The word vitamin is a noun. Vitamin means (1) any of a group of organic substances essential in small quantities to normal metabolism.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word vitamin.
Visit this vitamins and food supplements retailer directory to find vitamin and food supplement retailers in the United States. The photo on this web page depicts chewable vitamins spilled out of a vitamin bottle.
Visit this vitamins and food supplements manufacturer directory for information about vitamin and food supplement manufacturers and wholesalers in the USA. The photo on this page shows a jumble of multivitamins.
Although our bodies produce some vitamins, most of the vitamins we need come from the food we eat. Learn more about major vitamins with this nutritional guide.
The following articles provide recent vitamin-related news.
Physicians have found that vitamin D, if taken for at least three years, could help cancer patients live longer. The findings suggest that the vitamin carries significant benefits other than just contributing to healthy bones.
Science Daily. Tuesday, 04 Jun 2019 10:16:34 EDT.
Older women who take supplements with high doses of vitamins B6 and B12 may be more likely than their counterparts who don't to experience hip fractures, a U.S. study suggests.
Reuters. Wednesday, 15 May 2019 15:12:53 -0400.
If you want to save your brain, focus on keeping the rest of your body well with exercise and healthy habits rather than popping vitamin pills, new guidelines for preventing dementia advise.
CBC News. Tuesday, 14 May 2019 12:03:15 EDT.
Broccoli, for years hailed as a cancer-fighter and a great source of vitamin C, calcium and B vitamins, is now being seen as a safer way to manage schizophrenia.
Hannah Frishberg. Fox News. Sunday, 12 May 2019 09:00:21 GMT.