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Arsenic in Your Supplements

If you take dietary supplements Highly synthesized dietary supplements can be expected to contain no arsenic. Examples of these would...

Nutritional Value of Arsenic

Could arsenic harm you… if you don’t get enough? The USDA Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center in North Dakota...

Inorganic vs Organic Arsenic

Inorganic arsenic: The villain in air and in water One way toxic inorganic arsenic gets into the environment is through...

Arsenic Defined

Arsenic. Whatever arsenic calls to mind, one thing is certain: It’s become synonymous with poison. Science supports that arsenic is...

Natural Flavors

I have been composing full disclosure labels for my formulas since 1976. It has actually been an easy thing to...

Arsenic FAQ

What is arsenic? Arsenic is found everywhere on the Earth’s crust in fair sized amounts, comparable to other toxic metals,...

Lead FAQ

1) What is lead? Who is this mysterious fellow, Mr. Lead? He is certainly a heavy fellow. With an atomic...

Nutrient Density

Nutrient density refers to the ratio of micro- nutrients (i.e. vitamins, minerals, polyphenols, etc.) to macro-nutients (i.e. vitamins, minerals, polyphenols,...

Vitamin

Vitamins are organic (carbon-containing) micro-nutrients necessary for normal physiological function that cannot be synthesized at all in the human body,...

Virus

A virus is a microorganism which cannot grow or reproduce apart from a living cell. Viruses invade living cells, seize control...

Vasoconstriction and Vasodilation

Vasoconstriction refers to the tightening and narrowing of a blood vessel. Vasodilation refers to the state of relaxation and opening of...

Vascular Endothelium

Vascular Endothelium is the single cell layer that lines the inner surface of blood vessels. A healthy endothelium resists rupture and...

Raw Food

Vibrant Health and its suppliers have gone one step further in the use of certified organic ingredients. We have taken...

Oxidative Stress

Oxidative Stress is considered an important contributing factor in many human diseases, especially but not limited to cardiovascular and neurodegenerative...

Proposition 65

Due to litigation from Proposition 65, California residents will see these warnings nearly everywhere: gas stations, parking garages, hotel lobbies, coffee...

Dulse

Dulse is a wonderful source of trace minerals from the sea that match the proper trace mineral balance in the human...

Bioavailability

Bioavailability refers to the extent to which a nutrient is absorbed by the body, reaching systemic circulation and thus being made available...
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