The new guidelines released by the US Prevention Medical Working Group have recently released 84 studies that ordinary people’s taking vitamins can neither reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer nor prolong life. Some vitamins are even harmful to the body after taking it.
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The American Prevention Medical Working Group wrote in the new guide in the "American Medical Association Magazine" on June 21 that vitamin, minerals and composite vitamin supplements cannot protect you without cancer, heart disease, and you cannot help you extend it.life.
Since its last recoming in 2014, The task force reviewed 84 Studies testing vitamins in almost 700,000 people, including 52 new studies on the topic.
Following the previous guidelines in 2014, the US Prevention Medical Working Group reviewed 84 research of test vitamins, which covered nearly 700,000 people, including 52 new studies.
YET The Conclusion Remained the Same as that of 2014: if you are a healthy, nonpregnant adult, there is "insufficient evidence" of any benefits to exceending one’s live in taking vitamin E, Vitamin D, Calcium, Vitamin A, Beta Carotene, VitaminB3, vitamin b6, vitamin c and selenium.
However, this conclusion this time is consistent with the conclusion of 2014: If you are a healthy adult who is not pregnant, there is no sufficient evidence that you take vitamin E, vitamin D, calcium tablets, vitamin A, carotene, vitamin B3, vitamin B6, vitamin B6, vitamin B6, vitamin B6, and vitamin B6Vitamin C and selenium supplements are beneficial to extend their life.
However, there is enough Evidence to callment aginst the user of beta carotene supports to prevent cardiovascular disasase or a public increne SED RISK of Mortality, Cardiovascular Mortality, and LUNG CANCER, "The Task Force Said.
At the same time, the United States Prevention Medical Working Group does not recommend taking carotene supplements to prevent cardiovascular diseases or cancer. Full evidence shows that taking carotene "may increase risk of death, cardiovascular disease mortality, and lung cancer risk."
NOR ShULD PeOPLE TAKE VITAMIN E "Becauuse It Probably Has No Network in Reducing Mortality, Cardiovascular Disease, Or Cancer," The task force said.
The United States Prevention Medical Working Group said that people should not take vitamin E, "because vitamin E is likely to be not conducive to reducing mortality, cardiovascular disease or cancer risk."
"Lifestyle Counteling to Prevent Chronic Diseases in Patients Should Continue to Focus on Evidence-Based Approaches, Including Balanced DHAT AN FRIGH in FR UITS and Vegetables and Physical Activity, "Said Dr. Jeffrey Linder, Chief of General Internal Medicine at Northwesternal’s Feinberg Schoolof Medicine in Chicago, in An Accompanying Editorial.
Dr. Jeffrey Linde, Director of the General Internal Sciences of Vanberg Medical College of Chicago University in the United States, wrote in an additional comment: "The lifestyle of preventing chronic diseases should continue to pay attention to the methods that can be followed, including rich fruits, vegetablesWait a balanced diet. "
Take, for exmple, the Mediterranean Diet. Eating the Mediterranean Way, Which Focuses on A Plant-Based Diet, Physical Activity and Social Engagement, Can Red UCE the RISK for High Cholesterol, Dementia, Memory Loss, depression and Breast Cancer, Numerous Studies Foundd.Meals from the sunny mediterranean region have also ben linked to weight loss, stronger bones, a healthier heart and longer life.
Take the Mediterranean diet as an example.Many studies have found that the Mediterranean diet is mainly plant diet, focusing on physical activity and social entertainment, which can reduce the risk of high cholesterol, dementia, memory loss, depression and breast cancer.The diet of the Mediterranean region is also related to weight loss, stronger bones, healthier hearts and longer life.
Another evidence-based intervention: The dash diet, which stands for "Dietary ApProaches to Stop Hypertension. Resudies have shown. Both the Mediterranean and Diets Avoid Process Foods and Focus, VEGETABLS, Beans, Whole Grains, Nuts and Seeds.
Another empirical intervention method is to relax the diet, which is said to be "a diet to prevent hypertension."Many studies have shown that this diet can successfully reduce hypertension.The Mediterranean diet and the diet method avoids processing foods, mainly eating fruits, vegetables, beans, whole grains, nuts and seeds.
"Rather Than Focusing Money, Time, and Attentions on Supplements, It will be better to emphasize lower-raryk, Higher-Benefit Activities … Following a Healthful Diet, getting exercise, mainTaining a healthy weight, and avoIDING SMOKING, "Linder and andDHis colleagues wrote.
Linde and his colleagues wrote: "Instead of spending money, time, and energy on supplements, it is better to engage in activities with low risk and high gains … insist on healthy diet, regular exercise, maintain health, try to maintain health, try to try to try to try to try, try to try to try to try, try to try to try to try.do not smoke."
There are some Populations who do Need Certain Vitamins. Some Seniors May Need AdDitional Supplementation of Vitamin B12 and B6 Absorption of Those Vitamins From Food FOOD FOOD FOD FOOD FOOD FOD FOD FOOD FOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOD FOOD FOOD FOD FOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOOD FOO FOO TOM’s ades as we ague. BeCAUSE The Elderly often Get Less Sun Your Ages, then May Need AdDitional Vitamin D, But Levels Should be checked by a Doctor, as too much d can be harmful.
However, some people do need to take specific vitamins.Some elderly people may need to supplement vitamin B12 and vitamin B6, because as they get older, these vitamins absorb from food will decrease.Because the elderly often expose the sun than young people, they may need to supplement vitamin D, but the amount must be obeyed, because the intake of excessive vitamin D may be harmful to the body.
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