The need for nutrients for our organism is constant throughout our lives.
However, the quantity of each varies according to multiple factors, including age, which must always be taken into account, since their needs are determined by the same. Neither do you have the same needs living in a cold country as in the Caribbean, or being an athlete than a sedentary person. However, we can make some general considerations regarding the different stages of life.
Pregnancy, Childbirth and Lactation During pregnancy it is necessary to closely monitor the gaps that, statistically, are known to all. The most common are folate (vitamin B9), or iron, but quite possibly also of other nutrients difficult to determine. These shortcomings are no less a risk for both mother and baby; In the case of the mother can appear hair loss, changes in the skin, fatigue and in some cases depression; This situation, if kept throughout the pregnancy, can result in labor and lactation difficult.
Regardless of the deficiencies, orthomolecular nutrition can also be helpful in certain situations, such as nausea during the first three months of pregnancy, supporting basic nutrition with vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) supplementation; Cramps can also improve with calcium and potassium intake. Vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, B vitamins and minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, magnesium, magnesium, magnesium, etc. Particularly important is the contribution of folic acid to knowing that you are pregnant, to prevent the baby from being born with spina bifida, as well as taking alfalfa in dry extract during breastfeeding, as both are substances that stimulate milk production. A child without difficulty depends, above all, on the nutritional quality of the pregnancy and even on the stage before it.
The nursing baby Undoubtedly the best way to feed a baby is with breast milk, in this case, and whenever his mother enjoys good health, the baby does not need to be supplemented; However, the same is not true of infants fed artificial milk. Breast milk contains the essential fatty acids essential for the formation of the nervous system and the brain. Elements that do not contain all the artificial milk. This is supported by a British study published in The Lancet in 1992 comparing the IQ of premature babies fed with artificial milk and those fed on breast milk. At the age of eight, the latter had differences of 8.3 points with respect to the former in their IQ.
Early Childhood and Adolescence During this stage, in many cases we find a depressed immune system, where colds, pharyngitis and other disorders such as food allergies, are frequent. It is essential to consider at this stage the type of diet with high doses of fast sugars, great amount of fats, and with an added problem that is manifested by a large majority of mothers, systematic rejection of a diet more in line with their needs, rich In vegetables, fruits, cereals, wholemeal pasta, etc. ,. An examination of the nails, hair, appearance and color of the skin, tongue, teeth, and some questions about their eating habits, difficulties in their physical and psychic performance, sleep, evacuations, etc., make suspect the deficiencies and sub- Which we will find, the most common deficiencies are: B vitamins, in cases where fatigue, depression and difficulties to sleep appear; Iron, we will be young irritable, fatigued and with a pale complexion (they are usually great consumers of sugars and milk), also in the case of the young the problem is aggravated with the arrival of the first menstruation, where the needs of this mineral are Increased; Magnesium, in cases of cramps, irritability, nervousness, etc .; As they do not usually take salad, have deficits of essential fatty acids, indispensable, as we mentioned before, for the development of the brain, the nervous system and also necessary for the proper functioning of the endocrine system and hormonal balance, so important at this stage.
If we make our young people understand the importance of taking responsibility for their food, the passage through adolescence, which in itself is sometimes difficult, would be much less traumatic. Old age Old age should not be seen as an illness, it is not fair to think that with age we must accompany the pain, or that the suffering of many pathologies are justified only by having an advanced age. It is true that with old age progressive or abrupt loss of important functions such as the hormonal, we also find, with a low immune response, decreased production of gastric, pancreatic and hepatobiliary juices, with consequent digestive difficulty, reduction of Intellective and sensory functions, joint and bone degeneration, loss of teeth, etc. ,. To this must be added the diminished interest in cooking, apathy as a result of loneliness, affective deficiencies, absence of activity and motivation, etc.
We will find deficiencies of: vitamin C, indispensable for the absorption of other nutrients (vitamins of group B, iron, calcium, etc.); Vitamins of group B, whose deficiency causes anemia, fatigue, pallor, nervous alterations, etc .; Vitamin D, essential in bone metabolism and immune function; Vitamin A, involved in defenses, disorders of vision, etc .; Antioxidants, such as selenium, methionine and vitamin E, among others, necessary to combat oxidative damage, which causes inflammatory, infectious, organic and degenerative lesions; And among the minerals iron, zinc, magnesium and calcium are indispensable, among others. In this case some products of nuskin chile would be advisable to provide other elements that undoubtedly improve certain functions such as memory and circulation, such as ginkgo biloba and bioflavonoids, all supplements must be accompanied by sun, proper exercise, a Good emotional hygiene, and a healthy and balanced diet, rich especially in raw foods.