THE CONCEPT OF ESSENTIALITYHEALTH SUPPLEMENT:AND IT BENEFITSHAMIZAN HADI BIN ADDNANB10A061SBP2_2
DEFINITIONS OF HEALTH SUPPLEMENT By the simplest definition an essential element is one required to sustain life whose absence lead death and illness Nutrition therapies play an essential role in disease management, healthcare, and should be provided by professional qualified nutritionist.
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NATURAL ANDARTIFICIAL By law, vitamin supplements must possess the biological potency printed on the table. The International Unit, IU, a standard of measurement, was developed to compensate for the differences between natural and synthetic forms of vitamin E. supplements containing 400IU of vitamin E should, therefore have the same measurable potency, whether they contain natural or synthetic vitamin E.
Because some of the [forms] of alpha-tocopherol present in [synthetic] alpha-tocopherol are not useable by the body, synthetic alpha-tocopherol is less bioavailable and only about half as potent [as natural vitamin E] ---Linus Pauling Institute . Only 12.5% of synthetic vitamin E is the biologically active d-alpha-tocopherol. According to Traber (1998), synthetic vitamin E, known incorrectly as d/l-vitamin E, has a biological activity about 2/3 that of natural vitamin E.
Its can be get from or daily diets. Some of them cannot be taken excessively Most of the supplement is chemically create. Taking excessively can lead to death We spend millions on them, yet mounting scientific evidence says they offer few benefits – and may even shorten our lives. So are any worth taking? --- -Rob Sharp reports
Vitamin A Liver, full-fat dairy products, spinach, broccoli, tomato juice, peppers and watercress. Orange things, such as mango, dried apricots, butternut squash, carrots, sweet potatoes and pumpkin tend to be good sources of this vitamin. Vitamin E Broccoli, nuts, soya beans, brussels sprouts, spinach and eggs. Some believe vitamin E is destroyed by heat, so try to eat your vegetables raw or lightly cooked Vitamin B Vitamin B1 is found in whole grains, flour and bread and green leafy vegetables