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Grandma's Antioxidant List

Even though there are naturally many food antioxidants Grandma's antioxidant list shows a variety of herbal antioxidants, vitamin and mineral antioxidants, along with exactly what each antioxidant is

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Grandma's Taurine a Nonessential Amino Acid Guide

High concentrations of taurine are found in the heart muscle, whitee blood cells, skeletal muscle, and central nervous system. Taurine has a protective effect on the brain, particularly ........

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Grandma's Copper Mineral Guide

Besides its use in cookware and plumbing, copper is also widely distributed in foods. Among its many functions, copper aids in the formation of bone, hemoglobin, and red blood cells…..

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Grandma's Glycine a Nonessential Amino Acid Guide

Glycine retards muscle degeneration by supplying additional creatine, a compound that is present in muscle tissue and is utilized in the constitution of DNA and RNA.

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Grandma's Benefits of Aloe Vera Medicinal Guide

Some of the medicinal benefits of Aloe Vera are mucilaginous compounds that soothe inflamed tissues, absorb toxins, give bulk to the stool and promote the growth of friendly colonic bacteria.

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Grandm'a Zinc Guide - Zinc Allows Acuity of Taste and Smell

Essential Mineral Zinc may help prevent acne and regulate the activity of oil glands. This mineral is important in prostate gland function and the growth of the reproductive organs.

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Grandma's Vitamin P - Bioflavonoids Guide

Although bioflavonoids are not true vitamins in the strictest sense, they are sometimes referred to as Vitamin P. Bioflavonids enhance the absorption of Vitamin C, and the two should be taken togethe

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Grandma's Vitamin List of Vitamins, Minerals and Supplements

Grandma's easy to follow Vitamin list will help you rest easy knowing you are giving the correct daily dosage of vitamins, minerals and nutrient supplements to your family.

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Grandma's Vitamin K and Friendly Bacteria Guide

The majority of the body's supply of Vitamin K in synthesized by the "friendly" bacteria normally present in the intestines. Foods high in Vitamin K or supplements are important when ...........

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Grandma's Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine Guide

Pyridoxine or Vitamin B6 is involved in more bodily functions than almost any other single nutrient. It affects both physical and mental health. It is beneficial if you suffer from water retention,…

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Grandma's Vitamin B5 Pantothenic Acid Guide

Vitamin B5 is also known as "the anti-stress vitamin," Pantothenic Acid plays a role in the production of the adrenal hormones and the formation of antibodies, aids in vitamin utilization, and…………

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Grandma's Vitamin B3 Niacin Guide

Vitamin B3 is needed for proper circulation and healthy skin. It aids in the functioning of the nervous system, in metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, and in the production of………….

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Grandma's Vitamin B2 Riboflavin Guide

Vitamin B2 or Riboflavin is necessary for red blood cell formation, anti-body productions, cell respiration and growth. It alleviates eye fatigue and is important in the prevention............

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Grandma's Vitamin B12 Guide

Vitamin B12 is needed to prevent anemia. It aids folic acid in regulating the formation of red blood cells, and helps in the utilization of iron. This vitamin is also required...........

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Grandma's Vitamin B1 and B Complex Guide

Thiamine or Vitamin B1 enhances circulation and assists in blood formation, carbohydrate metabolism, and production of hydrochloric acid, whish is important for proper digestion.

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Grandma's Vitamin A Deficiency Guide & Warning Signs

Vitamin A deficiency may be apparent if dry hair or skin, dryness of the conjunctiva and cornea, poor growth, and/or night blindness is present. There are many other possible results................

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Grandma's Vanadium Guide - Not Easily Absorbed!

Vanadium is needed for cellular metabolism and for the formation of bones and teeth. If you take chromium and vanadium, take them at different times.

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Grandma's Sulfur Guide

Do you know that sulfur disinfects the blood, helps the body resist bacteria, and protects the protoplasm of cells? It also aid in necessary oxidation reaction in the body, stimulates bile secretion,

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Grandma's Dangers of Sodium & Potassium Imbalance Guide

Sodium is necessary for maintaining proper water balance and blood pH. It is also needed for stomach, nerve, and muscle function. Although sodium deficiency is rare, most people have…….

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Grandma's Silicon Levels Guide

Silicon is necessary for the formation of collagen for bones and connective tissue, for healthy nails, skin, and hair, and for calcium absorption in the early stages of bone formation.

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