Too much garlic

Garlic (Allium Sativum)

Garlic (Allium Sativum) is a bulbous plant. It can reach the height of up to 4.5 feet. Garlic is considered a spice, vegetable, and medicine. It is native to central Asia, Africa and Europe. Its use has been tracked back as far as 7000 years.  ...  read more

Too much ice cream

too much of ice cream

Ice cream is a frozen soft food made from sweetened and flavored milk fat. It is often combined with a variety of ingredients to produce different flavors. Ice cream products can also be categorized into products such as frozen yogurt, sorbet, frozen custard and gelato. ...  read more

Too much Milk of Magnesia (laxative)

Milk of Magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) is commonly used as a laxative or an antacid. The effect is a dosage dependent. It is sold in form of capsules, liquids and chewable tablets as a medicinal aid for constipation or a heartburn. ...  read more

Too much fish oil (omega-3 oil)

Fish Oil (an omega-3 oil) is an extract from the tissues of oily fish. Fish Oils composed of omega-3 fatty acids known as EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). These compounds were found to reduce inflammation and provide other health benefits. ...  read more

Too much red meat

too much red meat, beef

Red meat is a term that came from a culinary industry. It refers to all meat that is red uncooked and does not appear white after being cooked. The common red meats being consumed in western part of the world are beef, lamb, goat, horse, goose, duck, pork and other livestock animals. ...  read more

Too much potassium

Too much potassium

Potassium is a vital mineral to human body’s functions. Naturally, potassium can only be found in ionic salts and is a component of many mineral compounds. ...  read more

Too much antioxidants

too much antioxidants use

Antioxidants are molecules that prevent an oxidation process of other molecules. Excessive oxidation can create a significant amount of free radicals and can start reactions resulting in healthy cell damage or cellular death. On the contrary, even though oxidation process can be damaging, it is vital to healthy functions of an immune system. ...  read more

Too much vitamin E

Vitamin E overdose

Vitamin E is a composite of fat-soluble substance that consists of both tocopherols and tocotrienols. It participates in a wide array of biological mechanisms including but not limited to antioxidation that protects healthy cells from damage, enzymatic role in smooth muscle growth, gene expression to assist with connective tissue health and wound healing, neurological activities and cellular communication. ...  read more

Too much vitamin D

too much vitamin D RDA

Vitamin D is a group of vitamins that are fat-soluble and classified as secosteroids. The most prevalent function of vitamin D group is to facilitate an intestinal absorption of phosphate and calcium. It also contributes to the skin health and helps dealing with skin conditions such as psoriasis, scaling red patches including but to limited to face, scalp, ears and genitalia. ...  read more