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Hair loss: its causes, how to head it off and where to look for help when you can't stop thinning hair - South China Morning Post

Fri, 2018-01-19 19:32

South China Morning Post

Hair loss: its causes, how to head it off and where to look for help when you can't stop thinning hair
South China Morning Post
Singapore-based Leonica Kei is a trichologist, a specialist in the scalp and hair. She says our hair is like a barometer, reflecting changes in the body. “Because it is non-essential, hair will be the first to suffer and last to benefit. It receives ...

Professor Wins $3.9M Grant to Study How Diet Affects Dementia - UMass Lowell

Fri, 2018-01-19 12:21

UMass Lowell

Professor Wins $3.9M Grant to Study How Diet Affects Dementia
UMass Lowell
Katherine Tucker of the Department of Biomedical and Nutritional Sciences has received a $3.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effects of highly processed foods on cognitive decline. The five-year study aims to find out ...

After all the wet, nutrient-needs a priority for croppers - Queensland Country Life

Thu, 2018-01-18 19:12

Queensland Country Life

After all the wet, nutrient-needs a priority for croppers
Queensland Country Life
"Fields inundated for several days or more in warm climates are particularly vulnerable. Deficiency symptoms, especially for nitrogen, phosphorus and zinc, may become evident following the flood event." Ms Seymour says even though phosphorus and/or ...

Five tips for profitably managing sulfur - Farm Forum

Thu, 2018-01-18 18:47

Five tips for profitably managing sulfur
Farm Forum
Apply sulfate sulfur with elemental sulfur to ensure some sulfate is readily available for crops. Liquid thiosulfate products have been shown to supply sulfur to crops but remember that half of the sulfur in thiosulfate is in the elemental form and ...

Coping with shortage of vitamins A and E in swine diets - National Hog Farmer

Thu, 2018-01-18 09:47

National Hog Farmer

Coping with shortage of vitamins A and E in swine diets
National Hog Farmer
Vitamins are essential for numerous metabolic functions in pigs and must be supplemented. The majority of nutritionists add four times more vitamin A and E than recommended by the National Research Council1,2. These high safety margins are a result of ...

Value of mineral supplements questioned for cattle - Monett Times

Wed, 2018-01-17 15:36

Monett Times

Value of mineral supplements questioned for cattle
Monett Times
It's unknown, he noted, how long it may take for an animal to manifest a mineral deficiency. Some parts of the country promote problems. Excessive iron in the forage or ground can bind with copper and create sickness. An area with a deficiency in ...

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Dependence on vitamin supplements is NOT a good idea. Here's why! - TheHealthSite

Wed, 2018-01-17 05:30

TheHealthSite

Dependence on vitamin supplements is NOT a good idea. Here's why!
TheHealthSite
Vitamin D and calcium supplements may have only limited efficacy in preventing the weakening of bones.

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6 Nutrient Deficiencies That Show On Your Face - Care2.com

Tue, 2018-01-16 13:03

Care2.com

6 Nutrient Deficiencies That Show On Your Face
Care2.com
Eating too much processed foods and not enough plant-based foods can make you nutrient deficient, no matter how much you eat. It's even possible to miss out on certain vitamins and minerals even when you eat a balanced diet. It's important to get ...

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Does your body need more vitamin D? - Devil's Lake Daily Journal

Tue, 2018-01-16 11:15

Does your body need more vitamin D?
Devil's Lake Daily Journal
The nutrient is found in oily fish like salmon and fortified dairy and grain products, is not sufficient in most meats and side dishes we tend to consume during the winter months. Vitamin D's ability to strengthen bones and reduce the risk of various ...

Top nutrients needed to boost mood and energy levels on Blue Monday - News-Medical.net

Tue, 2018-01-16 02:36

News-Medical.net

Top nutrients needed to boost mood and energy levels on Blue Monday
News-Medical.net
... researchers suggesting that vitamin D may increase the amount of monoamines, which may help treat depression. Just one spray a day of DLux3000 Vitamin D Oral Spray will help boost your mood and avoid these symptoms of SAD. Finally, the hero ...

Ohio State's Precision University focuses on nutrient management - Farm and Dairy

Mon, 2018-01-15 14:02

Farm and Dairy

Ohio State's Precision University focuses on nutrient management
Farm and Dairy
Lee Radcliff, a farmer near Circleville, Ohio, said his farm has used unmanned aerial vehicles to try to detect nutrient deficiencies in crops. But using above-the-field imagery doesn't give you the full picture, he warned. “By the time you see ...

Start-up Alcyon Health wants to fill gap in reproductive health space - NutraIngredients-usa.com

Mon, 2018-01-15 12:01

NutraIngredients-usa.com

Start-up Alcyon Health wants to fill gap in reproductive health space
NutraIngredients-usa.com
The first products to sell in the US are FerraVitae, an iron complex to help pregnant women prevent iron deficiency during pregnancy (a common nutrient deficiency for the population), as well as ErosVigor, a yohimbine HCI supplement with L-Arginine and ...

5 Reasons You Don't Need Vitamin Supplements - Brinkwire (press release)

Sun, 2018-01-14 03:02

Brinkwire (press release)

5 Reasons You Don't Need Vitamin Supplements
Brinkwire (press release)
Unless your body is getting its essential vitamins from the foods that you eat, there is no essential requirement for vitamin supplements, according to experts. Many a times, you tend to take vitamin supplements just because you think our body will get ...

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Having too little of this nutrient could decrease fertility - Chicago ... - Chicago Tribune

Fri, 2018-01-12 08:51

Chicago Tribune

Having too little of this nutrient could decrease fertility - Chicago ...
Chicago Tribune
Nearly half of U.S. women have at least a mild deficiency in the nutrient iodine, and new research suggests it could impair their fertility.

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Having too little of this nutrient could harm a woman's fertility - Medical Xpress

Fri, 2018-01-12 04:00

Medical Xpress

Having too little of this nutrient could harm a woman's fertility
Medical Xpress
Even women with mildly deficient iodine levels had a slightly harder time getting pregnant, according to researchers led by Dr. James Mills of the U.S. National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. "Women who are thinking of becoming ...

From identifying plant pests to picking fruit, AI is reinventing how farmers produce your food - eco-business.com

Fri, 2018-01-12 00:49

eco-business.com

From identifying plant pests to picking fruit, AI is reinventing how farmers produce your food
eco-business.com
Share this story. Sick crops? These Indian subsistence farmers know just what to do: Pull out their smartphones and take their picture. The farmers then upload the images with GPS locations to a cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI) app named ...

Trialing two FGD gypsum products to address sulfur and zinc availability in dry edible beans - Michigan State University Extension

Thu, 2018-01-11 17:48

Trialing two FGD gypsum products to address sulfur and zinc availability in dry edible beans
Michigan State University Extension
Sulfur and zinc are essential plant nutrients that must be maintained at critical levels to optimize dry edible bean yield and quality. Dry beans remove approximately 0.52 pound of sulfur per bushel, or around 17.5 pounds per acre for an average 20 ...

Your Thyroid: How Much Do You Really Know About It? - Longevity LIVE

Thu, 2018-01-11 09:00

Longevity LIVE

Your Thyroid: How Much Do You Really Know About It?
Longevity LIVE
Hypothyroidism. If the body is depleted from stress or nutrient deficiency, the brain tells the this gland to slow down to reserve dwindling resources. Even if the pituitary gland signals the thyroid to make hormones, it might not be able to make ...

Nails breaking, hair graying? It may be more than simply aging - Aleteia EN

Thu, 2018-01-11 08:01

Aleteia EN

Nails breaking, hair graying? It may be more than simply aging
Aleteia EN
Other symptoms of nutrient deficiency include wounds that won't heal because of low protein and Vitamin C, brittle nails caused by lack of biotin, and prematurely graying hair brought on by low copper and Vitamin D levels. Fortunately, all these ...