Vitamin G Deficiency Symptoms

 (also known as lactoflavin and vitamin B2) Vitamin G Deficiency Symptoms Vitamin G isn’t a term you’ll hear very much anymore. It’s actually an outdated name for riboflavin (also known as lactoflavin and vitamin B2), a micronutrient named for its intense gold color. The word riboflavin comes from “ribos” (a kind of sugar) and the Latin … Continue reading Vitamin G Deficiency Symptoms

Fat Loss and Hormones

Optimize Your Hormones To Burn Fat. Fat Loss and Hormones Fat Loss is pretty simple: Eat fewer calories than you burn and throw in some activity. And while this is a big piece of the puzzle, it’s not the whole thing. In fact, there is a lot going on underneath the surface that affects how much fat you lose, how fast … Continue reading Fat Loss and Hormones

Vitamin E

What you need to know about Vitamin E Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with several forms, but alpha-tocopherol is the only one used by the human body. Its main role is to act as an antioxidant, scavenging loose electrons—so-called “free radicals”—that can damage cells. It also enhances immune function and prevents clots from forming … Continue reading Vitamin E

Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

Raspberry plants are hardy perennials in the rose family. Red raspberry leaf is part of the raspberry plant that has been used as a traditional remedy for pregnant and postpartum women. Although red raspberry leaf has been cultivated for its culinary and medicinal benefits for centuries, modern science has not been able to confirm all of … Continue reading Red Raspberry Leaf Tea

Vitamin D & Depression

Research Is Showing Vitamin D Is Helpful for Depression We are all dependent on sunshine for life and health. This is the main source of Vitamin D. Vitamin D receptors are everywhere in the body. Vitamin D deficiency is so massively widespread that about 1 billion worldwide are deficient. When we stay indoors for extended … Continue reading Vitamin D & Depression