The Vitamin Section
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VitaminsVitamins are micronutrients that are essential to life and healthy living. And, as everyone is aware, failing to get the necessary amounts of specific vitamins can cause deficiency states that are unhealthy and even dangerous.
However, vitamins can play a much larger dietary role in our ongoing quest for health than the FDA's Reference Daily Intakes (formerly known as recommended daily allowances, or RDA's) might suggest.
As many scientific studies now indicate, vitamins, when taken in amounts greater than the RDIs, may reduce the occurrence of certain illnesses and degenerative disorders, improve the functioning of the immune system, and, perhaps, even allow us to live longer and healthier lives.
This section of Vitamin Stuff will attempt to answer many of the questions that are commonly asked about vitamin supplementation. For information on specific vitamins, please refer to the menu column.
Notes, Short Articles, and Medical Conditions
Selected Vitamins Blog Posts
Regenerating bones and Vertebrae
Vitamin C Supplements for Type II Diabetics
Should you take vitamins or other supplements with food?
Researchers report that Vitamin C may offer protection against stomach cancer
Vitamin D Supplementation
Dietary vitamin E can boost physical health for the elderly
Eat Grapefruit for Healthy Gums
High Fat Diets and Vitamin C Create Carcinogens
Pregnant Mothers Need Vitamin E to Reduce Asthma in Children
Vitamins - Articles
Vitamin Stuff Homepage
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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