||trace mineral which works like insulin to increase the amount of glucose and amino acids driven into the muscle.
||referring to an edible plant or part of a plant. Plant-based.
||a variety of visual techniques used to treat disease based on inducing relaxation in the patient who actually wills away his disease. Also known as guided imagery.
||a fat-soluble vitamin that promotes good vision; helps form and maintain healthy skin, teeth and skeletal and soft tissue; possibly increases resistance to infection.
|Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)
||essential in metabolism; help cells convert carbohydrates into energy; necessary for healthy brain and nerve cells and heart function.
||important for metabolism regulation and red blood cell production; helps maintain a healthy central nervous system.
|Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
||helps release energy from carbohydrates; interacts with other B vitamins and is essential for growth and for the production of red blood cells.
||vital in the utilization of protein; helps with the formation of red blood cells and plays a role in synthesizing antibodies in the immune system.
||antioxidant that performs a variety of roles in the body, helping to promote healthy gums and teeth, aids in mineral absorption, helps heal wounds. May provide a variety of other health benefits.
||promotes absorption of calcium and helps maintain proper blood levels of calcium and phosphorus.
||antioxidant that protects tissues from oxidation damage; helps in the formation of red blood cells and in the utilization of vitamin K.
||vital to blood clotting; may help maintain strong bones with aging.