Vitamins & Supplements

Vitamins & Supplements Articles

How much vitamin D should I take?

Scientists don’t have definitive evidence yet about how much vitamin D one should take for good health. There’s general agreement that doses above 4,000 IU daily can be toxic to adults, with lower doses toxic to kids. (Locked) More »

Can any vitamins stop my glaucoma from getting worse?

No convincing studies show that vitamins or dietary supplements can treat glaucoma once it is diagnosed, but a higher intake of green leafy vegetables like lettuce, kale, and spinach is linked to a lower risk of developing glaucoma. Diet may be more effective at preventing glaucoma than treating it once it appears. (Locked) More »

Is vertigo caused by a magnesium deficiency?

There is little evidence that vertigo is due to magnesium deficiency or prevented by magnesium supplementation. However, there is some evidence linking low vitamin D levels with vertigo and suggesting that vitamin D supplementation may be helpful. (Locked) More »

Are you getting enough B12?

Vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to anemia, nerve damage, and cognitive problems. Seniors, vegans, and people with certain health conditions can get additional vitamin B12 through fortified foods, dietary supplements, or injections. More »