Wednesday, November 14, 2012

How effective are the vitamins you currently take?
Suzie AhmadWednesday, November 14, 2012 0 comments

Assalam...
Dah rabu dah arini.. esok Maal Hijrah...
jangan lupa baca doa awal tahun (lepas maghrib) & doa akhir tahun (lepas asar)
Malam ni nak balik Johor ambik Adam... weeeeee... after 3 days tinggalkan dia kat kampung... hehe cian Adam....

ok bukan tu aku nak citer.. akunak citer pasal pemilihan supplement/vitamin... How effective the vitamin?? 

article ni aku ambil dari multivitaminguide.org 

The vast majority of vitamins and other nutritional supplements that you find at the store are practically worthless, and buying them is a waste of your money.. kenapa? sebab kebanyakkan dari vitamin terbabit adalah dari jenis sintetik.. ada bahan perasa.. ada bahan tiruan... & macam2 lagi... most of them bukan semulajadi... 

You want to improve your health, feel better, and boost your energy levels, and you wonder if the multivitamin supplements you see at the grocery store can help. Unfortunately, the honest answer is "NO" in most cases – but as you’ll see, there are vitamins that will help you feel more energetic and healthier. You just need to know what they are and where to find them.  - jawapannyer senang jer.. Shaklee kan ade... where to find? just PM me & i'll guide you... jangan malu2... saya tak makan orang....

The table below provides the Effectiveness Scores from multivitamin reviews of popular brands available on the market. 
aku dah print screen kan.. bahagian Shaklee...

Contrary to popular belief (and much advertising), some of the most widely available and well-known multivitamin brands received low scores, meaning they are not very effective. Some received such poor scores that they should be pulled off the market. To be honest, they’re not much more effective than a simple sugar pill.
Let’s look at where store brand vitamins went wrong in our reviews:
  • Their compositions do not follow the Optimal Daily Intake index, so from the start, they’re poorly formulated.
  • Their bioavailability is low, meaning the body does not absorb them well.
  • They have little synergistic effect, which means the proportions of vitamins and minerals do not work well with each other.
  • Finally, their potency levels are below the Optimal Daily Intake index, so you’re not getting the vitamin strength you need.
The reviews found that only eight multivitamin brands met or exceeded the benchmark of 8.0 for high supplement quality, potency, and bioavailability. You may not have heard of these brands, so we show you where to find them.
Use our guide to look for a vitamin with a score that exceeds 8.0, which is excellent. Unfortunately, the vast majority of vitamin products do not come close to that benchmark.
We strongly advise using a multivitamin product with a score of 8.0 or above for best results. 

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