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ASK THE EXPERTS
Renowned nutritionists talk about what they take.














“If you want to age faster, a good way to do it is to be short of some vitamin or mineral... I take a multivitamin daily.” Bruce Ames , PROFESSOR, U.C., BERKELEY


“A multivitamin is a good form of insurance, especially if your diet is not consistently balanced.

I take a multivitamin and calcium—500mg twice a day.” JoAnn Manson
PROFESSOR, HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL


“I think most people don't get enough vitamins and minerals in their diets... Diet and lifestyle changes can be even more powerful than drugs and surgery... You have a spectrum of choices — to the degree you eat more healthfully, you're going to look good, feel good, lose weight and gain health. Joy of living is a much better motivator than fear of dying.” Dean Ornish, BEST-SELLING AUTHOR


“If I'm having a bad day, I might pop a multivitamin... If you eat a diet with a lot of junk food... it's probably a good idea to take a multivitamin. If you have deficiencies in your diet, it is a reasonable form of insurance.” Marion Nestle, AUTHOR, 'WHAT TO EAT'


Newsweek 2006


 

The Better Generation better have better health.

CENTRUM DREAMS

Health is a concern of old people, simply because we don’t feel there’s a problem. Whether it’s a trip out of town full of nights out, or a project that has us going three days straight fueled only by coffee and pizza, we can take it. We’re young and we’re supermen, right?

Wrong. Student life works on the body and mind and wrecks havoc. Insidiously. The junk food and long days, the vices and the stress -- it’s an explosive cocktail that first shows on your skin. It affects everything important to you. Your appearance goes. If your grades aren’t as good as before, it’s not just the lack of study hours. Your brain can’t function well without nutrients.

Everything, including alertness and your mood, suffers. Your body begins to feel bankrupt. Ampaw.

School stress can’t be helped (no matter how you try not to get into their classes, you’re bound to have one terror professor every year). But there’s stuff you can control: look at what you put in your mouth; try (at least, try) to respect your body’s need to rest; and take vitamin supplements. Now don’t get fooled -- don’t buy just any brand. Science has identified a specific collection of vitamins and minerals that the body needs daily. Repeat: daily. Unfortunately, tablets and capsules don’t have lists of ingredients. So you don’t know what and how much of what’s needed are in them, unless you ask for the medical literature or buy by the box. There are brands that shouldn’t be even called multivitamins because they don’t provide anywhere near minimum requirements.

The point UniversiTV is making: If you’re healthy, you can enjoy the best years of your life with energy for all your activities, good skin, a wholesome appearance, a bright smile and disposition, and a clear, sharp mind. You’re not plodding sleepily through. Take a tip from the indefatigable Angel.

“If you want to age faster, a good way to do it is to be short of some vitamin or mineral.”