- May 1st, 2013
Research from Boston University School of Medicine shows that improving vitamin D status by increasing its level in the blood could have a number of non-skeletal health benefits. Improvement in the vitamin D status of healthy adults significantly impacts genes associated with cancer, cardiovascular disease, infectious diseases, and autoimmune diseases.
- March 1st, 2013
New research shows that progressively higher levels of daytime sleepiness were inversely correlated with progressively lower levels of vitamin D, especially in African-Americans. The research team said the findings are the first to demonstrate a significant relationship between sleepiness and vitamin D.
- November 1st, 2012
Dietary supplements of vitamin D3 may boost visual function in lab mice suggests a new study from the UK with potential implications for the eye health market.
- May 1st, 2012
Treatment with vitamin D reduced the size of uterine fibroids in laboratory rats predisposed to developing the benign tumors, reported researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health.
- April 1st, 2012
Vitamin D has received a lot of attention lately regarding its uses in treating and preventing ailments such as high blood pressure, adrenal insufficiencies, autoimmune disorders, depression, heart disease, and hypertension, to name a few.
- March 1st, 2012
The winter blues affects millions of people throughout the United States and Canada each year. This period of mental and physical malaise, often diagnosed as seasonal affective disorder, drives many people to search for ways to overcome the condition.Chase away your blues with vitamin D.by Jean-Jacques Dugoua, ND, HSBc, PhD and Garrett Green
- February 1st, 2012
The winter blues affects millions of people throughout the United States and Canada each year. This period of mental and physical malaise, often diagnosed as seasonal affective disorder, drives many people to search for ways to overcome the condition.Chase away your blues with vitamin D.
- February 1st, 2012
In the midst of the cold winter months, a burst of sunshine is a welcome sight. When most days are gray, it’s hard to remember that the sun is still there in the sky—it hardly pierces through the gray curtain of clouds that seems to seal in cold air. The apparent absence of sunlight can drive even the most chipper of people into a mental funk.Tips for staying happy and healthy during the winter months.
- January 1st, 2012
As the temperature drops, the common cold spreads like wildfire around schools, offices, and homes across the country.
- March 1st, 2011
It is never too early to be concerned about the health of your bones. As a natural function of aging, we undergo a life-long progression of bone-tissue loss. For some, however, this loss progresses faster than others.Natural techniques help your bones be all they can be.By Craig Gustafson