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Vitamin B Rich Vegetables And Fruits
Not many: Vegetables, as a rule, are a lousy vitamin d source. The best vitamin d comes from your skin when it's exposed to sunlight. The best source of dietary vitamin d is cold water fish. Further, whether vegetable derived vitamin d (d2) does the same thing as that which comes from animal sources (d3) is still a matter of dispute. Many vitamin d experts think that it does not. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Beans, oysters: Look for fortified cereals, nuts and seeds, leafy vegetables. ...Read more
Yes: You certainly can. The only reason why such supplement is needed is due to the fact that many people do not consume a healthy enough diet and thus the supplement acts as an insurance policy. Regardless of what diet you adopt, be sure that it contains enough folic acid, calcium, and vitamin d3. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Real food: Mostly veggies, with one-two servings (small servings) of fresh fruit per day. Real food is better than a supplement - avoid canned veggies and fruits - all the fiber is boiled out of them and many have added salt/sugar. Fresh is best - frozen is next. Also, skip the salty and high fat toppings (like ranch dressing) for the veggies -. ...Read more
Can we say that vit b is also a good source of protein since vegetables like legumes is rich in vit b and rich in protein also.Tnx?
Depends: The answer depends on what you measure. If you are concerned that modern farming is bad for soil and the pesticides and chemicals used may have effects not yet known or acknowledged, then yes, better for the planet. If you compare nutrition value, conventional thinking says no, growing evidence says yes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can we give amway nutritional supplements like multi vitamins, vit c, protein powder, fruits and veg concentrates regularly to children of 5 -10 yrs?
A healthy diet: rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fish has been demonstrated in multiple studies to be associated with decreased incidence of erectile dysfunction. While eat any particular fruit or veggie won't likely immediate help with erection issues, it's a huge component of a healthy lifestyle that can help maintain good sexual health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO!: I strongly advise everyone take a quality multivitamin as the vast majority of americans don't get adequate vitamins & minerals from their diet, but vitamins are not a substitute for a healthy diet. Fruits & veggies have a complex mix of hundreds of phytonutrients like carotenoids, flavonols & anthocyanins that aren't found in vitamin supplements. Eat fruits/veggies of all colors for good health! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not necessarily: There is no single diet that is best for everyone. I believe it is wise to minimize sugars and simple starches, but i believe a diet with whole grains, vegetables, fruit and low-fat proteins is healthier than a strict low carb diet (which is relatively high in fat and protein). See http://drrandybaker.Com/2013/01/20/diet-and-health/ for my essay on the pros and cons of various diets. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is eating 100g parsnip, carrots, sweetcorn, asparagus, broccoli, banana, multi-vitamin and fish oil supplement a day enough to live a healthy life?
10000iu retinylpalmitate a day-also eat vegetables containing vitamin a but it's beta carotene. I eat meat everyday-porc,steak,chicken -no liver.safe?
Does mixing juiced vegetables and fruits with soda (which I dont drink) reduce the nutrients from the fruit and vegetables?
No: i would think not if you are just using soda water as a way to give it a little fizz. This would in no way change the nutrients . Carbon Dioxide is a rather inert gas in these situations., if you are using something like 7-up you are adding unnecessary calories ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Challenge for vegans: B12 is necessary for nerve & red blood cells. Top dietary sources are beef/turkey/chicken/salmon/clams/oysters/crab--challenging for vegetarians! Top folic acid foods are fortified cereals/lentils/spinach/broccoli/white beans/asparagus/cantaloupe/eggs. As for zinc: again fortified cereals and pasta, back to oysters. Statistically, most Americans get zinc from red meat and poultry. ...Read more
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