SuperHealth Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 9th January 2012 by admin in Super Health

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The human body cannot produce any of the more than 50 essential nutrients on its own, thus they must be obtained from food sources and dietary supplementation with the exception of vitamin D, which can be produced by exposure to sunlight. It is interesting that scientists once again are urging people to get more direct sunlight. If a person is deficient in any of these essential nutrients, the result is dysfunction and disease, and complete absence results in death.

There are also many well-known nutrients, enzymes, coenzymes, and phytochemicals that are extremely important, but not considered essential, and are found primarily in fruits and vegetables. For this reason, many nutritionists and dietitians advocate obtaining essential nutrients through whole foods rather than supplements. The rise of “Superfood Nutrition” is making it possible to gain the benefits of combining these essential nutrients.

KC Craichy
Author
The Super Health Diet


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