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Prenatal iron deficiency a risk for autism?

Friday Oct 3, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A new study suggests that pregnant women need to take prenatal multivitamin with iron to reduce the risk of

Caffeine supplements boost peak anaerobic power output

M. Glaister at St Mary's University in Twickenham , UK and colleagues conducted a study and confirmed that caffeine supplementation can increase peak anaerobic power ...
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Vitamin D may help insulin resistance

If you have not developed full blown diabetes mellitus type 2, but suffer insulin resistance, then vitamin D supplementation may help you.  A new Chinese ...
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Zinc supplements not good for those using steroid therapy

Tuesday Sep 30, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- It is not a good idea to take zinc supplements during prolonged steroid therapy as a new study suggests ...
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Glutamine supplements help weight loss

Tuesday Sep 30, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Glutamine supplementation is known to improve insulin sensitivity in critically ill patients, and to prevent obesity in animals fed ...
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Omega 3 fatty acids may help patients with ear, nose and throat cancer

M.D. Roca-Rodrigguez at University of Malaga in Málaga, Spain and colleagues conducted a study and found evidence suggesting that taking omega 3 fatty acid supplements ...
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Probiotics supplements prevent necrotizing enterocolitis

Monday Sep 29, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- K. Alfaleh and J. Anabrees at King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia conducted a meta-analysis and found that ...
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Korean mistletoe helps menopausal symptoms

Scientists at Hoseo University in Asan, South Korea and other organizations conducted a study and found evidence suggesting that supplementation with Korean mistletoe can relieve ...
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High fat diet can harm the liver

A new study from Spain again confirms that a high fat diet can be harmful and it found high fat diet could cause nonalcoholic fatty ...
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Selenium reduces Aflatoxin B1 induced hepatotoxicity

Sunday Sep 28, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Taking selenium supplements may help reduce the hepatotoxicity induced by aflatoxin B1, which can cause liver cancer, according to ...
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