Vitamins: What You Need to Know

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The Importance of Vitamin C

The Importance of Vitamin C

Many people don’t reach for the vitamin C until they are already sick. This is because vitamin C can fight germs, helping you to bounce back faster. But, if taken daily, it prevent you from becoming ill in the first place.

All About Vitamin D

All About Vitamin D

Your bones need calcium to stay strong. However, as you age, your ability to absorb calcium decreases. Getting enough vitamin D helps your body retain calcium at any age, which can help ensure your bones are strong for your entire life.

Why is Zinc Important?

Why is Zinc Important?

There are many benefits to zinc, including health and male fertility benefits. However, many people don’t know how much they should be getting or what foods contain zinc. Zinc can be found in many foods including milk products, nuts and red meat.