Many people follow the right diet and exercise regularly but are still far away from their goal weight and dream body. But, what is the right diet and the right exercise?
Breast cancer is among the leading health threats for women nowadays, according to the CDC it is the most common type of cancer among women in the United Stated. Earlier statistics, from 2003, indicates that one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifespan. There has been a decline in breast cancer incidence in the past decades due to decrease in the use of menopausal hormonal therapy.
Are you feeling unexplained exhaustion? Do you feel mental fatigue?Do you often feel depressed ?
Do you have trouble sleeping ? Are you taking acid suppressive, cholesterol lowering or contraceptive medications?
Are you eating predominantly plant-based diet?
Dieters think that losing weight has a high price of starvation and suffering, but I am here to teach you otherwise. Losing weight can be an exciting, inspiring process without any discomfort; knowing that the food you eat is not only helping you shred the unwanted pounds, but also cleaning your system from within is thrilling and uplifting.
Growing evidence indicates that psychological wellbeing leads to reduced risk for physical illness; in other words, our mental state dictates our physical health. Prospective studies ( participants being followed over time ) show that when people start out happier they do, indeed end up healthier and live longer. (1,2). The literature reveals that high intake of processed foods, refined carbohydrates, saturated fats, inflammatory arachedonic acid and low intake of fruits, vegetables and resistant starches leads to depressive symptoms.
Back in 1946 the world health organization defined the state of health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease. You can be in a perfect physical shape, ideal weight and absence of disease but that not necessarily means that you are in the state of overall health