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Worldwide Studies Find B-Vitamins Significantly Reduce Symptoms of Mental Health Disorders

We cannot escape the reality that in developed nations, people are often overfed but undernourished — with damaging results.

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‘The Matrix’ – why we need to take combined, not isolated, nutrients
Vitamin bashing is a popular sport among those who have not studied, witnessed or experienced the benefits of taking vitamins and associated cofactors at levels over and above those found in an average diet. The words in the preceding sentence were of course carefully chosen; the ‘vitamins’ to which we refer may be naturally-occurring in foods, or they may be synthetic but associated with cofactors and other bioactive compounds and enzymes in plant foods.

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Vitamin B Deficiency: Why Vitamin Pills Are Not Enough

Many years ago, when I was writing my thesis, I realised that there is a major flaw in the entire concept of taking vitamins to improve one's health. I called it the missing link in vitamin therapy. The essential idea is that real foods contain a host of nutrients that vitamin pills do not. And we need these other nutrients — often more than the vitamin itself — for healing, prevention and cellular function. In real food, vitamins exist within a complex of interwoven, interactive and interdependent nutrients. Vitamins and multivitamins, on the other hand, do not contain this complex structure and therefore do not act as natural nutrition inside the body.

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The Importance of Beta Carotene

First and foremost beta carotenes are one of the many brightly compounds called carotenoids that make foods red, yellow, and orange. Also, those red or orange coloured hydrocarbons found in carrots and other vegetables change into vitamin A in the body, which helps regulate the growth of cells and control immune system reactions.

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Vitamin C and Beta-Carotene Might Protect Against Dementia

Forgetfulness, lack of orientation, cognitive decline ... these are among the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Now researchers from the University of Ulm, among them the Epidemiologist Professor Gabriele Nagel and the Neurologist Professor Christine von Arnim, have discovered that the serum-concentration of the antioxidants vitamin C and beta-carotene are significantly lower in patients with mild dementia than in control persons. It might thus be possible to influence the pathogenesis of AD by a person's diet or dietary antioxidants.

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Vitamin C, Shingles and Vaccination

The pharmaceutical industry, and many doctors, appear to be making great efforts to get as many people as possible vaccinated against shingles. Even if such an intervention was highly effective in preventing shingles, which certainly has not been shown to be the case, the information below should make it clear that such vaccinations are unnecessary. The side effects that would be suffered by a significant number of individuals need never occur in the first place. The real problem is that what is discussed below generates relatively little income for anybody in the healthcare industry. Regardless, you need to decide for yourself.

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