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  • Health Benefits of Pantothenic Acid
    Find out what role pantothenic acid plays in metabolism and determine how much you need each day to receive the nutritional benefit of this B vitamin.
  • Side Effects and Dangers of Taking Too Many Vitamin Supplements
    While vitamins are essential, there are side effects of too many vitamins. It is important to be able to recognize how and when a person is taking excessive amounts of vitamins as well as what to do about it.
  • Foods With High Phosphorus Levels
    Although most foods contain a certain amount of phosphorus, whole grains, dairy products, poultry products, and fish are very rich in phosphorus content. Read on to find out more about foods high in phosphorus.
  • Improving Kidney Health With Vitamin and Mineral Supplements
    A human kidney processes about 200 quarts of blood and removes 2 quarts of waste products and extra water from the body every day. No wonder that its breakdown can cause a multitude of health problems. Let's have a look at the role played by some vitamins and minerals for kidney health.
  • Facts About Vitamins and Minerals for Good Health
    Learn the facts about vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, E, and K.
  • Low-Potassium Foods List
    Potassium is an essential mineral for the proper function of body cells, tissues, and organs. The major source of potassium for the human body is from dietary sources. Read on to find out about the foods that are low in potassium.
  • Best Vitamins and Minerals for People With Anemia
    There are certain vitamins and minerals that are beneficial for those with anemia. Here we will talk about what these vitamins are and why they are helpful.
  • Vitamins and Minerals Found in Fruits
    Fruits are packed with valuable nutrients, such as vitamin C and potassium. Which vitamins and minerals are found in high amounts in fruit?
  • What is the RDA for Vitamins and Minerals?
    How much of the major vitamins and minerals does the body require to thrive? Find out about the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for both children and adults.
  • Why Do Humans Need Vitamin B12?
    An important nutrient for cell growth and repair, particularly of nerve cells, plenty of vitamin B12 is necessary for well-being. Learn about the role of this B vitamin in the body.
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