B-vitamins are necessary for everything from heart health to carbohydrate, protein, and fat metabolism Subclinical deficiencies in these B-vitamins are thought to be relatively common among the world's population and in particular among the elderly. B-vitamins are water-soluble which means that the body purges it through sweat, urine and natural waste. For those who are moderate to highly active, a marginal deficiency in the B vitamins may affect the ability of the body to repair itself and to operate, at an efficient level, to fight disease. Let me tell you a story about a friend of mine; let's call her Jill. Jill was new patient in my office, but was certainly not new to the world of health care. In fact, she had previously been to a number of doctors with the hope that she could find some answers to her health concerns. Her main symptoms were; no energy, upset stomach, and bouts of depression and anxiety. She said that she had always had problems concentrating. One of her children also had symptoms common to ADD. At this point, you would probably suspect some lab tests of some sort, but they had already been done and yielded no conclusive answers. After having her fill out a food log of the foods she daily consumed, it became very apparent that she was suffering from a B-vitamin deficiency. These B-vitamin deficiencies had apparently gone on for many years. She decided to free herself of the drugs that were merely covering up the symptoms and instead rid herself of the deficiency that had existed for most of her life. The results were astonishing! Without B-vitamins, your everyday health will become a challenge. I recommend that you so stay away from as much processed food as possible. Work to improve your diet using a well balanced variety of natural foods. Finally with some simple daily natural supplements, and regular exercise you can regain and maintain your health. So best of luck and for more free information and a free health screening go to Earth's Answers.
Credentials: Host of the acclaimed radio show "The Heath Revolution" Logan College of Chiropractic, St. Louis, MO BS: Human Biology, Logan College of Chiropractic, St. Louis, MO BS: Heath and Human Performance, Brigham Young University Postgraduate Training (selected) Digestive Heath Specialist, The Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition: Integrating N8utrition into the Practice, The Nutrition Clinic Certified: International College of Applied Kinesiology, Activator Methods, CPR for the for the Heath Professional Member: American Chiropractic Association Utah Chiropractic Association