Usage of multivitamins either through prescription or on own accord possibly crossed a limit in the past few years. New research published in Journal of American College of Cardiology reveals that health supplements can increase the risk of heart issues.
Previous research claimed that consumption of vitamin D rich foods can reduce the risk factors of colorectal cancer. There was no proper evidence available to link vitamin D levels and colorectal cancer. Now, new research led by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, adds convincing evidence to authenticate the link.
It was concluded that Vitamin C modulated the physiology and metabolism of the TB pathogen by inducing dormancy, slowing down its growth and subjected it to multiple stress factors in order to boost the efficacy of TB drugs.
Vitamins are trace organic substances that humans and animals must obtain from food to maintain normal physiological functions. They play an important role in human growth, metabolism, and development.
New research, conducted by scientists at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD, finds that low vitamin D raises the risk of organ damage and renal disease in people with lupus – an autoimmune disease.
A lot concerning our health comes down to what we eat. There are many nutritious foods available which should specifically be consumed if you suffer from a health condition. Hepatitis is no different. There is one food source which can prevent liver diseases to a greater extent. In recent times, kale has gained a reputation for being a considered super food, especially for people with any type of liver disease including hepatitis.
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