Posts by Ed Jones
Erythritol: Healthy or Increased Risk of Heart Attacks?
Does Erythritol increase heart attacks? If you read the headlines lately, you’re probably thinking – yes! I’ve seen the natural sweetener erythritol recently linked to increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and cardiovascular death. I knew immediately, we’d have a flurry of comments and concerns around this popular, calorie-free sweetener. Many health foods, protein drinks,…Read More
Vitamin D: Vitamin or Hormone?
Is Vitamin D a nutrient or could it treat many of our health issues? Vitamin D stands out from all other nutraceuticals because it is one of the very few vitamins that the body is able to produce on its own given the right conditions. Of course the correct condition is only when healthy skin…Read More
Niacin Vitamin B3: Essential and Beneficial for Long Term Health
Niacin, also known as vitamin B3, plays a vital role in maintaining overall health and well-being. Along with seven other vitamins, Niacin makes up the B vitamins in a B-vitamin Complex. Water-soluble and essential the body requires this vitamin for vital functions. These include the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins, as well as the…Read More
Medical-Grade Collagen: the Fountain of Youth for Body Repair?
Liquid Medical-Grade Collagen repairs tissues, builds more lean body mass, and helps you feel more youthful. – Jim Caras, Health Direct Here at Nutrition World, we have a philosophy of embracing graceful aging. But most people don’t think like that. I just saw a post the other day that said, “Being in your 30s is…Read More
B-Complex Vitamins: Your Top Questions Answered
The Complexities of B-Complex Vitamins The B-Complex Vitamins have long been known for their role in the body’s ability to produce the energy it needs to function well. Our bodies don’t store B vitamins. So, that means we need to get them every day, either through our diet or with supplements. Many foods contain essential…Read More