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This LifeFuels bottle infuses your water with vitamins and nutrients that promote energy and wellness.

Whichever plants and critters you include, you should expect the broth to contain fat, protein, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, potassium, selenium, copper, zinc, and much more.

Recall that plants expend a substantial amount of energy to make their exudate brews of sugars, vitamins, organic acids, and phytochemicals.

Ginger, for example, is made up of over 700 individual compounds, most of which do not mimic compounds found in the human body, as vitamins do.

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The disparity may be due to several factors, including lower levels of vitamin D in BAME groups.

I take calcium and vitamin D supplements, but prescription medications are generally only for women in menopause.

This at-home blood test kit gives a full reading of antioxidant, fatty acid, or vitamin panels.

The irony in it all is that our bodies need, if not crave, Vitamin D—and more than a chewable tablet.

The summertime staple is also a good source of potassium, vitamin A and vitamin C. 2.

At 96 percent water, cukes have no saturated fat or cholesterol, and are very high in vitamin K, vitamin B6 and iron.

They carefully devised vitamin-free, protein-free, mineral-free diets that tasted like library paste and smelled worse.

Digestibility, as well as protein, mineral and vitamin requirements, must also be considered.

Vitamin B complex, vitamin C—and, finally, half a dozen highly questionable contraceptive pills?

The essential element of foods is the vitamin, a nitrogenous substance of indeterminate nature.

Moreover, he had isolated a vitamin in this protein not found in any of man's present foods.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vitamin, such as: fiber, food, mineral, nutriment, supplements, and health food.

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