reply to post by kittendaydreamer
I am lucky enough to have a wonderful girlfriend that juices twice a day for me, everyday, but the best lazy option which I was on 2 years ago was
liquid. Off the shelf liquid multi vitamin, shot or two taken daily. Source of Life
has good products and is in the typical health food
stores or vitamin mall shops.
Everyone has different needs, and what an iron deficient person would need would be different then someone lacking vitamin D. Research is key to
finding key nutrients you would like or find you lack and then go out and look for a product that sells them. I did sublinguals for a long time with
, even though it was built on a scheme to sell vitamins they were good products as of 2-3 years ago. I find that sublinguals for
hormones and water based vitamins works well enough to forgo the price, but in the end the liquid multi vitamin's shot a day and the ability to buy it
locally when I ran out won out in the end of always ordering the Vitamist.
Today I would say, don't sell out your health and bring a banana, apple, and orange with you everyday to have as snacks, juicing increasing the
goodness and the next step. I drink 20 ozs of a mixture of 7-8 fruits and veggies and get goosebumps every time. I do this throughout the day,
usually 30-40 ozs daily. It is better than caffeine and a shock of electricity combined although it is a pain in the arse to clean the machine after
you make it. Make sure your body can take it, the majority of people are not used to the concentrations of vitamins and minerals and will send you to
the restroom in a hurry. My first wheat grass juicing morning is memorable to this day, (I am smiling thinking about it) baby steps though and 6
months you will be completely different.
I suggest you fill out a typical questionnaire about your health and keep it to look back on to remember you had a bad back, bad sleeping habits,
headaches, depression or anything other possible health related issue. If you have problems now, see a doctor to make sure your idea are not over the
top straight out of the gate.
I find recommended daily values are the starting point, but I am in my 30's and great health. I take multi B shots weekly, I eat more than double my
values of fruits and veggies a day and eat NO processed food. If you are different then this than study a bit because although these are in all food
we eat, the right combinations are key, and not overdosing
!!!!!!! like turning blue on silver supplements, don't be that guy......
on 24-5-2011 by coolhanddan because: (no reason given)