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About bad - Minerals good

I was raised believing science was perfect. We knew all the necessary vitamins to survive. One day, we would be able to create a pill that contained all the vitamins we needed. Then we could eat what we wanted while still being healthy.

Vitamin research was very important in the early part of this century. Vitamins were used to treat many diseases. Scurvy was a terrible disease that plagued British sailors. It was a nutritional deficit of C, which would later be called "vitamin A."

Similar findings were made for other substances that, when absent from a diet, can cause terrible diseases. Each of these substances received its own vitamin letter as they were discovered. A substance must be one chemical, and it must be essential to the diet or death to qualify as a "vitamin".

There were many mistakes. The most famous mistake is with vitamin D. Vitamin D is not a vitamin. It can cause serious health problems if it is taken in excess. It should not have been given " " status as the body can make its own vitamin D in the right circumstances. These circumstances include sunlight exposure.

Rickets is a disease that can be cured by drinking vitamin D, which is found in raw milk or added to milk. We came to the strange conclusion that proper nutrition requires that we drink the milk from another animal. It is a fact that 10 to 15 minutes of sunlight a day is better for us. This will vary depending on where we live and our skin color.

Once we are deficient in vitamin D, our bodies stop producing it. Consuming too much vitamin D can lead to severe side effects, such as rickets. The other vitamins that were discovered were very useful at the time they were discovered. People who had poor nutrition were at risk of developing terrible diseases. These diseases were cured by vitamins.

However, the idea of vitamins became more mythical than scientific over time. People started talking about antioxidants and how they can prolong life and make us healthier... when taken in excess of the amount required to cure the diseases that led them to be discovered.

This kind of thinking was considered relatively harmless by most of the establishment. Even though vitamin deficiency isn't a common problem in developed countries, what harm does it do to take a daily vitamin to ensure you're always protected?

Even though nutrition has been steadily declining in Europe and the U.S., it is still a problem. Consuming processed breakfast cereals, fast food meals with no fruits or vegetables, and... boxes of dinner with nutritionally empty rice, noodles, or mashed potatoes... can eventually lead to nutritional deficiencies and other diseases.

Multivitamins can also be considered insurance. Right?

Over time, doctors and nutritionists began to take vitamins in greater quantities than necessary to prevent nutritional diseases. Mega-doses of vitamins have become very popular because they can slow down aging and prevent heart disease.

Doctors now believe that this is true and will take vitamins to counter it. Doctors have a shorter life expectancy that the average person. Although there are many other reasons, doctors and scientists have stopped shrugging off the fact that they take their vitamins.

Doctors have always believed that vitamins could help prevent or alleviate the epidemic of obesity, heart disease, stroke, and other ailments. Although they didn't know the exact cause, they believed that vitamins would have a neutral or positive effect on these diseases.

As a treatment for these diseases, a number of studies have been conducted using vitamins against a placebo. Many scientists and doctors were surprised by the results. Vitamins had no effect in almost all cases... the results were negative. The end of the story is yet to be revealed. This could be because many vitamins are now made from synthetic materials.

We may find out that vitamins are actually good in 10 more years. However, they should not be manufactured in a laboratory. We should also remember how vitamins were first discovered. To prevent certain diseases, the body requires a minimal amount of these chemicals.

In scientific studies, there was no benefit to giving more than the minimum amount. The "insurance" excuse doesn't work either. These diseases were caused by poor diets. These people ate nothing but white rice, beer or a tack made of dried ground wheat.

These diets were very limited, and could have been restricted for many months or even years before the disease developed. Today, there are still nutritional diseases that were prevalent in Africa's famine-stricken countries. Children are protected from blindness by taking just one drop of any of these vitamins.

These nutritional diseases are virtually non-existent in the developed world. Even if you eat fast food, drink a gallon of soft beverages and have a few candies every day. Even with the most unhealthy diets in the west, there is no way to be at risk of getting one of the nutritional disorders that vitamins can cure.

Ever heard of anyone suffering from rickets (vitamin A deficiency), scurvy(vitamin C deficiency), or... beriberi? No. These nutritional deficiencies can be caused by a very limited diet. These diseases can be caused by extreme poverty, famine, or prolonged time aboard ships at sea.

Vitamins should not be a concern. Recent studies have shown that vitamins are not harmful. The life expectancy of those who take vitamins religiously every day (such doctors) is shorter.

One vitamin seems to have a significant impact on weight. It can have a positive or negative impact on weight. This vitamin's name is Niacin. It is one of the B Vitamins. This vitamin is closely related with nicotine, the addictive component in cigarette smoking. Some even claim that the two vitamins are almost identical in their effects upon metabolism.

This substance is routinely used to create diabetic mice in lab experiments. This substance has a very similar metabolism in humans. Nearly all scientists agree that large amounts of Niacin could make a person diabetic. This is just like what they did with mice to test it.

Diabetes and obesity are well-established. It is a challenge to me to have an A1C or laboratory test for fasting glucose and insulin. Obese people are more likely to be pre-diabetic or diabetic. It's useful to see where you are at the moment on your journey to diabetes.

It is well-established that smoking tobacco can lead to diabetes. Most doctors believe that obesity is the main cause of diabetes. Smokers, on the other hand, tend to see smoking as a contributing cause of diabetes. They recommend quitting smoking to improve diabetes blood sugar control.

The root causes of obesity and diabetes are often thought of as one thing: diet. If one had to consider obesity or diabetes the cause, the result would be the same. I think diabetes is the main cause of obesity, which is not what most doctors believe. However, I urge extreme caution when using Niacin. It can have a dramatic effect on blood sugar, insulin, weight gain, or loss.

I would recommend that you talk to your trusted doctor about stopping taking multivitamins. If you have diabetes or pre-diabetic blood sugar levels, you should absolutely test Niacin.

You might lose a few ounces with Niacin, but it may not be worth it if you realize that your blood sugar levels are rising dramatically and causing all the harm that comes along.

However, you can see why I don’t recommend vitamins. My views on minerals are quite different. It's strange that so few people think about minerals.