Posted by Joshua Peschko on April 01, 2012 0 Comments
Now, two researchers offer a new theory: vitamin D deficiency. In his high-latitude home in Austria, Mozart was probably running low on the sunshine vitamin for half the year. That deficiency may have put the musician at risk for many of the illnesses he suffered from.
If only Mozart had known about vitamin D and had access to supplements, he could have doubled his lifetime's output of work, mused William Grant, a retired NASA atmospheric physicist who has been following vitamin D research with great interest for the past decade. And, he argued, the same goes for several other famous musicians who died at young ages.
Posted by Joshua Peschko on July 11, 2011 0 Comments
I’m excited to be the first of many voices from b.cuz that you will hear on this blog, each of who will provide you with a unique voice and perspective.
We’re introducing the b.cuz b.log at a thrilling moment for our company. With a newly designed website and a bevy of sensational products on the horizon, a number of outstanding partnerships, not to mention some awesome writers lined up from a variety of backgrounds, this blog is sure to entertain.
Our goal is to use the b.cuz b.log and our other social media outlets to show you who we are, what we do, and why it matters to you, while allowing you to connect with us in new and creative ways. And while the act of starting a blog is hardly novel, we hope it imparts our commitment to achieving the level of transparency, engagement, and accessibility that you should expect from your vitamin company. This is just the first example of what we will be bringing you through this blog. Be sure to subscribe to our updates so you don’t miss it all as it happens!
Here’s to your health!