Daily Complete Vitamins – Recommended Daily

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Daily complete vitamins should perform important functions such as slowing the aging process, strengthening the immune system and increasing energy levels. When considering which daily complete vitamins to take, remember that the least costly ingredients in a recommended daily vitamin are the vitamins and minerals. Your body also needs a wide array of anti-aging natural substances proven by clinical studies to provide specific health benefits.

Ideally, recommended daily vitamin and nutrient requirements would be supplied from your diet. For whatever reasons, many people make poor food choices every day. Junk food, processed food, sodas and sweets have become the norm for millions. Even with a well-balanced diet, studies find that nutrient values of foods have been declining for decades because of soil depletion.

Choosing one of the high-quality, broad-spectrum daily complete vitamins helps fill the ‘nutritional gaps’ that everyone has. The recommended daily vitamin essential nutrients that the body requires are extensive and are much more than just vitamins. High quality daily complete vitamins should include nutrients such as:

Amino acids like L-Carnosine, alpha lipoic acid and acetyl L-Carnitine that have powerful proven health benefits.

Bioflavanoids such as quercetin. Studies suggest quercetin may have inhibitory effects on various forms of cancer including breast, leukemia, colon, ovary, oral squamous cell, endometrial, gastric and non-small-cell lung carcinomas.

Enzymes such as lipase and protease that improve the bioavailability of the nutrients.

Immune system enhancing nutrients such as aloe vera, beta glucan 1,3 and polysaccharides.

Neuronutrients like DMAE that is reported to minimize buildup of age spots in the brain. DMAE has been shown to stimulate lucid dreams, suggesting possible sleep pattern enhancement and memory enhancment.

Eye health nutrients such as bilberry, lutein and zeaxanthin.

These recommended daily vitamin nutrients must be in correct proportions to each other based on the latest research. Few persons are qualified to design daily complete vitamins formulas, and most qualified persons are employed in the pharmaceutical industry. There are many different ‘fractions’ of each natural ingredient that must be examined individually, and the interactions of the various fractions followed at the molecular level to determine what metabolic pathway they may take in the body. For example, most people know that zinc benefits the male prostate, but few manufacturers/marketers know that most forms of zinc will not follow the metabolic pathway needed to get to the prostate.

And the ‘delivery system’ for daily complete vitamins is crucial. The active ingredients in most tablets, capsules, and liquid supplements never reach the intended organs. This is because they are damaged by stomach acids, or in the case of cheap tablets made with binders, pass right through your system. Done correctly, the daily complete vitamins and nutrients are released along with the enzymes intact in the duodenum (small intestine) where maximum absorption can occur.