Low vitamin D in infants may lead to blood pressure problems later in life

Children born with low vitamin D levels had about a 60 percent higher risk of elevated systolic blood pressure between ages 6 and 18, says AHA study

Related Articles

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

22 Jan 2020 --- Although the perfect diet should offer the body all the vitamins and minerals it needs to maintain health, micronutrient deficiencies remain a staple concern among... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

22 Jan 2020 --- With Chinese New Year just around the corner, there are some signals that the Year of the Rat could be a fruitful one for US-Chinese nutritional trade. A partial... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

21 Jan 2020 --- Increased competition in the space of nutritional hard capsules has negatively impacted Lonza Group’s fiscal 2019 profits, although the company reports... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

20 Jan 2020 --- Consuming fish oil supplements, which are high in omega 3 fatty acids, has been associated with better testicular function, as measured by semen quality and... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

17 Jan 2020 --- US-based natural fiber brand Bellway has launched a “next-generation” soluble fiber that is suitable for keto, paleo and gluten-free diets. This move... Read More

trans