Tips To Tweak Your Diet

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Solving this problem is going to require significant changes on personal, community, and nationwide levels. The best first step is to take an honest look at your own personal lifestyle habits--and start making some changes there. Below are some basic strategies you can implement today.

* Avoid as much sugar as possible, especially fructose. This is especially important if you are overweight or have diabetes or pre-diabetes, high cholesterol, or high blood pressure. Limit your fructose intake to 25 grams per day.

* If you want to use sweetner occassionally, consider using the herb stevia, or organic cane sugar or organic honey in moderation. Avoid agave syrup, as most commercial products are just highly processed sap consisting almost of fructose.

* Consume your sugar with fiber, Fiber helps modulate the impact of sugar by slowing absorption. The perfect sweet food is a pece of fruit, which contains fiber a swell as beneficial antioxidants.


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*Eat a well balanced diet, tailored to your specific body type. It should consist of ample raw foods, fresh organic produce, grass pastured meat and dairy, raw nuts and seeds, and naturally fermented foods. Avoid processed foods, genetically engineered foods, and foods with added chemicals.

*Get plenty of high quality omega-3 fats from both plant and animal sources. As the study above showed, omega-3's are crucial to modulating the damaging effects of sugar--and have MANY other benefits. My favourite animal-based omega-3 source is krill oil.

*Optimize your vitaminD levels and attempt to spend some time outdoors each day.

* Exercise every day. Exercise improves insulin sensitivity, reduces stress and cortisol strengthens ghrelin (the appetite hormone), speeds up your metabolism, strengthens your bones, and even lifts your mood.

* Rehydrate with fresh water, pure water.

* Get plenty of sleep.

Source Link: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/...frutose-affects-brain-

I would like to thank www.foodmatters.tv for this article publication.

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