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Is Taking a Multivitamin Worth the Risks? - Kasmir Monitor

Sat, 2017-09-23 08:17

Kasmir Monitor

Is Taking a Multivitamin Worth the Risks?
Kasmir Monitor
Standard multivitamins are an effective and recommended supplement for people who do not get enough nutrients through their diet. Keep in mind, making dietary changes is both more effective and tastier than supplementing to alleviate a nutrition ...

How to Identify a Nutrient Deficiency in Cannabis Plants - Civilized

Sat, 2017-09-23 06:23

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How to Identify a Nutrient Deficiency in Cannabis Plants
Civilized
Whether you're growing your first marijuana plant or you've been planting crops for years, it's important that you learn how to identify a nutrient deficiency in cannabis plants. Like most commercial crops, marijuana draws macro- and micro-nutrients ...

Best supplement: Study found 98 per cent of people are deficient in ... - Express.co.uk

Fri, 2017-09-22 00:02

Express.co.uk

Best supplement: Study found 98 per cent of people are deficient in ...
Express.co.uk
SUPPLEMENTS are often claimed to be unnecessary, but new research suggests omega-3 is one you probably do need.

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How to Identify Micro-Nutrient Deficiencies in Cannabis Plants - Civilized

Thu, 2017-09-21 12:45

Civilized

How to Identify Micro-Nutrient Deficiencies in Cannabis Plants
Civilized
It's important that you can identify when your cannabis plant is showing signs of a micro-nutrient deficiency if you want to support a healthy crop and have a successful harvest. Micro-nutrients are elements plants need in small, trace amounts, and ...

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Study: Intake of Vitamin C improved brain cognitive function - MINA

Wed, 2017-09-20 17:25

Study: Intake of Vitamin C improved brain cognitive function
MINA
Some experts have posited that those with dementia are elderly and often unable to make smart dietary choices or chew their food well, so nutrient deficiencies are to be expected. Another explanation for the deficiency in those with cognitive ...

Trying to get pregnant? 6 things you should (or shouldn't) be eating - Body and Soul

Wed, 2017-09-20 16:12

Body and Soul

Trying to get pregnant? 6 things you should (or shouldn't) be eating
Body and Soul
Long-term inflammation is associated with reduced fertility, as are nutrient deficiencies. Prebiotic-rich foods (e.g. many high-fibre foods such as lentils, cruciferous vegetables, certain fruits (e.g. apples and bananas)) promote the growth of health ...

Your Nutrition May Be at Risk Thanks to Climate Change - Big Think

Wed, 2017-09-20 15:18

Big Think

Your Nutrition May Be at Risk Thanks to Climate Change
Big Think
Strategies to maintain adequate diets need to focus on the most vulnerable countries and populations, and thought must be given to reducing vulnerability to nutrient deficiencies through supporting more diverse and nutritious diets, enriching the ...

5 Simple Ways to Instantly Improve Your Grow Room - Green Rush Daily

Wed, 2017-09-20 07:41

Green Rush Daily

5 Simple Ways to Instantly Improve Your Grow Room
Green Rush Daily
Typically, both a nutrient deficiency, or an oversaturation of nutrients can lead to the discoloration of leaves, or worse yet, the leaf death. Oftentimes, artificial or nutrient-based fertilizer can be overkill. Especially during the flowering stage ...

Is climate change making our food less nutritious? - New Atlas

Tue, 2017-09-19 23:49

New Atlas

Is climate change making our food less nutritious?
New Atlas
Focusing solely on the lowering of zinc levels in some food crops, Myers calculated that if CO2 levels hit 550 ppm by 2050 the subsequent nutritional effects would place 138 million people at a new risk of zinc deficiency. The numbers are even higher ...

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Nutrition: Hospitalization Increasing, Learning Decreasing - Scoop NZ - Scoop.co.nz

Tue, 2017-09-19 23:19

Nutrition: Hospitalization Increasing, Learning Decreasing - Scoop NZ
Scoop.co.nz
A recent New Zealand Herald article (September 19, 2017) by Kirsty Johnston has exemplified what educators in New Zealand have known for years.

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Personalized Nutrition: Making Measurement Count - Natural Products INSIDER

Tue, 2017-09-19 18:44

Natural Products INSIDER

Personalized Nutrition: Making Measurement Count
Natural Products INSIDER
Nutrient deficiencies are epidemic. Eighty to 90 percent of Americans suffer from low omega-3 docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Our goal is to expand our research, include nutrients, and their interrelationships, like ...

These 7 Foods Are Considered Aphrodisiacs, But Do They Work? - HuffPost

Tue, 2017-09-19 12:46

HuffPost

These 7 Foods Are Considered Aphrodisiacs, But Do They Work?
HuffPost
“There tend to be nutrients provided via these foods that improve the health of the sex organs as well,” said Kat Van Kirk, a sex therapist and the resident relationship and sex expert at AdamandEve.com. “The foods are said to increase sensations of ...

Vitamin B12: Understanding Deficiency and Supplementation - Care2.com

Tue, 2017-09-19 10:03

Care2.com

Vitamin B12: Understanding Deficiency and Supplementation
Care2.com
Vitamin B12 deficiency is a common condition that can lead to serious health issues like anemia and neurological problems. However, by consuming various ... It's an essential, water-soluble nutrient we must get from food. It's found in various animal ...

Take the mystery out of mineral supplementation - Farm Talk

Tue, 2017-09-19 08:49

Farm Talk

Take the mystery out of mineral supplementation
Farm Talk
The thought process was the cattle were deficient in a mineral. The same goes when producers see cattle licking at dirt. “That's where the 'nutritional wisdom of cattle' came from originally but it is by and large been shown through research to be a ...

How to stay healthy as we age - The Telegraph - Telegraph.co.uk

Tue, 2017-09-19 07:04

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How to stay healthy as we age - The Telegraph
Telegraph.co.uk
People's health challenges change as they get older, so arming themselves with knowledge may be the best way to stay healthy as we age.

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Does your pet need a nutrition supplement? Experts weigh in on pet ... - NOLA.com

Tue, 2017-09-19 06:02

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Does your pet need a nutrition supplement? Experts weigh in on pet ...
NOLA.com
You've added fish oil and turmeric to your supplement regime to combat inflammation – have you thought about sharing it with Fido for his aching joints?

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Number of New Zealand children hospitalised with malnutrition ... - New Zealand Herald

Mon, 2017-09-18 12:27

Number of New Zealand children hospitalised with malnutrition ...
New Zealand Herald
Malnutrition is putting twice as many kids in hospital now compared to ten years ago.

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The case for managing magnesium - Country Guide

Mon, 2017-09-18 10:42

Country Guide

The case for managing magnesium
Country Guide
To Jack Legg, branch manager and agronomist with SGS Agriculture and Food in Guelph, there are a number of reasons why magnesium (Mg) could be overlooked as the “forgotten nutrient.” For one, many soils in Ontario and across Eastern ... “The ...

How Your Nutritional Needs Change as You Age - BusinessGhana ... - BusinessGhana

Mon, 2017-09-18 00:17

BusinessGhana

How Your Nutritional Needs Change as You Age - BusinessGhana ...
BusinessGhana
That's because aging is linked to a variety of changes, including nutrient deficiencies, decreased quality of life and poor health outcomes. Luckily, there are ...
Are you a vegan? This is how to meet your requirements for calcium ...Health24

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Chewing cushions: Weird cravings Kenyan women have during pregnancy - The Standard

Sun, 2017-09-17 03:05

Chewing cushions: Weird cravings Kenyan women have during pregnancy
The Standard
Due to hormonal changes and nutrient deficiency, cravings during pregnancy is pretty normal among most women. However, some women report powerful desires for some very strange things, such as soil, soap, polystyrene, charcoal, chalk and even ...