all natural multi-vitamins and minerals
Ask yourself “do I need multivitamins and minerals ? the short answer, 95% of the time would be NO. But in today’s non stop world, to manage to eat a balanced diet with the five daily portions of fruit and vegatables recommended can be an up hill struggle, especially for those that live alone.
Have you ever taken multi vitamins and mineral supplements for a week or so then thought, “well, I don’t feel any better?”
Well vitamins are not likely to make you feel better in the short term, they are not a drug, they aren’t a “booster”,In fact to take excessive amounts (always follow the directions on the label) can be harmful. Vitamins are the very basic building blocks required, for a strong, healthy, disease free body. And should be consumed consistently over lifetime to have the proper effect.
Vitamins should be taken every day in the right balance and quantities. If we need to address the imbalance in our body between the “positive” the anti-oxidants, and the “negative” free radicals, to reduce the effects of oxidative stress and the causes of degenerative diseases
Which are the important vitamins to take and what is the right combination and balance of vitamin A, B12, C, D, E and K? and where can we find them in an all natural forms?
Trace minerals in plants, fruit and vegetables are the best organic multivitamin brand you could take for instance the two main vitamins found in sweet potatoes are vitamin A and vitamin B (1) (2) (3) (5) (6) & (9).
and for Minerals, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Zinc. What vitamins and minerals are in bananas? Well again its vitamin A and vitamin B (1) (2) (3) (5) (6) & (9) and for Minerals, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Zinc. Both these plants contain the starch, sugars, dietary fibre, fat and protein necessary for a balanced and healthy body.
The seven major vitamins & minerals, namely phosphorous, calcium, sodium, potassium, chlorine, sulphur and magnesium. Some trace minerals are considered “essential” in human nutrition, and they include iron, iodine, cobalt (from vitamin B12), chromium, selenium, copper, fluorine, manganese, zinc and molybdenum.
If you aren’t getting your quota of the above minerals & multivitamins then its important to supplement your diet on a regular basis, even if they are seen to beless than all natural. Search for the fruit or vegetable desired in Wikipedia, find the table of nutritional information on the right hand side and calculate from there.
The human machine needs a liberal supply of these nutrients available at all times. Water-soluble vitamins like vitamin C are eliminated in sweat and urine and must be regularly replenished.
I’m sort of a vitamin nut, have tried them all, from Centrum to generic wannabes, to natural vitamins. I definitely see a difference when I take vitamins — in order to get everything you need from food alone, you’d have to spend all day … Multivitamins typically contain too little calcium because calcium takes up a lot of space. It seems to me that it would be easy to put a real RDA of calcium into two tablespoons of liquid.
I guess in the future they will come out with a protein in a pill and call it a new drug then ban food all together. I guess the book natural cures they don’t want you to know about isn’t all b.s. When is somebody going to stand up to … These results are not at all surprising for several reasons. No large study has shown that multivitamins significantly benefit healthy men and women.
Even physical and mental processes can deplete natural vitamin and mineral stores. In order to better understand what fuels us, here is some current research.Mail this post