Reviewing the Book "Twenty Essential Supplements for Super Health"
Which supplements can make a real difference?
Prevent disease and improve health....
This 222 page book, the size of your monthly copy of Reader's Digest, is jam packed with the 20 supplements the editors of Woodland Pulbishing believe can "prevent disease and better [our] overall health."
For just over ten dollars, about the cost of one small bottle of vitamins, this guide to the 20 supplements it discusses is a real buy.
Beginning with such interesting questions as what sugars can stimulate your immune system, fight cancer, and reduce heart disease, the editors go on to write about omega-3 fats that "can protect [our] heart, fight arthritis, and improve [our] brain function."
The rest of the featured 20 supplements include insights on the value of vitamins, minerals, herbs, probiotics, fiber, green tea, Coenzyme Q10, soy, garlic, olive leaf, saw palmetto, grape seed extract, and other essential supplements, some familiar and some not so well known.
The editors section on Vitamin D emphasizes its values related to osteoporosis, colorectal cancer and breast cancer, while more recent studies of this vitamin have shown its importance to many more health and cognitive concerns, as well as information that shows the body's levels of Vitamin D are widely shown to be too low in too many Americans, both men and women.
Knowing what levels of these featured supplements are recommended and why they are important is education well worth the cost of picking up your family's copy of this edited work. Not only will this book add value to your library, but it is ideal for taking along as a valuable time filler for those inevitable times we get stuck waiting for something to happen before we can move on to living the healthy lives we all intend to have....aided by some good knowledge to help it happen.
Can "one size fits all" apply to supplements?
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Check your local health store for a copy of this book. As this Hub was published, the book was not available on ebay or Amazon.
The dangers of sugar in a NY Times Best Seller:
- Book Review of the book "Fat Chance" by Dr. Robert H. Lustig, M.D., M.S.L.
Written as a guide to reducing risks of obesity and diseases, this noted endocrinologist tackles "America's drug of choice" sugar, and sugar's devastating effects on the human. A NY Times "best."
Striking the right nutritional balance....
- Tip For The Day - Nutrition: How much is "Plenty," "Enough," and "Too Little"?
As with all "targets," if you don't know what you are shooting for, you can't hit it. These days labels can tell you what you are getting, even a % of the R.D.A. but what do you need and why? Read On
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