The idea is that I have to go to Consumer Labs and sign up to get the information I need for my health.I went online and went looking for the same information. Look at that. Livestrong has the same information posted online, including the fact that Consumer Labs promotes long standing brands
Just because magnesium and vitamin D won't help you become a stick overnight, there are still good reasons to try them.
Warning: math and chemistry discussion (with units!) I hope this was helpful. If you want to change your Vitamin D levels, please talk to your doctor. Don't use a blog post to determine your health. That's just loco.
Unless the studies checked blood levels of Vitamin E, it is possible that the study subjects were getting no more Vitamin E than the control groups.
I have a number of self-prescribing acquaintances who are quite orange from beta-carotene overindulgence without other ill effects
I'm going to be a little less cautious than the RDA guys who have now moved the RDA to 800 IU.
By truncating the article at less than the half-way mark, the editors of the Kennebec Journal have completely changed the way the article reads.
The bottom line? Get tested if you live in Maine, especially if you have another risk factor.
If you train your body to love spices, chances are you're doing far more than if you swallow them in capsules.
I think regular testing should probably include Vitamin D blood levels as part of screening for patients in Maine.