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Why should you use nutritional supplements?

Why should you use nutritional supplements? For the past 50 years or more, the public has believed that the level of RDA nutrients is adequate. But is it sufficient to prevent clinically apparent nutritional deficiencies?

Why should you use nutritional supplements?

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The RDA is recommended for dietary allowances for an average daily intake level sufficient to meet the requirements of nearly all healthy individuals of a given life stage and gender group.

The RDA is by definition the lowest level of nutritional intake necessary to prevent deficiency. It is also clearly important for helping individuals avoid acute deficiency diseases, but it fails to address the problem of optimal nutrition.

With the RDA, it is great to be so successful in reducing acute illness. However, other questions arise is the vitamin and mineral RDA level sufficient to prevent degenerative diseases?

Many degenerative and chronic diseases develop over a lifetime, hitting otherwise healthy individuals when they least expect it. The minimum intakes at this point may not be sufficient to meet the challenges of the modern lifestyle.

In the event that I eat a sound eating routine, do I actually require supplements?

Note that a healthy diet is a necessary foundation for any optimal nutrition program and there is no substitute for healthy eating.

From the Journal of American Medical Associations publishing two separate articles in 2002 and 2012 as follows:

Article 1: Vitamins for the prevention of chronic diseases in adults. These independent researchers concluded through their research that:

“... Suboptimal intake of certain vitamins, above the levels that would normally cause vitamin deficiencies, is a risk factor for chronic disease and common in the general population, especially the elderly. Suboptimal levels of folic acid, along with suboptimal levels of Vitamins B6 and B12, a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, neural tube defects, colon and breast cancer; low levels of vitamin D contribute to osteoporosis and fractures; and low levels of antioxidant vitamins (vitamins A, E, and C) may increase the risk of several diseases chronic.”

Article 2: "Multivitamins in the prevention of cancer in men".

"An everyday multivitamin supplement essentially yet unassumingly lessens in general disease risk during a middle of 11 years of treatment and follow-up. Albeit the essential justification for taking a multivitamin is to forestall healthful inadequacies, these information offer help for the expected utilization of multivitamins as dietary enhancements. in the avoidance of malignant growth."

From the two articles I have shared by the American Medical Associations that taking nutritional supplements reduces the risk of degenerative diseases and my personal view that the optimal nutrients from a healthy diet may not be enough to prevent degenerative diseases that may occur to you.

What is the right supplement for me?

There are thousands of supplement brands selling from drugstores to retail stores and you are definitely not sure which brand you want to go for or what needs you have for yourself.

Here's a little sharing with you from my personal point of view that firstly understanding what kind of supplement the supplement is off the shelf and secondly knowing your needs is very important. In case you have no idea what you really need, maybe you can consider getting a health and wellness consultant you can consider or you can message me here as I will definitely be happy to help you.

Another source you can consider is a comparative guide to nutritional supplement books and I highly recommend NutriSearch. Originally written by Lyle MacWilliam, a former Canadian Member of Parliament and Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, this book provides comprehensive market research on more than 1,600 nutritional supplements in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Colombia

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