Salutare tuturor,

Revenim cu un articol de mare interes in zilele noastre. Cum sa avem energie zilnica, un metabolism bun si o stare de sanatate optima? Este important ca energia corpului sa fie data de corp prin nutritie corecta si nu de adjuvanti precum energizante, cafele etc.

Alimentatie pentru vitalitate: dovezile continua sa apara.

Dovezile stiintifice care intaresc importanta nutrientilor principali din mancarea integrala pentru a impinge la maximum sanatatea, vitalitatea si longevitatea continua sa apara. Nutrientii continuti in fructe, legume, cereale si peste au o atat de mare legatura cu mentinerea sanatatii si a starii generale de bine, incat autoritatile din lumea intreaga ne indeamna sa marim consumul acestora ca instrument principal in batalia impotriva bolilor cronice.
Va prezentam in cele ce urmeaza trei studii recente ale unor importante centre de cercetare, publicate in reviste stiintifice de marca, care transmit urmatorul mesaj:

• Prea multa mancare nesanatoasa face loc unei boli…

Un studiu publicat in numarul din data de 15 august 2007 al Jurnalului Asociatiei Medicale Americane (JAMA) atrage atentia asupra riscurilor majore de sanatate asociate cu dieta noastra din vest, care este deficienta in nutrienti din mancarea integrala precum fructe, legume, cereale si peste, insa excesiva in grasimi procesate, carbohidrati si calorii. In timp ce studiaza revenirea cancerului colorectal, cercetatorii de la Institutul de Cancer Dana-Faber din Boston au demonstrat ca 80% din cazurile de cancer colorectal au fost puse, in mod direct sau indirect, pe seama obiceiurilor industrializate din vest de consumare a hranii si pot fi prevenite prin modificarea regimului alimentar.
Recomandarile acestora pentru reducerea acestui risc: un regim alimentar bogat in fructe, legume, pasari si peste.(1)

Abundenta de mancaruri corecte pe drumul catre o sanatate pe termen lung!

Publicat in numarul Jurnalului American al Alimentatiei Clinice din iulie 2007, cercetatorii din cadrul Universitatii Monash si Consiliul pentru Cancer din Victoria, Universitatea Melbourne, Universitatea Cambridge si Spitalul St. Vincent’s din Melbourne reporteaza faptul ca “Se crede ca aceasta combinatie [regim alimentar care contine fructe, legume si omega-3] are proprietati anti-oxidante, anti-inflamatorii si anti-tromboza care reduc riscul bolilor cardiovasculare cu 30%.” S-a dovedit faptul ca acesti nutrienti au micsorat rata aparitiei obezitatii si a diverselor
forme de cancer.(2) Un studiu efectuat in cadrul Scolii de Sanatate Publica din Harvard in 2007 a evidentiat beneficiile pentru sanatate asociate acestor mancaruri, sugerand ca un consum mai mare de micronutrienti anti-oxidanti si anti-inflamatorii este asociat unor cazuri mai scazute de tuse, infectii respiratorii si simptome mai putin severe de astm.(3)

• Se pierd multe in cadrul procesului de crestere si procesare industrializate!

Conform studiului Universitatii Wageningen din Olanda, publicat in numarul din noiembrie 2005 al Jurnalului Chimiei Mancarii, aproape fiecare etapa a procesarii “de la ferma la furculita” a redus nivelul de fitonutrienti sanatosi din fructe si legume.(4) Informatiile prezentate de catre cercetatorii din cadrul Departamentului de Stiinte ale Solului din cadrul Universitatii Wisconsin – Madison confirma faptul ca in timp ce s-au inregistrat progrese remarcabile in recoltarea culturii in ultimii 50 de ani, continutul de nutrienti a inregistrat un declin.5 O recenzie
similara a informatiilor publicate de Laboratorul de Date Nutriente ARS al USDA (Diagrama 1) arata “un declin important in mineralele din mancare de la ultimul studiu detaliat [in urma cu aproximativ 20 de ani]”

Ne lipseste energia zilnica si vitalitatea? 1

 

Dietele industrializate moderne au o legaturadirecta cu boala.

Dieta care a dominat lumea industriala in ultimile cateva decade are o legatura directa cu epidemia bolilor cronice6
. Mancarea consumata in prezent de catre omul obisnuit nu abunda numai in energie si este deficienta in nutrienti, ci duce lipsa de diversitatea alimentara atat de importanta pentru o biochimie sanatoasa a omului. Excesul de grasimi procesate, carbohidrati si produse chimice straine lantului de mancare uman, regimul alimentar modern ne supraalimenteaza, subnutriti si expusi fara niciun motiv problemelor de sanatate care diminueaza vitalitatea.
Suplimetarea cu mancare integrala: o strategie care functioneaza. Modificarea regimului nostru alimentar nu este o tranzitie usoara sau convenienta pentru cineva care traieste in ritmul rapid al lumii moderne industrializate. Insa stim ca suplimentarea nutritionala care este formata in mod adecvat si deriva din surse de mancare integrala gasite in lantul uman de mancare poate umple lipsurile lasate de regimul alimentar modern industrializat. Aceasta ne
sprijina corpul sa produca energie, vitalitate si o viata lunga.

Organizatia Mondiala de Sanatate (OMS) evidentiaza in raportul lor in anul 2005 intitulat “Boala cronica: o investitie vitala” starea infricosatoare a sanatatii globale si da alarma – pierdem aceasta batalie in mod rapid. Va
prezentam in cele ce urmeaza ceea ce ne-au spus:(7)

Boala cronica (boala de inima, cancerul, atacul, boala cronica respiratorie si
diabetul) ucide de doua ori mai multi oameni decat toate bolile infectioase,
inclusiv HIV/SIDA, tuberculoza, malaria, gripa si pneumonia, combinate.
Consumul nesanatos de mancare este identificat ca fiind cauza nr. 1, urmat de
inactivitatea fizica si consumul de tutun.

Primul pas in prevenirea bolii cronice este modificarea regimului alimentar. Va prezentam in cele ce urmeaza recomandarile OMS si ale altor autoritati globale de sanatate:
Boala de inima: Boala cardiologica este cauza de deces nr. 1, reprezentand aproximativ o treime din toate decesele din lumea intreaga. Strategia de prevenire a OMS: sporirea cantitatii de peste, fructe, legume, nuci si cereale; mentinerea unei greutati sanatoase. La fel, elementele importante pentru sanatatea inimii prezentate de catre Asociatia Cardiologica Americana(8):

mananca mai multe fructe, cereale si peste bogatin Acizi Grasi Omega-3.Cancerul: 20 de milioane de oameni au suferit de cancer in2005.OMS estimeaza o crestere de 50% a bolnavilor decancer in numai 15 ani. Acestia au descoperit ca factori datorati regimului alimentar stau la baza a 30% din cazurile de cancer. Pentru a reduce riscul de cancer,OMS impreuna cu Centrele din SUA pentru Controlul si Prevenirea Bolilor (CDC) si Institutul National de Cancer al SUA (NCI) recomanda:
mananca fructe, legume si cereale mai multe. Si bineinteles, daca fumezi, lasa-te (9)
. NCI atrage atentia in mod special asupra familiei fito-nutriente de carotenoizi, evidentiind rolul
acestora in prevenirea cancerului(10).
Diabetul: Diabetul devine in mod rapid o epidemie globala… 171.000.000 de oameni au suferit din aceasta cauza in 2005. Si se preconizeaza o crestere la 366.000.000 pana in 2030..  o crestere cu 114%! De fapt, multi cercetatori medicali cred ca pentru fiecare persoana diagnosticata cu diabet, exista in prezent doua alte persoane aflate intr-o stare de „pre-diabet”, rezultand ca exista un numar de 1.000.000.000 de persoane care sufera de diabet in intreaga lume.
Strategia nutritionista pentru prevenire, conform Asociatiei Americane de Diabet (ADA)11 si Institutele Nationale de
Sanatate ale SUA (NIH)12: redu consumul de grasimi si mancaruri procesate; mananca mai multe fructe, legume,
cereale si peste bogat in omega-3 si fii mai activ fizic.

SOLUTII DE REGIMURI ALIMENTARE 
Cereale
Fructe si legume
Peste
Vitamine si minerale

Este indicat sa ne completam alimentatia zilnica cu nutrienti de inalta calitate din PRO VITALITY +

Ne lipseste energia zilnica si vitalitatea? 2

Vezi oferta
O alta substanta extrem de importanta este Coenzima Q10:

Coenzima Q10 (Ubichinona, CoQ10) este o substanta prezenta in toate celulele organismului si este indispensabila desfasurarii normale a proceselor biologice si biochimice, datorita rolului major detinut in transportul energiei necesare celulelor.

Vezi oferta

Multi oameni au folosit si reteta de mic dejun pentru a avea o sanatate excelenta, o digestie foarte buna si o vitalitate la cele mai inalte cote :
https://www.alegsanatate.ro/despre-produse-si-lifestyle/un-mic-dejun-perfect/

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