The Supplements Section
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SupplementsNutritional supplements are important for at least two simple reasons. The first is that many of us rely overly too much on fast foods and highly processed foods. And the second rationale for nutritional supplements is that evidence continues to mount that many of the nutrients and health promoting substances that we might take to achieve optimum health levels may not be obtained through normal diet alone.
Of course, any nutrient that is not acquired through normal eating habits may be classified as a supplement. And this includes vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, enzymes, as well as a host of other nutrients.
This section of Vitamin Stuff will attempt to answer many of the questions that are commonly asked about health supplements and the various ideas behind nutritional supplementation.
Blog Postings and Health, Nutrition Terms
Notes, Short Articles, and Medical Conditions
Supplements - Articles about Specific Conditions
Selected Supplements Blog Posts
Atkins Advantage Shakes
Sleepless but not really tired
Vitamin C Supplements for Type II Diabetics
Should you take vitamins or other supplements with food?
Some good advice regarding supplements
Boost Plus for Calories and Protein during Treatment or an Ilness
A drink for Erections?
Deaths caused by poor nutrition
Supplementing with Folic Acid
Why the issue of nutrient supplementation is fluid and complex
Supplementing with Vitamin D
Glucosamine and chondroitin osteoarthritis
DHEA Levels, Beer, and...erectile dysfunction, arthritis, etc.
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Information on Antioxidants
Alternative Medicine Information
Herbs and herbal medicine
Dieting and Weight Loss
Amino Acid Info
The Skin Care Page
Health and Fitness
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