Saturday, January 16, 2010
Second Week Of Your New Years Resolution right?
Tell me how's going and what have you encounter on your way to health & fitness in this couple of week?
* This year adults also seem to be more resolved to make changes, with 29 percent planning to make resolutions for 2010, compared to only 17 percent in 2009, a year-over-year increase of 12 percent. , * While it is common among resolution makers to talk about their goals the reality is only one in four U.S. adults have ever made resolutions (24%), of whom even less always keep them (6%);,,Just in time for New Year's resolution makers, in early January 2010 Dorthy.com will unveil its planning tool that will appeal to the nine out of ten online adults (92%) who searched the Internet for ways to stick with their New Year's resolution and who are at least somewhat likely to use a free online service to help them maintain their New Year's resolutions. ,Thousands of Americans engage in the annual tradition of making New Year's resolutions and survey results show that in 2010 the majority of resolution makers will be focused on health, fitness and their finances. ,The second annual New Year's Resolution Poll found that:,,The passing of a year often signifies a new beginning.
But, instead what People do?
Eating is a vital process for humans and any living creatures and the way we do it can make a big difference in how our bodies respond to it and make incredible changes, lose weight, tone up,increase energy,focus and happiness.
Out of the food that we eat, Vitamins and Minerals are the key for the food to help the body to make the right reactions.
Bottom line: Many people just aren't meeting the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of vitamins and minerals. And even people that eat plenty of fruits and veggies don't either, thanks to current farming practices and mass food production.
And here's a really interesting study from the Journal of the American Medical Association that states, "it appears prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements."
Vitamin deficiency syndromes such as scurvy and beriberi are uncommon in Western societies. However, suboptimal intake of some vitamins, above levels causing classic vitamin deficiency, is a risk factor for chronic diseases and common in the general population, especially the elderly. Suboptimal folic acid levels, along with suboptimal levels of vitamins B6 and B12, are a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, neural tube defects, and colon and breast cancer; low levels of vitamin D contribute to osteopenia and fractures; and low levels of the antioxidant vitamins (vitamins A, E, and C) may increase risk for several chronic diseases. Most people do not consume an optimal amount of all vitamins by diet alone. Pending strong evidence of effectiveness from randomized trials, it appears prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements. The evidence base for tailoring the contents of multivitamins to specific characteristics of patients such as age, sex, and physical activity and for testing vitamin levels to guide specific supplementation practices is limited. Physicians should make specific efforts to learn about their patients' use of vitamins to ensure that they are taking vitamins they should, such as folate supplementation for women in the childbearing years, and avoiding dangerous practices such as high doses of vitamin A during pregnancy or massive doses of fat-soluble vitamins at any age.
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