How It Works
How It Works
Archive by tag:
NUTRIENTS A-Z: Vitamin E
Naturally occurring vitamin E includes eight fat-soluble isoforms, but the body prefers the form called alpha-tocopherol. Furthermore, alpha-tocopherol is the only form of supplementation that can reverse vitamin E deficiency symptoms.Alpha-tocopherol functions as an antioxidant, preventing the propagation of free radicals and is involved in strengthening the immune system. Other antioxidants, like vitamin C, increase its potency due to synergy where the sum of the total is more than...
NUTRIENTS A-Z: Calcium
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body and is vital for bone health. 99% of the body's calcium is in the bones and teeth.Females who have already experienced menopause can lose bon...
NUTRIENTS A-Z: Boron
Boron is a trace element that is naturally present in many foods and available as a dietary supplement. It is not classified as an essential nutrient due to insufficient research, however, it ma...
NUTRIENTS A-Z: Vitamin U
"Vitamin U" was the name given in 1952 to a substance found in cabbage juice by Dr. Garnett Cheney. Drinking about a quart of cabbage juice per day is an excellent remedy for peptic ulc...
NUTRIENTS A-Z: Vitamin Q - Coenzyme Q, Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) or Ubiquinone
WHAT IS VITAMIN Q?Vitamin Q is another name for coenzyme Q or ubiquinone, but it is most commonly called CoQ10. It is an organic molecule similar in structure to vitamins E a...
Page 1 of 12
Request an Appointment
Service You Would Like to Schedule
A Message for Janice
Back to top