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Vitamin Benefits

Vitamin benefits are substantial. From multi vitamins that offer our body all of the missing nutrients we do not get from eating the wrong foods, to supplements that boost energy, stave off disease, increase libido, and build our immunity. There are many different vitamin benefits. Most doctors will advise you to take a multivitamin supplement. A multivitamin supplement gives us the nutrients we lack in our daily diets. Many of us do not get the proper vitamins that are derived from certain foods for a variety of reasons. In the world of today, everyone is in a hurry and many of us do not eat right. In addition, many essential vitamin benefits are derived from foods that certain people do not like to eat. Our body still needs these vitamins, however, so taking a supplement is one good way to get the nutrients needed without having to eat foods we do not like. Vitamin benefits vary as do the different types of vitamins themselves. Vitamin A, for example, has many different benefits. It is shown to be a prove...

 


Manganese- The Overlooked Trace Mineral: Why You Should Have It And Where To Find It

Don't mistake this mineral for magnesium...it has a whole host of different benefits for you. It's name sounds similar to magnesium, and it's a trace mineral (meaning you only need a little bit for good health) so it is often overlooked in school, and on the nutrition facts label. What does manganese do for you, and what foods can you eat to get more of it? Once you find out the answer to the first part of the question, you'll really want to know the answer to the next, so use this article to improve your meal plan with manganese and all of its benefits now.Manganese is a trace mineral. It is actually a metal, on the periodic table of elements. (Eating a metal? Of course, copper and iron are also on the periodic table, and necessary for good health because the body cannot make it.) Plants use their roots to take up this mineral from the soil in very small amounts. You don't need a whole lot of it to get nutritional benefits from it. First, it can help with libido, as it is a component of several hormones as ...

 


Running Tips - Make Sure To Get Your Iron

Have you ever had this happen to you? You head out the door for your 5 mile run. From the first step, you're feeling draggy - it's a chore to get one foot in front of the other. Your energy level is at rock bottom. Finally, you turn around early and call it quits after 2 miles.Your problem could be iron deficiency. This is fairly common among all runners - especially women runners. Studies have found that most athletes are iron deficient. And iron is something that all runners need. Runners have increased blood volume and deplete the iron they have stored fasted than non-runners.Iron binds with hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that transports oxygen to the muscles. Hemoglobin carries oxygen from the lungs to the muscles. If your hemoglobin level is low, less oxygen reaches your muscles.Insufficient iron means fewer red blood cells, which translates into less energy. Iron is also important to fighting infection and in producing energy from your food. If your iron levels are low, you may be prone to i...

 




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