Beta and alpha carotene first came to attention in the 1980s, and they’re one of the world’s most studied antioxidants. Get all the facts here.
Three new studies reveal how important one vitamin is for relieving chronic pain and actually prolonging our lives. Unfortunately, we aren’t getting enough.
Are you a non-meat eater? Our own Dr. Lindsey offers some suggestions for getting important omega-3s without needing fish or fish products.
Think of any body function and it’s likely that manganese has a hand in the production. Find out more with our Manganese Facts sheet.
Also known as Vitamin B2, riboflavin is one of the B complex vitamins involved in many basic metabolic functions. Get all your riboflavin facts here.
Zinc is an essential trace element for all forms of life and plays an important role in the structure of proteins and cell membranes. Get your zinc facts here.
Here are some fast calcium facts and a list of food — besides milk — where you can find them.
Find out how the SuperFoods doctors compare yesteryear’s fruits and vegetables to today’s.
We’ve all heard that dairy products contain calcium, but what if you don’t eat it? Here are some top non-dairy sources of calcium to check out.
Polyphenols are critically important because they are anti-inflammatory, antioxidants, anti-bacterial, and more. Get the polyphenols facts — Game of Thrones style.