Multi-Vitamins: High quality multi-vitamin / mineral formulas are needed to add the necessary “co-factors” needed for enzymatic pathways. Organic chemistry studies (a requirement for medical school students), demonstrates that all enzymatic, energy, and virtually all biological pathways in the human body, need many nutrients, or co-factors, to properly complete each pathway. Shortages of needed nutrients results in dysfunction of the organs for which those pathways could not be completed properly.
Protein: To assure a complete array of all the amino acids, all the essential and non-essential, careful consideration must be made as to the quality of the protein consumed. The protein chosen should also provide maximum protein bioavailability. To achieve these qualities: First: the whey used for the protein must be from cows that were not fed any hormones! Second: The whey must only be processed under very low temperatures! Excessive heat denatures (damages) the amino acids.
For best health, it is also very advisable to combine your daily protein consumption with several, daily servings of both fruits and vegetables. Also, include a full spectrum of Omega 3, 6, and 9 essential fatty acids. Adding these two groups, the fruits / vegetables, and the fatty acids, in addition to daily protein supplementation, will provide you with the best possible nutritional foundation for sound health.
Wheezing caused by spasm of the breathing tubes is known as Asthma. Asthma may be influenced by allergies, environmental toxins (pollutants), emotional changes and endocrine changes. Individuals should be under the care of a physician. The use of a “top-of-the-line” multiple vitamin and mineral supplementation, and consuming either a minimum of a full dose, or up to a double dose of the recommended daily serving, will help replenish vital enzymatic pathways in the body. This will strengthen the body and should reduce the body’s burdens of coping with allergies, pollutants, endocrine changes, and emotional responses. Under normal circumstances, the end result should be a decrease in symptoms.