One of the most critical things that an individual can do to improve his or her health is to ensure that you are obtaining a needed amount of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients on a daily basis. The Council for Responsible Nutrition surveyed 22,000 persons and there was not a single person who was able to get the 100 percent RDI (recommended daily intake) of vitamins from the food he or she was eating. This means that everyone needs supplemental vitamins.

A study at UCLA showed that people using 400 mg. or more of Vitamin C had only half the cardiac deaths and lived 8 years longer than those not taking Vitamin C. Fifty-seven percent of 290 patients entering Massachusetts General Hospital were found to be Vitamin D deficient. In a large population study nurses taking only 100 mg. of Vitamin E had a 50 percent reduction in heart attacks compared to a similar group not using Vitamin E.

Fifty-seven percent of the dietary fat consumption in the United States comes from commercially manufactured fats and oils including margarine, shortening, salad, and cooking oils. These are not true fats originating in food, but are actually synthetic and often dangerous chemical substances. If you read the labels in groceries you will discover most foods have some of these dangerous oils. They are labeled “hydrogenated”, “partially hydrogenated”, and “polyunsaturated”. All these oils are artificial chemical substances manufactured in factories at high temperatures using chemicals and have nothing at all to do with corn, soy, safflower, and sunflower seeds. These dangerous new fats are chemical transfats, not the fats of animal and plant origin that play a vital role in maintaining good health. The transfats are very difficult for the body to dispose of in small quantities and certainly cause far greater damage when they are present in large quantities on a daily basis.

All cells are surrounded by membranes created from essential fatty acids. When the body is not presented with essential fatty acids in the diet the body uses these synthetic transfats out of necessity. The end result is an epidemic of Type 2 diabetes.

The body can not make vital omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. Omega 3 fatty acid can be found in flax oil, perilla oil, and fish. Omega 6 fatty acid is also found in safflower, sunflower, canola, soybean, hemp, pumpkin, and sesame seeds, nuts, and oils. The proper ratio between omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids should be about 4:1. Currently this ratio is heavily skewed toward omega 6 at 20:1. This harmful balance has been brought about by the massive use of synthetic manufactured oils in our foods. The fats we are presented with to purchase in the market place are synthetic dangerous transfats not nutritious healthy real fats.

Our meat is from cattle grown on corn instead of grazing. Grazed animals have 5 times more Omega 3 fatty acids than corn fed cattle. To make matters worse, catfish, salmon, trout, and shrimp are now grown on fish farms where they are fed grain instead of eating drill, minnows, algae and insects. The consequences of this abnormal excess of Omega 6 and deficiency of Omega 3 are:

• Omega 6 fatty acids promote inflammation and Omega 3 fatty acids retard inflammation

• Food, airborne allergies and asthma will increase.

• Heart Disease will increase.

• Weakened immune systems will increase.

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Contains needed vitamins, minerals, and nutrients
Improves important antioxidant protection
Cancer risk decreases with Vitamin C, E, and Selenium
BAM does not contain iron which can mask the discovery of a blood loss anemia, is damaging to the health of the many persons who have undiagnosed hemachromatosis (excess iron), and seems to increase the incidence of heart attacks. BAM is in a capsule form which improves absorption.

Vitamins in a significant dosage give valuable antioxidant protection which leads to a 20 to 40 % reduction in cancer, heart disease, cataracts and other health problems.

Minerals such as magnesium, selenium, zinc, copper, chromium, manganese, boron, molybdenum, calcium and iodine all have important roles in good health. The supplements PABA, bioflavinoid complex, dl-methionine, betaine, bromelain, choline, inositol, rutin, hesperidin, silica (horsetail), and chlorella also play an important part in maintaining good health.

All the important vitamins, minerals, and supplements are contained in BAM.

We think that regular use of a vitamin, mineral, and nutrient supplement is the first step toward better health.

Take 2 capsules of BAM three times daily.

Expect improved energy and fewer illnesses on a supplement program.

Starting a vitamin, mineral, and nutrient program starts an individual on the road to better health and a longer life.