B-Complex Vitamins : Myth or Science - 2

 

There are many myths/rumors regarding vitamin Bs. Which one is true? 

1. Could vitamin Bs boost of energy? 2. If I feel fatigue in the morning, should I take vitamin B-Complex? 3. Taking vitamin Bs at night would cause insomnia? 4. The higher the dose of vitamin B-Complex, the better? 5. Not having yellow urine means the vitamin Bs are complete absorbed?

 

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B-Complex Vitamins : Myth or Science - 1

 

Modern people live on a tight schedule, with irregular eating habits and life styles, an over-tired condition has become the norm for many. There's already been a lot of media hype about the B Vitamins, and B-Complex Vitamins seem to be considered as the top choice for refreshing and recharging energy...

 

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Folate Benefits for Pregnancy ~ What You Should Know Beforehand

 

Folate is a crucial nutrient for all of us: women, pregnant or not, and men as well. However, unless you’re a health-care professional, a nutritionist or a scientist, you might think folate is just a nutrient that pregnant women need. Indeed, adequate folate intake is important for expectant mothers. Supplement 400-800 mcg of folate...

 

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5 Ways to Manage Holiday Stress

 

Many people look forward to the holidays of Chinese New Year. While this time of year is meant to bring feelings of love and celebration, it’s also the harbinger of holiday stress for many. In fact, according to some polls, more than 80% of people find the holiday season to be ‘somewhat’ or ‘very’ stressful...

 

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Natural, Active Form of Vitamin B12 – Methylcobalamin

 

Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is an important water-soluble B vitamin involved in red blood cell production, and neurological health. A deficiency in this key vitamin can cause serious symptoms. Therefore, many people turn to vitamin B12 supplements to help meet their needs and prevent a deficiency.

 

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The Smart and Safe Use of Dietary Supplements

 

Modern people generally eat outside, in addition to the risk of high-oil, high-salt and high-sugar diets, well-balanced nutrients is not easy to reach. Meanwhile, due to work stress, chronic fatigue, pain and listlessness are all common symptoms; people use to depend on dietary supplements to meet the needs of the body. 

 

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How Does REAL PROMISE’s Supplement Get Its Form And Size?

 

The major of adults in Taiwan take one or more dietary supplements either every day or occasionally. Today’s dietary supplements include vitamins, minerals, fish oil, probiotics, glucosamine and many other products. Take a deep look at your daily supplements, you would find out they come in different forms and sizes. 

 

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Nutrition for Women at Every Age

 

At every stage of women's lives, well-balanced nutrition and regular exercise are the cornerstones of good health and optimal energy. But certain vitamins and minerals become especially important at particular times of life. From youth to the childbearing years and into senior years, each life stage may require different nutrients to help women’s body get what it needs for optimal wellness.

 

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Ten Calcium Myths and Facts

 

People are no stranger to calcium deficiency because the internet has made it easy for anyone to get any kind of information on the topic. However, there are many plausible rumors, misunderstandings and myths about calcium supplement. This article combines all kinds of arguments and clarifies all incorrect rumors. We hope everyone can learn the proper information and knowledge.

 

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Nutritional Needs of Infants and Toddlers

 

In most cases, breast milk or formula can provide the nutrients your baby needs in the first four to six months. After 4 to 6 months of age, as the baby's diet gradually changes from a full-liquid diet to a diet with more and more solid foods, he may or may not need additional nutritional supplements. It will depend on how balanced the baby’s diet of six categories (grains, roots, rhizomes, meat, fish, egg ...

 

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What to Eat While Breastfeeding? 

 

Although formulas have been around for decades, the value of breast milk for babies is still irreplaceable. There are thousands of nutrients in the mother's milk, many of which are beneficial to the development of the brain and nervous system, and are most effectively absorbed by the baby. Also, compared to formula, breast milk is relatively safe and non-polluting. After nine years of research on the growth ...

 

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What Are The Advantages of Capsules?

 

Capsules generally refer to capsules made from special film-forming materials (such as gelatin, cellulose, polysaccharides, and pure natural plant starch, etc.), which is used to enclose ingredients in a relatively stable shell, allowing them to be taken orally. The two main types of capsules are hard-shelled capsules and soft-shelled capsules.

 

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Fish Oil 101 – How to Pick Your Fish Oil Supplement?

 

Fish oil products have made them among the most popular dietary supplements on the market in Taiwan. How to choose right fish oil supplements is likely to be the choice customers often face. The most important indicator of fish oil is freshness, which is also a key factor affecting the flavor of fish oil. All oils are susceptible to oxidation, but fish oil is highly susceptible due to ...

 

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Vitamin D May be The Most Important Nutrient You Overlooked

 

The innumerable effects of vitamin D on the human body have been confirmed by many studies over the past decades. However, the importance and demand of this important vitamin for the human body is still commonly misunderstood.

 

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Why Vitamin D Supplementation Matters for Babies?

 

1. WHY VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION MATTERS FOR BABIES? Newborns are rarely taken out to a sunbath, and his/her vitamin D supplementation can only be obtained from breast milk or formula. If the mother has higher vitamin D levels, her breastfed baby would receive higher vitamin D levels through the breast milk.

 

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Is It Safe to Take "EPA" in Pregnancy? 

 

Moms-to-be need to supplement DHA, which is well known. The AMERICAN PREGNANCY ASSOCIATION recommended that pregnant women should have a daily DHA intake of no less than 300 mg to meet their baby’s development needs. However, nowadays, due to too many sources of pollution, the accumulation of heavy metals, environmental toxins, animal drugs in fish has multiplied.

 

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