What kind of food did you eat today? Was the ingredient fresh and safe? Did you have all the ingredients? Was it a healthy recipe? Taking a balanced diet from real food is at the heart of health care. If you manage this well, you can read this far. In most cases, however, it is not easy to continue to receive such meals. In this case, it is a wise alternative to purchase nutritional supplements that are concentrated in nutrients rather than toxins, and that are economically viable. And there are some nutrients that you should eat, but there are ingredients – sugar, gluten – that you have to cut down on your current diet. Today, we will learn about the correct nutritional intake as the last time of health care.
1. Taking balanced nutritional ingredients through nutrients
The first thing you need to supplement nutrients that are likely to be scarce in real food is a comprehensive nutritional supplement containing vitamins and minerals. The next nutrients to be consumed are omega-3 fatty acids, high levels of lactic acid bacteria, and dietary fiber. We already covered a lot of each ingredient on the blog, so please take a look. Today, I will briefly explain the magnesium that is rising in the bust.
Magnesium is involved in a variety of physiological responses, including bone, brain, muscle, energy, and heart, and is essential for the normal function of mitochondria. However, as the quality of the soil deteriorates, the amount of magnesium that can be obtained from the food becomes insufficient, and in many cases it is suffering from magnesium deficiency. Experts recommend taking magnesium to maintain health, with a recommended daily dose of 310-420 mg, or 600-900 mg depending on the individual. Starting at 200 mg / day, gradually increase the dose until the side is thin. When choosing a nutrient, you think it is good if it is natural, but considering the bioavailability, content, and safety, you need wisdom to choose the right nutrient for you.
2. Increase vegetable intake
Most vegetables have low carbohydrate content, and are rich in vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber. Please increase the intake of any vegetable as a substitute for cereals, bread and noodles. Especially, the following vegetables are considered to be the best among the vegetables, so please put them on your diet frequently: Broccoli sprouts, watercress, cruciferous plants (cowl ripple, broccoli), leafy vegetables (kale, spinach, Swiss chard, cola de greens) , Pepper, roots (ginger, turmeric, onion) Now, let’s take a look at the sugar and gluten that should be reduced in our diet.
3. Limit sugar intake
More than 40% of US healthcare costs are spent on treating diseases related to excessive sugar intake. As is well known, sugar is a favorite food of cancer cells, and it breaks down mitochondrial function and causes chronic diseases. As I mentioned last time, sugar promotes ROS in mitochondria, damaging DNA, cell membranes, and proteins. According to experts, the amount of fructose (including fruit) consumed during the day should be reduced to less than 25 grams, and if you have insulin resistance, we recommend limiting it to 15 grams per day. We start by reducing the amount of sugar we put in our food, and as a substitute for sugar Stevia, and Lohan. Also, be sure to check the sugar content of the products you buy so that you have a habit of calculating the total amount consumed per day.
4. Let’s remove gluten
Gluten is a protein component found in wheat, barley, rye, etc., and gluten is usually not a problem. However, in the case of illnesses, gluten causes depression, abdominal pain, intestinal disorders, diarrhea and constipation, headache, and muscle aches, and gluten sensitivity makes daily life difficult even when the bowel function and immune function are reduced. Gluten-free foods with gluten-free foods have many advantages, but when they are made into gluten-free foods, the nutrients they originally have are reduced. Also, because there are many gluten-free junk foods, please check them carefully.
We looked at three tips on health care. Mitochondrial metabolism adequacy, nutritional ketoisis, proper nutrition.
We hope you will keep your wishes for the New Year with your little practice in your life.