THE HUMAN BODY, THE MOST FANTASTIC MACHINE IN EXISTENCE
Most machines are designed to do only one or two jobs. But the parts of the human body work so well together that you can do all kinds of different things – many at the same time. Nobody has ever been able to invent one machine that could do even half the things your body can do. And no other machine can think up new ideas, change its mind or make jokes.
Your body machine is a complex organization of parts and systems that generally function cooperatively to keep you in proper working order. Your heart and brain are the CEO partners in charge of operations. Your brain acts as the “brains” and your heart is the “brawn.”
No one truly understands all of the many mysteries of the human body. But we do know it’s no simple task being you. If you think you’ve been busy lately and at the effect of time, consider all the other things your body does every 24 hours.
How Your Body Heals Itself
The optimum state of function that we call health is spontaneously generated by the human organism when it is provided with the requirements of health. The requirements of health can be conveniently classified into four general categories: DIET – ENVIRONMENT – ACTIVITY – PSYCHOLOGY
When the requirements of health are appropriately provided, the self-healing mechanisms of the body attempt to restore and/or optimize health. Your body’s ability to do this is only limited by your inherent constitution (genetics) and the amount of use and abuse that has taken place.
Your body is constantly exposed to chemicals, toxins, pollutants, and other stressors. In addition, simple organisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites are capable of invading the human body and using it as a source of nourishment. Fortunately, the healthy human body has defenses against invasion by these organisms. These defenses comprise the immune system which can do the healing job, if the host got the proper nutriens.
How to feed this amazing body machine?
In order to make the machine working properly, you just need to set up an eating plan that focuses on efficiency. This includes a few simple steps, which involve making some simple switches in your diet.
1. Make sure you get a well-balanced diet that contains the following nutritional content:
• CARBS (330g daily): Dietary fiber rich foods, such as whole grains, fruits and vegetables
• PROTEIN (100g daily): Meat, fish, egg, dairy, plants, vegetables
• FAT (75g daily): Good fats are found in fatty fishes, vegetable oils, seeds…
• WATER (2000g daily): Choose a high quality living water
• VITAMINS (<300mg daily): Fruits, vegetables, superfoods, supplements… • MINERALS (5-10g daily): Vegetables, plants, herbs, superfoods, supplements… 2. Swap out Unhealthy Fats Unhealthy fats, such as hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oils, trans fats and refined vegetable oils, can cause chronic inflammation and may contribute to conditions like heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer. 3. Remove Refined Sugars and Refined Grains During processing, refined grains are stripped of many important vitamins and minerals, producing a final product high in calories, carbs and sugar, but lacking in essential nutrients. White rice, pasta and noodles are a few examples of refined grains that are low in the important micronutrients that your body needs. Swapping these foods out for healthy whole grain alternatives is a great way to squeeze some extra vitamins and minerals into your diet to support healing. A better you for 2020! The more you know about how your body works, the better able you are to make the choices necessary to enhance both the quantity and quality of your life. Here in HealtHut we offer a holistic approach of your health status. Starting by a short educational session about nutrition, we then provide a complete nutritional checkup (free for PEC members!) and we propose a large range of healthy food and supplements that can help you to reach your goals. For 2020 all HealtHut team wish you to get a healthier life with a lot of happiness! Our articles should be used for informational and educational purposes only and are not intended to be taken as medical advice. If you’re concerned, consult a health professional before taking dietary supplements or introducing any major changes to your diet. Source: www.bellaonline.com/www.draxe.com