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Patricia Zelkovsky adds another dimension to the importance of including foods rich in vitamins in your diet. Along with the oft mentioned and highly important function of vitamins in the maintenance of the body’s health and well-being, an added benefit is their contribution to weight loss. Ms. Zelkovsky lists the vitamins, their role in the metabolism and absorption of food, as well as proper hormonal balance and energy production vital for weight loss. She then incorporates the food sources, aiding in creating the well balanced diet needed for weight reduction. Maintenance of proper weight by eating varied, nutritious foods is essential for prevention of illness and promotion of health. Research has shown that incorporating good eating habits early in childhood, translates to healthy eating practices in adults. Children’s book “Who Knew vitamins  Could be Fun: Presented by Nurse Olivia “Liv” Welle teaches young children all about vitamins, their benefits and food sources. This valuable teaching tool is available on Amazon http://tinyurl.com/NurseLivWell

(The Old) Holistic Health & Living

weight-loss-foodsBy Patricia Zelkovsky

Weight control of body or functions related with weight – like hunger, appetite, metabolic rate, metabolism of sugars and fats, calorie burning, and many other – are mostly operated with optimum intake of vitamins.

All these factors play a role in maintaining optimum weight and health. And not only single specific vitamin can do the job, it is the collective work and the group of vitamins obtains the main goal. So it is very tough to specify the vitamin, which is best for weight reduction.

Best Vitamins For Weight Reduction

Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3 and mostly all the vitamins of B complex group are helpful in weight reduction. Vitamin C will also do an additional effort to loose weight.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Vitamin B2 is needed for metabolism and normal thyroid function.
Good sources of vitamin B2 are Milk, almonds, hard cheese, kidney and liver.
Vitamin B3…

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Vitamins are natural elements that are vital for the health and growth of all animals.  Though required in minute amounts, these substances must be gotten through food, as the body is unable to manufacture sufficient amounts.  Every vitamin has its own unique functions, and therefore cannot be replaced by another.  Scientific research studies have shown that vitamins attained from food are by far more nutritiously beneficial that those gotten from synthetic supplements.  Many nutritionists and other health care professionals concur that a healthy diet that consists of lean proteins, fruits, vegetables and fortified grains provides all the essential vitamins needed.  

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