Vitamins Might Well Have A Downside, Studies Suggest

San Antonio Nutritionist Talks Vitamins

From the Express-News, “Vitamins might well have a downside, studies suggest”

and since everyone who lives in a city is breathing polluted air, studies saythat you should stop breathing immediately! ;o)

Here we go again.  A San Antonio Nutritionist says thebest way to get the nutrients you need is a healthy diet.  The problem isthat 95% of the American public does not have a healthy diet.  Even thosewho think they do, fall well short of daily needs, especially if they aredeficient, because our foods do not provide it to us.  For example, if youwere a child in the fifties, the produce you ate gave you 6-7 times thevitamins and minerals you would get from the same type of produce you wouldconsume today.  A multivitamin will never bridge that gap. SanAntonio Nutritionist also says a vitamin regimen should be customizedspecifically for an individual, based on age, diet, sex, geneticpredisposition, etc.  Blood, urine and genetic testing can give you a veryexact road map to health  your health, not some generalized charactertaking a “multi”.

 

Talk To Your San Antonio Nutritionist Today

Yes, vitamins can interfere with medical procedures, drugs and even othervitamins.  For example, I would never recommend Vit E, copper and iron betaken together, unless free radical damage is your intent.  That is whyyou seek out a credentialed San Antonio Nutritionist for help.  I wouldalso never recommend taking the type of Vit E or even Vit A as it was used inthe study that concluded that they increased health risks!  The studydesigners were either ignorant of basic nutritional tenets, or had an agenda topromote.

And yes, if a person can honestly say their parents and grandparents died intheir 80’s or 90’s without any health problems (sounds oxymoronic to me), they still need to supplement basedon their personal genetic weaknesses and environment.

Doreen A. Lewis, DC, DACBN, DABCI

For more information on vitamins, call your San Antonio Nutritionist at (210) 490-9169

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