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 09/08/2018

What happens to your body when you eat too much sugar

With obesity numbers at dizzying heights, many researches have confirmed what we all have feared for so long - sugar is a huge culprit.


The exorbitant amount of sugar found in daily, processed foods, canned food, and soft drinks are too much for our body to handle. Research published in the "American Journal of Clinical Nutrition" in 2011 confirmed a "positive association" between drinking soft drinks regularly and the rising obesity epidemic. Sugar-sweetened beverages, particularly soda, provide little nutritional benefit and increase weight gain and probably the risk of diabetes, fractures, and dental caries, according to the research.


So what exactly happens when your body consumes more sugar than you need?


Weight gain

When you consume more sugar than the body can use, the body converts it into fatty acid and stores it for future use in adipose fatty cells, such as the hips, thighs, arms, and stomach.


Tooth decay

The waste product (acid) caused by sugar interacting with the surface of your teeth causes cavities. If you're not watching how much sugar you eat, you won’t have teeth left to eat it!


Onset of early diabetes

When you eat anything with glucose in it, your body releases insulin to help process that glucose into energy. The problem arises when people have too much sugar at once, there's a large release of insulin, which can cause hypoglycemia or insulin resistance. When that happens, your body is unable to properly absorb the glucose fast, which causes the glucose to build up in your bloodstream and liver. This can lead to pre-diabetes, and eventually diabetes.


Anxiety and depression

Eating a lot of sugar causes our brain to release a feel-good chemical called dopamine. dopamine, the "feel-good" chemical. However, excess sugar can cascade into hormonal reactions that eventually bring blood sugar levels down, causing symptoms of depression like anxiety, irritability, fatigue, and more.



 09/08/2018

A Teenager’s Nutritional Needs

Convincing your teenage child to eat nutritious food is probably one of the toughest things out there. You are constantly left worrying if they have eaten enough, if they are getting the right nutrition. How do you plan out a meal chart that your teen will actually enjoy and at the same time, remain healthy?


If you are facing the same issues, then this blog is just for you. Read on to know about the nutritional needs for teenagers.


1. Protein

Protein is vital for your growing teenager. It helps build, repair and maintain tissues in their body. It also helps the body grow and maintain muscle strength. Your teen requires around 45-60 gm of protein daily. Preparing non-vegetarian meals like fish and chicken can easily fulfil that requirement. Same for vegetarian meals if you include a lot of pulses, beans, soya, or tofu.


2. Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are crucial for energy for your teen. Simple carbohydrates are naturally available in fruits, vegetables, milk, and milk products. Complex carbohydrates are also good for fiber requirements and provide energy. Some other good sources of carbohydrates also include whole grain food items, legumes, starchy vegetables, and cereals.


3. Iron

If your teen doesn’t consume enough iron, they might encounter fatigue and even anemia. Iron is responsible for oxygen supply to muscles, proper brain functioning and developing immune system for fighting diseases. Foods like green leafy vegetables, whole grain, meat, nuts, are all enriched with iron and essential for your teens.


4. Vitamins And Minerals

Did you know that vitamins and minerals increase your teen’s immunity and protect them from various health conditions like anemia, night blindness, and even weakness? Some of the best sources of vitamins and minerals are milk, yogurt, cheese, carrots, sweet potatoes, papaya, and kiwi. You could also add in nuts, green leafy vegetables, whole grains, avocados, and bananas to their diet.


5. Calcium

Deficiency of calcium as a teenager can lead to weak bones at later stages of life. You should ensure that your teenager gets at least 1200 mg of calcium from the food they eat every day. Don’t forget to add dairy products, cereals, and leafy vegetables in their daily diet.


 29/07/2018

The importance of good gut health and how to keep it fit

We have all, at least once in our lives, have tried detoxifying our bodies after a particularly heavy food binge. Apart from the way greasy, fried, junk food wreaks havoc on our waist, the other very important system that it disrupts is our second brain - the digestive system.


With the variety of food products that damage or impair the optimal functioning of our digestive systems these days, it may seem impossible to get it back in balance. But it’s still very important to do so. Restoring the full health of your gastrointestinal system can have major positive effects on your entire body, from mood, to memory, and more. Healing your gut allows the body to build a stronger immune system and produce the right kind of bacteria that helps you feel good.


The health of your gut is usually determined by the levels and types of bacteria in your digestive tract. An imbalance between beneficial and harmful bacteria results in gut troubles.


This imbalance could be the result of too many bad ‘bugs’, as your grandparents probably told you, including bacteria, yeast, and sometimes parasites, and not enough good ones. This imbalance can cause damage to the lining of your intestines, making them permeable, and allowing food proteins to enter into the bloodstream. This then activates your immune system, causing inflammation, food sensitivities, and many other symptoms in the digestive tract and the rest of your body.


Research shows that when your gut is inflamed, which usually happens when the body is trying to digest foods that are overly processed, it signals the body’s nervous system to trigger mood changes, too. Sometimes, poor digestive health may also affect some cognitive functions, as well as affect onset of something as chronic as Parkinson’s Disease.


What should you do to maintain optimal gut health?


1. Don’t eat too much sugar, starches- They deplete beneficial bacteria very quickly and can consequently suppress immunity and lead to a variety of health problems.


2. Eat lots of real and organic food - Eating fresh, seasonal produce like vegetables, fruits, proteins and good fats support growth of beneficial gut bacteria.


3. Consume fermented foods and drinks– Natural sources of probiotics such as Kimchi, yogurt, naturally aged cheeses, kombucha, and more will help get in all the beneficial strains of bacteria to your gut.


You are what you eat, so choose wisely.


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