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The internet has revolutionized access to health information, providing unprecedented opportunities to explore and delve into healthcare and medical-related subjects. It is truly remarkable to think that just fifty years ago, such possibilities were relegated to the realm of science fiction movies or the pages of Marvel comics.

That said, it can be confusing for the average person to navigate the 'healthcare universe'. With numerous myths and misleading information prevalent on social media, advertisements, and even AI-powered sites (e.g. ChatGPT, Copilot, Gemini), it can be difficult to differentiate between credible and unreliable sources, especially when mixed with marketing narratives.

This resource page aims to provide independent, unbiased, and consumer-focused health information. We understand that it can be overwhelming for consumers to sift through the vast amount of information available online, especially if they do not have a background in medicine. 

That's why we offer a network of consumer-centric wellness and health information guides and resources that provide high-value information and independent insights to consumers. We have an cumulative experience in the healthcare industry of more than 30 years and are committed to providing reliable information that may be difficult to find elsewhere. 

We have curated a comprehensive list of online resources in a single location for your convenience, empowering you to conduct thorough research online. We sincerely hope that you find these resources valuable in your quest for knowledge.

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Vitamins and Supplements 101

Diets are composed of nutrients: macronutrients (protein, fats, carbohydrates, and alcohol) and the micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, trace elements and phytonutrients). Food also contains many non-nutritional, but biologically active substances. These include toxins and contaminants, such as alkaloids and aflatoxins, which are detrimental to health, as well as constituents, such as phytochemicals, that may be health-promoting. As consumers we do not eat nutrients, but meals and foods. These are the components of diet that are most meaningful to the public and usually the basis of food choice.

Note for healthcare professionals: Virtual groups and internet forums—such as those hosted by International College of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine at ICHNFM.ORG—can provide access to an assembly of international professional peers wherein sharing of clinical questions and experiences are synergistic. This guide is not intended to extensively cover all aspects of clinical medicine, such as clinical pharmacology and prescribing (for which we recommend Epocrates.com and its associated app) and medical management (for which we recommend 5-Minute Clinical Consult via website, and app). However, it's also recommended that you do your own research with PubMed, Google Scholar and DuckDuckGo as some of the guides are not updated.

The micronutrients are by definition required in small amounts. Many are essential as they cannot be made in the human body. They include vitamins, minerals and trace elements. Vitamins are a group of organic compounds that have a variety of functions in the body and that are chemically different from each other. To show that a compound is a vitamin it is necessary to show a deficiency in experimental subjects and restoring the missing compound can reverse the deficiency. The name ‘vitamin’ is derived from ‘vital amine’; as the name suggests these essential compounds were initially thought to be amines.
Amines are organic compounds that contain a lone pair nitrogen atom. 

Vitamins can be divided into fat-soluble and water-soluble groups; vitamins A, D, E and K are fat-soluble and may be stored in the body, the remainder being water soluble and the body has limited or no stores.

Consuming a balanced diet composed of fresh, whole and organic foods is the best health strategy that everyone should implement. However, not everyone is able to eat healthy at all times. For example, some people, despite their best effort, are unable to prepare home-cooked meals daily, meaning they sometimes have to resort to processed foods or restaurant meals.

Another reason is that there is problem with our current food supply – something that many health experts refuse to consider. Due to poor agriculture practices, plus the abundance of toxic pollutants in soils and waterways, the food we’re consuming right now is no longer as nutritious as it was many generations ago.

In both these cases, taking a supplement may be a wise decision.


Diet and Nutrition 101

Navigating through the multitude of available diet and nutrition related information can be an overwhelming task, as it can be challenging to determine which one is the right fit for you. It's important to recognize that much of the information available online is influenced by large corporations and mainstream media, which can provide valuable insights but may also present biased or superficial content.

Differentiating between accurate and unreliable information can be difficult, especially with the proliferation of myths and misinformation on social media platforms, wellness advertisements, and even artificially generated content and websites.

At One Day MD, we strive to provide an independent and unbiased platform for health information. With our collective experience of over 30 years in the healthcare industry, we are committed to delivering reliable information that may be harder to find elsewhere.

To simplify your journey, we have curated a comprehensive list of popular diet guides and organized them in one place. This allows you to review and compare various options conveniently. By exploring these resources, you can gain a better understanding of different diets and make an informed decision based on your specific needs and lifestyle.

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