They’re sugary, sweet, and taste like a treat, but are gummy vitamins actually healthy? And do they offer your body the same benefits as traditional vitamins. A primary care specialist weighs in on whether you should replace your pill-form vitamins with the gummy variety.
There’s a growing buzz on social media about the potential health benefits of chlorophyll drops. Does it really work? Get your answer from a dietitian at Cleveland Clinic.
There’s no question that vitamin deficiencies can cause eye problems. But will vitamins or supplements help eye health? A Cleveland Clinic expert says it depends on your condition.
Several strategies for reducing cholesterol are backed by strong science, but bergamot supplements aren’t one of them. Learn what cardiologists recommend instead.
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Whey protein is a popular ingredient in nutritional shakes and bars. Find out whether you should use this protein supplement and whether it’s worth the hype.
Most of us probably take a multivitamin every day. But is it really enough to make up for our other habits? Cleveland Clinic dietitian Anna Taylor weighs in.
Learn the benefits of turmeric and curcumin, its active ingredient. Plus, see seven tips for adding turmeric to your daily routine.
To feel good as you get older, it’s important to be knowledgeable about the risks that naturally rise with age. You also need to be willing to embrace preventive, healthy habits. Find tips specifically geared toward men.
Prenatal vitamins are specially formulated with safe doses of key nutrients that pregnant women need, including folic acid and calcium. Learn more about key nutrients for pregnant women.
So far, nothing has been proven to prevent or cure COVID-19, including any supplements or natural health products. But some, like zinc and vitamin C, are being tested.