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Requip (Ropinirole)

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GETTING INTO VITAMINS: SHOULD YOU TAKE SUPPLEMENTS?
Since vitamins occur in all organic material, some containing more of one vitamin than another and in greater or lesser amounts, you could say that if you ate the “right” foods in a well-balanced diet, you would get all the vitamins you need. And you would probably be right. The problem is, very few of us are able to arrange this mythical diet. According to Dr. Daniel T. Quigley, author of The National Malnutrition, “Everyone who has in the past eaten sugar, white flour, or canned food has some deficiency disease, the extent of the disease depending on the percentage of such deficient food in the diet.”
Most of the foods we eat have been processed and depleted in nutrients. Take breads and cereals, for example. Practically all of them you find in today’s supermarkets are high in nothing but carbohydrates. “But they are enriched!” you say. It says so right on the label. Enriched.
Enriched? The standard of enrichment for white flour is to replace the twenty-two natural nutrients that are removed with three В vitamins, vitamin D, calcium, and iron salts. For the staff of life, that seems a pretty flimsy stick. I think the answer on supplements is clear.
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