It’s probably an illusion that Americans are well-nourished. We may be overfed, but not with substantial nutrients. Chances are that most Americans are not getting all the nutritional support they need to maintain good health from their diets alone. Dietary surveys indicate that 30–50 percent of the total caloric intake of the
typical American is made up of highly processed, adulterated and nutrient-deficient foods. White flour has been deprived of 60 percent of its original calcium, 71 percent of phosphorus, 75 percent of iron, 67 percent of copper and 85 percent of manganese. The loss of vitamins is similar.
The National Research Council’s Committee on Diet and Health has stated, “A comprehensive review… indicates that diet influences the risk of several major chronic diseases.”
Studies show that health and longevity are increased by avoiding smoking, drinking moderate amounts of alcohol or none at all, controlling weight, reducing stress, exercising regularly and eating a well-balanced diet.
Learn to eat smart The first step to eating smart is making sure your diet includes sufficient amounts of fiber and other essential nutrients, and restricting the amounts of fat and refined sugar and flour that you consume.
The American Cancer Society recognizes a relationship between certain types of cancer and the way people eat. Most people should eat as varied a diet as possible and become better acquainted with all kinds of fresh vegetables, fruits, fish, poultry, eggs, 100 percent whole grains, nuts and seeds.
The American Heart Association proposes that total fat intake should be less than 30 percent of total calories consumed. Saturated fat intake should be as low as possible and polyunsaturated fat should be less than 10 percent. Amounts of monounsaturated fat can be as high as desired as long as it doesn’t increase total fat intake to more than 30 percent of daily calories.
Nature’s Sunshine provides products aimed at increasing the levels of general nutrition for all the systems in the body. Make sure that you are getting the nutrients you need.
|Multi Vit & Min||Vitamins||Minerals||Enzymes|
|Super Supplemental. Super Trio Multiple V&M, SynerPro Multiple V&M –T/R Nature’s Prenatal Solstic Twenty-Four |
GreenZone VitaWave, Liquid
|Methyl Combo Methyl Liquid B12 Nutri Calm Niacin Pantothenic Acid Vitamin A & D Vitamin B-Complex Vitamin B6 Vitamin C, Ascorbates Vitamin C, Chewable |
Vitamin C, Citrus Bioflavonoids Vitamin C, T/R Vitamin D3
Vitamin E w/Selenium
|CA-Herbal Calcium– SynerPro |
Calcium Plus D Chromium GTF Coral Calcium Nature’s Sea Calcium Potassium Combination Ionic Minerals Magnesium Complex Mineral Chi Tonic Herbal Trace Mineral Zinc
|Food Enzymes – all digestion |
Hi Lapse fat digestion Lactose Plus
dairy digestion Nattozimes Plus
PDA hydrochloric acid
Protease H/P– Incomplete digestion Protease Plus – Incomplete digestion
|Others||Essential Fatty Acids||Antioxidants||Probiotics||Fiber|
Aloe Vera Juice Bee Pollen Bilberry Black Walnut Chlorophyll Eleuthero Grapine w/Protectors Kidney Activator Liver Balance Nature’s Noni
Rose Hips Spirulina Stress-J Super Algae Thyroid Activator
|Krill Oil w/K2 Super GLA Super Omega-3 Flaxseed DHA||Thai-Go|
|Bacillus Coagulans |
1 billion units. Bifidophilus Flora Force® – 4 strains of bacteria Eleven Elevated
30 billion of 11 strains Nattozimes Plus – circulatory. fibrin Probiotics Eleven
11 strains of bacteria
|Everybody’s Fib – problem colons Psyllium Hulls Combination |
soluble & insoluble Nature’s Three balance blood sugar
LOCLO Maintains cholesterol Slippery Elm – children
grabs fat from meals or body
Protein Powders Love and Peas Nature’s Harvest Nutri Burn SmartMeals
There are many more products that can work that aren’t listed in this article.
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Karen Olerich, Herb Specialist
Phone: (719) 495-4930