Tuesday, July 31, 2012

What Should I Eat? New-Start 7-Step Solution to Becoming Healthy

Becoming healthy is not an easy path. We often continue asking ourselves, "What Should I Eat?" There is no definite right or wrong answer to what a person should eat, but research has found that a whole food diet is the best protocol for improving health, losing weight, and feeling great.

The human body is comprised of trillions of individual cells, and each cell requires many diferent vitamins and nutrients to function and perform at an optimum level. The Standard American Diet, consisting of fast food, processed food, and genetically altered food has left each of us depleted of many of the micronutrients that our body needs.

The New-Start 7-Step Solution to Becoming Healthy is going to be weekly post that discribes a very natural and effective way to improve your health and change your life. If there is ever a time, as you go through this program that you have any questions, feel free to email or call New-Start Health Center.

Step 1: Prepare Your Pantry

The vast majority of Americans wake up, eat a mediocre breakfast and go to work each day. During a work day, people commonly eat less or healthier, simply because they do not have time to grab a bowl of ice cream, or pick up a bag of potato chips and eat them. Almost everyone complain about one thing, "when I get home from a long day, all I want to do is watch TV, and EAT JUNK!"

As we wind down from a long work day, our stress levels are up, so comfort foods are a normal stress reliever. As most of us wake up and go to work 5 days a week, it is fairy easy to fall into bad habits. Preparing your pantry is the only way to keep this phenomenon from happening.

What is Prepare Your Pantry?

This step starts the concept, "Out of Sight, Out of Mind." It's simple, if the foods that increase obesity, increase inflammatory diseases, and decrease overall health are not in your household, you can not fall victim to their addiction.

Yes, I said ADDICTION. Double blind studies of mice that were fed doses of cocaine (a VERY addictive narcotic) and other mice that were fed artificial sweeteners (high fructose corn syrup, aspartame, sucralose, nutrasweet etc) resulted in the cocaine fed mice were drawn away from cocaine, and the addiction of artificial sweeteners took control. This means, artifical sweetened products have more euphoric, addicting properties than cocaine.

There are many foods that are hiding in or cabinets, refrigerators, and pantries that drive inflammation, disease, and poor health. WE MUST start this process by removing those toxic foods from our houses, diets, and lives.

If you suffer from any chronic pain syndromes, chronic fatigue syndrome, or are just wanting to lose weight, It is important to follow these seven steps. Starting with Prepare Your Pantry.

To download a this quick reference guide to Prepare Your Pantry, click here.

If you are interested in receiving Nutritional Therapy, call (812) 799-0668 TODAY and schedule an appointment.

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