By Alane Stieglitz-Wincek, ND, CNC, Atlanta, Ga
Read this first if you are looking for the best vitamins Atlanta, Ga.
The food we eat plays a massive part in how we feel in our everyday lives. If you feel like something isn’t right and you feel ‘off,’ you may well have a vitamin deficiency. You think of getting your vitamins and minerals from the foods you eat but does it happen? In the world today, everyone is so busy running here and there that many times a nutritious meal is a hard thing to come by. And popping a simple multi vitamin may be enough for some people, but it usually isn’t enough to support a severe deficiency or make a huge difference in someone’s health.
I do take vitamins Atlanta. I live in Atlanta, Ga, and I take vitamins. I only take what my body needs, though, and no more! I used to work in a bustling vitamin shop many years ago, and the number of vitamin sales during a busy Saturday bothered me. People were rushing to buy the newest and best vitamins for their health, but how did they know the vitamins they were buying would help? I loved that they wanted to improve their health, but there had to be a way for people to know precisely which vitamins their bodies needed before they bought them.
Here are a few foods that are loaded with healthy vitamins Atlanta, Ga
Did you know kale is among the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet? Kale has vitamins A, K, C, and B6, just to name a few. Kale is also high in antioxidants which help counteract oxidative damage by free radicals in the body. Oxidative damage is believed to be among the leading drivers of aging and many diseases, including cancer. These statements are pretty powerful. This helps reiterate the importance of knowing if you have a vitamin deficiency and if the foods you are eating are providing you with enough vitamins and minerals.
Let’s take spinach; this dark leafy green is essential for your skin, hair, and bone health. Spinach helps with cancer and asthma prevention, diabetes management, bone health, and even promotes regularity. Spinach also provides needed protein, iron, vitamins, and minerals. You can see how not having this leafy green in your diet could cause a vitamin deficiency.
Our final veggie of the day is broccoli. In the vitamin category, among all 100 of our Whole Foods, broccoli represents our 3rd best source of vitamin C, 10th best source of vitamin E, and 16th best source of vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids). Broccoli also serves as our top source of chromium, an excellent source of manganese, and a good source of selenium and zinc.
How can I help? First, I can run comprehensive bloodwork to show you precisely what your body needs for optimal health and wellness. Second, I can order a complete intra-cellular vitamin and mineral test to identify the exact nutrients your body needs and which vitamins you should buy.
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BioMed Research International, Volume 2014, Article ID 761264, 19 pages