want2bike wrote:Vitamin D is a sunshine vitamin and not sure you can ever get enough vitamin D from diet alone. I was taking cod liver oil and eating salmon and was still deficient in vitamin D. As we get older our bodies have a problem absorbing the vitamins and minerals. It is important for us to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables so we can get all the nutrients. Some vegans think they can eat the process foods and that is OK You need to eat the whole food if you want to get all the vitamins and minerals. Some people are deficient in vitamins and minerals because of the heavy metals they have in their bodies. These heavy metals occupy places on the cell that were made for other minerals. IF you have a mouth full of amalgam filling there is a good chance you will be zinc deficient. Mercury has a higher affinity for the cell and will replace the zinc. Some people are deficient in iodine because of the chlorine, fluorine and bromide they are consuming. I could be wrong but I believe God when he put Adam and Eve in the garden and told them to eat the fruits and vegetables. God put all the nutrients in the vegetables and instructed us to eat them if we want good health. Our bodies weren't designed to eat animals and there is much evidence animals make us sick. My belief is MS is a cause by many things and when you body get more toxins than it can deal with we get sick. Doesn't matter what they name the disease but it is the results of too many toxins and not enough nutrients. There is a problem when we try and figure out which nutrients we need since each of us is different. Sorry you feel be a vegan is responsible for you MS but there are many healthy vegans in our world. The main problem vegans have today is the GMO issue and factory farms. That is not only a vegan problem but they are feeding these GMO foods to the animals. This along with the antibiotics, steroids and pesticides in our environment makes for very sick animals. It is a sick world we live in and each of us must find out what works for us. Since we are all different each of us must find the correct diet.
want2bike wrote:Vitamin D is a sunshine vitamin and not sure you can ever get enough vitamin D from diet alone.
neither necessarily providing much in terms of d3 cofactors. about cofactors: http://www.vitamindcouncil.org/about-vi ... -minerals/want2bike wrote:I was taking cod liver oil and eating salmon and was still deficient in vitamin D.
in part a side effect of zinc deficiency.want2bike wrote:As we get older our bodies have a problem absorbing the vitamins and minerals.
I totally agree. whole, colourful, nutrient-dense selections, balanced wrt inflammation factor ratings.want2bike wrote:It is important for us to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables so we can get all the nutrients.
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