“Supports Bone, Breast and Urinary Tract Health.”
-Jamieson Vitavim for Women
“Helps Maintain Immune Function.”
-Centrum for Men
From these claims on various multivitmains, it’s sounding like taking a multi may lower your risk of cancer and other diseases. Is this true? Are they worth taking to make up for what we don’t get from our diets?
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“Lose the wheat, lose the weight, and find your path back to health.”
-William Davis, Wheat Belly
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I love this recipe! I make it in a healthy cooking class for cancer patients and they’ve stated they appreciate this new way to use squash. This would be nice served at Thanksgiving dinner.
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The Role of Calcium:Calcium is essential in the achievement and maintenance of normal bone health, an important health issue considering bone loss accelerates with age and one in three women will suffer a fracture due to insufficient bone density. Women up to age 50 and men up to age 70 need 1000 mgs a day, while men and women above these ages need 1200 mgs a day.
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It’s an exciting time to be in the field of nutrition but at the same time, never has there been so much nutrition information available to the public; the sources seem endless: youtube, social media, websites, blogs and more. There are many other professions, both regulated and unregulated, who are providing nutrition advice, advice that influences public opinion and perception.
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