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Excessive nutrient supplementation doesn’t make you healthier. In fact, it can actually cause new health problems.
Two out of three Americans aren’t getting the magnesium they need for foundational health. Are you one of them?
Everyone knows about vitamin C, but few understand the important role vitamin D plays in immune system regulation.
Not sure what to believe when it comes to nutrition advice? Here we address 6 common supplement myths.
Was your mother right when she told you to take a multivitamin? Her maternal instincts may have been correct and we’ll tell you why.
Vitamin D is important for overall health and a growing body of research is continually unveiling its significance.
Are you eating a vegetarian or plant-focused diet and want to know if you should be taking a multivitamin? We have the answer.
Did you know that Black and Hispanic women are more likely to be vitamin D deficient and experience associated pregnancy complications than White women?
Did you know that vitamin D levels during infancy can impact your child’s health for years to come? Is your baby getting enough vitamin D?
Nutrients like vitamin D, choline, and DHA can often be lacking or nonexistent in many prenatal vitamins.
Research findings suggest that most pregnant women should increase their vitamin D intake to more than what’s included in a standard prenatal vitamins.