This collection of fact sheets and other resources from the NIH Office of Dietary Supplements and other federal government sources presents information about dietary supplements and their ingredients. These include vitamins, minerals, herbs and botanicals, probiotics, and more. Many of these resources are available in versions written for consumers (in both English and Spanish) and also for health professionals.
Calcium-rich foods include milk, cheese, and yogurt; vegetables like kale, broccoli, and Chinese cabbage; and canned sardines and salmon with soft bones that you eat.
You can get recommended amounts of choline by eating a variety of foods.
Chromium is a mineral found in many foods.
- Cobalamin (see Vitamin B12)
Nuts are a rich source of
STEP ONE: YOUR FREE CONSULTATION
Great news: CoolSculpting is a non-surgical, noninvasive treatment with minimal downtime! First, you’ll come in and meet with one of our fabulous team members for a complimentary consultation, where you’ll discuss what areas you’re looking to target and we’ll assess whether you’re a candidate and develop a customized treatment plan for you.
STEP TWO: YOUR TREATMENT
When you arrive for your first treatment, you’ll change into some (super-cute) disposable undergarments and get comfy in one of our cozy treatment rooms. Then, your Clinician will place the CoolSculpting applicator on the area of pinchable fat you’re trying to target. The fat bulge is drawn up into the applicator via a powerful vacuum suction and controlled cooling within the applicator is activated. You’ll feel the area getting cold for the first few minutes, but most patients find it normalizes for the majority of their experience.
Ironman Florida: Chris Nikic made history as the first person with Down syndrome to complete triathlon
Nikic completed the race in 16 hours 46 minutes and 9 seconds — 14 minutes under the 17-hour cutoff time.