Vitamins, Minerals, and Supplements



 
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Nuts and seeds help keep disease away

Did you know you should go nuts over nuts and their little partners, seeds? Although they are often overlooked as important health foods, nuts and seeds are mighty war... Read More

Nutritional treatment for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

Sufferers of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can find relief by following natural guidelines. I have found that with a change to a healthful, fiber-rich, Nutritarian di... Read More

What is Oxidative Stress?

Oxidative stress is a term frequently used in articles concerning health and nutrition, but is not generally understood. Note the following terms are commonly used alo... Read More

Do you have a supplement formulated specifically to enhance protection against cancer?

Dietary supplements by definition do not treat, prevent, or cure a disease and cannot claim to on labels or in advertising. However, plant extracts are continually bei... Read More

Preventing Osteoporosis

About 60 percent of women and 40 percent of men over 50 have low bone mass, and those numbers increase with age. The National Osteoporosis Foundation estimates that 50... Read More

Proper nutrition and supplementation essential for treating ADHD

Proper nutrition and supplementation essential for treating ADHD Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) need more than just medication to all... Read More

High-dose calcium supplements may damage the cardiovascular system

Women need to be cautious and knowledgeable regarding high-dose calcium supplements as the safety and efficacy of calcium supplements in preventing bone loss is now su... Read More

Iron recommendations for pregnant women

During pregnancy a woman’s iron needs increase, and it is estimated that 18 percent of pregnant women are iron deficient. But how much iron to supplement is not ... Read More

What is vitamin K? Do I need both K1 and K2?

Vitamin K may not be as popular and well known as other vitamins and if known at all, it’s for the important role it plays in blood clotting. However, vitamin K ... Read More

Vitamin D is Critical to Overall Health

It is estimated that over 50 million adults in the United States either have, or are at risk of developing, osteoporosis.1 Vitamin D, the right stuff ... Read More

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Audio & Video


Blood Tests for nutritarians with Dr. Benson

Blood test may provide some information about what vitamin or mineral deficiencies one might have. Learn what are the recommended blood tests for nutritarians. ... Read More

Sharing Your Successes - A Member-focused Conference"

Members, from beginners to advanced, share their stories with Dr. Fuhrman. Listen as men and women talk about their journey to better health through the nutritional pr... Read More

The Udder Confusion about Milks

Dr. Fuhrman discusses milk, making it clear that it is not the fat content in milk that is of the most concern, but it is the concentrated protein in milk that leads t... Read More

The Most Interesting Nutritional Research of 2008

An overview of some important nutritional research of 2008. Discussed are studies involving vitamin D; the benefits of nuts and seeds in weight loss, heart health, and... Read More

Omega-3 & other Essential Fatty Acids

Discussing fats found in meats, fish, cheese, nuts and seeds. Cutting through the healthy and non-healthy fats. ... Read More

Fundamental Principles of the Nutritarian Diet

The Nutritarian diet is designed for excellent health and is based on modern advances in nutritional science, which are enabling us to make great health achievements. ... Read More

A Nutritional Approach to ADHD

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common neurobehavioral disorder diagnosed in children today—and the rate of diagnosis continues to ri... Read More

Got Calcium?

You may have calcium, but do you have the right amounts? In this educational webinar, Dr. Ferreri explains what calcium is and why we need it. She also gives an in-dep... Read More

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