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"Among vitamins, vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is often made from corn, vitamin E is usually made from soy. Vitamins A, B2, B6, and B12 may be derived from GMOs as well. In addition, vitamin D and vitamin K may have "carriers" derived from GM corn sources, such as starch, glucose, and maltodextrin. In addition to finding these vitamins in supplements, they are sometimes used to fortify foods. Organic foods, even if fortified with vitamins, are not allowed to use ingredients derived from GMOs. Flavorings can also come from corn or other GM sources."
- Jeffrey M. Smith, Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government Lies about the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You're Eating (Get the book.)

"B3 (niacin) 20mg vitamin B5 (pantothenate) lOmg vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 2mg vitamin Bl 2 6mcg vitamin C 60mg vitamin D 400IU vitamin E 15IU vitamin K 50mcg biotin 300mcg folic acid 400mcg calcium chromium 200mcg 1 OOmcg lmg 150mcg copper iodine magnesium manganese molybdenum selenium iron 9mg 80mg 2.5mg zinc 250mcg 1OOmcg 1 5mg Protein Peter W. Lemon of Kent State University is perhaps the foremost nutritional researcher of protein requirement, especially in athletes. He notes that the current RDA for protein was calculated for sedentary individuals."
- Robert W. Hill, Ph.D. and Eduardo Castro, M.D., Getting Rid of Ritalin: How Neurofeedback Can Successfully Treat Attention Deficit Disorder Without Drugs (Get the book.)

"Fair-skinned people are more efficient at making vitamin D than dark-skinned people. Someone with a dark complexion who isn't tanning or working out of doors is usually D-deficient. Q: If we do need sun rays, why have dermatologists been scaring us for decades about too much sun—and telling people to cover up and slather on lots of sunscreen? A: In an effort to make a public health message simple, we often throw the baby out with the bathwater. Remember when all fat was bad and the media touted no-fat diets? Remember when all carbs were bad? Now we know there are good fats and bad fats."
- James Dowd and Diane Stafford, The vitamin D Cure (Get the book.)

"Adults aged 51 to 70 have an adequate daily intake (AI) of 400 IU (10 meg) of vitamin D, but for ages over 70 the AI is 600 RJ (15 meg). Salt sensitivity has been reported to be more common in the elderly. For the elderly, lowering salt intake to the recommended levels is especially important. The tolerable upper intake level for sodium is set at 3.8 grams for adults. For those over age 70 the upper level is set a little lower at 3 grams daily. Keeping salt intake below this limit will help older people control blood pressure and decrease their risk of heart disease."
- Dr. Steve Blake, Vitamins and Minerals Demystified (Get the book.)

"Lack of vitamin C. 70. The average American man needs to eat how much additional calcium daily to compensate for the average excesses of sodium and protein? (a) 100 mg. (b) 250 mg. (c) 350 mg. (d) Over 500 mg. 71. Which food is highest in calcium? (a) Milk. (b) Sesame seeds. (c) Hamburger. (d) Kale. 72. Most of the phosphorus in the body is in: (a) The bones. (b) The skin. (c) The hair. (d) The blood. 73. There are more phosphate groups in: (a) AMP. (b) ADP. (c) ATP. (d) Creatine phosphate. 74. Magnesium in the body is found mostly in the bones and: (a) Skin. (b) Blood."

- Dr. Steve Blake, Vitamins and Minerals Demystified (Get the book.)

"Glutathione peroxidase. (d) vitamin E. 11. Severe zinc deficiency: (a) Is caused by insufficient dietary intake. (b) Is rare. (c) Cannot be caused by diarrhea. (d) Is not caused by severe burns. 12. Which is the richest source of zinc? (a) Fruits and vegetables. (b) Beans. (c) Oysters. (d) Enriched white bread. 13. Zinc is bound in the intestines and in the liver by: (a) Transferrin. (b) Metallothionein. (c) Ferrin. (d) Hemosiderin. 14. The RDA for zinc for adult men is: (a) (b) (c) (d) 11 mg. 11 meg. 1.1 mg. 1.1 meg. 15. Excess zinc: (a) Can cause a copper deficiency."

- Dr. Steve Blake, Vitamins and Minerals Demystified (Get the book.)

"It took forty years of research to confirm biotin as a B vitamin because deficiency is so rare. Biotin is required by plants and animals. Biotin can only be synthesized by bacteria, algae, yeasts, molds, and a few plant species. Biotin is used in four important enzymes, known as carboxylases (enzymes that donate carbon dioxide). Acetyl-CoA carboxylase is required for the synthesis of fatty acids. Pyruvate carboxylase is needed for the production of glucose from fats and proteins (called gluconeogenesis)."

- Dr. Steve Blake, Vitamins and Minerals Demystified (Get the book.)

"Tell me the best way to find out what I can do, or if it will make a difference. A: vitamin D slows the cell life cycle down. Cells grow, replicate their DNA, then divide and start the cycle over again. By slowing the life cycle, you get fewer mistakes in DNA replication. It's like slowing down an assembly line to prevent mistakes. The more mistakes that are made, the more likely a cell will transform into a cancer cell. In addition, slowing things down allows factors that promote normal differentiation and specialization to assert their effects on a cell."
- James Dowd and Diane Stafford, The vitamin D Cure (Get the book.)

"D level was 78. We attributed most of the uric acid improvement to dietary changes because he'd also had dramatic weight loss and decreased his blood pressure, neither of which should have been affected by the medications. At five months he had lost six more pounds, and his blood pressure was stable at 142/92. Mark hadn't experienced any gout attacks since his initial visit. The final plan: he was going to continue his new and improved diet and the vitamin D supplements; and he would see his family physician for further treatment of his elevated blood pressure."

- James Dowd and Diane Stafford, The vitamin D Cure (Get the book.)

"B3 (niacin) 20mg vitamin B5 (pantothenate) lOmg vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 2mg vitamin Bl 2 6mcg vitamin C 60mg vitamin D 400IU vitamin E 15IU vitamin K 50mcg biotin 300mcg folic acid 400mcg calcium chromium 200mcg 1 OOmcg lmg 150mcg copper iodine magnesium manganese molybdenum selenium iron 9mg 80mg 2.5mg zinc 250mcg 1OOmcg 1 5mg Protein Peter W. Lemon of Kent State University is perhaps the foremost nutritional researcher of protein requirement, especially in athletes. He notes that the current RDA for protein was calculated for sedentary individuals."
- Robert W. Hill, Ph.D. and Eduardo Castro, M.D., Getting Rid of Ritalin: How Neurofeedback Can Successfully Treat Attention Deficit Disorder Without Drugs (Get the book.)

"D levels; ?raise blood pressure, bad cholesterol (LDL), and triglycerides; ?stimulate an inflammatory response; and ?produce insulin resistance. Over time, all of these changes can increase your risk of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes. The nutrients you eat regulate your metabolism and determine how well it works. A diet high in magnesium—an alkaline mineral?improves insulin sensitivity and glucose control. Saturated fats and simple carbohydrates, on the other hand, make you store energy as fat and reduce your insulin sensitivity."
- James Dowd and Diane Stafford, The vitamin D Cure (Get the book.)

"When something is labeled as being vitamin fortified or "fortified with eleven vitamins and minerals," you have to ask, "Where did those original vitamins and minerals go?" They were processed out through bleaching and milling so much that they had to be added back in ways that still don't make them nearly as healthy as natural foods."
- Jay Gordon, The ADD and ADHD Cure: The Natural Way to Treat Hyperactivity and Refocus Your Child (Get the book.)

"Vitamin BI2.1 favor 1,000 meg (micrograms) daily. 3. Calcium. People over age fifty should take 1,000 milligrams a day. People over age sixty should take 1,200 milligrams a day. 4. vitamin D}. Those over 50 should take 1,000 IU (International Units of vitamin D3) a day. 5. Omega-3 fatty acids. You can fulfill your daily requirement by consuming one tablespoon of flaxseed meal each day—perhaps sprinkling it over cereal. Be sure to refrigerate ground flaxseed. 6. Cholesterol-lowering drugs. These must be taken under a physician's supervision."
- Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., M.D., Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease (Get the book.)

"Almost all the distributors of the few thousand vitamin brands you see on the market buy their vitamins from these giant companies, which produce them according to internationally accepted standards. In most cases they are all synthetic and artificial. Most "natural" vitamins on the market today either are fortified (a very small amount of low-potency natural vitamins mixed with high-potency synthetic vitamins) or are synthetic vitamins in a very small amount of natural base (the label will say something like "in a natural base contain-ing . . .")."
- Debra Lynn Dadd, Nontoxic, Natural and Earthwise
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"Adequate calcium and vitamin D intake is also essential: the daily goal should be 1200-1500 mg of calcium (usually no more than 1000 mg from supplements are needed), and 400 to 800IU of vitamin D. The cost of generic calcium and vitamin D is about $3.60 per month. Studies also suggest that diets with a higher ratio of animal to vegetable proteins increase the rate of bone loss in women 65 and older."
- John Abramson, Overdosed America: The Broken Promise of American Medicine (P.S.) (Get the book.)

"Role of vitamin B-3 Since 1955, Dr Hoffer has given his patients niacin when they have symptoms of senility (premature aging).9>10 It is most helpful in the early stages of senility, especially if patients have a history of cardiovascular problems or if their cholesterol levels are elevated. It is of little benefit when senility is fully developed. Another beneficial effect of niacin is that it diminishes or removes xanthomatous deposits and fat deposits in the skin."
- Dr. Abram Hoffer, MD, FRCP (C) and Dr. Harold D. Foster, PhD, Feel Better, Live Longer with vitamin B-3 (Get the book.)

"In Sweden, 15% of females were found to be deficient in vitamin B-3, while in the United States, 22% of the geriatric population were eating inadequate amounts. In such niacin deficient individuals, genes are more susceptible to DNA damage. In one study reviewed by Spronk and Kirkland, 40% of cancer patients receiving chemotherapy were shown to be niacin deficient.29 It was concluded that "the basic research reviewed in this article illustrates the potential of niacin status to impact on genomic stability and cancer incidence in human populations."

- Dr. Abram Hoffer, MD, FRCP (C) and Dr. Harold D. Foster, PhD, Feel Better, Live Longer with vitamin B-3 (Get the book.)

"In rats, a lack of this vitamin increases the production of UV induced skin cancers. Niacin supplements can protect against this type of cancer. Niacin deficiency apparently causes an increase in gross chromosomal instability. This increase in cancer in the skin of niacin-deficient individuals raises the issue of the link, if any, between exposure to the sun and the development of melanoma. The great majority of dermatologists have accepted that exposure to the sun is the major cause of melanoma. There are exceptions to this generalization."

- Dr. Abram Hoffer, MD, FRCP (C) and Dr. Harold D. Foster, PhD, Feel Better, Live Longer with vitamin B-3 (Get the book.)

"However, the individual antioxidants of these foods studied in clinical trials, including ^-carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E, do not appear to have consistent preventive effects comparable to the observed health benefits of diets rich in fruits and vegetables (Omennetal, 1996). It has been reported that fresh apples have potent antioxidant activity; and whole apple extracts inhibit the growth of colon and liver cancer cells in vitro in a dose-dependent manner (Eberhardt et al, 2000), suggesting that natural phytochemicals in fresh fruits could be more effective than a dietary supplement."
- Erich Grotewold, The Science of Flavonoids (Get the book.)

"C 2,000-14,000 mg daily, with in divided doses. bioflavonoids and zinc 50 mg daily. Do not Use zinc gluconate lozenges or exceed a total of 100 mg OptiZinc for best absorption. daily from all supplements. Considerations Q See also Bitot's Spots in this section. FABRY'S DISEASE See under rare disorders. FATIGUE See chronic fatigue syndrome. FEVER A fever is an elevation in body temperature. Fever is not a disease, but a symptom that may indicate the presence of disease. Normal body temperature ranges from 97°F to 99°F. It varies from individual to individual."
- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"A 10,000 IU daily. and calcium 1,500 mg daily. and magnesium 1,000 mg daily. and potassium 99-200 mg daily. and selenium 200 meg daily. If you are pregnant, do not exceed 40 meg daily. Zinc 80 mg daily. Do not All enzymes important for exceed a total of 100 mg increased appetite and taste plus daily from all supplements. require zinc and copper. Zinc copper 3 mg daily. and copper work together to prevent copper deficiency. Important Acidophilus As directed on label."

- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"There was no mention that with their GMO "miracle rice," kids would have to eat fifteen pounds per day to get the necessary vitamin A that a vitamin pill costing pennies could provide. These are GMO fantasy ads. They are more science fiction than science and offer no significant hope for people who have real afflictions, real hunger, and vitamin deficiencies. In today's advertising campaigns directed at farmers, the genetic manipulators similarly raise expectations and hopes that they can't possibly meet."
- Will Allen, The War on Bugs (Get the book.)

"A (palmitate), a B vitamin (folic acid), vitamin B,j, vitamin D. Below, you'll find the Nutrition Facts panel and ingredient list from Nature's Path Organic Multigrain Oat Bran Flakes, a brand recommended in the Flavor-Full Diet. 1. This minimally processed food contains no trans fat. 2. Note that even this cereal contains both sugar and salt, but at much lower levels than are available in most commercial brands. 3. Natural, unprocessed grains provide an excellent source of fiber. 4. These nutrients are naturally present in the food, not added in at the end. 5."
- David L. Katz, Catherine S. Katz, Dr. David Katz's Flavor-Full Diet: Use Your Tastebuds to Lose Pounds and Inches with this Scientifically Proven Plan (Get the book.)

"But if you take vitamin and mineral supplements, keep in mind that some?sucn as vitamins A, D, B6, and the minerals zinc and selenium—can be unsafe if taken in megadoses. For example, megadoses of vitamin A may cause birth defects. Check with your doctor before taking vitamin or mineral megadoses. The book The Right Dose has information on safe doses of vitamins and minerals (see page 206). problem is considerably less serious than it was 20 years ago, but bacon is still all too often contaminated."
- Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., Lisa Y. Lefferts and Anne Witte Garland, Safe Food: Eating Wisely in a Risky World (Get the book.)

"B12 1,000 meg twice daily. important for proper digestion. Use a lozenge or sublingual form. Helpful AbsorbAid from Nature's Sources As directed on label. To prevent acid reflux. Activated charcoal As directed on label. To absorb intestinal gas. Alfalfa See under Herbs, below. Copper 2-3 mg daily. Required for protein metabolism. Hydrochloric acid (HCI) As directed on label. Required for protein digestion. L-Carnitine As directed on label. Carries fat into the cells for breakdown into energy."
- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"Expectant mothers who take a folate vitamin and disregard other aspects of their diet usually end up deficient in "all sorts of phytonutrients and antioxidants." So remember, pregnancy vitamins should be a supplement to a healthy diet, not a substitute. The ABCs of Organic Eating Switching to organic food and beverages is an important step in detoxifying your body "Eating organic food will reduce your exposure" to man-made chemicals, Dr. Kenneth Bock says. "And I know it's more expensive."
- Deirdre Imus, Growing Up Green: Baby and Child Care: Volume 2 in the Bestselling Green This! Series (Green This!) (Get the book.)

"Heavy metals must be avoided in a healthy diet. The vitamin results were disappointing until you see that hemp's vitamins compare favorably with other grains. Vitamins are mostly provided by fresh vegetables. You would have to eat over a pound of hemp seeds to meet your RDA in many vitamins. The heat from the sterilization process may affect the vitamin content. This will be the subject of further research. The fresh green leaves of the hemp plant could not be tested for nutrition."
- Ed Rosenthal, Hemp Today
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"A (palmitate), a B vitamin (folic acid), vitamin B,j, vitamin D. Below, you'll find the Nutrition Facts panel and ingredient list from Nature's Path Organic Multigrain Oat Bran Flakes, a brand recommended in the Flavor-Full Diet. 1. This minimally processed food contains no trans fat. 2. Note that even this cereal contains both sugar and salt, but at much lower levels than are available in most commercial brands. 3. Natural, unprocessed grains provide an excellent source of fiber. 4. These nutrients are naturally present in the food, not added in at the end. 5."
- David L. Katz, Catherine S. Katz, Dr. David Katz's Flavor-Full Diet: Use Your Tastebuds to Lose Pounds and Inches with this Scientifically Proven Plan (Get the book.)

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