There is so much confusion when it comes to vitamins.
What to look for on the label:
Look for Plant Based or Food Source
If it says “Natural” be on ALERT. Manufacturers can claim “natural” on their products with only 10 percent of the product coming from real whole food sources.
2. Recognize and AVOID synthetic labeling: If these are listed in the main ingredients, be cautious.
Vitamin A: Acetate and Palmitate
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): Thiamine Mononitrate, Thiamine Hydrochloride
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): Riboflavin
Pantothenic Acid: Calcium D-Pantothenate
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): Pyridoxine Hydrochloride
Vitamin B12: Cobalamin
PABA (Para-aminobenzoic Acid): Aminobenzoic Acid
Folic Acid: Pteroylglutamic Acid
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid): Ascorbic Acid
Vitamin D: Irradiated Ergosteral, Calciferol
Vitamin E: dl-alpha tocopherol, dl-alpha tocopherol acetate or succinate
Any coloring (yellow #5, red #40…)
NOTE: The “dl” form of any vitamin is synthetic
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO AVOID TOO MANY SYNTHETIC PRODUCTS?
STUDY: ANIMAL TEST.
B-Complex: Natural vs Synthetic.
Foxes were given a synthetic diet so that each component of the diet could be known. The foxes were given all of the known synthetic B vitamins, but the animals did not grow, their fur quality deteriorated and they finally died.
The next group of foxes were given B-Complex as a food-source (yeast and liver). They grew, had a nice coat of fur and were healthy.
Synthetic products usually come in high international units (IU) or milligrams (mg), but, they are missing the small inmeasurable nutrients needed by our body. These synthetic products are toxic and taxing to our organs and need to be avoided.
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