Whether you’ve been diagnosed with a chronic illness or have a family history of it, it can be difficult to sort through all the information on what you should and shouldn’t eat. Not only is this difficult for critically ill people, those who aren’t aware of their own dietary needs can become super restrictive in how they eat. This restriction will only make their symptoms worse and leave them feeling unfulfilled by their diet. So know your body type, learn about the nutrition basics so that you can give your body what it needs to recover!
DIET: So first things first, what is a diet? A diet is different for everyone and can mean different things. Some people call it a vegan or vegetarian diet, others may just call it an eating plan. It is important to recognize that a diet doesn’t necessarily mean that you are restricting your food intake to eat healthy or in the amount of calories that you need each day. You can get all of your protein from eating eggs and grass-fed meats eaten in moderation (which I will explain further on in this article). It is a great idea for those who don’t have any health issues to choose organic and grass-fed over conventional or regular meats.
Organically raised meats are those that are not given antibiotics, steroids, growth hormones, or pesticides. But it can be quite pricey and is generally not very accessible to those with little income. Grass-fed meats are similar because they do not contain synthetic hormones and they are raised on open land where they can graze freely like herbivores should (this is also why these meats may taste different!).
PERSONALITY: It takes individual decisions about what you are willing to do in order to improve your health. Many people choose to avoid taking any supplements because they have heard negative things about them such as causing weight gain or lowering immune function. This is not true. Fortunately, there are natural supplements that can help your body in its efforts to heal, recover, and overcome the difficulties it may be facing. Here, you will learn about supplements and the roles they play in your diet.
SUPPLEMENTS: Many times, people think that because their body is not absorbing their medication, it must be a low-functioning lymphatic system. In reality, most likely their liver is overburdened with this medication and needs some support to help detoxify. This is why natural supplements can be so beneficial to help with this process! Take Fish Oil for example! Fish oil’s primary function is to keep heart muscle functioning properly and prevent blood clots (1). It is also used as a lubricant to prevent plaque and impurities from forming in your arteries (2). Fish oil also offers vital omega 3 fats, which are essential to brain development and protection of our bodies from heart disease (3). It aids in the production of hormones like thyroid, estrogen, and testosterone.
So there you have it! Not only will this article teach you how to better manage your diet, but it can also help you take the right supplements for your condition. Take care of yourself by reading over this article, researching natural remedies that you may need, and taking action today!
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