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The truth about RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance)

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Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) is an outdated guideline for vitamin and mineral intake.

 

Dr. Forsythe who is a world-renowned medical oncologist explains that these recommendations by the US Government’s Health Department were developed 60 years ago to approximate the minimal amounts of vitamins and minerals necessary to prevent certain deficiency diseases. These values were arrived at using healthy young adult volunteers and have no relationship to our current day chronic stress and disease states, toxic environments, depleted soils, and nutrient poor foods.” [1]

 

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In 2004, a landmark study of fruits and vegetables found that everything from protein to calcium, iron and vitamin C had declined significantly across most garden crops since 1950 [2].

We know that keeping good, healthy intake levels of vitamins and minerals helps maintain our optimal functioning. Interestingly, more than 20,000 studies in the National Library of Medicine documented increased health benefits of vitamins and some essential minerals when taken at higher levels than RDA [1].

 

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So, before you limit yourself to the basic RDA guidelines, consider your body requirements and don’t just go for the basics, go for the optimal.

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References:

[1] https://www.drforsythe.com/article-archives/226-the-myth-behind-the-required-daily-allowance
 
[2] https://www.politico.com/agenda/story/2017/09/13/food-nutrients-carbon-dioxide-000511/#:~:text=IN%20AGRICULTURAL%20RESEARCH%2C%20it's%20been,past%2050%20to%2070%20years.

 

 

 

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