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Recommended dosage of Nutritions

Recommended dosage of Nutritions

Recommended dosage of Nutritions
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When it comes to nutrients that your body needs, you need to be aware of the daily recommended dosage that your body needs. The last thing you want is to have an overdose of certain nutrients which can cause more harm than good. Standard nutritional components like Vitamins and Antioxidants have been explained in detail and you can find them here.

Below are other components which you should take note of.

Antioxidant Vitamins and Nutrients

Para-Aminobenzoic Acid – Known in short as PABA, it is the type of chemical which is very richly found in grains and dairy foods. Commonly used for skin conditions like scleroderma and dermatomyositis, it is used to treat women with fertility problems as well as constipation. You should get about 45mg of this daily.

Bioflavanoid Complex

Phemolic Compound – Used for cancer prevention as well as treating patients with such conditions, Phemolic Compounds are commonly found in several types of fruits and vegetables. Each day, you should obtain about 350 to 900mg of this.

Procyanidollic Oligomers – This type of bioflavonoids can be found in a grapeseed extracts and is known to help in aiding cell health around your body. The recommended daily dosage of this nutrient is between 100 and 150mgs daily.

Glutathlone  – This nutrient is naturally produced by your liver and is commonly found in many types of fruits and vegetables. Besides, that, certain types of meats are good sources of this as well and it is known to treat people with vision problems like glaucoma and cataracts as well as known diseases like asthma, cardiovascular problems and a few types of cancer. The recommended dosage for this nutrient is 100mgs per day.

Lipid Metabolism

Linoleic Acid – Linoleic acid can be easily sourced from natural foods like dairy products like milk and cheese. Beef is one of the meats known to supply this as well. It is a nutrient known to help in treating cancer patients and for weight management while those with atherosclerosis and food allergy is known to take this as well. At average, the common adult should have about 150mg of linoleic acid per day.

Phosphatidylserine – You will receive this nutrient mainly from foods that you take each day like soy beans and vegetables like cabbage and spinach. Phosphatidylserine has been known to be used for treating people with age-related decline like nervous system, mental functions and Alzheimer’s. It is recommended that an adult gets about 200mg of this nutrient per day.

Minerals

Vanadium – Vanadium is a type of mineral which is used for several reasons. Among them includes treating of diseases like high cholesterol (hypertension), cardiovascular diseases and people with low blood sugar levels. Besides that, people with anaemia and edema are known to take this while it has been used to prevent cancer as well. Each day, you should have about 75mgs of vanadium in your food or supplements.

Other Nutritional Components

Dimethylglycine – This is a type of amino acid which is used by your body as a building block for protein and is usually found in small amounts. It is used for its medicinal properties which is used to treat people with problems like CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), ADHD (Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder) and cancer, among others. In order for your body to function optimally, you should be getting an average of 80mgs of Dimethylglycine per day.

Lysine – Lysine is another type of amino acid that your body uses as a building block of protein and is commonly taken orally by sports people to improve their performance. It has been used to prevent problems like cold sores where you need about 75mgs of this each day.

Melatonin – The most prominent use of melatonin is to improve sleep quality. It is a manmade hormone produced in your brain to aid in better sleeping and wake cycle qualities. As such, it helps to treat people with insomnia as well as in high blood pressure and jet lag. In most cases, you will require small amounts of melatonin which is about 2 to 3mgs per day.

Methlonine – A type of amino acid, methionine helps your body to produce proteins and is commonly sources from foods like dairy products and certain types of meat. It is vital for cell functions and is used in prevention of liver problems and disorders. Besides that, methionine helps to improve healing of wounds where you will need about 75mgs of this daily.

Taurine – Taurine is a chemical that your body needs to help produce protein and is commonly found around the brain, the retina and platelets in high amounts. You can easily get Taurine through fish and many types of meats. This nutrient is known to aid in treatment of people with hypertension or high blood pressure, high cholesterol and some cardiovascular problems. It is necessary that you get about 300mgs of Taurine per day.

Tyrosine – To aid your body in producing proteins, you will need amino acids like Tyrosine. This is usually made from phenylalanine which is another type of amino acid. Tyrosine can be found in dairy foods, wheat, beans and nuts and has been known to be used to treat people with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), narcolepsy, sleep deprivation and Parkinson’s, among others. You will ideally need about 500mgs of tyrosine daily.