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Why being healthy is not just about what you eat?

Why being healthy is not just about what you eat?
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Nowadays, supplements are an integral part of our diet and an important health management tool. With the increasing incidence of Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), also known as Lifestyle Diseases, [1] supplements will surely play a more important role in disease prevention in the near future. 

 

Dietary supplements, food supplements, nutritional supplements, there are many different names, but do you know which type of supplements is essential to us? Do you know what our body lacks most? Most people are familiar with supplements like vitamins, minerals, fiber, fatty acids, amino acids, protein, carbohydrates, probiotics, etc. These kinds of supplements are mostly designed to supply additional substances to our body, to give us something extra, therefore they are considered as ‘input’ supplements. 

 

A healthy body functions in cycles, which consist of ‘input’ and ‘output’. A good balance of this cycle is the key to a healthy life. So just by taking in more nutrients (in this case -‘Input’) may not make us healthier. ‘Output’ is equally important as our body must break down what we take in and process waste.. While there is an abundant amount of supplements that are designed to fulfil our ‘input’ needs, ‘output’ care is often neglected and lacking in the market.

 

Output ability is essential to disease prevention

‘Output’ care is a key part of healthy living that is often overlooked. In order to enhance our ‘output’ ability we must start with organs responsible for detoxification and waste removal, our liver and kidneys. These two organs work together to clear our blood of toxins, and help to get rid of harmful and toxic substances in our body. 

 

They also regulate the balance and quality of blood, metabolism and blood pressure, etc. Research shows that poor quality of blood and blood vessels often leads to chronic diseases, as blood is the only supply of nutrients throughout our body. [2]

 

Protect your liver and kidneys

Besides hepatitis viruses, alcohol and fat, there are actually many other things that can cause a reduction in liver and kidney function. For example: Ageing, excess chemicals in our diet like preservatives and pigments, long term medications and polluted substances in food like heavy metals, etc. The reduction of liver and kidney function will affect the quality of blood, and in the long run, the accumulated damage will lead to different diseases.

 

Preventive supplements YHK & DTS

Prevention is better than cure, but the lack of preventive solutions for our ‘output’ organs implies that diseases will continue to grow despite the quality ‘input’ we are using. 

 

By focusing on protecting our liver and kidneys, it is possible to prevent and minimise the damage on these organs, which is important in preventing diseases. This is why YHK Therapy and DTS Supplements are unique. Research and clinical studies found that these two supplements can protect and enhance liver and kidney function - the ‘output’ ability of our body cycle. This enhances waste and toxins  removal, improves blood and blood vessels quality, and eventually helps to prevent diseases. [3][4][5] 

 

Enhancement of our body’s ‘output’ system is not something that can be achieved by medicine or drugs. Although we all know that prevention is better than cure, it might be difficult to apply in our daily life, but these kinds of ‘output’ oriented supplements can help people do exactly that.

Disclaimer:
  • * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.
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