In this health video Dr Justin Neman talks about the role integration plays in holistic nutrition.
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On behalf of tvlesson.com I am Dr. Justine Newman doctor of organ into medicine with thebanyanholistic.com. Let’s talk a little bit about integration and the role integration place in holistic nutrition. Assuming you eliminated whatever you don’t need, you’ve taken in foods that are easy to break down and maximize the energy from them and you assimilate all of the nutrients throughout the day and many people wonder how could I speed up on my metabolism. What if I’m dieting? Are there some things and special considerations that I should pay attention too? Yes, there are several your body is about 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, foods that you eat that are too cold, too raw are difficult to breakdown from the body. If take for out of the refrigerator and eat it fold right away you’re stomach has to warm up that food before you can even digest it and this is a lot of waste of energy. You want to maximize the energy that’s taken in from your food and your not expand too much energy to even break it down. Also it can be helpful to eat many small meals a day, rather than eat meals that bring your body to fullness only in a little bit so you’re satisfied. If you over fill your stomach it can do its job properly and in fact eating several small meals keeps with fire are going. It does speed up your metabolism and people who don’t eat very often slow there metabolism down they think by skipping meals I might loss weight but in fact if you use the analogy of a bear going to hibernate for the winter if I don’t eat my metabolisms slows down so I can be sustain for these days or weeks or months. I don’t want to slow my metabolism down; if I’m dieting I want to speed it up. Eating several small meals is very, very important. The other in consideration that comes in to play is vegetarianism, some people wonder if vegetarian was a important choice, it is our body system is made to breakdown primarily fruits and vegetables and grains so in summary if you’re dieting, if you have any special considerations regarding comfort foods and your attachments to them see guidance from a nutritionist in your neighborhood. On behalf of tvlesson.com this is Dr. Justin Newman and thank you for watching.
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