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As an Athlete, Should You Take A Multi-Vitamin?

Today I’m posting my 50th blog post!!! I feel like I should be writing about something a bit more exciting than vitamins, but unfortunately, my life just isn’t that exciting right now. 990 more words

Six Weeks Since Last Poisoning :)

And I’m feeling pretty good. I honestly don’t think I could have brought myself to another chemo session. Really.

I’m on the Herceptin only now, every three weeks and that’s not bad at all. 896 more words


White or Wheat? The Answer May Surprise You.

- Does White Bread or Whole Wheat Bread have more Folic Acid (a.k.a vitamin B9)?

- Which has more Riboflavin (aka vitamin B2)?

- Niacin… 245 more words


Dr. Carolyn Dean Radio Archive 11-19-12

Presentation: Health challenges such as high blood pressure, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Stroke, and Loss of Kidney Function. Testimonial regarding IBS improvements [13:33]. Detailed information about ReAline. 73 more words


Doctors say goodbye to vitamin B3

B vitamins are essential to healthy cellular function and disease prevention, but new research has doctors saying goodbye to the once-popular vitamin B3, otherwise known as niacin. 559 more words


My Daily Three

About mid way through my nutrition degree I started taking everything and anything in the way of supplements. Being immersed in a clinic environment day after day it seemed there was a pill for everything, and with my OCD nature I wanted it all. 896 more words