Lets touch briefly on the weight gain and obesity consequences of inadequate probiotic levels, virtually every study performed on the obese population analysing gut bacteria found higher instances of “bad” bacteria and lower levels of “good” bacteria within these individuals.
Listen, when you’re constantly feeling sick, tired, and stuck in a rut, it can do a number on your self-esteem and overall morale, and rather quickly.
1. Granola – granola, especially the varieties mixed with nuts can pack as many as 500 cals per cup!
2. Pasta – a moderate 1 and 1/2 cups of most pastas yield more than 60 grams of carbs and almost 350 calories
Researchers from the University of Michigan wanted to see whether people’s personal beliefs about the causes of obesity—which the researchers termed lay theories of obesity—were affecting their weight. They designed a series of studies that were conducted in the US and four other countries.
We must understand that the fully-grown human body consists of ± 75 trillion cells. each of us was only one cell strong, when our father and mother’s cells merged and a special DNA code was written to produce a unique and special individual. we need nutrients / building blocks for the following top 4 reasons:
Your GI tract is MUCH more than a digestion center; in fact, it is quite literally your second brain as well as being “home” to 80% of your immune system.
Your gut reside roughly 100 TRILLION living bacteria…That’s more than 10 times the number of cells you have in your entire body
Your liver is one of the largest and most important organs in your body. You have
only one liver. It is the size of a football and weighs about 1.5kg in the average-size
Most of our organs are connected to an emotion and your liver is the organ connected to anger.
The majority of people are unaware of the correlation between their anger and the effect it has on their liver because they don’t understand the depth of the connection. The state of the liver is actually fundamental to how we will feel the emotion, which could directly shape how we will act or react to what life dishes out.
It gave me goosebumps when I saw this article on BBC News. Male 40-somethings are dropping like flies, jaundiced and with failed livers.
The BBC reports: “Deaths from liver disease in England have reached record levels, rising by 25% in less than a decade, according to new NHS figures. The reports say that heavy drinking, obesity and hepatitis are to blame, with 37% of deaths due to alcohol abuse. Obesity is apparently on the rise, but why are liver problems due to hepatitis on the rise too?
Imagine a selection of foods that were delicious, nutritious and good for you – i.e. they reduced your risk of developing diseases.