This debate is almost as old as time itself. I myself have been at odds with a doctor friend of mine for more than 10 years. He believed that taking vitamins made for nothing more than expensive urine, and I held fast to the belief that vitamins are a necessary supplementation to food!
Interestingly, I received a phone call from him just the other day. He asked if I had seen the Harvard report that just may put an end to our differing views. I admitted that I had. Sheepishly, almost inaudibly he confessed that perhaps he had been wrong. That just maybe vitamins did play an important role in good nutrition and in turn better health. Hallelujah! I am not sure which is sweeter, Harvard professing the virtues of vitamins to the world at large or my doctor friend quietly confessing to me! Well, one thing is for sure: It doesn’t get any clearer than this!
Eating right keeps you healthy and gives you the complex vitamins necessary to fight off cellular changes that lead to cancer, heart disease and osteoporosis, according to Robert H. Fletcher, M.D., M.Sc, and Kathleen M. Fairfield, M.D., Dr.PH, both with Harvard Medical School. They continue saying, problem being, virtually everyone in the general population is at risk, because we simply just don’t eat right. “We recommend that all adults take one multivitamin daily.”
After reviewing almost 40 years of research, the Harvard doctors found associations between diseases and vitamins. It’s an old but true analogy: Like that car that sits in your driveway, your body needs regular maintenance- VITAMINS- to keep the motor running, to help you get more miles until you’re hauled off to the junkyard.
We stand now even more encouraged in knowing that One Life USA and the Brabec Foundation are joined by doctors at Harvard in promoting good health through vitamins.
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