Vitamin A

Carl Lowe

Too much of a ‘good thing’ can increase your risk of infection

Your immune system has built-in mechanisms for protecting you from infections. But mega-doses of a popular vitamin may actually make immune cells forget how to fulfill some of their health-promoting functions.

Dr. Michael Cutler

Vitamin A and the “latest and greatest” in skin healing

In my previous article I described the healing properties of vitamin A on eyes and skin. I’ll share what I learned while digging deeper into the subject of cosmeceuticals, including the topical vitamin A ingredients.

Dr. Michael Cutler

See better, look better and feel better

The descriptions I read about vitamin A, and what’s good what for what illness, gets even me confused. What are they? Does it work for skin? What about eye health?

Carl Lowe

The food that makes your vitamins work harder

Just because you consume vitamins doesn’t mean they do you any good. But there’s an important food you should be eating that can help your vitamins keep you healthier.

Carl Lowe

Turn Cancer Off With Your Fork

As research into the health effects of fruits and vegetables accelerates, scientists keep finding new and surprising benefits to the natural chemicals found in certain foods.

Dr. Michael Cutler

Only The Right Vitamins Can Save Your Heart And Fight Cancer

If you want your vitamins and other supplements to contribute to a healthy heart and the body’s cancer defenses, you have to choose the right ones. Otherwise, your supplements may be doing you no good. Here’s a guide to what you need to look for in a supplement.