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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Why Do Millions of People Take Multi-Vitamins?

Millions of people around the world take multi-vitamins and other supplements, but convincing scientific evidence of any true health benefit is lacking, experts say. Now a new study explores why people continue to consume nutritional supplements.

"Most people take supplements because they believe it will improve their health, but we really don't know whether that's true," said study lead author Regan Bailey, a nutritional epidemiologist in the Office of Dietary Supplements at the U.S. National Institutes of Health. With other experts there are plenty of clinical studies to prove vitamins and supplements help people have improved health.

"Moreover, the vast majority of supplements used are based on personal choice, not because they are recommended by health care professionals," because doctors are highly compensated in various ways from pharmaceutical companies to promote their drugs and not encourage patients to eat better and supplement their food diet with vitamins.

Nearly half of U.S. adults use dietary supplements, Bailey noted, and supplements are a $30-billion-a-year business.

"People have very strong beliefs about these products and I don't know where they are getting their information," Bailey said. "It's not from the doctors. The majority of scientific data available do not support the role of dietary supplements for improving health or preventing of disease." Again, there are experts who side with the pharmaceutical companies with their high sales compensation and experts who side with vitamins supplements companies.

Some experts say supplements can be expensive and others say the opposite.

"A multivitamin might cost $20 a month. Why not spend that on more fresh produce?" said Marian Neuhouser, of the cancer prevention program at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, in Seattle. "If someone is eating a healthy diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables and whole grains -- a wide variety of foods -- they should be getting all the nutrition they need." One problem for many people is they don't have enough time to eat all the recommended organic food to have a proper healthy meal and that's why they take vitamins and supplements.

To examine why people take multivitamins, Bailey's team collected data on nearly 12,000 adults who took part in the 2007 to 2010 U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.

The researchers found that 45 percent of those taking a multivitamin did so because they believed it would improve their health, and 33 percent did so because they thought it would maintain their health.

Only 23 percent said their decision was based on advice from their doctor. Yes, there are some doctors prescribing vitamins and supplements to their patients because they know their patients will benefit from them. When they recommend supplements, doctors are most likely to recommend calcium for bone health (24 percent) or to improve overall health (18 percent), or Omega 3 Fish Oil for heart health (12 percent) or to supplement diet (11 percent), Bailey said.

It's hard to tell whether vitamins actually improve health, because "adults who use dietary supplements tend to report more healthy lifestyles," Bailey said. "They report better overall health, more exercise, moderate alcohol consumption and are more likely to [have never smoked] or be former smokers." These habits all contribute to having a strong healthy body.

A clear role exists for some dietary supplements -- such as Iron Folic Acid to reduce the risk of birth defects. Calcium and vitamin D play an important role in bone health, Bailey said.

Duffy MacKay, a spokesman for the supplement industry, said taking a multivitamin and other supplements is part of a healthy lifestyle.

"People who take a multivitamin in combination with a healthy diet, exercising regularly and practicing stress management are people who live long and prosperous," said MacKay, vice president for scientific and regulatory affairs at the Council for Responsible Nutrition.

Two recent studies highlight the ongoing debate on the value of multi-vitamins.

One, published in the Nov. 7 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that multivitamins will do nothing to help stave off heart disease, heart attack or stroke.

Yet another study published in the Oct. 17 issue of the same journal found that men who take multi-vitamins every day for several years may lower their risk of cancer by a small amount.

Another expert weighed in on the discussion.

Although vitamin and mineral supplements may be of benefit in certain instances, they cannot take the place of eating a variety of healthy foods every day, said Samantha Heller, an exercise physiologist and clinical nutrition coordinator at the Center for Cancer Care at Griffin Hospital in Derby, Conn.

"I wish that a portion of the $30 billion spent on dietary supplements was spent on healthy foods and gym memberships," Heller said.

If you don't have the time to eat a proper healthy diet as most people these days, vitamin supplements will help you live healthier and live longer.

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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

2013 Optimal Health Resolutions

What’s Your New Year’s Resolution to Achieve Optimum Health?

It's the start of the year. We relegate the old one to the rubbles of our memory and welcome 2013. While most people are still reeling from the blissful spell of alcohol and excessive cholesterol, others, as a matter of practice or inclination, would unravel the myth of the unknown that lies ahead for the next 365 days. And so we make our own plans which is oftentimes called New Year’s resolution.

It is normally on this meaningful day that people make their decisions to put things in perspective by living right and staying healthy all year long.

And we wonder, what do we usually promise ourselves whenever a new year comes?

Health&Fitness asked some of our friends this question: What are the daily habits or routine that you want to change or give up this 2013 to achieve better health and well-being? Here’s what they have to say.

“I would definitely want to cut down on food and drinks that make my body age faster than it should be. For 2013 I like to remove pork and red meat in my diet, and replace it with salads, fruits and fish. I would also like to limit my coffee and tea intake, and instead drink more water to hasten my metabolism, aid in digestion, and feel energized. And last, for my sweets (which I can never ever let go of) I would opt for dark chocolates instead of milk chocolates or compounds because they are healthier for the body.” — Karen Sta. Maria-Llana, media relations and planning manager, Manila Water Co.

“I wish I could stop eating chocolates and anything sweet. I also would like to change my habit of putting off plans to go back to dancing and working out. I need to exercise more and to refrain from playing games in my iPad!” — Milen Sison-de Quiros

“I intend to go back to playing badminton to have a balance lifestyle. I also intend to engage in other sports and fitness activities such as yoga and running.” — Leah C. Flor, media relations and planning manager, Manila Water Co.

“Working in a BPO company is very demanding, healthwise.... It entails that you work on a graveyard shift thus takes most of your waking energy so I want to be able to start taking vitamins and eating good food—including fruits in my daily meal. I also want to start going to the gym to keep myself and mind fit and not necessarily to lose weight.” — Rose Ann Baldeo-Carreon, housewife/call-center agent, Baguio City

“Spend more time with my nine-year-old son. And try to rediscover the world with him one day at a time.” — Luis T. Donato Jr., single dad/lawyer, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan

“I’ll try to understand and consider others’ feelings, less expectation so I won’t get hurt, stop eating too much, spend less and prioritize my health.”—Grace Villaviray, mother/businesswoman, ParaƱaque City

“Overcome my laziness to wake up early (5:30 a.m. to do brisk walking in UP and to do daily tai-chi). I must go to bed by 11:30 p.m., give up watching TV movies till past midnight so I can wake up early! It has always been a struggle to get up from bed! Also giving up watching TV movies will make me give up chocolates while watching TV. That’s shooting two birds with one stone!” — Neny Regino, media director, Policy Research, Information Systems & Media Relations

“I will be less judgmental of my wife. In fact, I will do my best not to utter even one critical remark the whole year and remind myself that she is the mother of our three beautiful children, whom I adore. The path to a long last relationship is never smooth. I shall have to do my part to make it succeed—which is, do more, talk less.” — Clement Mesenas, founding editor, Pinoy Singapore

“I’ll try to avoid sleeping past my bed time, wasting time over people with too much negativity in their system. For 2013, I’ll be choosier with my battles, stay closer to positive vibe and energy. For health reasons, para masaya—went back to jogging, no rice and no salty/sweet/oily food stuff.” — Dr. Jose Wendell P. Capili, professor and AVP for public affairs and director of alumni relations, University of the Philippines

“To save money for next year, I will stay away from taking a cab to work every day, which costs me HK$100 (P550) daily.” — Joy Faustino Magaling, Mandarin Hotel Macau

“The most awaited pageant Ms. Universe concluded placing the Philippines again in the first-loser position, this year the Philippine delegate yet again will go back and try to win the elusive title this year…nothing really to do with my resolution this year, which is to lose weight, stay fit, and get tough for competition. Two places for me this year—the gym, and anywhere where there is ground for running!" — Grace Acosta-Leyco, marketing manager, World Class Concepts Corp.

Optimal Health Resolutions for 2013 and Beyond

Exercise more physically and mentally. Get enough rest and sleep every day. Manage stress and take steps to reduce it in my life. Eat healthier by eating more fruits and vegetables. When I can't eat as healthy as I want to, take vitamins and supplements to provide my body the essential nutrients I'm missing in my diet.

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Monday, November 26, 2012

The Gift of Good Health this Christmas

Giving and Receiving the Gift of Good Health this Holiday Season

Vitamins Philippines wishes you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and Happy Healthly New Year!

Giving and receiving the gift of good health can last a lifetime with much gratitude from those receiving it.

Helping your loved one's and yourself live more healthy is one of the most valuable gifts to give and receive.

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Monday, November 19, 2012

Essential Nutrients for Your Strong Health

Do You Get Enough Daily Nutrients to Live Healthy?

Today most people do not eat enough whole foods to get the right healthy daily nutrients they need to have optimal health. Its hard for even the most health conscious people to get enough of the nutrients to have a health body and mind. If you don't eat enough healthy whole foods on a daily basis, click the links on the right column to to review Nutrilite vitamins supplement that will provide you the essential nutrients your body needs for strong health and long life.

Below is a short list of nutrients many people don't get enough of. You can eat more whole foods to get these nutrients or take a vitamin supplement in place of the whole food. The highlighted links below will take you to Nutrilite vitamins to correct the nutrient deficiency.

Potassium: Lower Blood Pressure

Many people don't get enough of seven essential nutrients. Potassium is a key one. Studies show that potassium can help keep blood pressure healthy. Potassium also supports fertility and muscle and nerve function. But while potassium is in lots of foods naturally -- like milk, potatoes, sweet potatoes, legumes, avocados, and bananas -- many people still aren't getting enough.

Magnesium: Prevent Disease

Low magnesium levels have been linked with health problems like osteoporosis, high blood pressure, diabetes, muscle cramps, and heart disease. Some people, such as the elderly, people with stomach or intestinal problems, or those who regularly drink alcohol, are at risk for having low magnesium levels. So eat your spinach -- and your beans, peas, whole grains, and nuts (especially almonds). They could do a lot for your health.

Vitamin A: Up Your Beta-Carotene

There are two types of vitamin A: retinol and carotenoids, like beta-carotene. Beta-carotene is a carotenoid found in many orange and yellow foods -- like sweet potatoes, carrots, and winter squash -- as well as spinach and broccoli. Vitamin A is key in supporting good vision, healthy immunity, and tissue growth.

Vitamin D: Strong Heart and Mind

Vitamin D is important in the development of healthy bones, muscles, and nerve fibers as well as a strong immune system. Though our bodies can make it by exposure to sunlight, experts recommend getting vitamin D in other ways. A few foods naturally contain D, such as fatty fish such as salmon and mackerel, mushrooms, liver, cheese, and egg yolks do. Milk, some brands of orange juice, and many cereals are fortified with vitamin D.

Calcium: More Than Strong Bones

You probably know that calcium is good for teeth and bones. But that's not all. Calcium helps maintain muscle function and heart rhythm. It might even help prevent high blood pressure. Dairy is a good source, but foods like salmon, kale, and broccoli are too. One tip: Without enough vitamin D, your body can't absorb the calcium you take in.

Vitamin C: Immunity Booster?

Can vitamin C prevent the common cold? Maybe not. But some studies suggest it can shorten the duration of symptoms. This vitamin, found in many fruits and vegetables, has other benefits, too. It boosts the growth of bone and tissue. As an antioxidant, it might also help protect cells from damage.

Fiber: Bulk Up

Fiber from grains, beans, and produce has loads of health benefits. It helps lower cholesterol and improve bowel regularity. It might lower the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers. And it's great for people trying to lose a few pounds. High-fiber foods are often filling and low in calories. Fiber supplements may, however, decrease the absorption of medications and supplements if they are taken at the same time.

Eat More Whole Foods and or Take Nutrient Supplements

Eating healthy as best as possible is always a good idea but is hard to do many times. Supplementing your diet with additional vitamin nutrients is always a good thing too. Doing both along with another good thing called daily exercise can provide you the chance a having optimal health. Again, eat as best as possible, and click the Nutrilite vitamins supplement links on the right column to fill in the nutrients your diet is missing.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Pregnancy Exercise Fitness and Health Before Baby Arrives

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Pregnancy Exercise and Fitness: Your Best Moves Before Baby Arrives


As a mom-to-be, you're focused on doing everything you can to have a healthy baby! Exercise is good for both you and your little one. In fact, the right moves can ease common discomforts like back pain and sleep troubles. One of the best exercises is swimming. It's gentle on your joints and relieves swollen ankles. And you'll feel light as a beach ball no matter how big your baby bump. Check with your health care provider before starting or continuing exercise in pregnancy.


Yoga strengthens core muscles, eases back pain, and helps you relax. And research shows that it may make labor shorter and more comfortable. Try a prenatal class, which is gentler and focuses on relaxation -- good prep for labor. Avoid the "hot yoga," Bikram, and after your first trimester, don't lie on your back. If something doesn't feel right, check with a fitness expert.

Indoor Cycling

Take a load off your legs! Cycling on a stationary bike is generally safe even if you're just starting an exercise program. Spinning is a good way to boost your heart rate without stressing your joints. As your belly grows, you can raise the handle-bars for greater comfort.

Weight Training

Light strength training can help you stay toned before and after delivery. If you were lifting weights before you got pregnant, chances are you can keep going as long as you go easy. Avoid heavy weights or routines where you have to lie flat on your back. If you weren't strength training before you got pregnant, find another exercise for now.

Brisk Walking

Whether you're on a trail or a treadmill, walking can safely help tone your muscles and improve your mood. It's also something most women can do right up to delivery. If you're just starting, try walking a semi-swift mile three days a week. Increase your time and speed a little each week, and build in hills as you get stronger.

Low-Impact Aerobics

Aerobics keep your heart and lungs strong, tone your body all over, and give you a burst of endorphins, a feel-good brain chemical. If you are an avid exerciser, the key is to lower the intensity of your workout to fit your changing body. If you're a beginner, look for a low-impact aerobics class taught by a certified aerobics teacher.

High-Intensity Sports

If you regularly run or play tennis, you don't need to stop -- but you may want to ease up on your routine. As you get closer to your due date, run on flat, groomed surfaces to reduce impact and avoid spills. This may also be a good time to postpone racquet sports that require good balance and sudden changes in body position.

Fit Tip: Abdominals

Exercises for your abs can ease an aching back and help fight a "sway back" posture that may develop as your uterus gets heavier. Two safe options are:

Kneeling Pelvic Tilt. On all fours with a flat back, tighten the abs and gently arch your back to the ceiling. Don't let your belly sag down.

Standing Pelvic Tilt. Back up to a wall, with your feet three inches out. Tighten your stomach and buttocks and press your low back to touch the wall.

Fit Tip: Stretching

"Tailor" stretches target pelvic, hip, and thigh muscles. They can also help lessen low back pain. Try these:

Tailor sit. Sit with your knees bent and ankles crossed. Lean forward a little, keeping your back straight.

Tailor press. Sit with your knees bent and the bottoms of your feet together. Place your hands under your knees. Press your knees down against your hands and your hands up against your knees. Hold a few seconds and release.

Fit Tip: Kegels

The beauty of Kegel exercises is that you can do them anytime, anywhere, without anyone knowing. Kegels strengthen the muscles that help hold up your uterus, bladder, and bowels, which helps labor and delivery. To do them, squeeze your pelvic muscles as if you're trying to stop urinating or passing gas. Hold for five seconds and relax. Repeat 10 times, five times a day.

Fit Tip: Take It Easy

Too pooped to put in 30 minutes of exercise? Break it into two 15-minute sessions or three 10-minute sessions. New to exercise? Start off slowly. Begin with five or 10 minutes a day and gradually build up. Always warm up and cool down for five minutes. And listen to your body. If you feel hot, short of breath, or tired, take a break and take it easier next time.

Should You Slow the Pace?

As your middle gets more crowded, your lungs and heart have to work harder. Give them a break by not overdoing it. As long as you can talk comfortably and aren't short of breath while exercising, you're moving at a good pace. Don't exert yourself to the point of heavy sweating. And if you start to feel tired near your due date, consider switching to simple stretching and strengthening exercises.

Know Your Target Weight

Exercising during pregnancy can help keep you at a good weight. Gaining too many pounds puts you at risk for longer labor and a tougher delivery. But gaining too little can hurt your baby's growth. For women at a healthy pre-pregnancy weight, the target gain is usually 25 to 35 pounds. Work with your health care provider to set the right weight goal for you.

Move Smoothly

Changes in your body can make it easier to injure your joints, so steer clear of exercise that requires jerking, bouncing, or high-impact movements. Avoid quick changes of position, such as standing up quickly, which can make you dizzy. And remember that your center of gravity shifts as your belly grows, so it's easier to lose your balance and fall.

Caution: High Temperature

When you're pregnant, your body runs a little hotter. Avoid overheating, which may be harmful for your baby, especially during the first trimester. Don't work up a heavy sweat while exercising. Exercise less or not at all on hot or humid days. Drink plenty of fluids before, during, and after workouts. And stay out of saunas and hot tubs.

Caution: Air Pressure

Heading to the mountains? Avoid exercising above 6,000 feet. Lower oxygen at a high altitude can mean your baby gets less oxygen, too. Heading out to sea? Skip scuba diving. It puts your baby at risk for decompression sickness, which may cause birth defects, miscarriage, or other complications. Try snorkeling instead.

Caution: Risky Sports

While exercise during pregnancy is good for you, some activities come with more risk than reward. Avoid contact sports such as basketball, and soccer. They can injure you or your baby. And skip activities that increase your risk of falling, such as outdoor bicycling, roller-skating, and horseback riding.

Benefit: Boost Your Mood

Exercise lifts your spirits. It floods your body with feel-good brain chemicals like endorphins, and calming ones like dopamine and serotonin. Exercising during pregnancy may lower the risk of depression and anxiety and boost your self-esteem.

Benefit: Increase Your Energy

Being active during pregnancy gives you more energy and stamina. Strengthening your muscles and your heart can help you feel stronger and more capable of accomplishing your goals. Exercise also helps you sleep by relieving stress and anxiety that might otherwise keep you awake. And a good night's sleep gives you more energy to face the day.

Benefit: Control Gestational Diabetes

Up to 18% of expecting moms develop this kind of diabetes, which first happens during pregnancy and usually goes away afterward. Hormonal changes lead to high blood sugar levels. Untreated, it can lead to serious complications for your baby. Exercise may help lower the risk of getting it and control gestational diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels. Talk to your doctor first.

Benefit: Get Ready for Labor

In addition to easing aches and pains, and keeping you regular, exercise also seems to prepare women's bodies for labor. Research shows that healthy pregnant women who exercise during pregnancy may have less risk of preterm delivery and shorter labor, are less likely to need pain relief, and recover from childbirth faster.

Benefit: Healthy Baby

Regular, moderate exercise not only gives you a healthier pregnancy, it might give your baby a healthier start. Research shows that when pregnant women exercise, their developing babies have a much lower heart rate. Babies of active moms may also have a healthier birth weight.

Essential Workout Gear

You don't need to invest in a lot of expensive gear to stay safe and comfortable while exercising during pregnancy. The two workout must-haves are a supportive bra and shoes that are designed for the kind of exercise you're doing. Other than that, just wear layered, loose clothes to stay cool.

Drink Up

You're not just eating for two, you're drinking for two as well. Your body needs more water to stay hydrated, especially during exercise. So "think drink" and down about 10 cups of liquids a day. Drink before, during, and after workouts. A good rule of thumb: If you're thirsty or your pee is dark yellow, you're probably not getting enough liquids.

Know When to Stop

If you have any of the following symptoms, stop exercising and call your doctor right away:

Chest pain
Calf pain or swelling
Less movement by the baby
Muscle weakness
Fluid leaking from your vagina
Vaginal bleeding

Stay Motivated

Exercise and pregnancy both take energy. Some days you may have plenty for both and other days you may not have enough for either. It's important to listen to your body. If you find yourself stuck on the couch, you may need some support and motivation to get moving. Try taking a prenatal exercise class, working out with a partner, or even joining a forum to share workout goals and advice.

Fit for Two: After-Baby Exercise

Once your baby arrives, exercise can help you move into motherhood. Studies show that new mothers who exercise feel better about themselves, adjust faster to being a mom, and lose more weight. Start by gradually getting back to low-impact exercise. Walking is a good place to start -- and it's something you and baby can do together.

Fit for Two: Abs

With the baby out of your tummy, you may be tempted to whip your abs back into shape with sit-ups. Slow down! You'll be working already overtaxed, overstretched muscles. Better to start with tummy-toners like pelvic tilts. Tighten your pelvic floor muscles as you do them to avoid further stretching. As you strengthen your core, you can gradually start doing crunches.

Fit for Two: Weight Loss

You're eager to get your pre-pregnancy body back, but give yourself some time. Losing no more than about 4 pounds a month is better for you and baby. Eating too little can thin your bones, make it harder for your body to produce milk, dampen your mood, and lead to fatigue. With exercise and a healthy diet, you'll most likely be back to your normal weight within a year.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Smoking Cessation with Electronic Cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes are battery-powered devices that turn liquid nicotine into a vapor that you inhale. Many of them are made to look like real cigarettes. Some even have a light at the end that glows when you inhale.

For smokers, electronic cigarettes satisfy nicotine cravings. They can be used in nonsmoking areas. And they may have less of the harmful chemicals that are in cigarette smoke. These cigarettes are often called e-cigarettes.

How do electronic cigarettes work?

E-cigarettes have three main parts.

The mouthpiece has a cartridge. The cartridge contains a nicotine solution.

A heating element turns the solution into a vapor when you inhale.

A battery provides power to the heating element.

The nicotine in these cigarettes comes in flavors. Flavors include "regular" and "menthol." But they also include hundreds of other flavors like cherry, chocolate, and cola.

A chemical in the vapor turns it white so that it looks like smoke, even when you exhale.

E-cigarettes Are Safe

Compare what real cigarettes do to peoples health. Since most of the harm from smoking is not from nicotine but from other things in tobacco, e-cigarettes are much safer than real cigarettes.

The cartridges in e-cigarettes contain different levels of nicotine. You may lower the nicotine levels over time until you no longer crave nicotine. This is why people now are using them as aids to quitting smoking.

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