Is your body functioning at its optimum? Are you providing your body what it requires for optimum health? Is there enough nutrition in the food that you eat? Are you absorbing the nutrition from the food you eat? If the vitamins and minerals are no longer present in our soil, will they be in our food?
More than ever, it is important to nourish our bodies. Do we all deserve to look and feel the best that we can? Deprivation of nutrition can lead to risk of ill health and disease.
For optimum health, along with cleansing, it is important to replenish the body. Try and have organic produce where possible, as it utilizes no chemicals pesticides insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, synthetic fertilizers or generically modified organism, some or all of which are used in non-organic produce. It is also important to supplement, in order to give the body vitamins and minerals that are essential for good health.
Dr John Gray, the author of “The Mars and Venus Diet and Exercise Solution” (www.home.marsvenus.com) suggests eating a balanced diet, exercise regularly and get adequate rest will help in creating positive thoughts and a healthy brain chemistry. Males and females moods are more manageable and the body can more effectively fight stress when it is fit and well rested.
Eating to Produce Dopamine For Men
Dopamine is a brain chemical that gives men energy and motivation. This important chemical is produced from specific amino acids contained in the proteins we eat. When men are deficient in dopamine, they tend to seek out behaviours that stimulate the production of more dopamine to feel energized i.e sports, action movies etc. Another common deficiency of dopamine is ADD & ADHD. To produce more dopamine, include foods that Dr John Gray suggests in his book as part of a balanced diet. Here is a brief list:
Fish & Seafood: crab, lobster, clams, shrimp, white fish, oysters , scallops mackerel, sardines, tuna & salmon, omega 3 fish oil
Legumes: adzuki, kidney, soya, lima, black, mung beans & lentils, tofu
Meat & Protein Products: liver, lean lamb, steak , ground beef, whole egg, chicken, duck & turkey
Whole Grains: english muffin, flax seeds, oatmeal, wholemeal bread
Eating to Produce Serotonin For Women
Serotonin is a brain chemical that gives women the feelings of comfort, happiness, good relations and optimism. This important chemical is produced from specific amino acids contained in the proteins we eat. The unfortunate symptoms of low serotonin are a direct result of a woman’s diet and exercise routine. A healthy breakfast is essential for women in order to produce normal levels of serotonin which will last throughout the day. The pineal gland is directly responsible for the production of serotonin throughout the day and melatonin to aid in a healthy night’s sleep. A deficiency in serotonin producing foods and nutrients results in a host of specific undesirable symptoms in women such as depression and emotional eating. Research reveals that all obese women are serotonin-deficient.
To produce more serotonin, include foods that Dr John Gray suggests in his book as part of a balanced diet. Here is a brief list:
Fruit: apricots, banana, dates, figs, guava, grapes, grapefruit, mango, oranges, strawberries, tomatoes, papaya, watermelon
Seeds: pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds
Vegetables: beets, brussel sprouts, celery, carrots, chili peppers, mushrooms, onions, pumpkin, potatoes, squash, sweet potatoes
Whole Grains: buckwheat
Nuts: almonds & pecans
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