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Reply VaRiZXRqZ
12:09 PM on July 7, 2017 
Alternative To Typical Synthetic Supplements Is Needed, Say Experts
Whole dietary supplements is a topic of worldwide interest currently. A profusion of evidence has recently come to light suggesting that common synthetic multivitamin supplements may be hazardous to your wellbeing. Goran Bjelakovic, a well known scientist from the School of Copenhagen, headed up an enormous meta-study that viewed the results of 67 placebo-controlled trials previously carried out to look for the effects of supplement and anti-oxidant supplements on longevity. In the final end, the study combined observations of 232 000 test topics. Through the use of such a sizable population sample, a report can become much more powerful with regards to spotting large-scale trends and overcoming individual bias.
The total results of the analysis, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, were nothing significantly less than shocking. Looking at patients with diabetes, heart disease and lung malignancy, as well as healthy, normal individuals, there is no apparent advantage to taking popular fractionated supplements like Supplement A, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Selenium, or beta-Carotene. In fact, the results proceeded to go in the contrary direction - there was a greater chance of loss of life (16 percent) amongst Supplement A users, a 7 percent higher death count among beta-Carotene users, and a 4 percent mortality upsurge in Vitamin E users. Beta-Carotene and Retinol, advertised as anti-carcinogenic agents, may promote lung cancer. That is right - pills marketed as assisting you towards an extended, healthier life are in fact correlated with a speedier demise. This study used typical supplements on the marketplace made from synthetic vitamin supplements.
To add salt to the wound, a recent research published in the British Journal of Nourishment under the unimaginative title of "Ascorbic Acid Supplementation WILL NOT Attenuate Post-Exercise Muscle Soreness Pursuing Muscle-Damaging Exercise But May Delay The HEALING PROCESS" indicated that supplementation with anti-oxidants from synthetic resources may reverse many of the beneficial effects of physical training.
Now, this isn't to say that anti-oxidants or vitamins are bad for you. Definately not it - these supplements were created on the basis of solid science. Anti-oxidants are believed to protect cells from the ravages of free radicals still. The problem, rather, is the idea that you can get those benefits from synthetic isolated substances. Disease and growing older are usually far more complicated than test-tube studies can take into account. Furthermore, the issue of bioavailability can be an ever-present concern. Many typical synthetic supplements include large sums of the advertised vitamin, but lack the additional substances needed to ensure that their key elements are actually consumed by the body. Passing direct through the digestive system, these 'miracle health cures' often wind up doing little beyond offering people expensive urine. To the rescue...Whole Food Supplements.
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Reply Rocco Reprograph
7:02 AM on May 29, 2015 
Need this back, come on guys!!
Reply Angelos Epithemiou
7:36 PM on November 3, 2013 
Some really funny stuff on ere. Given me some ideas for my stand-up show!
Reply Phillipa
7:02 PM on January 17, 2008 
Classic stuff! How did you get away with printing some of that stuff??!! :D
Reply Spartacus
7:33 PM on January 14, 2008 
Ohhh, the memories.

My sides are aching from reading some of the stuff on here. Bring GLF back!!!
Reply Stan Ryobi
5:29 PM on September 6, 2007 
Good site - some very funny stuff on here!:D
Reply ginnersleftfoot
7:48 PM on August 15, 2007 
Nice to see the updated website, lads. Please, please, please, get the mag back up and running - the McGoo's need some turbulence and I'm sure GLF Issue 11 would scupper the bu**ers!:roll: