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Whether you’re gluten-free, vegan, or low glycemic, we know it can sometimes be difficult to find the right supplement to fit your needs. Over the past couple of decades, supplement companies in the natural foods industry have cleaned up their act, getting rid of most problematic ingredients. “That’s great news for careful eaters and people with food allergies,” says Ron Hunninghake, MD, chief medical officer of the Riordan Clinic in Wichita, Kansas. “It’s easy to find supplements that complement the many dietary habits or restrictions people have.” Here’s the lowdown on what to look out for—and common pitfalls to avoid. Gluten-free Supplements It’s [...]
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Even if you have the "perfect diet" (we all know there's no such thing, right?), chances are you'll still fall short on some key nutrients. Check out this food for thought on dietary supplements, brought to you by Inside the Bottle & Delicious Living.  Dean’s Natural Food Market’s Nutrition Managers provide the knowledge necessary to make the right nutritional choices to maintain your healthy lifestyle. Our store has a vast selection of vitamins, nutritional supplements, homeopathic remedies, herbs, and sports & fitness supplements that are meticulously chosen by our staff with your health and the utmost quality and value in mind.   Not sure which product is [...]
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If you’ve been paying attention to current health news you’ve noticed that vitamin D has been a hot topic. There are many questions regarding supplementation of vitamin D, so hopefully this brief article will clear up some confusion. The two most common forms of vitamin D are D-2 (ergocalciferol) and D-3 (cholecalciferol).  Vitamin D-2 is found in plants and fungi. Vitamin D-3 is found in animals and is the form of ‘D’ we get from adequate sunlight exposure.  Vitamin D-3 is the preferred form, not only because it’s more active and effective, it’s the form that is used in clinical health studies. (Side [...]
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Just because winter is over does not mean the vitamin C should be put away.  Especially for those who suffer with allergies and asthma. Allergy season is here and vitamin C, or L-ascorbic acid, plays a vital role in keeping them at bay. Did you know vitamin C is a very powerful antioxidant and is needed for about 300 metabolic functions? Our bodies cannot produce vitamin C, so, it is crucial for our health to obtain it through foods or supplements. Clinical studies show that vitamin C intake benefits the body in many ways including: Improving asthma & allergies Boosting immunity [...]

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