Why is Nutritional Sufficiency So Important?
What Does the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Say?
“Although the clinical syndromes of vitamin deficiencies are unusual in Western societies, suboptimal vitamin status is not. Because suboptimal vitamin status is associated with many chronic diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, cancer and osteoporosis, it is important for physicians to identify patients with poor nutrition or other reasons for increased vitamin needs.”
Journal of the American Medical Association’ (JAMA), June 19, 2002 – Vol, 287, No. 23. Pg. 3124
Current Research has revealed that the MORE NUTRIENT DEFICIENT YOU ARE in specific nutrients- YOU INCREASE YOUR RISK FACTORS for developing:
- Common symptoms of poor health (aka dis-ease), such as skin conditions and digestive conditions, poor energy production causing fatigue, or diminished immunity causing increased colds (to name a few), and
- Common American diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, and obesity, (to name a few).
University of California, Berkeley, study reveals (and common logic dictates) the MORE NUTRIENT SUFFICIENT YOU ARE in specific nutrients – YOU DECREASE YOUR RISK FACTORS for common symptoms of poor health and common American diseases.
Nutritional Sufficiency dramatically lowers your risk factors for poor health, symptoms and disease. That is why is is so important!