Unlocking the mystery of heart health and vitamins
Don't waste your money on cheap vitamins.
Mom always said, “Be sure to take your vitamins.” In spite of the “vitamins will just give you expensive urine” critics, Mom was right again.
The latest scientific research is proving that good health is dependent on getting the right combination of high quality vitamins.
David Heber, M.D., Ph.D., of the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of California, Los Angeles says,
“We now have a substantial body of data showing that if everyone took a few supplements every day, they could significantly lower their risk of a multitude of serious diseases."
Some vitamin detractors still insist that we will get all the vitamins and minerals we need by eating a balanced diet. In theory this may be true. But the odds are only slightly better than winning the lottery without buying a ticket.
In Department of Agriculture studies of 50,000 persons performed in the 1980's, not one person was getting the RDA of the 10 essential vitamins. And in many cases the RDA provides only a small fraction of what is necessary for optimum health.
Are natural vitamins as effective as synthetic ingredients? The answer is an unequivocal yes and no. Natural vitamins are derived from food sources and synthetic vitamins are created in the laboratory. Under controlled conditions synthetic vitamins work just like the natural ingredients.
don’t live in a perfect world.