Nutritional Wellbeing2020-09-22T11:07:29+00:00

Nutritional Evaluation

Most people eat a diet full of calories but short on nutrients.

Physicians today are beginning to understand that is not necessarily the quantity, but the quality of the food that we eat that is important to health.  Americans eat a diet full of calories but short on nutrients.

In the past, our diets were rich in vegetables fruit, good fats and complex carbohydrates, nuts and seeds. We ate lean protein in limited amounts. Our plate has flipped with limited and poor-quality vegetables and fruits, minimal nuts and seeds, low quality fats, large amounts of simple sugars and heavy on the not so lean proteins.

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    Nutritional Wellbeing

    Anatomy of the cell

    Anatomy of the Mitochondrial – the little engines

    Eat Well. Live Well.

    Macronutrients consist of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates and these are the building blocks and energy sources needed to replace and maintain and repair your body every day.

    Micronutrients including vitamins minerals and trace elements are key components and for the billions of chemical reactions in our body. A few examples of activities that require various micronutrients include digestion, brain activity, liver detoxification, proper immune and thyroid function and normal Neuromuscular function. Not only do you need these systems working normally, we need fuel to run these systems. The fuel needed comes from little engines in our cells called the mitochondria

    These little engines-the mitochondria rely on macro and micronutrients to make the fuel for almost all the activities in your body. These macro and micronutrients come from the food you eat and the effectiveness of your digestion.

    Most of these nutrients come from fresh foods such as fruits and vegetables, meats and starches. Processed foods from the Standard American Diet are low or depleted of these very important nutrients.

    If this depletion is left unchecked, there is increased susceptibility to chronic disease.

    Homeostasis-defined by physiologists to mean maintenance of static or constant conditions in the internal environment. Essentially all the cells, tissues and organs of the  body perform functions that help to maintain these conditions. To maintain homeostasis we need to maintain our physiologic resilience and our metabolic reserve

    Body Composition Analysis: The use of Body mass index which is the weight to height ratio.

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    Detoxification: helps enhance the weight loss experience as we rid the body of toxins that cause fatigue.

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    Evaluation of base line Nutritional status: A Comprehensive analysis of a patient’s nutritional status.

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    Is A Way Of Life

    The nutrients you consume are used to maintain your metabolism for daily performance. There are approximately 10 trillion cells in your body. Each of these cells, tissues and organs are involved in normal daily activities such as digestion and respiration.

    Physiologic Resilience is how your body responds to the daily needs of your environment. Think of it as a stretchy rubber band that stretches to accommodate physiological processes and returns to its original length after the physiologic process is done.

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    Weightloscity • Quote of the Day

    “If you listen to your body when it whispers, you won’t have to hear it scream.”

    Weightloscity • Quote of the Day

    “The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”

    Weightloscity • Quote of the Day
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