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"I feel back to myself. I feel 100%, so I'm happy."
Elaine's massive food cravings, cramping, and acne made it seem like her PMS lasted all month long. Now she feels great and without the salt, so is her blood pressure.
How Much Vitamin D Does A Woman Need?
November 18, 2011
The media doesn’t seem capable of telling the truth about supplements (or, perhaps, of telling truth from fiction when it comes to supplements).