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.
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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.
While serious vitamin deficiencies aren’t common, you may not be getting enough of these 5 vitamins. Our dietitian explains.
Lack of knowledge about the risks of vitamins and supplements can lead to potential and unforeseen problems.
More isn’t always better, especially when it comes to vitamins. Here are 5 you might be getting too much of.
In the U.S., 1 in 5 men and 1 in 4 women are estimated to have chronic kidney disease, and most people who have it don’t know it. Find out how you can protect your kidney function.
Not everything in life is simple. Like getting enough nutrients for health bones and joints. Our dietitian explains why it’s best to get them from whole foods, not supplements.