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SactoBob wrote:I am not sure if it was in his book, lecture, or audio interviews, but Campbell believes that most supplements are harmful.
JeffN wrote: In my "nut mix", i grind up mostly flax, some sunflower, sesame and pumpkin and a bit of brazil. A little bit every now and then goes a long way.
Jaggu wrote:JeffN wrote: In my "nut mix", i grind up mostly flax, some sunflower, sesame and pumpkin and a bit of brazil. A little bit every now and then goes a long way.
I suppose you take Flax to get omega 3s. Not sure what you are trying to get through your nut mix? 1 TBSP of flax will give highest amount of omega 3 when compared to 1 Tsp of nutmix. So there might be some good reason why nutrition Guru uses Nut Mix.
Suebee wrote: I understand that many vegetarian diets have been found to be deficient in zinc. .
Suebee wrote:If you don't eat seeds/nuts, how do you get zinc in the diet? Ditto for selenium?
Magpie wrote:Jeff, I've just started taking a Vitamin D supplement. After seeing this post I thought it might be a good idea to ask you what you thought about it.
Obviously the best way to get Vitamin D is from sunlight, but I live in Northern Europe and for a large chunk of the year there isn't much sunlight. I also have a fairly serious illness that stops me getting out, especially in the cold seasons.
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