Organic whole food vitamins are the most convenient way to ensure a healthy, balanced diet with all the nutrients your body needs to operate efficiently. Yet the worst part is, man has the ability to make these items then, put them in our food and even our vitamins. If you consider an example: it is known that tomatoes are good for health as they are rich in Vitamins C and E. But to get your full quota of these vitamins you would have to eat nearly a dozen tomatoes everyday, which is not possible.\n\nIn addition, in our sedentary lifestyle our bodies actually need less food than when we lived and worked each day on the farm, yet we still eat more because of lack of proper nutrients, abundance of easily obtained processed food and other psychological conditions such as stress eating.\n\nOn the other hand if, for whatever reason, it is not possible for you to eat enough whole foods in your daily meals than a supplement may very well be right for you. This non-toxic nutrient-rich produce is made into supplements, which are clinically designed to target nutritional deficiencies that affect various parts of our bodies.\n\nNumerous studies and articles have proven that daily consumption of synthetic vitamins ‘from A-Z’ create toxic and adverse reactions in the body. At a bare minimum, I suggest a whole-food multivitamin with chelated minerals, probiotics, digestive enzymes, and phytonutrients.\n\nAdditionally, different fruits and vegetables contain different vitamins which are often shown through the different bright colors that they have. When you avoid taking in harmful chemicals such as those in food preservatives, flavorings, flavor enhancers and ‘synthetic vitamin additives’, you’ll not only reduce your intake of toxins.
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). Zinc can be found in wholegrains and […]