Introductory article - Know Yourself - August 16, 2019
Ultra trace elements may be required as dietary essentials. Part 2 discusses vanadium, aluminium, bromine, germanium, cadmium, lithium, lead, rubidium and tin.
Indepth article - Know Yourself - August 09, 2019
Ultra-trace elements, such as arsenic which is known to be toxic, may be dietary essentials. However, research into their essentiality is limited and human requirement may only be estimated or suspected for some elements. Learn more.
Indepth article - Know Yourself - August 02, 2019
Your kidneys have a significant role in homeostasis by ridding your body of excess nutrients and potentially toxic compounds produced during your metabolic processes. Malfunctioning kidneys are a serious health risk: how healthy are your kidneys?
Indepth article - Eat Well - May 24, 2019
There are thousands of food additives available and many, but not all, have been approved for use in food preparation and preservation. While offering a variety of benefits, what are the health costs associated with some food additives?
Introductory article - Know Yourself - May 10, 2019
Chromium has been identified as an essential trace mineral and is thought to be involved in glucose metabolism. What else is known about this metal mineral and how much do you need each day?