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Mastering your essentials cdo

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Mastering your essentials cdo

  1. 1. Mastering yourMastering your ESSENTIALSESSENTIALS
  2. 2. Key points: Oxidative Stress Lets Talk Essentials Quality of Living Nutrition 101
  3. 3. World Obesity Epidemic
  4. 4. Many undernourished • More than 800 million people are estimated to be undernourished, most in the developing world, but under-nutrition is also a problem in industrialized nations, especially in hospitalized individuals and the elderly.
  5. 5. It is not in the plate ! The World Health Organization (WHO) considers that more than 2 billion people worldwide suffer from vitamin and mineral deficiencies, primarily iodine, iron, vitamin A and zinc, with important health consequences. World Health Organization. World health report, 2000. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2000. The World Health Organization (WHO) considers that more than 2 billion people worldwide suffer from vitamin and mineral deficiencies, primarily iodine, iron, vitamin A and zinc, with important health consequences. World Health Organization. World health report, 2000. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2000. According to data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), 93% of the U.S. population do not meet the estimated average requirement (EAR) for vitamin E, 56% for magnesium, 44% for vitamin A, 31% for vitamin C, 14% for vitamin B6, and 12% for zinc . Moshfegh A, Goldman J, Cleveland L. 2005; What We Eat in America, NHANES 2001-2002: Usual nutrient intakes from food compared to dietary reference intakes. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. According to data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), 93% of the U.S. population do not meet the estimated average requirement (EAR) for vitamin E, 56% for magnesium, 44% for vitamin A, 31% for vitamin C, 14% for vitamin B6, and 12% for zinc . Moshfegh A, Goldman J, Cleveland L. 2005; What We Eat in America, NHANES 2001-2002: Usual nutrient intakes from food compared to dietary reference intakes. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service.
  6. 6. •OUR BODY NEEDS BROAD-BASED, BALANCED NUTRITIONOUR BODY NEEDS BROAD-BASED, BALANCED NUTRITION +
  7. 7. WHY DO I NEED TO SUPPLEMENT
  8. 8. How are we dying? Cause of Death # of Deaths % of Deaths Cardiovascular Disease 836,731 33.8% Cancer (All) 580,618 23.5% Stroke 133,750 5.4% Respiratory Disease 227,695 9.2% Diabetes (All) 70,601 2.9% Total 1,849,395 74.8% U.S. Centers for Disease Control 2008
  9. 9. “We’re living too short and dying too long” Dr. Myron Wentz
  10. 10. FACT: We live the last 10 years of our lives suffering from disease and morbidity
  11. 11. Lifestyle and Health: An Indisputable Link ?
  12. 12. DATA: 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Colon Cancer Stroke Coronary Heart Disease Type 2 Diabetes %Avoidable Percentage of major chronic diseases in the U.S. that are preventable by diet and lifestyle modifications Willett, W.C. Science 2002; 296, 695-698
  13. 13. FREE RADICALS
  14. 14. FREE RADICALS USANA ESSENTIALS & OPTIMIZER USANA ESSENTIALS & OPTIMIZER
  15. 15. AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION SUPPORTS ADULTS TAKING VITAMINS JAMA 2002, 287(23): 3117-29 “… insufficient vitamin intake is apparently a cause of chronic diseases. Recent evidence has shown that suboptimal levels of vitamins, even well above those causing deficiency syndromes, are risk factors for chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and osteoporosis.” - Dr Robert H Fletcher MD. MSc “Most people do not consume an optimal amount of all vitamins by diet alone. Pending strong evidence of effectiveness from randomized trials, it appears prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements.” - Dr Robert H Fletcher MD. MSc
  16. 16. “NUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES ARE EXPRESSED AS ILLNESS”
  17. 17. Essentials 1) Vitamins - Good quality - Highly bio-available 2) Minerals - Needed by our body to use macro nutrients - Vitamins & enzymes need a mineral cofactor for proper function 3) Antioxidants - Comprehensive - ‘Full-body protection’
  18. 18. 14 VITAMINS: Beta-Carotene Vit. C Vit. D Vit. E Vit. B1 Vit. B2 Vit. B3 Pantothenic Acid Vit. B6 Vit. B9 Vit. B12 Biotin Vit. K Folic Acid 13 MINERALS: Calcium Magnesium Iodine Zinc Selenium Copper Manganese Chromium Molybdenum Silicon Vanadium Boron 18 PHYTONUTRIENTS / ANTIOXIDANTS: Olive ext. Turmeric ext. Broccoli conc. Green Tea ext. Bilberry ext. Lycopene Lutein Rutin Cinnamon Quercetin Hesperidin Inositol Choline Bromelain Alpha Lipoic Acid CoEnzyme Q10 N-Acetly L-Cysteine Pomegranate • MOST COMPREHENSIVE, BIOAVAILABLE, PRECISELY-BALANCED SUPPLEMENT • SUPERIOR INGREDIENTS • 100% POTENCY • UNMATCHED NUMBER OF ANTIOXIDANTS • PHARMACEUTICAL G.M.P. GRADE Ultra Trace Elements
  19. 19. High Bioavailability More than just talk!
  20. 20. High Bioavailability More than just talk! Riboflavin Bioavailability(AUC)
  21. 21. High Bioavailability More than just talk! Vitamin B6
  22. 22. Greater Antioxidant Protection More than just talk! PAR
  23. 23. Therefore, USANA ESSENTIALS provides optimal levels of most bioavailable form of nutrients significantly higher than the competition. (2008, Eich et. al.)
  24. 24. Chronic Nutrient Deficiencies Problem Widespread (JAMA 2002) CONCLUSION: Suboptimal intake of some vitamins (vitamin D, B vitamins, antioxidants) is: • Common in the general population, especially the elderly, and • A risk factor for chronic diseases “It appears prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements.”
  25. 25. % of Population Below the Adequate Intake Nutrient Men (19+) Women (19+) Vitamin E 89% 97% Calcium 63% 88% Magnesium 64% 67% Zinc 11% 36% Vitamin A 57% 48% Vitamin C 40% 38% Vitamin B6 7% 28% Vitamin D 59% 59% What we eat in America, NHANES 2001-2002 USDA 2005 J. Nutrition. 140:817:2010
  26. 26. RDA’S: • “Levels of intake of essential nutrients that, on the basis of scientific knowledge, are judged to support satisfactory growth and development, maintain body weight, and prevent nutrient depletion” National Research Council, 1989
  27. 27. Chronic Nutrient Deficiencies Long-term Effects Heart DiseaseHeart Disease OsteoporosisOsteoporosis MacularMacular DegenerationDegeneration DiabetesDiabetes
  28. 28. SYNERGISTIC POWER !SYNERGISTIC POWER ! ββ-Carotene-Carotene LuteinLutein LycopeneLycopene Vitamin C & EVitamin C & E Bio-FlvonoidaBio-Flvonoida Multi MineralMulti Mineral Alpha Lipoic AcidAlpha Lipoic Acid GlutathioneGlutathione CoQ10CoQ10
  29. 29. The Key to Having all These Nutrients is…
  30. 30. Trust Your Health to… HEALTH SCIENCES
  31. 31. Thank you

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