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Dietary Supplements: Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NADH)
NADH is the abbreviation for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, with the H indicating the reduced form that has an extra hydrogen atom. NADM functions as a coenzyme, meaning that it is a required cpfactor for a metabolic process.
By Georgy Kharchenko
Dietary Supplements: Rhodiola
Rhodiola comprises more than 200 related species of plants in the Crassulacea family and is generally found in the arctic mountain regions of Siberia (Kelly, 2001). Of the many species of rhodiola, only two have been studied at any appreciable...
By Georgy Kharchenko
Brewer's Yeast Supplements
Brewer's yeast is not the same as the baker's yeast that makes bread rise or the yeast that causes yeast infections. It is just what it sounds like it should be the yeast used in making beer. Because of the different methods used in its culture...
By Georgy Kharchenko
Bee Product Supplements
Bee products commonly used as dietary supplements are bee pollen, propolis, and royal jelly They are all included in one review because they contain many overlapping constituents and claims and are often used in formulalioris together, making...
By Georgy Kharchenko
Integrate Fish Oil In To Your Low Cholesterol Diet Plan
In the Greenland, the heart problems are at the lowest of the graph. This scientists are intrigued mainly because in the Greenland, nearly all of the resident's eating plan are consisted of fishes.
By Jason Flale
How Chelation Works
Here is a mechanical explanation of the chelating process -- and a comparison of intravenous chelation therapy with oral chelation.
By Karl Loren
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