“The human body heals itself, nutrition provides the resources to accomplish the task”
Roger Williams Ph.D.

Micronutrients are different from macronutrients (like carbohydrates, protein and fat) because they are necessary only in very tiny amounts. Nevertheless, micronutrients are essential for good health, and micronutrient deficiencies can cause serious health problems. Micronutrients are necessary for the healthy functioning of all your body's systems, from bone growth to brain function.

Getting enough micronutrients in your diet isn't hard. Eat a balanced diet including plenty of nuts, whole grains and green leafy vegetables. Eat plenty of colorful fruits and vegetables, like red cherries, purple grapes, yellow bananas and orange carrots. The more colorful your diet, the better.

Micronutrient deficiency can lead to some serious health problems. The World Health Organization feels that micronutrient deficiency presents a huge threat to the health of the world's population. Some common micronutrient deficiencies include iodine deficiency, vitamin A deficiency and iron deficiency. Ingest the proper amount of micronutrients to ensure optimal health and prevent deficiency disorders! Micronutrients consist of:





In the program I’ll highlight those that research shows to be most crucial for your health and graceful aging


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