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Dietary supplements are big news. Two thirds of people in the UK take a vitamin or mineral supplement.
Did you see in the headlines recently about the health concerns surrounding Vitamin D in the UK? Public Health England has revised its guidelines to recommend that most people take a Vitamin D supplement, after discovering most of us aren’t getting enough Vitamin D. We asked Chris Smith, co-founder of Vegetology and resident science geek, to give us the lowdown on Vitamin D. Why is it so important, why are we not getting enough and what can we do to change that?
If you suffer from migraines, it might be due to a deficiency in Vitamin D according to new research.
Lanolin is a waxy material that is derived from sheep’s wool. With lanolin’s water-resistant properties, it protects the sheep’s coat from the environment. Lanolin is a by-product of wool farming which is why it is not used by the vegan community, or some of the vegetarian community.
Sitting here in UK and looking out at the wintery conditions, it’s hard to remember the last time I felt that warm glow from sitting out in the sun for a few minutes. We hear about Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and the increased chance of various ailments during winter, and it’s easy to understand why.
Ever wondered if you are getting enough vitamin D? How do you know if you might be lacking in it? Download your free eBook now to learn all about vitamin D3 and the common symptoms that might indicate a deficiency.
Vitamin D seems to be in the news on a daily basis at the moment and it’s hardly surprising. New research is being published all of the time demonstrating its potential health benefits on many fronts.