Bill Sardi Health Blog
Modern Medicine Slams Door On Multivitamins While USDA Report Concludes: Nearly Entire US Population Over-Consumes Foods With Empty Calories
09-05-2018 by Bill Sardi
While health authorities continue to maintain a well-balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables is the best way to get needed nutrients and normal, healthy adults who are receiving recommended daily intake of nutrients can do without multivitamins, a published report issued by the US Department of Agriculture concludes “nearly the entire U.S. population consumes a diet with fewer vegetables and whole grains than recommended and a large majority under-consume fruits.” The survey reveals a “pervasive overconsumption of nutrient-poor energy sources that represent empty calories.”
Over 90% of women age 19-30 had usual intakes below recommendations for 8 food groups. Ubiquitous over-consumption of solid fats, added sugars and alcoholic beverages were evident among adults age 71 years and older.
Does Your Multivitamin Provide Nutrients That Boost Natural Killer Cell Activity To Optimize Your Immune System?
02-28-2018 by Bill Sardi
Modern medicine has a proposition for you. Here it is:
Grow old, wait for your immune system to decline, develop pneumonia, cancer and all manner of viral infections, then let modern medicine step in and rescue you from life-threatening health problems.
With that in mind, modern medicine is ramping up efforts to utilize a subset of white blood cells known as natural killer (NK) cells primarily to kill cancer cells. Natural killer cells release a toxic chemical called interferon to destroy tumor cells.
05-31-2017 by Bill Sardi
Multivitamins are often formulated to compete on price against other brands and therefore provide the cheapest forms of vitamins and minerals available since 80% of consumers buy on price rather than quality. However, the most expensive vitamins consumers can buy are those that don’t work.
Pyridoxine is the common form of B6 provided in more than 95% of multivitamins. It is an effective but not optimal form of this vitamin and most of the time converts to pyridoxyl 5 phosphate (P5P-B6), the active form of this B vitamin in the human body.