We all want to be healthier these days. You don’t have to go to your local produce market and you can enjoy all of the benefits of fruits and vegetables which may be out of season. When you cannot seem to think of ‘that word’ to finish your sentence or when you have that “2:30” feeling and all you want to do is Nothing, these experiences could all have been avoided by simply eating foods that are alive with vital nutrients.\n\nSince the vitamin B12 cannot be produced by vegetable sources, deficiency in this nutrient is of particular concern for vegetarians, who need to get it by consuming supplements or fortified breakfast cereals to avoid possible ill consequences on health.\n\nThe easiest way to maintain levels is with whole food supplements for rapid absorption. Some vitamin supplements contain more than the recommended daily intake. The easiest way to consume calcium that the body will recognize as food is to take whole food supplements.\n\nIf your objective is optimum health, it is important to make sure you eat fruits and vegetables which have been freshly picked. While it’s always good to add more raw fruits and vegetables to your diet, whole food supplements let you get more of the nutrition you need even when you can’t manage to eat as healthy as you’d like.\n\nTo add insult to injury, a recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition under the unimaginative title of “Ascorbic Acid Supplementation Does Not Attenuate Post-Exercise Muscle Soreness Following Muscle-Damaging Exercise But May Delay The Recovery Process” indicated that supplementation with anti-oxidants from synthetic sources may reverse many of the beneficial effects of physical training.
It seems that hardly a week passes without another food scare story or the publication of a new food nutrition study (usually contradicting the findings a previous one). • Go for the whole foods instead […]