Monday, March 22, 2010

3 Ways to Compensate for the Deficiences in the Standard American Diet

The standard American diet is deadly. Too many Americans are both fat and malnourished. Losing weight is simple: eat less and exercise more, but the basics of nutrition are a mystery to many. Margaret Durst gives three ways to compensate for the nutritional deficiencies of the standard American diet.
Just the basics of nutrition are a concern to many. I find that some very basic nutritional supplements help almost everybody.

A good multivitamin is the first basic. What makes a multivitamin good is the quality of the contents along with the technology used to encapsulate or tablet the contents. The better vitamins do not have pharmaceutical glaze, artificial coloring, several kinds of cellulose, nor do they contain synthetic vitamins such as synthetic E or dl-alpha tocopherol. Read your labels. Read more

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