Maintaining Good Health through Good Nutrition
If you answer “yes” to any of above, you should consider to take some good quality vitamins. My family and I have been taking good vitamins for more than 10 years and we feel benefited. So I am here to share it with you.
Are you tired of being tired?
Are you sick of being sick?
Do you want to feel 10, 20 years younger?
Are you frustrated with your health problem?
Are you worried about your health?
Is your blood pressure high?
“Optimal nutrition is the Medicine of the Future.” Dr. Linus Pauling (1901-1994) Nobel Laureate in Chemistry and Peace
“Loss of weight, through exercise and diet, correlates with a return to normal levels of insulin resistance. In fact, weight loss is the single most effective approach to the treatment of insulin resistance and reduction in the risk of developing Type II diabetes.” Dr Lyle MacWilliam, BSc, MSc, FP
“Vitamins, if properly understood and applied, will help us to reduce human suffering to an extent which the most fantastic human mind would fail to imagine.” Albert Szent-Gyorgyi (1893-1986), Nobel Laureate in Physiology and Medicine
“Do not fear cancers, the human body is incredibly tough… given the right nutrition, exercise and lifestyle, it will resist cancer for a lifetime.” Lewis Thomas, President Sloan Kettering Cancer Hospital
“In order to provide their protective benefits, vitamin E and vitamin C are required in amounts far greater than those prescribed in the current dietary recommendations of several countries, including Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand.”
“It Pays to Take Your Vitamins” Dr Lyle MacWilliam, BSc, MSc, FP
“Insufficient vitamin intake is apparently a cause of chronic diseases. Recent evidence has shown that sub-optimal levels of vitamins (below standard), even well above those causing deficiency syndromes, are risk factors for chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and osteoporosis. A large portion of the general population is apparently at increased risk for this reason.” Dr. Robert Fletcher and Dr. Kathleen Fairfield