Vitamin D deficiency is linked to hair loss. Exposure of the skin to sunlight & vitamin D supplements intake may prevent hair fall.
Eating foods rich in strontium can decrease risk of osteoporosis and hip fracture. Avoid strontium supplements. They've serious side effects.
People with iron deficiency may experience fatigue. Eating foods rich in iron can increase your energy levels.
Although the human body can naturally produce CoQ10, we should get Coenzyme Q10 from food, as well. Is diet enough or do I need supplements?
Seeds, nuts & whole grains are foods high in phosphorus. Eat sesame, chia, pumpkin, hemp or flax seeds to meet your daily phosphorus needs easily.
Pineapple is the only dietary source of bromelain which fights inflammation, speeds up recovery, and relieves from knee or shoulder pain.
Only a few foods are high in vitamin B12. Is vegan food a good source of vitamin B12 to meet our daily needs or do we need supplements?
Pure beetroot juice and some other veggies are foods high in nitrates. Nitrates deliver oxygen efficiently, acting as a natural pre-workout supplement.
We need omega-3s for good health. What's the best source, though? Fish oil or flaxseed oil? What about algae supplements for EPA & DHA?
What's the best source of vitamin D? Can we take vitamin D from diet or do we need sun, supplements & fortified foods?