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  • When the first maritime explorers set sail from the ports of their homelands, perhaps they were not expecting a “walk in the park” journey. The sea storms, burning sun, humidity, the weeks and months

    Vitamin C-The fountain of youth and health

    Vitamin C-The fountain of youth and health
    Published : 06/25/2019 11:00:39 | Categories : Blog

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  • Several fruit, vegetables and grains studies have indicated that dietary value has declined over time, although the reasons for this may not be as easy as soil degradation. There is substantial proof

    What are the foods that are high in Vitamin C

    What are the foods that are high in Vitamin C
    Published : 06/17/2019 04:38:57 | Categories : Blog

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  • Vitamin C can be produced by most of the plants and even animals. However, many fruit and vegetable eating animals lost their ability to create vitamin C by the liver, including humans.

    What are the best sources of Vitamin C

    What are the best sources of Vitamin C
    Published : 06/06/2019 14:23:35 | Categories : Blog

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  • Vitamin C is also known as L-ascorbic acid. It is naturally present in many plants. Vitamins are complex substances that act as co-factors in many chemical processes. Though they do not provide [...]

    What are the main benefits of Vitamin C?

    What are the main benefits of Vitamin C?
    Published : 05/24/2019 10:57:56 | Categories : Blog

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  • Auteur : Arnaud Lemelle - Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Nanobiotechnology/chemistry/biology | Cranfield University What is liposomal vitamin C? Natural vitamin C, also known as ascorbic [...]

     What is liposomal vitamin C?

    What is liposomal vitamin C?
    Published : 04/15/2019 13:54:13 | Categories : Blog

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  • Ascorbic acid, also known as natural vitamin C, il the most famous and most consumed of all vitamins.

    What is the difference between traditional and liposomal vitamin C?
  • Cholesterol is a natural substance, crucial for cellular health; without it, life is impossible. When we say “high cholesterol,” we are actually referring to a group of lipoproteins...

    Cholesterol

    Cholesterol
    Published : 11/26/2016 15:49:23 | Categories : Blog

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  • There has been some research evaluating the status of vitamin C in hospitalized patients who were in severe condition, either due to multiple trauma, or following surgery

    Surgery

    Surgery
    Published : 09/20/2016 14:19:48 | Categories : Blog

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  • There are many hypotheses regarding the causes and possible treatments of fatigue falling in the above categorization. For example, it is known that the adrenal glands, which secrete cortisol...

    Fatigue

    Fatigue
    Published : 07/14/2016 11:26:41 | Categories : Blog

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  • Liposomes are tiny vesicles, that are created from the exact same material that cellular membranes are made of. The predominant structural material of membranes is called phospholipids.

    Liposome - a natural phenomenon

    Liposome - a natural phenomenon
    Published : 06/28/2016 07:31:24 | Categories : Blog

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  • Flu symptoms resemble those of the common cold, but are typically more severe and last longer. Symptoms of flu include persistent cough, sore throat, headaches, fever, painful joints and muscles...

    Flu

    Flu
    Published : 06/12/2016 08:25:11 | Categories : Blog

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  • Tonsillitis, a form of throat infection, is the inflammation of the tonsils, which is caused when they are infected with a pathogen. The most common cause of tonsillitis is viral infection....

    Tonsillitis

    Tonsillitis
    Published : 06/12/2016 07:04:30 | Categories : Blog

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  • Contrary to popular belief, cancer is not a single disease. There is no single “cure for cancer,” simply because the term describes a large group of diseases ...

    Cancer

    Cancer
    Published : 06/11/2016 14:09:19 | Categories : Blog

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  • Ascorbic acid, commonly known as vitamin C, is perhaps the most famous amongst all vitamins. Partly due to the fact that it has been well-known and extensively studied for almost 100 years.

    Vitamin C (acid ascorbic)

    Vitamin C (acid ascorbic)
    Published : 06/11/2016 14:06:24 | Categories : Blog

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  • Bronchitis is relatively common and it usually develops secondary to an infection with a respiratory virus, e.g., from the common cold, the flue or whooping cough. Although it resolves on its own...

    Bronchitis

    Bronchitis
    Published : 06/08/2016 14:09:57 | Categories : Blog

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  • Radiation therapy is a form of therapy that is most commonly used in cancer. It is estimated that almost 50% of all cancer patients receive some form of radiation ...

    Radiotherapy

    Radiotherapy
    Published : 06/06/2016 05:43:07 | Categories : Blog

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  • Chemotherapy is a compound word, derived from the Greek words chemo-, which stands for chemical drug, and –therapy, which means treatment. So, chemotherapy literally means chemical treatment.

    What is chemotherapy

    What is chemotherapy
    Published : 05/24/2016 15:50:09 | Categories : Blog

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  • Located in the knee the meniscus is composed of fibro-cartilage tissue and a triangular cross section separating a portion of the femur which is the condyle of the tibial part of the tibia.

    Meniscus

    Meniscus
    Published : 05/24/2016 15:46:27 | Categories : Blog

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