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Articles about Vitamins

I regularly do research on vitamins and minerals to see what the benefits are and consider how they may fit in to my nutritional program.

I also try to find as many antifungals as I can. I am often surprised by what turns out to be antifungal.

Potassium Iodide for example is antifungal.

I was doing some research on magnesium and potassium and ran into the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines.

I just added an article on the List of Essential Medicines.

While the foucs is more on medicines that are pharmaceutical in nature, it also has vitamins and minerals. It is a very thorough list and is available for download as a pdf.

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I was doing research on ZINC, which I have been taking for quite a few years now as part of my health regimen, and was distrurbed by some of the results showing on Google.

Zinc is amazing and helps a lot of people keep healthy!

Among the articles listed included ridiculous ones including Webmd’s shitty titled article “Too Much Zinc Linked to Prostate Cancer – WebMD”

This is just one of the reasons you need to be careful with Google results because a lot of the junk at the top after recent algo changes features mainstream sites like Mayo and WebMD which in my opinion publish a lot of garbage.

Don’t believe me? Read this article on ZINC to get the real lowdown.

I’ve included an excerpt where they cite how many mainstream news sources ONLY pickup the NEGATIVE studies on vitamins.

“Mainstream media, which is supported by Big Pharma advertising dollars, will often take nutrient-related “negative” studies and trumpet them in their headlines, while ignoring important information about how commonly used drugs are injuring and killing hundreds of thousands of individuals every year. There is extreme media bias as well as health care professional bias against dietary supplements that is part of a distorted reality which interferes with individuals improving their health or staying healthy.”

Source: http://www.wellnessresources.com/health/articles/prostate_cancer_and_zinc_can_zinc_be_overdone/

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