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    Vitamins A Key to Good Health

    Vitamins are essential for proper body function. If you do not get enough of the essential vitamins you need, several problems can occur, from bone loss to headaches. So, the question you need to ask yourself is: Are you getting enough of the vitamins you need? You need lots of vitamins, and all are going to strengthen your body in various ways. Let's take a look at vitamin C, for example.

    Vitamin C is a very important vitamin. Vitamin C is an essential vitamin to get enough of if you want to keep your immune system functioning and for keeping your connective tissue healthy. Vitamin C is a great vitamin to get enough of if you want to slow down the aging process. If you get enough vitamin C in your diet every day, it will help to keep away the wrinkles by keeping the connective tissue under the skin strong and healthy. Not to mention that vitamin C is a strong anti-oxidant, and is often used in large doses to treat patients with cancer and other chronic diseases.

    Something to consider with vitamin C is that our bodies don't store it very well and we can't make it, so we must get all of our vitamin C from our diets. Eating a healthy diet chock full of fresh fruits and vegetables, we will get plenty of vitamin C. However, not everyone eats fruits and vegetables in the quantities needed to get enough vitamin C. Many can't get their children to eat enough fruits and vegetables. So what is an alternative solution?

    While nothing can completely replace the value of eating fresh fruits and vegetables in your daily diet, there are things you can do to fill in the gaps. Everyone needs 5 to 9 daily servings of fresh fruits and vegetables for the nutrients they contain and for general health, but if you take a look at your eating habits you will likely find that 5-9 servings is probably close to double what you and your children are actually getting.

    The following is a list of some simple things you can do to implement more vitamins into your diet without significant changes to your daily routine:

    -Instead of buying juices, try buying whole fruits and a juicer and making your own. It does not take much longer, and can provide you with many more vitamins than the prepackaged variety. The closer you get your food to nature the better it is going to be fore you.

    -Have fresh veggies on hand and available for snacking. Cut cucumber, have baby carrots, and any of your other favorite vegetables, already washed and ready to go so that the next time you reach for a snack. It is as easy to grab a slice of fruit, or a piece of vegetable as it is to grab junk food.

    -Make your own salsa, ketchup, etc., or buy the fresh made variety. While it is convenient to purchase processed salsa that does not require refrigeration until after it is opened, many of the nutritional values are lost. So, when you are in the mood for salsa, slice up your favorite salsa ingredients and eat fresh salsa.

    -Try all natural supplementation of the vitamins and minerals your body is missing. A good choice for this option would be Zija. It is an all natural health beverage that is conveniently packaged in a small can that can easily fit in your purse or bag. It is made from the Moringa oleifera tree, which is an excellent source of many vitamins, including vitamin A, B, C, D and much more. It is also a great source for calcium, protein, and potassium. Zija does not have a bunch of artificial ingredients; rather, it is made from the parts of the tree that are the most nutritious, They are dried, ground up, then water is added to them and they are packaged to make a quick and easy drink.

    -Have one day a week where you abstain from the junk, and load up on the good stuff. One day is not too much to ask, it is easy to do, and can taste great. While nutrition and health may be reasons you eat certain fruits and vegetables, there are many other reasons why you choose the ones you do, such as crunchiness, juiciness, or bright colors. Whatever the reason, try to eat them often; most are quick to prepare and easy to eat.

    -Try all of the above, this is a great way to meet all of your nutritional needs with little change to your already established eating habits. You can make small adjustments like fresh juices and salsas, etc., instead of packaged ones, and then fill in the gaps of your diet with the well-rounded and extremely healthy drink Zija.

    Eric Thorn, a successful businessman, highly recommends the Zija Moringa Beverage as a well-rounded and extremely healthy drink that fills in the gaps of your diet. Visit Zija Moringa Drink - From the Moringa Tree - A Healthy Home Business to learn more about Zija.


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