Vitamin and Supplement Facts

Vitamin and supplement facts can help you determine whether you need to complement your diet. Read up on the facts before you head to the store.

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You use folate every day as your body builds new cells. But how much do you need, and how much is too much? Learn more about this crucial vitamin.

By Jennifer Brett, N.D.

Due to the influx of news surrounding the benefits of vitamin C, many people feel that when it comes to vitamin c supplements, more is automatically better. Learn more about vitamin C supplements.

By Jennifer Brett, N.D.

Prenatal vitamins (brand names Prenatal-1 + Iron and Stuartnatal Plus) are multivitamins and mineral supplements for use during pregnancy and nursing. Learn about the benefits of prenatal vitamins, as well as the potential side effects.

By Editors of Consumer Guide

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Many people take a multi-vitamin each day, but most people don't know much about them. What is the difference between vitamin A and vitamin C, for example? If you don't get enough vitamins, what happens? Learn all about vitamins.

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A fascinating article that explains why the B vitamins -- found in a variety of foods we eat every day -- are so essential to a healthy diet!

By Dr. Jerry Gordon

Vitamin C is something you hear about all the time -- learn the real scoop on this important nutrient and how it can help your body function properly!

By Dr. Jerry Gordon