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Vitamin C (INACTIVE)

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  • Ask the doctor: Supplements for age-related macular degeneration

    Q. I've heard that age-related macular degeneration is a common cause of blindness. Do copper, zinc, or lutein help prevent it? A. There's no clear and certain answer, but there are few large randomized studies of nutritional supplements in preventing...
  • EATINGWELL: Honey-Sweetened Cherry Pie

    This cherry pie recipe is pure magic. If you can't find sour cherries, don't fret -- it's also delicious with sweet cherries. The filling has a hint of clove and honey, which gives it a novel flavor. Serve this cherry pie with your favorite light...
  • Do you need to be a vegetarian to lead a healthy life?

    Do you need to be a vegetarian to lead a healthy life?
    Can a vegetarian diet add years to your life? A new study suggests the answer could be yes. After examining the health records of 73,308 people for an average of nearly six years, researchers discovered that vegetarians were 12% less likely to die...
  • Strawberries -- Pick for health now, preserve to enjoy late

    Fresh strawberries are an excellent source of vitamin C, and are also low in calories — one cup of fresh berries contains only about 45 calories. Strawberries also provide plenty of fiber, and minerals. They are full of phytonutrients that help...
  • EATINGWELL: Strawberry-Orange Muffins

    We love the combination of strawberry and orange in this sweet breakfast muffin with a streusel topping. For a less conventional (but equally delicious) twist, try the basil variation. The hint of basil complements the fruity berries wonderfully....
  • EatingWell: Picnic fare not always so fair to your health

    It's nearly summer, and that means picnic season (or, depending on where you live, you might call your outdoor gathering a barbecue or cookout). I love the traditional foods of summer: burgers and dogs, creamy salads, rich desserts. Unfortunately, these...
  • Sugary drinks tied to kidney stone risk

    Sugary drinks tied to kidney stone risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Adults who drink at least one sugar-sweetened drink a day are slightly more likely to develop kidney stones than people who rarely imbibe them, according to a new study. While the recommendation for kidney stone prevention has...
  • Vitamin C may not treat gout: study

    Vitamin C may not treat gout: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Daily vitamin C supplements don't lower uric acid as much as drugs used to treat high levels of the acid that's responsible for gout, says a new study from New Zealand. "It's not that the vitamin C didn't reduce the uric...
  • EATINGWELL: Scallops and Sweet Peas

    Large, sweet sea scallops marry well with peas and thyme adds a contrasting herbal note. Scallops and Sweet Peas Makes 4 servings. Active Time: 30 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes 1 tablespoon dried thyme leaves 2 cups shelled fresh peas (3 pounds...
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: 'Whole food' supplements best choice?

    Q. Are "whole food" supplements better than regular supplements? A. There's little argument that a healthy, well-rounded diet is superior to a poor diet with dietary supplements filling in the gaps. Regardless, the supplement industry is booming,...
  • EatingWell: Stay sharp with these anti-aging drinks

    Sadly, aging is inevitable. And there are many variables involved in how long you live. But you can also add years to your life by making smarter food choices. Help keep your mind razor-sharp and body finely honed with these anti-aging drinks: 1. Pink...