The Genetic Diet
Some of us get attached to certain foods, like chicken, eggs, bread or even blueberries, all with the view, of eating healthy. They key to a healthy intestine and balanced biochemistry is rotating your diet and indulging in different types of food that suit your needs. Sometimes radical diets are the lurking reasons behind your weak immune system and depleting hormones. Lethargy, bloating, stomach cramps, headaches, low energy and emotional mood swings are all vague signs given by the body that the foods you're consuming are being rejected. Different diet theories and programmed are introduced regularly, but which to follow and which one suits your needs? Deficiencies or excess minerals coming from food, proteins, fats, vitamins and carbohydrates can play havoc with the nutrients in blood levels: The aim is to hit the right target, which will benefit your body. Researching into your genetics can explain why: - Low fat diets cause fatigue in some people and energy in others. - Why some of us are better at eliminating toxins than others - Why you're susceptible to colds, glandular fever or shingles Working with your doctor on a nutrition plan tailored to your biochemistry will gradually banish those vague symptoms. Such a test can help spot the onset of diabetes, high cholesterol, anaemia, food allergies and unbalanced hormones. This means cooking specific meals to your biochemical levels. So where can you start? Looking back at what your ancestors ate and finding the foods that helped them survive and thrive throughout history can give you an idea of what types of foods might agree with your genetic makeup. Your blood levels of nutrients swing up and down; it's through diet and managing stress where levels can be in equilibrium.