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24 Sep 20
Vitamins and minerals are the building block of your body!
The word vitamin comes from a Greek word “vita” which means vital and “min” which means life, means vital for life.
Vitamins plus minerals causes the chemical reactions in your body to happen and gives the cell their required nutrients to function properly.
If your deficient in vitamins and minerals your metabolism gets slow down and can’t process the body functions in proper manner as result you can not burn out the excessive calorie that you put in your mouth.
To help your weight loss goal and journey considering a healthy diet full of vitamins and minerals are essential to run your metabolism smoothly.
Here’s how to get your vitamins plus minerals:
Avoid processed foods
Avoid sugar Plus refined carbs
Eat 7-10 cups of vegetables
Eat healthy fats such as avocado, grass-fed butter or olive oil
Take a high quality multivitamin plus mineral
Per day? 7-10 cups of vegetables sounds excessive.
6 Dec 20
@neilithicman, That is enough amount for all required nutrients for daily basis, specially for weight loss. You can take as much as you want. Always consider organics, not processed.
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