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  • What Is Vitamin D?

    Vitamin D is a nutrient needed for health and to maintain strong bones. Vitamin D aids in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus in our bodies, helps bring calcium and phosphorus to our bones and teeth, and helps regulate how much calcium remains in our blood.

  • What Are B-Vitamins and Folate?

    The most common B-vitamins are essential for supporting your body's metabolism rate, producing energy and aiding your body in fighting disease and infection.

  • What are Omega-3 Fatty Acids?

    Research shows that eating two 4-ounce servings of seafood per week may reduce the risk of heart disease and related deaths. But, omega-3s are not limited to fish. They are also found in some vegetable oils, nuts, seeds and soy foods.

  • Vitamin and Mineral Needs of Athletes

    Although some research suggests high activity levels in athletes may increase their vitamin needs, there are no official guidelines for vitamin recommendations specific to athletes at this time.

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