A Well Balanced and Varied Diet.
Your diet should be high in
fruits and vegetables and low in saturated fat. Especially
important are legumes, whole grains, cold-water fish and soy.
The Japanese who have a low rates of breast cancer, prostate
cancer and heart disease eat a diet which is high in tofu and
other soy products.
Your Immune System Strong with zinc and vitamins C and E., herbs
Your Vision by avoiding excess sun exposure - wear sunglasses.
Eat foods that contain vitamins A, C and E as well as the
carotenes, beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin.
Risk of Arteriosclerosis, Heart Disease, Stroke and Cancer
limiting saturated fat and cholesterol in the diet and
increasing intake of vitamins B12, C, E and D, folate. The
minerals calcium and selenium, as well as soluble fiber,
garlic, tea and grape flavonoids are also helpful.
Mentally Alert with B vitamins, antioxidants and
Ginkgo has been clinically tested only on people with
dementia, it may help healthy people as well.
Imperial Gold Maca™ may be used for this
Bones from osteoporosis with a diet rich in calcium and vitamin D.
Take supplements to ensure you meet the RDA (Recommended
Daily Allowance). Calcium supplements which also contain
Magnesium, Zinc and Boron work better. Help your body make its own vitamin D by spending some time in
the sun - a minimum of 10 minutes every day.
and increase cellular energy activity with
maintain strong muscles, mix aerobic exercise with
muscle-strengthening activities such as weight training.
Weight-bearing exercises also keep bones healthy. When
combined with aerobic exercises, they also keep weight down.
Carrying excess weight has been linked to heart disease and
certain forms of cancer.
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