Published July 26, 2017 | By Mary
Taking food supplements is a must in this day and age because we are not getting enough nutrients from our food. Be careful what vitamins and minerals you take, however, because they might have synthetic substances in them. All vitamins are not pure. There is a good book on the market today that tells you what the synthetic ingredients might be in the vitamins you take. The book is called, The Vitamin Code by Massoud Arvanaghi, PHD; and Mike Yorkey. In part 3 of the book, “What The Vitamin Code Means To You”, it explains that vitamins and minerals are manufactured from different sources. On page 107 of Part 3 there is a partial list of the name of the vitamin, and whether it is natural or synthetic. This book is very informative and an interesting read. I’m sure it will be an eye opener to you as it was to me. After reading this book, I can imagine that you will be reading the ingredient labels on your vitamin bottles a bit more closely and be much more aware of what ingredients are in the bottles.
Making nutritional blender drinks is a great way to supplement. Using organic fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, fresh greens, herbs and pure water is wonderful for getting the nutrients we need for our bodies. We should be using organic as much as possible.
Here is a great way to start your morning off right! This blender drink is packed with vitamins and minerals! Take 2 leaves of kale, 2 sticks of celery, ½ cucumber, and some red cabbage, a very small piece of turmeric, and a 1 inch piece of ginger. Put some water in your blender or Vitamix and blend it until liquid. If you have to add some honey to make it sweeter, go ahead.
Getting in the habit of taking healthy food supplements or juicing is a great way to start your day and to stay healthy!
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