Why Doesn’t Alcohol Have Nutrition Labels?

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David Tao, Greatist 8:29 p.m. EDT October 29, 2013 A recently proposed change could mean uniform nutritional labels across all consumable goodies (including booze). Malt whisky. (Photo: pavelis Getty Images/iStockphoto) SHARE 122 CONNECT 55 TWEET 3 COMMENTEMAILMORE How much fiber is in your shot of Jim Beam?
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Nutrition to fuel your fitness needs

In terms of vitamin and mineral supplements, typical recommendations tend to encourage people to take more supplements than they need, vitamins they already get enough of in their diets. In general, you shouldnt take supplements the body doesnt need. The StoneFit Diet recommends only calcium and vitamin D for women. These are the two most important nutrients for bone health. When we dont get enough calcium for our bodys needs, it is taken from our bones. We believe that almost all women are deficient in calcium and vitamin D, and they start rapidly losing bone mineral density after age 30.
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