Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Obesity in children

Obesity in children has become a major concern since it makes them prone to illnesses that were formerly know as ‘old peoples’ ailments. There was an article on the newspaper about Michelle Obama addressing the same issue of obesity since it is costing the American government billions of dollars.

It is believed too much junk food and less sporting activities is the cause of the problem. Kids need to be taught about the effects of poor diets and junk so that they may act responsibly too. Perhaps it’s about time parents should take responsibility of their children’s diets to avoid serious illnesses that might emerge as a result of poor diet.

We should avoid raising generations with serious health problems otherwise they won’t be able to contribute positively towards the economy of the country.

Resent studies has revealed that kids with obese problem can develop heart disease, sugar diabetes, high blood pressure including cancer.

It is very important to introduce kids to healthy nutritious meals at a young age and make sure they carry the correct weight for their age and height.
There are also minerals and vitamins full of anti-oxidants to help the body fight free radicals that cause these lifestyle diseases.  http://myflpbiz.com/esuite/home/purealoehealth/ForeverKids.html


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Monday, October 29, 2012

WHY DO WE NEED VITAMINS?

What are vitamins?

     Vitamins are essential substances for life and regulate our metabolism.
     They intervene in the production and control of energy, as well as cell growth and development of all body tissues.
     Together with minerals, vitamins are key pieces in the body functions.

Recommended Daily Allowance – What is it?

The RDA is a standard suggested intake of a certain nutrients for a healthy person. This amount amount can change for a person with a given problem or illness. For example, the RDA for vitamin C is 60mg per day. However, for a smoker, it is recommended to take a 25mg more per cigarette smoked. If 40 cigarettes are smoked daily , 1000mg/daily is recommended.
Comparison between natural and synthetic vitamins
Although both of them seem to be identical and give good results, the natural vitamins are more readily absorbed by the body.  Also natural vitamins are less toxic and are better tolerated by the body when the correct dosage has been exceeded.

Vitamins work better when they are accompanied by minerals.
The best time to take vitamins

The best time to take vitamins is together with meals and with mineral supplements, because this way they are absorbed and work better.

Though fat soluble vitamins like vitamins A/Beta Carotene, E, D,K are better taken before meals. Water based vitamins, like B-complex, C, F are better taken during or after meals. The body can produce some vitamins but it can’t produce minerals.

Recommended Vitamins & Minerals

Ø  Aloe Vera Gel

Ø  Royal Jelly

Ø  Bee Pollen

Ø  A-Beta-CarE

Ø  Forever Calcium

Ø  Immublend

Ø  Vitolize For Men or Women

Ø  Forever Daily

Ø  Nature-Min




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Global effort to fight cancer

Cancer kills more people than Aids, malaria and tuberculosis combined and the death toll is set to rise dramatically in the coming decades.

That’s the word from the Cancer Association of South Africa (Cansa), which called on South Africans to sign the Declaration Against Cancer on World Cancer Day, held 04th February 2011.
At the UN Summit on Non-Communicable Diseases in September member countries of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) took the decision to put global cancer burden on the UN’s agenda by getting a million people to sign a declaration against cancer.


The UICC is the leading non-governmental organization dedicated exclusively to global cancer control and hopes to achieve 11 targets by 2020, including significant drops in global tobacco consumption, universal vaccination programmes for hepatitis B and the human papilloma virus, universal availability of effective pain medication.


Cansa, CEO Sue van Rensburg said the declaration, launched in 2006 and revised in 2008, is a call to action to take immediate steps to reduce the global cancer burden by 2020. “More than ever before there is a need for a concerted and co-ordinated fight against cancer.”


Healthy eating combined with nutritious supplements can help alleviate the symptoms of cancer. Recommended nutritious supplements; Nature's 18, Absorbent C, Pomesteen Power, Forever Lycium Plus and Aloe Vera Gel.

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