Tag Archives: Vitamin

How to live longer: High doses of this vitamin may ‘raise risk’ of cancer recurrence

Though our life expectancy may seem out of our control, everyday life decisions can aid longevity and help us live happier, longer lives. While certain foods could boost longevity, simply lowering intake of meat-based protein could also be linked to a longer lifespan. For example, many studies link a plant-rich diet to a lower risk… Read More »

Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: ‘Pale yellow tinge’ is a warning sign say the NHS

Hypochlorhydria is a natural result of ageing, but certain factors can increase the risk of this occurring in later life. Examples include chronic stress, stomach surgery, bacterial infection, and some medications. The NHS pointed out that a “pale, yellow tinge” to the skin is a warning sign of a vitamin B12 deficiency. Other symptoms of… Read More »

Vitamin B12 deficiency: Dr warns of ‘irreversible’ damage if warning signs are ignored

When a person has pernicious anaemia, this simply does not happen; instead, intrinsic factor isn’t produced and vitamin B12 is lost through excrement. The exact cause of pernicious anaemia is still unknown, but it’s more often diagnosed in women around 60 years of age. It’s also more prevalent in those with other autoimmune conditions, such… Read More »

Vitamin C Treatment for COVID-19 Being Silenced

In the video above, Dr. Andrew Saul, editor-in-chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, presents valuable information on the importance of vitamin C for disease treatment, including COVID-19 — information that’s being widely silenced via organized censorship.1 His Tokyo presentation, “Orthomolecular Medicine and Coronavirus Disease: Historical Basis for Nutritional Treatment,” highlights the fact that when… Read More »

Why the Most Essential Vitamin B Was Renamed

Choline is an essential nutrient, but it is not usually classified as a vitamin. According to Biology Online, a vitamin is “a low molecular weight organic compound that is essential for normal growth and metabolic processes and is required in trace amounts.”1 Since your body can produce some choline in the liver, it is not… Read More »