I was recently contacted by mimi magazine for an interview. It was unexpected and much appreciated! I will definitely be reading her blog as it has plenty of topic I’d be interested in reading. Check out MIMI Magazine Blog and my interview HERE!
Vitamin D deficiency is common across populations and particularly among people with darker skin. Nutritional rickets among nursing infants whose mothers have insufficient levels of vitamin D is an increasingly common, yet preventable disorder.
Carol Wagner, MD, Sarah Taylor, MD, and Bruce Hollis, PhD, from the Department of Pediatrics, Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston), emphasize the need for clinical studies to determine the dose of vitamin D needed to achieve adequate vitamin D levels in breastfeeding mothers and their infants without toxicity.
Nutrients This cruciferous vegetable is High in Vitamin C (205.7%), Vitamin K (194%), Vitamin A, beta-carotene, and sulforaphane. Other Nutrients packed in these florets are Folate, Fiber, Manganese, Potassium, Vit B6 & B2, Phosporus, Magnesium, Protein, Omega 3, Vit B5, Iron, Calcium, Vit B1 and B3, Zinc, and Vit E. Studies have show that Broccoli is a strong cancer fighting veggie and also increase production of enzymes that aid in
This I believe pertains to anyone who has allergies, asthma, psoriasis, eczema, etc you name it. So many foods and environments now have additional additives from pesticides to preservatives that inhibit our bodies natural functions. Integrating clean foods into our diet with exercise can and does improve our overall health and curb some of the false stimulants we intake on a daily basis. Move to organic, all-natural and eco-friendly lifestyle