Good Health Requires Taking Nutritional Supplements Daily-crycry

By , July 24, 2018 1:16 pm

Adding dietary nutritional supplements to our diets has for years been advocated by nutritionists and nutritional research scientists. Now, the American Medical Association has reversed its long held policy regarding the need for nutritional supplements. The AMA now recommends daily use of these nutrients they had previously considered unnecessary for health. Doctors now recognize the absolute need for everyone to take dietary nutritional supplements every day. The AMA has finally recognized and accepted the preponderance of data that proves a direct link proving that the nutrients in our diets are so poor that they are a major cause of our diseases. Our bodies are "closed systems"; that is, every nutrient needed for growth, health, wellness, and even survival must come from the food we eat. Because of this we must look at the foods we eat as a measure of our health, especially our long term health. As early as 1936 the Government reported on the impact of depleted soils. One excerpt from this report states: "It is bad news to learn from our leading authorities that 99% of the American people are deficient in these minerals, and that a marked deficiency in anyone of the more important minerals actually results in disease. Any upset of the balance, any considerable lack of one or another element, however microscopic the body requirement may be, and we sicken, suffer, and shorten our lives." Diseases that we know today to be the leading cause of death; heart disease, cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, etc., were virtually unknown 50 years ago. Leading research scientists have demonstrated a direct link between these diseases and the food we eat. Their virtually unanimous conclusion is that we simply do not get sufficient nutrients today necessary for a healthy long life. Their conclusion is now supported by the AMA. To overcome the deficiencies their recommendation is to add nutritional supplements to everyone’s daily diet. While the most commonly recognized nutritional supplements are vitamins, many more nutrients are classified as nutritional supplements. They include: 1) Minerals, 2) Amino acids, 3) Enzymes, 4) Essential fatty acids, 5) Fiber The basic problem is that the only source of these nutrients that are absolutely essential for our health and wellbeing is the food we eat. The primary source of vitamins, minerals and amino acids that our bodies need for good health come from our farm soils. Today these are so depleted of nutrients that we simply don’t get what we need. On top of that, the way we cook our food destroys any enzymes that might be available. Any cooking above 119 degrees F destroys enzymes. The bottom line is that our food no longer is capable of providing the essential elements our bodies need. A large portion of Americans acknowledges some vitamin or mineral deficiency. Over 43% of Americans now take some form of nutritional supplements and this number is growing as the population ages. One of the leading factors driving this is that we "just don’t feel right". We feel tired, run down, exhausted. We don’t necessarily know why we feel this way but taking a vitamin seems to improve the condition. More often our choice of vitamin is based on some advertisement that seemed to address and describe our symptoms. We did right by realizing that we had a nutritional deficient. Unfortunately, we probably did not go far enough in our solution. Because all of our nutrients come from the same source, the soils of our farms, is it realistic to believe that our food is deficient in only one or two nutrients? Our government, nutritionists, nutritional research scientists, and now the AMA are all in agreement that our food can no longer provide the nutrients our bodies need. All recommend taking dietary nutritional supplements on a daily basis. It is time that we re-think our approach to nutritional supplements. If we accept that our food is deficient in nutrients, we must acknowledge that it is deficient in most nutrients. Picking and choosing specific vitamins is not the solution. Only a complete nutritional supplement will provide all the nutrients we need to improve our health and lead a long life. About the Author: PaulWallace has researched the benefits of nutritional supplements. The deeper he looks, the more he is convinced that everybody can benefit from them. Receive a FREE 10 part mini-course on the nutrients required for health, visit send me the course Article Published On: – – – – – – – – – – 相关的主题文章:

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