Week 5 CheckPoint multivitamin review

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Week 5 CheckPoint: Multivitamin Review The only multivitamin that I have in my house is my wife’s women’s one a day vitamins. This multivitamins dose is based on a 2000 calorie diet. This particular multivitamins has roughly 20 different vitamins and minerals ranging from Vitamin A to Chromium. Each of the different items provide anywhere from 13% to 100% of the daily value of each vitamin and mineral. Taking a vitamin supplement daily should ensure that we get enough of the necessary vitamins our bodies need for good growth and health of the body cells. If a vitamin supplement is taken every day, it will not raise vitamin levels to the point of toxicity in a person with an average diet. If too many vitamins are taken, either accidentally or intentionally, the levels may
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Unformatted text preview: increase to appoint where the body is damaged. Depending on the vitamin involved, one or more body systems may be damaged, brain, liver, and kidneys for example. The actual symptoms vary widely, and depend on which vitamin has been over-dosed. Misusing vitamins can be very dangerous. Our bodies require vitamins to function correctly, to grow properly, to minimize cell damage and to prevent vitamin deficiency diseases, which were at one time quite common. In general, the average American diet (although too high in fats and sugars) would normally provide all the Vitamin needs of the average person. Vitamin supplements have a role to play in ensuring that those people with marginal diets do not suffer vitamin deficiency, and if taken properly can be useful to some people....
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