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In writing an article on brain nutrients, the choices of potential nutraceuticals for inclusion are almost endless. A
The term “glyconutrient” was first used in the 1990s to refer to eight plant monosac-charides (i.e. sugars) obtained
As a dietary supplement, red yeast rice has an impressive, but troubled history. Impressive, because it made a big splash in
Magnesium is an essential mineral with multiple functions in the human body. This includes a structural role in bone, cell
If you work within the natural products industry, you have certainly heard or read about acid/alkaline balance in relation
Perhaps you’ve read or heard that stearic acid and magnesium stearate are undesirable substances to be included in dietary
The scientists who have guided the world of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) science recently met at the 7th International Coenzyme Q10
Arguably more human research on vitamin D has been conducted in the last five years than any other nutrient. According to a
L-arginine is an amino acid necessary for protein synthesis. It is found naturally in foods such as red meat, poultry, fish
In this article, we will examine the effects of the trace mineral selenium in the human body. Specifically, we’ll take a
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