Toxins. Let's talk about toxins in your body and where they come from.
Our bodies are exposed to over 2 million different toxins a day! This comes from the air you breathe, your food, beverages, environment, products that you use in your home and on your body and even from emotional feelings.
In my own research that I have done for myself and my family, I have found out that our bodies are not designed to eliminate that many toxins.
So what can you do?
I realize that in the world we live it, it's hard to eliminate so many toxins and I don't want you to be afraid to do anything because it might have "toxins" but I am just saying that there are things you can do to eliminate how many toxins you allow into your body. And just a final reminder... our bodies are designed to eliminate toxins. That is their job! Let's just help them to not have to work on over-time :)
Do you have balanced blood sugar? Are you eating foods for breakfast that cause your blood sugar to be unbalanced?
Symptoms of low (hypoglycemia) or high (hyperglycemia) blood sugar are many and varied. They can be associated with a variety of other health problems as well. Blood sugar imbalance may be responsible for the following: waking up not hungry; waking up in the middle of the night; night sweats; daily napping; being hungry between meals; feeling nauseated during the day (especially in the morning); and generally lacking energy. Blood sugar is the first step I take before any others.
So often people are mislead with dieting and the first thing they want to eliminate from their diet is FAT. We live in a "Fat-Free", "Low-Fat", "Fat-phobic" society. When the truth is, fat is a stable part of our nutrition.
What if we told you that fat isn't culprit that you think it is? What if we told you that fat doesn't make you fat? What if we told you that fat is an important macro-nutrient?
Here is a video blog about fat: