Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning meat, massages and multivitamins.
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Learn about Meat, Massages and Multivitamins Host: Meat, to eat or not to eat that is the question. Millions of vegetarians leave life long without it. Yet, nutritionist say it’s the only way to gain all 21 essential amino acid proteins that the body needs to rebuild itself. Different types of meat from poultry to lamb have different health benefits. Chicken is a good source of vitamin E and A and is lowest in cholesterol of all the meats. Lean red meat is a healthy inclusion in anyone’s diet in moderate amounts. It’s full of iron, zinc, vitamin B12 and if you trim off the visible fats red meat red meat is relatively low in saturated and the trans fat. It’s also a great source of omega 3 not as good as fish but up there. 100 grams of lean red meat will provide you with 25 grams of protein that’s not bad considering you need one gram of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. Children need red meat for body and brain development. The elderly need meat to stay of age related anemia. Lean meat and five veg it’s an only but a goodie. Most people like to treat themselves to massage on occasion it’s a luxurious thing to do. The smell of the oils and the feels of the therapist hands as they expertly melt away residual tension but health practitioners all agree we should be indulging in this fabulous past time more frequently. Don’t make massage a treat make it a habit. Aside from the obvious stress reducing ability a regular massage can stock your metabolism increase circulation and prevent injuries. It’s also great for removing gunk and waste from the body. Our lymphatic system which carries waste from our blood and cells through our body relies on good old fashioned muscle contraction to pump itself alone. Unfortunately, due to our increasingly saving tree lifestyles our muscles don’t do enough contracting to keep this system working properly. A massage will push the waste through encouraging lymph flow for a cleaner healthier body. In today’s world where over farming has stripped down food chain of nutrients a lot of people supplement their daily diet with a multivitamin. Yet according to recent studies they could be wasting their time. Thanks to a consumer lab test on multi it was found that half of the products on the shelf had too much or too little of the advertised the nutrients and some products even contained dangerous additives such as lead. What do the experts say stick with the major brands. Mark Clarke: These vitamins ask certainly needed by the body the issue is whether or not we take too much of them they actually start damaging how the body works. Host: If you are pregnant it’s imperative that you supplement your diet with a multi vitamin to get 600 micrograms of folic acid per day. To discourage abnormality such as Spina bifida developing in the fetus, a recent study on fertility showed that women who took a multi vitamin along with eating well and exercising increased to the chances of conceiving just be sure to go for a recommended brand. Netropats make up herbal blends which give a 100% natural boost to your daily vitamin and mineral intake.
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