Food

Vitamins & Minerals an Overview

This is an overview of vitamins and minerals. In this video the viewer will learn about the two classifications of vitamins and what foods are best to consume for increasing their vitamin and mineral intake. It also touches on supplements and the possible limitations.

Mineral Deficiencies – Causes & Effects

David Ewens discusses the causes of mineral deficiencies and details the most effective & Bio-available (absorbable) minerals to use as the basis for health.
He also covers the little-known fact that rock derived Elemental minerals/metals (iron,zinc, etc) that are commonly used in supplements & mineral water are actually dangerous to the body.
There are approx 72 Minerals that are essential for fundamental health processes. Without them, the bodily functions can start to go out of balance.
All dis-ease begins with mineral deficiency.

Optimals Nutrifii – with Deanna Latson and Dr. Ray Strand

How much nutrition is packed into a daily serving of Optimals?

ARIIX Optimals contain an abundance of beneficial vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. To give you an idea of just how much nutrition is packed into a daily serving of Optimals,
you would have to eat 28 oranges for vitamin C, 15 lbs. of beef for vitamin B12, 30 heads of spinach or 25 lbs. of butter for vitamin E, (12) 6-8 oz. salmon steaks, and 52 eggs for vitamin D,  to get the equivalent amount contained in a daily serving of Optimals.

Optimals also comprise a signature whole food dried vegetable juice blend that is certified to be grown from GMO free seeds and without pesticides. This blend includes broccoli, carrot, tomato, beet, spinach, cucumber, Brussels sprout, cabbage, celery, kale, asparagus, green bell pepper, cauliflower, parsley, and wheat grass.

The vegetable blend adds important enzymes, peptides, and phytonutrients that support the body’s ability to absorb and utilize vitamins and minerals, and to help support those who have low daily consumption of vegetables.

Vitamin and Mineral Requirements in Human Nutrition