Tag archive for Supplements

Codex Alimentarius Adopts Vitamin Guidelines

Codex Alimentarius Adopts Vitamin Guidelines

4 July 2005 – The Codex Alimentarius Commission has voted to adopt potentially restrictive guidelines for vitamin and mineral supplements proposed by the Codex Nutrition Committee. In its 28th session here in sun dried, heat plagued Rome, the planet’s supreme food regulator has given a…

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Do Vitamins or Minerals (Apart From Lithium) Have Mood-Stabilizing Effects

Do Vitamins or Minerals (Apart From Lithium) Have Mood-Stabilizing Effects

Nutritional scientists have been well funded by agribusiness to find ways to deal with factors that interfere with animal health, including aggressive and destructive behavior. When farm animals become “violent”-when pigs start biting each others’ ears and tails, when chickens attack chickens-farmers have learned that…

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Vitamin B-3 and Schizophrenia: Discovery, Recovery, Controversy – by Abram Hoffer, MD

Vitamin B-3 and Schizophrenia: Discovery, Recovery, Controversy – by Abram Hoffer, MD

The United States Patent Office delayed issuing a patent on the Wright brothers’ airplane for five years because it broke accepted scientific principles. This is actually true. And so is this: Vitamin B-3, niacin, is scientifically proven to be effective against psychosis, and yet the…

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Vitamin B6 Cuts Colon Cancer Risk

Vitamin B6 Cuts Colon Cancer Risk

High daily levels of vitamin B6 may reduce the risk of getting colon cancer by 58 percent, claims a new study from Harvard Medical School. The research, published in the May 4 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, builds on other studies…

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