Taking a realistic look at our health | Nutrition Coaching

July 2, 2019

Taking a realistic look at our health
A state of emergency

There is no question though we have challenges when it comes to the health conditions of our population. When we consider the condition such as heart disease and diabetes account for over 65% of deaths — and or on the rise — we have to stop it take a look at what we are doing to contribute to these numbers, and identify what we can do better. We try different diets and try to make changes, but when those changes fail or we give up, we go back to the same habits. 

In reality, we have excepted various symptoms as normal when challenges such as fatigue, we can but immune system, gastrointestinal complaints and Boyd discomfort can be indicators of poor nutrition. We look up symptoms caused by nutritional deficiencies, we can begin to look at how our dietary habits maybe contributing to our challenges. Symptoms of poor nutrition include obesity, premature aging, increasing cardiovascular disease increasing rate of dementia and anxiety. By making simple changes in our dietary life we can take charge of our health and can begin steps toward the lifestyle you want. 

In 1822, The average American consumes about 45 g of sugar every five days - equivalent to approximately one can of soda. Today, The average American consumes about 765 g of sugar every five days — which is about 130 pounds a year. 

Refined sugar has no nutritional value and is linked to obese, hypertension, High blood pressure, hypoglycemia, depression, headaches, fatigue, nervous tension, aching limbs, acne, diabetes, skin irritation and stiffening of arteries. It is also considered addiction. Overtime, our bad eating habits and lifestyle create a toxic environment that can of affect our health. 

Making the change, improve yourself 
Talk soon come from various sources including the air foods, drugs, alcohol and smoking, as well as metabolic by-products. Thus, lifestyle factors play a significant role in the accumulation of toxins. Our bodies are designed to illuminate such impurities, but today’s over exposure to toxins has left our bodies with an uphill battle. Toxins that our body cannot illuminate can be stored in fat cells to protect our organs. Toxins can also affect various areas of our bodies. Minimize toxins and take control of your health.

Detoxification is the process in which the body illuminates or neutralizes toxic substances. The body utilizes several routes of detoxification including the skin lungs, kidney, liver and intestines. The liver aids in digestion in detoxification of food impurities and, when functioning optimally, neutralizes toxins before allowing them into the bloodstream. A build-up of toxins may result in cellular damage and eventually chronic disease. 

About the author 

Vilmos Bond

Hi, my name is Vilmos, a Nutrition Coach for busy moms, and a wellness implementation consultant for private practice. I help moms overcome feelings of self-doubt and frustration with weight loss.

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