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Overview of Vitamins found in Herbs

Phytomedicine is the practice of using proven, traditional methods of herb-based medicines. Before I continue writing articles on herbs I thought it was important to create a post that I can reference to when discussing herbs and their nutritive properties… I do plan on continuing to expand on this, anyways… here you go. 2,280 more words

Beta Carotene

#Niacin: a #phosphate #lowering agent

Published in the Clin J Am Soc Nephrol:

The Effect of Extended Release Niacin on Markers of Mineral Metabolism in CKD

Authors’conclusions: “The use of niacin over 3 years lowered serum phosphorous concentrations but did not affect other markers of mineral metabolism in participants with CKD

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Chronic Kidney Disease-Mineral-Bone Disorder (CKD-MBD)

New super-vitamin, or just catchy headlines?

“Before you jump on a nutrition bandwagon, and start taking supplements or radically change your diet, dig deeper. Be wary. Find reliable sources. Read the actual study.”

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Niacin and Depression

It’s my third day.

I feel tingly at 500mg.

My mood and skin are improving.

I have never been diagnosed. I still knew how sad i get isn’t normal. 14 more words


The Niacin Effect

Niacin also called vitamin B3 a vitamin from Vitamin B complex group though required in a small amount has a great potential effect in modifying lipids in our body.   146 more words

B3 (niacin)

Energy production

Brain metabolism

Mucous membranes including skin

Lowering cholesterol

Supports digestive function

Food Sources:

Whole wheat, mushrooms, tuna, chicken, salmon, mackerel, turkey, courgettes, squash, lamb, cereal, peanuts, lentils, lima beans


Say hallo to great-grandmother spelt

Spelt is an ancient grain, an evolutionary hybrid of emmer wheat and goat grass, that is strongly related to wheat that has become popular, and it is heartier and more nutritious than modern wheat. 449 more words

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