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Enzymes are catalysts, meaning they have the power to cause an internal action without themselves being changed or destroyed in the process. Enzymes are necessary for the digestion of food, releasing valuable vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that keep us alive and h...

In the human diet, vitamin B12 is supplied primarily by animal products, since plant foods (with minor exceptions) don't contain it. It can be stored in the body up to three years before being depleted.  A diet low in B1 and high in folic acid (such as a vegetarian die...

The oil from the leaves of the Tea Tree , an Australian tree, has been used for years as a topical antiseptic for cuts and burns. It also has antifungal properties and may be helpful in the prevention and treatment of Candida, athlete's foot, and nail infections.  Addi...

Above average amounts of vitamin B1can alleviated depression and anxiety attacks. Vitamin B6 aids in the proper production of natural antidepressants such as dopamine and norepinephrine.  Pantothenic acid is another tension reliever. Vitamin B12 helps relieve irritabil...

Americans consumption of sugar approaches 200 pounds per person, annually, and often we are not aware of it. Average sugar consumption in 1700 was 4 pounds per person.  Average sugar consumption in 2008 was 180 pounds per person annually. All carbohydrates sweeteners q...

Quite simply, vitamins are organic substances necessary for life and they are essential to the normal functioning of our bodies. Most vitamins cannot be synthesized or manufactured internally, but are ascertained in minute quantities from all natural foods or dietary s...

Colitis as a rule is more common in women than men and often triggered by emotional upset. Symptoms or distressing hallmarks of colitis are severe abdominal pain, and alternating diarrhea and constipation.  A person's diet is of prime importance and should include cert...

Free radicals are the by-product of the body burning fuel for energy daily. Like smoke being the by-product of coal being burned as fuel. They are a necessary but unwanted by-product.  Uncontrolled oxidations( free radicals)  that damage the cells and weaken the immune...

March 21, 2017