In the news – Certain vitamins and minerals may help boost longevity | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

“These substances help keep the body running smoothly. If supplies run low, the body may have to pull resources from tasks like repairing DNA damage that keep cells younger and healthier, but keeping supplies up could prevent this, according to Ames.” Another reason why eating a nutrient dense diet is critical! Clean nutritious fuel for the body builds healthy strong cells. A diet full of organic seasonal non-starchy veggies, lots of traditional unprocessed fats and clean proteins will ensure you get nutrients that your body needs without much additional supplementation. We do supplement with Vitamin D, A and K because living in New England we do not get enough vitamin D. Vitamin K – “You can think of vitamin D as the gatekeeper, controlling who gets in, and vitamin K as the traffic cop, directing the traffic to where it needs to go.” – Dr. Mercola. Vitamin A – “Supplemental vitamin D increases your need for vitamin A, so don’t forget the aforementioned cod liver, which includes both.” – Tim Ferris. We take the supplement because I just can not make my kids eat cod liver and to make it easier we take a combo supplement of D-A-K. If you want to see the whole article, use the link below. via Certain vitamins and minerals may help boost longevity | News | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health To your health, Elena
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