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1. Eat 5 – 7 different fruits and vegetables every day.
The enzymes are required by your body for:
Proper cellular processes.
Pushing your body to a more alkaline pH.
2. Eat some protein with every meal and snack.
3. Drink water!
Take your body weight and divide it by 2. Then, turn that number into ounces.
Example: a 100 lb person would require 50 ounces of water per day.
4. What five basic supplements should I add to my diet?
Omega 3 essential fatty acids
Calcium & Magnesium
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What is the number one nutritional deficiency in North America?
Answer: Vitamin D3
What do adequate amounts of Vitamin D3 do for me?
Answer: It aids in reducing your risk of cancer, flu’s and colds, osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis, depression, senile dementia, autism ect.
How much Vitamin D3 should I take?
Answer: Research indicates that a minimum of 2000 IU per day no matter what you age. There is not risk of Vitamin D toxicity.
Doesn’t my skin produce Vitamin D3?
Answer: Yes, in 20 minutes of sun exposure your body can produce 10,000 IU’s of Vitamin D3. In 4 – 6 hrs in the sun you can produce up to 25,000 IUs of Vitamin D. However if you use sun block or live in a cloudy, smoggy environment your daily production may not be adequate.
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