Due to the exponential progress in scientific research and technology, we are now able to formulate various kinds of supplements depending on our physiological and biochemical needs. As well as, the production of pharmaceutical drugs to address certain diseases.
However, these supplements and conventional treatments may cost an arm and a leg.
Fortunately, there is a more economical and sustainable way of avoiding and addressing illnesses without breaking the bank. And this is done by properly preserving and managing our nutritional biochemistry.
Promoting a healthy diet and by selectively consuming what is only needed by our body to function properly will help us dodge lifestyle diseases and will make us feel 10 years younger.
One major hindrance to a healthier diet is the availability of today's junk foods.
We tend to submit to the immediate but short-lived pleasures we get from them. Without knowing that the accumulation of these toxins in our body is the cause of our decay and susceptibility to illnesses.
The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for carbohydrates in children (of more than 1 year) and adults is only 130 grams a day. Wherein, the RDA for added sugar is only 25 to 32 grams a day.
Sad to say, 60 to 70% of Americans consume added sugars above the recommended limit. And ~50% consume total grains above the given limit.
Regardless of what the numbers say, it is never too late to start on a healthier approach.
A conscious effort of withdrawing sugar and grains from your meals can help in obtaining a healthier body by replacing your go-to grub with nutritious vegetables, protein-heavy meats, and high-fat snacks.
If you want to be more in control of your body and be in tip-top condition, read through our step-by-step guide.
In this guide, you will discover...
. The true sweet impact of sugar on our health.
. The importance vs. unimportance of starch.
. The gains of a "no sugar, no starch" diet.
. How to start this new diet.
. How to reinforce a healthy diet.