What Do We Know About Vitamin Supplements?
First Published on Published on Aug 21, 2014
The Need To Know… Vitamin D. Well you need it right, it’s now found in all sorts of products. It seems we now have an abundance of it.
Eat naturally and demand to know the ingredients!
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Think of your shake as smoothies… 7xFit
Avoid smoothies. When the fiber is pureed, it is not chewed and does not have the opportunity to mix with the facultative anaerobic bacteria which reside in the crypts and grooves or our tongue. These bacteria are capable of reducing the nitrates in green leafy vegetables to nitrates in the mouth. When the nitrites are swallowed, they are further reduced by gastric acid to nitric oxide which may now enter the nitric oxide pool. Furthermore, when chewing fruit the fructose is bound to fiber and absorption is safe and slow. On the other hand, when a fruit is blenderized, the fructose is separated from the fiber and the absorption is very rapid through the stomach. This rapid absorption tends to injure the liver, glycates protein and injures the endothelial cells.
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