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Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Kevin Stith 
 
 Article Title :: Vitamin E
 
The human body is one of the wonderful mechanisms of the nature. The body is built by genes through cell generation, nourished by nature through natural food and air and is finally destroyed by the gradual damage of the cells. The process by which we age and by which most of the diseases happen is through the damage to the cells.The cell damage is caused by free radicals present in the body. Free radicals are “atoms or groups of atoms with an odd, unpaired number of electrons”. For example, sodium that is present in salt as sodium chloride has the chemical structure, Na. When it loses an electron, it becomes positively charged and is chemically represented as Na +. Similarly, t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Kevin Stith 
 
 Article Title :: Vitamin E Overdose
 
The human body is resilient and at the same time, so fine-tuned that it adapts itself to different conditions by adjusting to the changes brought by the onslaught of unknown chemicals and other foreign bodies. It reacts to the same substance differently according to the quantity. In medical terms, dose is defined as the amount of a prescribed drug taken under the supervision of a medical practitioner for certain conditions in the body.Overdose of a drug happens when it is taken exceeding a threshold, setting negative reactions in the body. This situation is corrected only when the drug intake is stopped or by taking alternate medicines under the consultation of medical practitioner to sub  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Kevin Stith 
 
 Article Title :: Vitamin E Side Effects
 
The medical dictionary defines a side effect as a peripheral or secondary effect, especially an undesirable side effect of a drug or therapy. Vitamin E, taken from food sources alone, doesn’t have any documented evidence of any side effects. But vitamin E as a supplement has potential side effects when it interacts with other medications or any other conditions.Some of the common side effects that may occur due to vitamin E intake are allergic experiences like breathing difficulty, closing of the throat, and swelling of the lips, tongue or face. Some of the less serious side effects are fatigue, weakness, headache, nausea, blurred vision and diarrhea. Usually these side effects s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: David Maillie 
 
 Article Title :: Green Tea and Its Many Health Benefits
 
The Asian community has used different teas and herbal remedies since before the Great wall of China (over 3000 years ago) and green tea has stood out as one of its hallmark and most helpful constituents. Green tea has been used to treat everything from heart attacks, stroke to infections like sepsis (blood infection) and numerous other conditions and maladies. Many studies have been undertaken to research and extract the helpful and beneficial compounds in Green tea that exhibit these medicinal qualities. Recent scientific studies listed in Chemical & Engineering News (produced by the American Chemical Society) show numerous benefits from the different compounds contained in green tea  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Kevin Stith 
 
 Article Title :: Ginseng
 
The term "ginseng" is derived from the Chinese term "jen-shen," which means "in the image of a man." Ginseng refers to several species of Panax of which Panax quinquefolius L., American ginseng, and Panax ginseng C.A. Mey. Panax is derived from the Greek word meaning "panacea" or "all-healing". The species ginseng is said to mean, "wonder of the world"; both terms refer to the medicinal virtues of the plant.There are three main species of ginseng, Oriental, Siberian and American. Oriental ginseng has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Native Americans have likewise used American ginseng for all of their recorded history.While all three forms s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Kevin Stith 
 
 Article Title :: Ginseng Side Effects
 
The use of herbs is a time-honored approach to strengthening the body and treating disease. However, herbs contain active substances that can trigger side effects and interact with other herbs, supplements or medications. For these reasons, herbs should be taken with care, under the supervision of a practitioner knowledgeable in the field of botanical medicine.Possible side effects of Ginseng have a reasonably good safety record. The most common side effects are nervousness and excitability that usually decrease after the first few days. The ability to concentrate may be decreased, and blood sugar may decrease to abnormally low levels. Because ginseng has an estrogen-like effect, w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Rebecca Prescott 
 
 Article Title :: Dietary Fiber - A Bowl Of Cereal May Not Be Enough
 
Most people understand the importance of dietary fiber in their diet. Much has been said about its importance in heart health, diabetes, cancer prevention, and even weight control.What is less well understood is how different types of fiber effect the body. Some provide fecal bulk, some are absorbed more quickly into the blood stream than others, and thus raise blood sugar levels more quickly, and yet others provide benefits to the heart.Thus, despite the apparent simplicity, fiber is a complex topic. And whilst all types of fiber are important, if you are looking at preventing or managing specific conditions, its not enough to just look at the total dietary fiber as written  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Rebecca Prescott 
 
 Article Title :: Beauty Supplements - Prevent Wrinkles, Not Just the Appearance Of Them
 
Choosing antioxidants to supplement your regular skin routine is an approach that has been validated scientifically. A study by French scientists found that woman taking vitamin C, vitamin E, and betacarotene had 23% fewer new wrinkles, and a reduction in existing wrinkles of 8%. Antioxidants stop the breakdown of collagen and elastin by free radicals.Foods with the highest levels of antioxidants, as measured by the ORAC (oxygen radical absorbence capacity), listed from the highest: prunes, raisins, blueberries, kale, cranberries, spinach, raspberries, brussel sprouts, plums and broccoli.Vitamin A is another important nutrient for the skin. A deficiency in vitamin A will red  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Kevin Stith 
 
 Article Title :: Siberian Ginseng
 
There are three main species of ginseng, Oriental, Siberian and American. While all three forms share many common elements, there are differences among them. Siberian ginseng is not truly ginseng at all.Siberian ginseng, eleutherococcus senticocus is a distant cousin to the panax ginseng of the Orient. While Siberian ginseng shares many of the same properties of Oriental species, it is easier to cultivate and generally sells for much less.Eleuthero, formerly Siberian Ginseng, (Glandular) is a member of the ginseng family, though it is of a different genus than other popular ginsengs such as the Panax variety. Herbalists call it an adaptogen. Its name comes from the Chinese j  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Supplements Articles Author :: Tony Newton 
 
 Article Title :: Ginkgo Biloba Extract
 
Ginkgo biloba extract is derived from ginkgo biloba tree. For thousands of years, ginkgo bilobo extracts from leaves of the ginkgo biloba tree were used by the Chinese as herbal medicine to treat various medical disorders. Asian countries also make use of ginkgo biloba extracts to treat symptoms ranging from dizziness, short or long term memory loss, inflammation and impaired circulation to the brain.Ginkgo biloba extracts are widely used in Europe particularly in Germany and France. Germany, as a matter of fact, recently approved ginkgo biloba extracts to treat Alzheimer’s disease. A require 240 mg of ginkgo bilobo extracts per day is necessary for treatment. The rest of Europ  (read full article)
 
 
 
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