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The Liquid Vitamin Supplement


Not many years ago the liquid vitamin supplement was unheard of. I remember the advent of the pills years ago and later on the capsule. With constant competition for market share a new and improved product the liquid vitamin supplement surfaced.

The alarming fact is that foods (fruits, vegetables and grains) now being raised on millions of acres of land no longer contain enough nutrients to avoid starving us no matter how much of them we eat. No man of today can eat enough fruits and vegetables to supply his system with the dietary needs he requires for perfect health because his stomach isn't big enough to hold them.

Improved nutrition has contributed to better health. A key has been the discovery and understanding of our nutritional needs. For example, the deficiency diseases beriberi, pellagra, scurvy and rickets can be resolved or avoided by a balanced diet with adequate vitamins B, C and D. Also, as doctors have become more involved with nutritional research, reports have appeared about other diseases that seem to respond to large amounts of certain vitamins and minerals given under medical supervision.

Unfortunately, as stated in the 1996 Physician's Desk Reference (page 1542), the body only absorbs 10 to 20 percent of the nutrients found in traditional pills and capsules. Capsules and pills are quickly becoming something of the past.

That 10-20% goes even lower as we age (especially we seniors darn it) as we have a heck of a lot less stomach acid required to break down these pills and capsules.

Thus the case for the liquid vitamin and minerals which have a 98% absorption rate, literally 5 -10 times that of standard pills and capsules.

Senate document 264 reveals more about liquid vitamin supplements


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Newsweek

Omega-3 Supplements Are a Waste of Money
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Consumers worldwide spend more than $30 billion a year on omega-3 products and supplements, according to Packaged Facts, a consumer market research company. In surveys of 10,000 frequent supplement users conducted by ConsumerLab.com, fish oil ...
Omega 3 is still good for the brain. But 'fish oil supplements just don't cut it.'Washington Post
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Omega-3 supplements won't help your memoryMother Nature Network (blog)
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Study: Obese teens see no benefit from vitamin D supplements
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“After three months of having vitamin D boosted into the normal range with supplements, these teenagers showed no changes in body weight, body mass index, waistline, blood pressure or blood flow,” Kumar said. “We're not saying the links between vitamin ...



Lompoc Record

Multivitamins and supplements: To take or not to take?
Lompoc Record
For some people, however, taking certain supplements may be the best way to get nutrients they may be lacking through diet. So, Harguth cautions, it's important to understand the exact impact supplements will have on your body before getting out your ...



WBUR

Workout Supplements: Does Overuse Signal An Eating Disorder Among Men?
WBUR
Well, new research suggests that overusing popular supplements like whey protein and creatine to improve workout performance may signal an emerging eating disorder. Researchers presented their findings at the American Psychological Association's ...



CBS News

Exercise, Supplements May Not Keep Elderly Sharper
WebMD
TUESDAY, Aug. 25, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Neither exercise nor supplements such as fish oil don't seem to do much to help keep older folks mentally sharp, two new studies found. The reports, published Aug. 25 in the Journal of the American Medical ...
Do fish oil and exercise boost brain power?CBS News

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Medical News Today

Omega-3 supplements, physical activity fail to show effect against cognitive ...
Medical News Today
The diet study concludes: "Among older persons with age-related macular degeneration, oral supplementation with long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids or lutein/zeaxanthin had no statistically significant effect on cognitive function." The exercise ...

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Whole Food Supplements Leader, MegaFood, Announces its First Fortified Food ...
PR Newswire (press release)
DERRY, N.H., Aug. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MegaFood™, a pioneer in the natural supplement category, today announces its entry into fortified foods through its partnership with premium organic juice producer, Uncle Matt's Organic, a Florida-based, ...

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Hanford Sentinel

Study: Easy does it on Vitamin D supplements for obese teens
Hanford Sentinel
"After three months of having vitamin D boosted into the normal range with supplements, these teenagers showed no changes in body weight, body mass index, waistline, blood pressure or blood flow," says Dr. Kumar. "We're not saying the links between ...

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Science /AAAS

Feature: Revealing the hidden dangers of dietary supplements
Science /AAAS
Since 2005, when he found his patients were being sickened by a Brazilian weight loss supplement containing anti-depressants and thyroid hormones, Cohen has become something of a mix of Indiana Jones and Sherlock Holmes in the supplement world.
The True Hidden Dangers of Dietary Supplements RevealedStarmineNews.com

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Medical Daily

Losing Weight With Supplements: Fish Oil May Produce Microbes That 'Protect ...
Medical Daily
Researchers at Harvard Medical School found that fish oil supplements are an easy way to protect the heart, ease inflammation, and even improve mental health and lengthen a person's lifespan. Omega-3 fatty acid deficiencies, fish oil's main ingredient ...

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