Nutritional Therapy, Therapy For Teens, Fighting Stress

By: Stress 2 Strength  05/11/2014
Keywords: nutritional therapy, therapy for teens, fighting stress, biological terrain assessment, metabolic ty

Food has powerful restorative and healing powers. By understanding its nature, food can be used to treat certain deficiencies that lead to illness and disease. Our bodies suffer from exposure to anti-nutrients through stress, food additives and industrial pollutants. By harnessing the healing qualities of food through nutritional therapy, you can minimise the impact that these harmful anti-nutrients have on the biochemistry of your body. Nutritional therapy is not a symptomatic approach, and treats the root causes of health conditions. By learning how to eat effectively and enjoyably, you can enjoy a better quality of life, with reduced stress levels and improved physical health. When you experience stress, your adrenal glands will start producing adrenaline. This will increase your heart rate, change your breathing, tense your muscles and release glucose into the bloodstream. When this 'fight or flight' response kicks in, it diverts energy away from the body's regular 'rest and repair' jobs, such as digestion. If you are constantly stressed and experiencing this 'fight or flight' response, your body will become increasingly incapable of dealing with the effects of stress. One of the easiest ways of handling stress is to optimise your nutrition to maximise your available energy. This means eating a well-balanced diet with plenty of varied nutrients, and avoiding stimulants and depressants such as alcohol and caffeine.

Keywords: nutritional therapy, therapy for teens, fighting stress, biological terrain assessment, metabolic ty

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