Studies Prove Riboflavin Therapy Stops MigrainesRiboflavin (Vitamin B2) is made up of two enzymes, Flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and Flavin Mononucleotide (FMN), both of which play a major role in the development of migraine headaches. It appears that these… Read More
The Arctic Endeavor! Vitamin A Scenario:
(updated from 2011)
Here’s the scenario…
You have decided that this year’s vacation is going to be an Arctic camping extravaganza!
Imagine…really, really long days, bitterly cold breezes, miles upon miles of white snow … Read More
Forgotten Fertility StudyDespite the research that has been done regarding PABA, once pharmaceutical drugs started to become the status quo, much of this fertility research was lost and forgotten. One such forgotten study, was the 1942 study where it was reported… Read More
Heart Disease Linked to Thiamine DeficiencyFurosemide (also known as Lasix) is a drug commonly used with congestive heart failure (CHF) patients when there is edema (excessive fluid build-up)present. Although this treatment is quite effective for eliminating the edema, there is… Read More
Thiamine; An Important Vitamin for Multiple SclerosisThe most popular vitamin treatments when it comes to Multiple Sclerosis are Vitamin D, niacin (Vitamin B3), and Vitamin B12. However, thiamine should also be considered a “big gun” regarding the treatment of this disease. The… Read More
Pick Eye Linked to Riboflavin DeficiencyConjunctivitis (also known as “pink eye”) is an inflammation or infection of the outer most layer of the eye, the conjunctiva. There are basically two conditions that cause conjunctivitis: an allergy or by infection… Read More
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