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Nutritional Intelligence

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Nutritional Intelligence

  1. 1. If you eat a sufficient diet, you don’t need to supplement with Vitamins & Minerals
  2. 2. Only 11% of US population have 5‐8 fruits &  vegetables every day25% have no vegetables on a daily basis50% have no fruits on a daily basis
  3. 3. The science of micro-nutrition is poorlyunderstood by the medical profession whocontinue to promote a balanced diet of 5fruit and vegetables per day, but who fail tonotice that... This advice is not backed by any solid scientific evidence. Many people do not have access to a balanced diet. Where they do, modern food processes and agricultural practices remove nutrients from the food chain.
  4. 4. According to RDA’s, we don’t need additional supplementation
  5. 5. Not everyone needs to supplement with micronutrients
  6. 6. “We recommend that all adults take one multivitamin daily” Journal of American Medical Association (June 19, 2002)
  7. 7. “Supplementation with multivitamins during the first years of lifemay reduce the risk of allergic disease at school age”Marmsjo K, Rosenlund H, et al, Am J Clin Nutr, 2009 Oct 28
  8. 8. Most vitamins end up asexpensive Vitamin P
  9. 9. 1999: 1st Survey to addressmicronutrient deficiencies in SA2003: Food fortification Mandate iron, zinc, vitamin A, thiamin, riboflavin and vitamin B6 to maize and wheat bread flour2005: 2nd NFC Survey
  10. 10. 2 out of 3 Children & 1 out of 4Women have poor Vitamin A statusIn comparison to 1999: Prevalence of poor Vitamin A status has gotten WORSE
  11. 11. Recommendations The food fortification programme must continue… Innovative means of communication such as the cell phone should be used to disseminate nutrition education messages Introduce a national day for single high dose vitamin A supplements
  12. 12. Nationally, 45% of children had aninadequate zinc statusRecommendations The food fortification programme must continue … Provide appropriate and comprehensive training to personnel of crèches to administer zinc supplements
  13. 13. Deterioration in the Vitamin A, Iron and Zincstatus in children and women of child-bearingageA positive knowledge, attitude and behaviourtowards food fortificationWide purchase and use of fortified products athousehold level
  14. 14. Natural wholesome foodFoodState® nutrients Amino‐acid chelates Synthetic isolated supplements plus food (a physical blend) Synthetic isolated supplements
  15. 15. Carbohydrates EnzymesGlycoprotein Vit C Vit C Lipids Proteins Vitamin C with peptide carriers Bioflavonoids
  16. 16. 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Stage I Stage II Stage III Stage IV Gummy Ascorbic  Acid
  17. 17. Carbohydrates EnzymesGlycoprotein Vit C Vit C Lipids Proteins Vitamin C with peptide carriers Bioflavonoids
  18. 18. We find that there is less than 20 mg ofascorbic acid in a potato. Yet this smallamount, since it is complexed in a foodsource, is all the body needs not only toprevent scurvy, but also to cure it.By contrast, the isolated chemicalascorbic acid has been shown to beinsufficient in resolving a scurvycondition, simply because it does not actas a nutrient.
  19. 19. 600 540% Increase in Blood 480 420 360 Foodstate 300 240 180 120 60 Isolate 0 0 2 4 8 12 24 Hours after Ingestion
  20. 20. 900810720630540450360270180 90 0 Calcium Calcium Foodstate Carbonate Gluconate Calcium University of Scranton
  21. 21. 180170160150140130120110100 90 80 Zinc Sulphate Zinc Gluconate FoodState Zinc Vinson, et al (1989)
  22. 22. 7060 Zinc Gluconate50 Zinc Yeast40302010 0‐10 0‐24h 0‐48h Tomkins, et al (2007)
  23. 23. 200 192 200 170 130 128 128 100 100 100 100 100 100 0 FOODSTATE USP
  24. 24. 1000 908 800 600 394 400 200 124 149 137 147 100 100 100 100 100 100 0
  25. 25. WITH FOODSTATE® NUTRIENTS, ONLY CONSERVATIVEAMOUNTS NEED TO BE TAKEN…Because they are absorbed as readily as food and are retained longer by the body, providing high potency reserves that the body can use when it needs them most.The human body does not utilize isolated chemicals efficiently and taking them in mega doses is not only ineffectual but may also be dangerous.
  26. 26. 200 172 156 129 134 100 101100 100 10095 100 101100 71 57 0 0 FOODSTATE USP CHELATE
  27. 27. ORGANIC: the botanical productwas grown in a chemical-freeenvironmentNATURAL: the final product hasbeen made solely from botanicalresources without any use ofadditives or preservatives
  28. 28. For the discovery that proteinshave intrinsic signals that governtheir transport and localization inthe cell Gunter Blobel
  29. 29. Carbohydrates EnzymesGlycoprotein Ca Lipids Proteins Calcium with  Bioflavonoids peptide carriers
  30. 30. Exclusive, proprietary technology Over twenty‐five years of scientific  research and consumer experience Safe with no toxicityBetter than isolated USP supplementsIncreased absorption, retention, and  bioavailability
  31. 31. American Journal of Medicine ( June 2007)
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