In some countries where they experience less than 6 hours of sunlight, they have less vitamin D in their system. Some may feel that it’s naturally occurring so people should ignore the effects. To the contrary, it is common knowledge that lack of sufficient vitamin D leads to depression. Reactions between chemicals and fluids are constantly occurring in the human body. During these processes, other chemicals are released into the human system that results in certain behavior. Some mental illness have been linked to chemical imbalances either as a cause or effect. Vitamins play a major role in the chemical reactions which takes place in the human body.
Every individual should know what food type will provide them the on demand vitamins. The services of a Nutritionist cannot be overemphasized. Adequate consumption of vitamins could ensure that the right processes occur and chemicals secreted into the body.
- Your Guide to Health – Chapter 5: Foods that Build the Body
- Your Guide to Health – Chapter 6: Protein Foods for Health
- Your Guide to Health – Chapter 7: Minerals your Body Needs
The information provided in this series ‘Your Guide to Health’ are based, in part, on the book “Your Guide to Health” written by Dr. Clifford Russell Anderson. The following is meant as public enlightenment rather than as an alternative to engaging the services of a qualified medical professional. ‘Your Guide to Health’ is available on Amazon.
There are different food types with high amounts of individual or combination of vitamins. Charts are available with such information. Your Guide to Health in Chapter 8 (Vitamins to Keep you Healthy) gives details on the impact of vitamins on the body. The chapter focuses on:
- How processing strips foods of their vitamins
- What vitamins amount to in the system
- Some effects of deficiency of vitamins
“Without a doubt, the biggest health benefits of glutathione are the result of its antioxidant properties. Oxidative stress, which occurs when the balance of free radicals and antioxidants twists in favour of free radicals, can result in cell damage. Research shows this process is linked to cancer, autoimmune disorders, cataracts, rheumatoid arthritis, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases, and accelerated aging itself”, Med Today – Glutathione Rich foods (YouTube).