Vitamins are the building blocks that keep our bodies running; they help build muscle and bone, capture energy, heal wounds and more. But if our body doesn’t create vitamins, how do they get into our system? Ginnie Trinh Nguyen describes what vitamins are, how they get into our bodies — and why they are so crucial.
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We all have friends who swear by their vitamin routine — their Vitamin C pills prevent them from getting colds, or their Vitamin D supplement really does boost their mood in the winter. But how much of this is the placebo effect? And how much of it actually works? The following vitamins are highly recommended for optimal health. Whether you decide to get these through nutritious foods or quick supplements is up to you…
Vitamin A | 0:24
Vitamin E | 1:20
Folate | 1:59
Vitamin C | 2:40
Vitamin B6 | 3:30
Vitamin B12 | 4:18
Vitamin D | 4:57
Calcium | 5:34
Magnesium | 6:22
Iron | 7:07
So, do we need vitamins? | 7:41
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Everyday we get questions about vitamins and heart health. Do certain vitamins prevent heart disease? Are there supplements that can lower your risk for a cardiac event? Here are some answers to the most popular questions.
On this segment of Second Opinion LIVE!, Primary Care Physician, Dr. Lou Papa, explains how Vitamin E is beneficial in very specific health conditions and how it is important NOT to assume that if it helped those individuals, it will act as a preventative for everyone.
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