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  1. 6 Veggies to Love That Aren't KaleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Health.com

    ... and C," Aynsley Kirshenbaum, MS, a Brooklyn-based nutritionist and personal trainer, tells Health . "To absorb the vitamin A, pair it with some fat. A cold-pressed sesame oil ($7, amazon.com ) with garlic would be delicious." Tip: the smoke point of ...

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  2. Study: Ongoing bee decline could exacerbate malnutritionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | UPI

    ... health. "The take-home is: Pollinator declines can really matter to human health, with quite scary numbers for vitamin A deficiencies, for example," study co-author Taylor Ricketts, a researcher at Vermont, explained in a press release , "which can ...

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  3. GMO vs. GE foods: What's the difference?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | She Knows

    ... be boosted, as in the case of golden rice, which has been genetically engineered to include more beta carotene (vitamin A); this offers more nutrition to populations who face a higher prevalence of malnutrition. According to the FDA, GMOs and GE ...

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  4. Study: Pollinator decline poses huge human health risksRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Summit County Voice

    ... nutrients. "The take-home is: pollinator declines can really matter to human health, with quite scary numbers for vitamin A deficiencies, for example which can lead to blindness and increase death rates for some diseases, including malaria," said ...

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  5. Dwindling bee population poses malnutrition riskRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    ... Bangladesh. "The take-home is: pollinator declines can really matter to human health with quite scary numbers for vitamin A deficiencies, for example," said scientist Taylor Ricketts from University of Vermont . It can lead to blindness and increase ...

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  6. With bee, other pollinator declines, millions at risk of malnutritionRead the original story

    Monday | Science Blog

    ... nutrients. "The take-home is: pollinator declines can really matter to human health, with quite scary numbers for vitamin A deficiencies, for example," says UVM scientist Taylor Ricketts who co-led the new study, "which can lead to blindness and ...

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  7. Got Bees? Got Vitamin A? Got Malaria? Loss of Pollinators Increases Risk of Malnutrition, DiseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2010 | Science Daily

    ... nutrients. "The take-home is: pollinator declines can really matter to human health, with quite scary numbers for vitamin A deficiencies, for example," says UVM scientist Taylor Ricketts who co-led the new study, "which can lead to blindness and ...

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  8. Pulp fiction? Oranges vs orange juice: ACS study asks which is healthierRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | FoodNavigator

    ... can absorb and use). Oranges and their products are rich sources of carotenoids (antioxidants, and a precursor to vitamin A); flavonoids (thought to have antioxidant effects) and vitamin C. They also contain lutein and zeaxanthin, compounds believed ...

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  9. Cancer concern: Norway proposes 'tentative' safe beta-carotene upper limitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NutraIngredients

    ... Authority (EFSA) had been able to establish a firm tolerable upper intake level for the precursor of retinol vitamin A. Nonetheless it concluded: "VKM is of the opinion that because beta-carotene may increase the risk of lung-cancer in smokers, ...

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  10. Got Bees? Got Vitamin A? Got Malaria?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Newswise

    ... nutrients. "The take-home is: pollinator declines can really matter to human health, with quite scary numbers for vitamin A deficiencies, for example," says UVM scientist Taylor Ricketts who co-led the new study, "which can lead to blindness and ...

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  11. 3 Ways to Sneak Vegetables Into Breakfast FoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | Time

    ... , just saying). Pumpkin is super-healthy , and so sweet and luscious, it feels indulgent, though it's loaded with vitamin A and other nutrients. Imagine pumpkin pie in smoothie form - delicious. I also love it thicker, as a use-a-spoon smoothie bowl ...

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  12. Long ignored, winter's superfoods gaining centerpiece statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Cross Roads News

    ... a compound called falcarinol that may be largely responsible for anti-cancer benefits. They are famous for their vitamin A content, which is responsible for carrots' reputation for improving night vision, but it turns out a diet high in beta ...

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  13. Fight off the flu without medicineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | WTNH

    ... oranges, strawberries, lemons, and limes, and I've got grapefruit under there," said shopper Joan Hunter. "From vitamin A you're going to get your yellow and orange foods," said dietitian Glenda Keal. "Sweet potato, winter squash, carrots, ...

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  14. Overly irritated to nervous breakdown let mamey do the workRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Examiner.com

    ... chock full of nutrients and fiber suprising it has not been touted a super food yet. Earthy and grounding. Vitamin A 15%, Calcium 10%, Vitamin B6, Magnesium15%, Vitamin C 213%, Iron 24%, Vitamin B12 Hayfever and colds and flu are put into 'neutral' ...

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  15. Foods to Help You Fight the FluRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | WVNY

    ... got grapefruit under there," Shopper Joan Hunter said. Hunter has the right idea. You should search for foods with vitamin A,C,D, and E. "From Vitamin A you're going to get your yellow and orange foods, sweet potatoes, winter squash, carrots, ...

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  16. Hate taking prenatal vitamins? Drink Bump Water insteadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Examiner.com

    ... pregnant any time soon, Bump Water can still be ingested since all women need folic acid. Bump Water also contains Vitamin A, D, B6, and B12, Niacin, Biotin, Zinc, and Magnesium which are essential vitamins for a healthy body. 'Fifty percent of my ...

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  17. Foods that can help you give up smokingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Korea Herald

    ... higher risk of cancers and cardiovascular disease. Foods that are rich in antioxidant vitamins: a- Beta-carotene (vitamin A): Consume at least two servings of green and yellow vegetables (carrots, spinach, chives), seafood, fruits (apricot, tomato, ...

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  18. Gifford-Jones: 'DILI' Is killing more people every yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | SooToday

    ... arthritis, isoniazid for tuberculosis, anabolic steroids used by body builders, and excessive amounts of vitamin A and iron can all impair liver function. The Mayo Clinic cautions that herbal remedies such as kava, comfrey, chaparral, kombucha tea ...

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  19. Cure sinus infections naturally using these herbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | NewsTarget.com

    ... A member of the mint family, thyme is known for its antibacterial properties and is packed with vitamin C and vitamin A. The herb works best in tea and can be made by brewing 2 teaspoons of fresh thyme into a cup of boiling-hot water. Oregano : A ...

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  20. Children losing homes, schools and lives in NigeriaRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Scoop

    ... community volunteers reached over 13,000 children with psychosocial support. More than 3 million children received vitamin A supplementation. a In Cameroun, 10 clean water facilities and 160 latrines were built and 1,300 hygiene kits were ...

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