Month: August 2019

Cheapest source of vitamin B12







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DESCRIPTION: Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) supplementation can cost as little as $2 a year. Have a question about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/videos/cheapest-source-of-vitamin-b12/ and I’ll try to answer it! This is the third of a five-part video series this week on B12. For why one might choose supplements and fortified foods see yesterday’s video of the day, Safest Source of B12 (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/safest-source-of-b12/). Tomorrow I’ll cover various daily regimens. B12 is one of the few Vitamin Supplements Worth Taking (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/vitamin-supplements-worth-taking/). And if you’re new to the issue, please see my blog post Vegan B12 Deficiency: Putting It into Perspective (http://nutritionfacts.org/blog/2011/08/25/vegan-b12-deficiency-putting-it-into-perspective/) for some background. If you’re that much of a nutrinerd to enjoy these derivations, see my nine-part video series on vitamin D starting with Vitamin D Recommendations Changed (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/vitamin-d-recommendations-changed/). If you’d rather just cut to the chase, see my recommendations here (http://nutritionfacts.org/blog/2011/09/12/dr-greger%E2%80%99s-2011-optimum-nutrition-recommendations/). As always these are just a few of the 1,500 or so topics I have videos about (http://nutritionfacts.org/topics/).

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Быстрый и вкусный завтрак от Котов :-) | A quick and delicious Breakfast







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СМУЗИ – (от англ. smoothie, происходящего из англ. smooth — «однородный, мягкий, приятный») — сладкий густой напиток в виде смешанных в блендере или миксере ягод, фруктов или овощей (обычно одного вида) с добавлением молока, сока, льда, мороженного и тд.
Смузи можно приготовить в домашних условиях при помощи блендера или купить в магазинах или кафе.
Основные ингредиенты смузи: фрукты, овощи и ягоды. В качестве ягод обычно используется малина, брусника, клубника или вишня. В качестве дополнительных ингредиентов могут использоваться: молоко, сухая молочная сыворотка, пряности, орехи, мёд, зелёный чай, томатный сок, майонез, сиропы, соки, травяные смеси, картофель и т.д.
Смузи сохраняет все волокна и витамины ингредиентов, входящих в него. Часто является частью рациона людей, ведущих здоровый образ жизни. Он стоит в одном ряду с такими продуктами, как тофу, свежие фрукты и овощи и т. д.
Смузи содержит много витаминов и антиоксидантов, а также даёт большое количество энергии в виде легкоусваиваемых углеводов.
Смузи также содержат большое количество сахаров, превышающее количество сахара в обычных фруктовых соках.
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Овсяная каша — один из самых полезных, простых в приготовлении, и доступных по цене продуктов. Люди, которые следят за своим здоровьем и фигурой, хорошо знают о том, насколько полезны овсянка.

Best Iron Rich Foods During pregnancy – Foods High In Iron For Pregnancy Every Women Should Eat







Today in this video I will share with you 6 IRON RICH FOODS During pregnancy and wich Foods High In Iron For Pregnancy.

6 IRON-RICH FOODS During pregnancy.

1 Spinach is iron rich foods to eat during pregnancy.

Every half cup or 125ml cooked spinach
can render 3.5 milligrams of Iron.
It is also a best iron rich foods for
pregnant women.

2. Instant oatmeal is best foods to eat while pregnant

eat an instant cooked plain oatmeal
to meet your daily requirement of Iron.
3/4th cup of instant oatmeal will
provide you nearly 6 milligrams of energy.

3. The liver is High In Iron For Pregnancy
75 grams of each of the
Lamb liver, turkey liver, and chicken liver
will have around 6 to 10 milligrams of Iron.

4. Pumpkin seeds are best foods to eat in pregnancy.

every quarter cup of pumpkin seeds is
made of 8.6 milligrams of Iron.
So, this will be one of the foods rich in
iron to give to toddlers and teenagers
as they have special love for snacks.

5. Prunes are iron-rich foods during pregnancy

have a cup of prune juice to get 3.5
milligrams of Iron regularly.
It is best to iron rich food for pregnant

6. Tofu is good foods to eat during pregnancy

Every 150 grams of cooked tofu possess
3 to 8 milligrams of Iron which may
fulfill half of the daily need of Iron.

So, these are the Best Iron-rich foods list in your diet regularly. For pregnant women, the iron requirement is more compared to any other individual.

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Folate & B12 Deficiency, Megaloblastic Anemia Hypersegmented Macrocytic Methylmalonic







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Vitamin B9 (Folate/Folic Acid) is very important for 1 carbon chemical reactions (AKA methylation) during the creation of DNA. These functions are particularly important in tissues that undergo frequent cellular division (like hematopoietic cells) and during periods of rapid cellular division (such as infancy and pregnancy). Folate is found naturally in leafy vegetables and Folium is the Latin word for leaf. Today many grains are also fortified with Folate. With so many items having Folate added a deficiency from decreased intake of Folate is not very common. Usually a deficiency is caused by an increased demand for folate through pregnancy or hemolytic anemias such as Sickle Cell Disease. Folate deficiencies in pregnant women are linked with the occurrence of Neural Tube Defects in the fetus. A deficiency can also be caused by drugs that inhibit the pathways that Folate is involved in such as Trimethoprim (antibiotic) and Methotrexate (Chemotherapy).

A Folate deficiency primarily causes anemia (decreased red blood cells). Anemias can present with a wide range of symptoms including weakness, fatigue, pale skin and shortness of breath. Folate Deficiency causes a specific type of Anemia called Macrocytic/Megaloblstic Anemia where the size (Mean Corpuscular Volume) of the red blood cells increased. This is because as the creation of DNA is inhibited the cell cycle in the hematopoietic cells is stalled. Cellular division is stopped but the cell continues to grow resulting in a smaller number of cells which are larger than normal cells. Patients with this type of anemia also often present with Hypersegmented Neutrophils on a blood smear, which is a neutrophil with 5 or more “segments” in the nucleus.

You are also going to see an elevation of Homocysteine levels in Folate Deficiency. This is because B12 needs to receive a methyl group from Folate so it can pass it on to Homocysteine to create Methionine. Less Folate means B12 doesn’t have a methyl group to pass on and Homocysteine builds up. Unlike B12 deficiencies, Folate deficiency does not result in a buildup of Methylmalonic Acid or neurological symptoms.

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) is a vitamin, like Folate, that is important for 1 carbon chemical reactions. B12 is found in many animal products and Vegans are at the highest risk of deficiency. B12 taken in through the diet is bound to proteins. Stomach acid and digestive enzymes must first separate B12 from the proteins. If there is a deficiency of stomach acid due to disease or medication (like proton pump inhibitors or antacids) it can cause decreased absorption and B12 deficiency. Once it is no longer protein bound, B12 binds Intrinsic Factor which is released by the Parietal Cells in the stomach. Intrinsic Factor then chaperones the B12 to the terminal ileum where it is absorbed. Pernicious Anemia is the autoimmune destruction of parietal cells which leads to less Intrinsic Factor production. Less intrinsic factor means less B12 absorption and B12 deficiency. Damage to the terminal ileum, such as in Crohn’s Disease, can also inhibit B12 absorption.

Folate and B12 work closely together handing off methyl groups to each other. It is sort of like a game of hot potato. Folate doesn’t “want” the methyl group so it passes it on to B12. B12 doesn’t “want” it either so it passes it off to methionine. In effect, B12 helps recycle methyltetrahydrofolate back into tetrohydrofolate which can be used to create DNA. This means that a deficiency of B12 can cause a deficiency of Folate as less Folate is being recycled into its “active” form. Therefore, B12 deficiency present very similarly to Folate deficiency. You get Macrocytic/Megaloblastic Anemia with Hypersegmented Neutrophils and increased Homocysteine levels.

If you mistakenly diagnose Folate Deficiency when it is really B12 Deficiency the patient will get better with Folate supplementation, but permanent neurological damage will be done overtime.

Odd chain fatty acids are broken down to eventually give Methylmalonyl CoA. B12 is a cofactor in the process that converts methylmalonyl CoA into Succinyl CoA which can then be used in the TCA cycle to generate energy. If there is not enough B12 this reaction is slowed and Methylmalonic Acid builds up. This Methylmalonic Acid build up is toxic to neurons and leads to demyelination in the posterior and lateral columns of the spinal cord. This is called Subacute Combined Degeneration and presents with peripheral numbness/tingling, spasticity, and loss of vibration and proprioception.

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What Can Energy Drinks Do To Your Body?







Energy drinks are extremely popular, but they’ve been getting a bad reputation from some health experts. Most energy drinks contain heavy amounts of caffeine, sugars, vitamins and legal stimulants. Mayo Clinic dietitian Katherine Zeratsky says, “Overall, the concern is that these vitamins, amino acids and herbals are often in higher concentrations than naturally in food or plants, and the effects when combined especially with caffeine may be enhanced.” The World Health Organization has said that energy drinks “may pose danger to public health” and the American Academy of Pediatrics warns that children “should not consume” them. Meanwhile, the American Beverage Association stands by the safety of energy drinks.
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My Favorite Top 10 Daily Vitamins and Supplements- Part 2







6) Probiotics- preferably over 1 billion active cells, please
7) Greens- Most commonly found in a powder form you make into a drink
8) Fibre- Can be just from your diet, but some may need to take an additional supplement
9) Vitamin C or Ester-C- 1000mg/ day for the former, 500mg/day for the latter
10) Vitamin D- Try to do as much research as you can on this one, or ask your Dr for a blood test to determine if you may need to take a supplement