A recent article in JAMA on July 15th, shows higher risk factors for intensive care units patients based on older age, previous history of pulmonary obstructive disease from smoking, male gender, hypertension, obesity and high cholesterol. This study should be a warning for people who continue to smoke and/or use e-cigarettes. It is recommended to keep a healthy diet, control of your diabetes or hypertension, addition of vegetables and fruits in your diet and if unable to do so addition of vitamins or supplement to your diet.
Women at different stages of life have unique nutritional needs that must be considered to live a healthy life. A childbearing age woman has certain nutritional needs vs. women during pregnancy and breast feeding. As a woman ages and reaches their mature years the physiological changes of menopause require another set of vitamins and supplements that must be taken into consideration.
Planning to start a family and getting off birth control is a big and exciting step and you want to make sure it goes well. Before beginning your journey and before you reach the stage of seeing your doctor, here are some good supplements to start with.
You can obtain most vitamins from a healthy diet, but it isn’t always easy to get a nutritious meal with the hustle and bustle of daily life. It is important to optimize your body and get the right vitamins before the time comes to take a prenatal.
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