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5 things that can help to boost your immune system during the coronavirus outbreak, and 5 that won’t
Miracle cures like colloidal silver, mineral solution or superfoods can't boost your immune system. Your best bet is sleep, exercise and vitamin D.
Some wellness brands are advertising vitamins and herbal supplements to boost your immune system but they aren't proven to prevent the coronavirus.
If you feel a cold coming on, you should get enough sleep, stay hydrated, and take supplements like zinc or elderberry. Here's why.
Electrolyte drinks and supplements aren’t doing as much good as you think after exercising, according to a study
New research by Stanford University suggests electrolyte drinks aren't enough to rebalance your sodium levels during an endurance event.
The keto diet wreaks havoc on your body — here’s how to make sure you don’t become nutrient-deficient
The ketogenic diet can reduce your body's levels of potassium, sodium, fiber, and magnesium. Here's how to make sure you're getting enough of each.
There’s even more evidence that taking supplements is a waste of money — and could be harmful to your health
A new study found that nutritional supplements don't offer health benefits, and could even be harmful.
A new study from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands suggested that having high levels of vitamin B12 isn't as good as it sounds.
Former Navy SEAL officer John "Jocko" Willink said getting fit means making time for it, even if that means waking up before 6 am to do burpees.
Like many supplements that claim to have great health benefits, supplements marketed toward male fertility have been found to do nothing at all.
Probiotics are expensive and typically useless, while alkaline water likely doesn't have more health benefits than tap water, experts say.