During the clinical trial, researchers discovered that daily ginger supplement intake over seven days (20 mg of gingerols/day) by healthy volunteers increased the levels of a chemical called cAMP within neutrophils.
The new study, published in the The New England Journal of Medicine, advances scientific understanding on this subject. It showed that compared to placebo, supplemental vitamin D3 (2000 IU/day) did not reduce total, non-vertebral, or hip fractures.
Although a severe vitamin D deficiency raises the risk of health issues like diabetes, heart disease, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer, magnesium plays a crucial role as a mineral that regulates blood pressure, which is crucial for women over 40.
With ballooning adoption rates of health & wellness supplements in India, sub-par products have found a foothold because they are easy to develop, quick to manufacture & presented at a low cost. But experts feel that not for long.