Nutrition For A Better Health
What you eat, when you eat and how much you eat are all important for your optimal health.
Sugar Puts Your Body In A Temporary Coma
The immune suppression was most noticeable two hours post-ingestion, but the effect was still evident five hours after ingestion. This research has practical implications, especially for teens and college students who tend to overdose on sodas containing caffeine and sugar while studying for exams or during periods of stress. Stress also suppresses immunity, so these sugar-users are setting themselves up to get sick at a time when they need to be well.
Avoid These Five Foods
Avoiding foods that can provoke oxidative stress and inflammation like:
- Refined and added sugars
- Industrial plant oil
- Bleached refined flour
- Any artificial ingredients
- The big “5”: Gluten, Dairy, Soy, Corn, Peanuts
Inflammation of the Gut
Fast food and preserved food have been shown to increase gut inflammation which can lead to “leaky
gut” with greater chance of infection and increase susceptibility to cancer.
Get a nutrient-rich dense diet.
130-150 gram per day of healthy fat.
20-100 healthy grams of carbs.
100-150 healthy grams of healthy proteins.
( There is no need to count each catagory out,
just be aware of how much of each you are eating).
What to eat and what not to eat are important. The following are guidelines for the types of foods and cooking techniques for optimal health. On the left of the scale are healthy options and on the right of the scale are those to be avoided.