Every body is different in how they absorb vitamins and minerals; how they absorb the vitamins from the foods they eat, their size, their age, the infections they battle, what their body needs more of at this time, etc. What is written on the bottle may not be adequate or be too much for an individual. Excessive intake of supplements are peed out and others are not so as they accumulate (usually in the liver) these become detrimental to the body. They must be kept in balance.
Vitamins, minerals, herbs,
medications, etc. cannot always be taken together for numerous reasons
that would be detrimental or not as effective. Some are to be taken before
meals, others, after meals, and some apart from each other.
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taken: All B's
altogether immediately after a meal.
Vitamin C is at its best when taken alone or along with MSM one hour away from other vitamins and minerals. Reason "buffered" are inefficient to most.
Vitamin E d-tocopherol likes to be taken 2 hours away from other vitamins and minerals.
Vitamin D taken alone or with Magnesium,Manganese, Selenium, and Calcium..
Minerals: Chloride, Sodium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium,Manganese, Selenium, zinc, and Calcium taken altogether.
required for a healthy mind and body.
Vitamin A, D, and K as well as some coQ10 are stored in the body,while the other vitamins leave the body daily. People most often poison themselves with vitamin A taking supplements of more the 400mcg daily along with the amount they get from their foods, their Omega's and failing to read label contents in other supplements. Adding too much vitamin A to a toxic liver can quickly produce self induced ill. Research overdoses. Vitamins are found in vegetables. The body assimilates this way the best.Yet most people need to supplement with bottled vitamins to be balanced. A vitamin works best when all other vitamins are present and in balance.
A retinol/beta carotene food supplements Food sources: fish oils, oily
fish, eggs, whole milk, butter, yogurt, cheese, cream, organ meats, dark
green, yellow and orange fruits and vegetables. * Zinc is necessary for
vitamin A to be released from the liver. ***Over-dose toxicity
will cause dizziness, headaches, nausea, headaches, bone problems and other.
MSM is a natural occurring
sulfur compound found in the tissues and fluids of all living organisms.
It is known for aiding in joint health but has also been shown to support
liver detoxification and provide other health benefits.
required by the body to perform functions such as build bones, transmit
nerve impulses, make hormones and maintain a normal heartbeat. Some are
found in vegetables yet most people need to supplement'..
Toxicity can result with excessives of minerals.Most common self-induced illness from copper,
Calcium Food sources: kelp tablets or powder, brewer's yeast, molasses, milk, cheese, yogurt, broccoli, peas and beans, pulses, green leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds.
*** Signs of excess: I Irregular heart beat, frequent urination, loss of appetite, and more. Do your research
Chromium Note: Brewer's yeast contains the most active and easily utilized form of chromium, known as chromium GTF (glucose tolerance factor). Food sources: molasses, brewer's yeast, wheat germ, whole grains, cheese, black pepper, vegetables.
** The contraceptive pill and pregnancy increase copper levels, and can produce zinc deficiency, causing depression. ** Excessive copper, particularly combined with zinc and/or manganese deficiency has been associated with mental illness.
Food sources: molasses, peas, beans, pulses, green vegetables, nuts (particularly brazil nuts), organ meats, seafood, dried fruit, pulses.
Food sources: seafood, kelp tablets or powder, salt (iodized), dark green leafy vegetables, onions, eggs, whole grains, milk and milk products, meat.** Excess causes many seIf induced illness with palpitations, irritability, imbalance of thyroid, sweating, seizures and many, many more symptoms.Do your research.
Food sources: molasses, brewer's yeast, wheat germ, whole grains, kelp (tablets or powder), eggs, fish, organ meats, peas, beans, pulses, parsley, vegetables, muscle meats, poultry, nuts.*** Toxiciy symptoms Joint pain, stomach bleeding,liver damage, shortness of breath, and many more symptoms. Do your research.
Food sources: molasses, kelp (tablets or powder), wheat germ, whole grains, dark leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds, bran, eggs, seafood, spinach, tuna fish * Since vitamins B1 and B6 are dependent upon magnesium, some of the symptoms may actually be those of vitamin B1 or B6 deficiency, due to a lack of available magnesium.
* * * Magnesium deficiency may cause confusion, disorientation, loss of appetite, depression, muscle contractions and cramps, tingling, numbness, abnormal heart rhythms, coronary spasm, migraines and seizures.
Food sources: brewer's yeast, seeds, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, parsley, bananas, pineapple, egg yolks, peas, beans, pulses, liver, nuts.Can cause toxicity. This mineral is often lacking in those of zoonotic infections am must only be taken in tiny amount.
found in legumes, cereal products, and leafy vegetables,** Can cause toxicity. Rare.
Note: Phosphorus is usually plentiful in the average diet Food sources: brewer's yeast, whole grains, seeds, nuts, eggs, fish, meat, poultry, cheese, milk, yogurt.*** Can cause over dose. Do your research.
Note: magnesium deficiency can cause potassium to leach from the cells.Food sources: molasses, brewer's yeast, wheat germ, whole grains, fruit, vegetables,
nuts.*** Can cause over dose.
What it does: protects cells against oxidative damage, preserves tissue elasticity, pancreatic function. Food sources: brewer's yeast, wheat germ, whole grains, fish, eggs, nuts (particularly brazil nuts), liver, garlic.***Over-dose fairly common and causes many symptoms such as breathing difficulties, kidney and impaired liver and much more. If you are taking it do your research of symptoms of overdose.
Note: sodium is normally plentiful in the average diet, and excessive sodium can increase blood pressure. Food sources: salt, milk, cheese, seafood.*** Over-dose can cause edema, blood pressure imbalance and more. Do your research.
Note: zinc is much better absorbed from meat than vegetable sources; breast milk is high in easily absorb-able zinc. Food sources: muscle and organ meats, poultry, egg yolk, seafood, wheat germ, brewer's yeast, sunflower seeds, nuts, whole grains, pulses, fruit,vegetables. *** Over-dose can suppress the immune system, cause intestinal bleeding, headaches and much more.
Copper: A rare deficiency. *** Toxicity over-dose:: Severe on ill livers. Abdominal pain, headaches, fatigue, dizziness, weakness, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and much more. Do your research!!!
Chloride : can cause overdose. Do your research.
Fluoride: ***Over-dose can cause mild to severe toxicity and cause many, many symptoms including increased saliva, stomach pain, slow heartbeat, tremors and many more. Do your research.
Vitamin B complex Deficiency (comprises a number of vitamins that exist as a family. The B vitamins should not be taken individually. They work together.
Insomnia or sleep disturbances
Loss of memory (can mimic Alzheimer's disease)
Taking of long term antibiotics may increase your need for inositol, as well as if you consume a lot of coffee.
Caused by one or more lack of a mineral(s) Occurs slowly. In the early stages, symptoms can be so mild that they are not detected. When symptoms become obvious, health may have been affected for some time.
I strongly suggest that rather
then to guess at what your body
I strongly suggest that rather
then to guess at what your body
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