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Kisel 10: 12 Years On

KiSel-10: 12 years on and still going strong

A follow-up to the KiSel-10 study found that those who took part in the original trial 12 years ago are still feeling the benefits today.

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Chromium-yeast improved blood sugar control

Chromium-yeast improved blood sugar control

A new study published in the European Journal of Nutrition joins the body of evidence showing how impactful chromium-yeast can be for diabetic management.

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Benefits of Vitamin E

Research Roundup: Vitamin E!

New research has linked vitamin E to two protective benefits; reduced muscular injury and reduced cancer risk!

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Vitamin D3 shown to be twice as effective as D2

Vitamin D 3 shown to be twice as effective as D2

New study could change the official guidelines to recommend vitamin D3 specifically.

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Q10 Studies

Bio Quinone Q10 - The Major Studies

Find out more about the major studies on Pharma Nord's Bio Quinone Q10 to date and their results in this article.

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Omega 7 Sea Buckthorn Study

New research: Omega 7 for Management of Menopausal Symptoms

80% of women who took part in the trial found a visible improvement halfway through.

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Selenium deficiency

The UK's most common cancer in men links to a deficiency

High-grade form of prostate cancer linked to deficiency of selenium.

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cholesterol - coenzyme q10 supplement

Statins could increase the risk of diabetes

People at risk of cardiovascular disease are advised to reduce their cholesterol levels, usually by taking statins.

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Anti depression tablets

Do anti depression tablets work better when taken with supplements?

A study, by Melbourne and Harvard University researchers find taking natural supplements alongside anti depression tablets can have benefits.

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Vitamin D supplement heals damaged hearts

Health News: Vitamin D heals damaged hearts

Current advice suggests that everyone over 65, and at-risk groups such as pregnant women and young children should take a vitamin D supplement.

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