The Supernutrition Curves

To guide you in maximizing your Super-nutrition score and optimizing your health, use the discussions, suggestions, and Super-nutrition curves in the following articles “Vita­min Guide with Super-nutrition Curves.” Each critical nu­trient is discussed separately, and a guide is provided to show you relative relationships between the RDA, opti­mum intake, and toxicity diseases.

The Super-nutrition curve illustrates the relationship be­tween health and nutrient intake. The horizontal axis represents nutrient intake, with greatest amounts on the right; the vertical scale represents health, the best being at the top. The object is to optimize your health to find the nutrient level that gives you the highest Super-nutrition.

Super-nutrition point, on the straight line BE, represents the amount of nutrients that you should take for best health. Point 1 is the official RDA, point 2 is a typical Super-nutrition starting point, point 3 is the point at which one general!) begins to feel the effects of the program, and point 5 is the level at which toxic effects begin to show in some people. Point 6 is a dangerously toxic level.

You now have die facts to help you find your best health a superior health. The Super-nutrition score will tell you how well you are doing, and the Super-nutrition curve will tell you what you need to know about each vitamin as you improve your health.

This is a start. The information is here for you to con­struct your supplement plan; suggestions (not prescrip­tions) are offered, and facts about the use of Super nutri­tion are given. The rest is up to you. Do not become a fanatic or a “health nut,” but do read all you can to learn more about how nutrition affects your health; it is a good idea to subscribe to one or two nutrition magazines.

Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin with known toxicity. Although its toxicity has been exaggerated, it is a factor well worth consideration. Carotene is converted in the body to vitamin A (retinol); it comes from vegetable sources (carrots, peas, lettuce, sweet potatoes, and toma­toes). Retinol comes from animal sources (liver, eggs, and dairy foods).

Agreed junction: Vitamin A is necessary to normal growth and to skeletal development. It is also important in maintaining the health of the cells of mucous mem­branes and skin and in the normal functioning of all tis­sue. It is essential to the regeneration of visual purple hi the eye and thus especially critical to night vision.

Comments

  1. E_BAB3 says:

    um well go to the gym maybe after work or w.e your schedule is try walking and oo eat like fruit anytime you get hungry also like do a couple push up or sit up and lift weight every day even if its like 5 minutes try doing will your watching t.v