Why do I need a multivitamin? your daily Nutrition assurance.

An essential Vitamins.

Nearly 40% of adults in the U.S take a multivitamin[*] to ensure good health,many research studies reveal and offer assurance that talking a daily multivitamin may be a smart move [*],[*],[*],[*],[*].

This article is going to reveal how a daily multivitamin is a great Nutrition insurance policy for good health and why Vitamin D,may add extra health boost.

Really, a healthy diet should provide nearly all the nutrients you need, but many people don’t eat the healthful diet, that is why a multivitamin can help fill in the gaps and may have added health benefits.

💠 What do I gain from the multivitamin.

🔹The folic acid in most multivitamins help prevent neural tube defects in newborn babies,if women take it before they become pregnant.

🔹Folic acids may also lower the risk of heart disease,colon cancer and breast cancer [*],[*],[*],[*],[*].

🔹 vitamin D from a multivitamin or single supplement can lower the risk of colon and possibly many other cancers,as well as other chronic diseases [*],[*],[*],[*].

Safety precautions:

While multivitamin and vitamin D supplement can be helpful to fill some of the gap in a less than optimal diet, too much can be harmful.

In general,stick close to the standard recommended dose in a multivitamin, since your multivitamin will likely contain all the folic acid you will need, stay away from cereals, protein bars and other foods that are supper-fortified with folic acid.

💠What are the tips for getting the right Vitamins.

🔹Eat a healthy diet.

A multivitamin provides some insurance against deficiencies but is far less important for health than a healthy food patterns, choose a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grain, nuts and healthy oils and low in red meat and unhealthy fats.

🔹 Choose a daily multivitamin.


A daily multivitamin is an inexpensive Nutrition insurance policy for health,try to take one every day,[*].

🔹 Don’t forget vitamin D.

In addition to its bone health benefits, there is a growing evidence that getting some extra Vitamin D can help lower the risk of colon and breast cancer,aim for getting 1000-2000 UI of vitamin D per day.

🔹 Avoid the mega-dose Vitamins.

Avoid mega-dose Vitamins.

In general avoid mega-dose Vitamins and mega-fortified foods,as a standard multivitamin had a day’s worth of folic acid,so you should avoid foods that have High amount of folic acid added to them.vitamin D is an exception as many people need more than the RDA(Recommended Dietary Allowance).

🔹Avoid supper supplements.

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💠The important of taking a multivitamin.


For those who eat a healthy diet,a multivitamin may have little or no benefit.a diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grain [*], good protein packages and healthy fats [*] should provide most of the nutrients needed for good health,but not everyone manage to eat healthy diet.

🔹To help meet your regular micronutrients need.

When ever it comes to micronutrients,many people get less than the adequate amounts, according to criteria set by the institute of medicine.for example More than 90% of Americans get less than the estimated average requirement for Vitamin D and Vitamins E from food sources alone.

🔹For older people’s Nutritional requirements.

Many older people have trouble absorbing Vitamin B12 from food,the dietary Guidelines For Americans 2010, recommended that people over the age of 50 should eat foods fortified with Vitamin B12 or take Vitamin B12 supplements [*],[*].

🔹 Good for pregnant women.

Getting enough another B Vitamin called folate is especially important for women who may become pregnant, since adequate folate can help lower the risk of having a baby with spina bifida or anencephaly.

For the folate to be effective,it most be taking in the first few weeks of conception often before the woman knows she is pregnant.yet for many people half of all pregnancies are unplanned.

That is why the centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that all women of childbearing age(between 15-45) should consume 400 micrograms per day of folic acid [*].and a standard multivitamin that contains the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for folic acids offers a convenient way to do just that.

Until we meet again the next article, stay healthy and see you on top.

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