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All about vitamin D

Low blood levels of vitamin D are associated with higher risks of everything from heart disease, diabetes, and cancer to mood disorders and even dementia.

What is diabetes?

Diabetes arises either when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces.

Five myths about nutrition

Nutrition is no doubt, one of the topics where you can quickly get confused. the biggest influence is the food industry that tricks us into buying more products, or believing that healthy food is bad for us or tricking the food labels to confuse us and earn more money.

All about Magnesium

Magnesium is considered the “anti-stress mineral” It is also a natural tranquilliser. More than 300 chemical reactions inside your body depend on it, from regulating muscle and nerve function to making protein, bone, and DNA. Your body can store magnesium, and our skeleton is the largest reservoir we have, but your body doesn’t make magnesium on its own. Ideally, we will get enough from our diet, but since most of our food grow in magnesium-deficient soil resulting in weak plant growth, Magnesium deficiency is common.

All about Zinc

Zinc is a fantastic mineral involved in almost every process if not all, the process in your body, from hormonal production and immune system to DNA synthesis and cell division. Because your body doesn’t have a way to make or store zinc, you need to get enough in your diet each day.

What are anti-nutrients?

Antinutrients are natural, or synthetic compounds found in foods that interfere with our ability to absorb or to use essential nutrients.