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A change in dietary habits triggers addiction recovery

So when we are discussing obesity, we are discussing fat buildup, a frightening phenomenon that affects more than just the midsection. But in an industrialized world, it’s tough wading past saturated fat; it is a part of everyday diet, which not only demises a person aesthetically but also an individual’s cognitive functions. Excess saturated fats decreases a person’s learning capabilities and memory, which, in a number of cases, has been noted giving rise to depression and paving the way further to addiction as an easy way out from it. The way to treat such symptoms is by increasing the intake of Omega III fatty acids and vitamin E (both have been proved to enhance cognitive functions) and light to medium exercise regimes. While exercise burns the excess fat, the Omega III replaces the void and balances a poor eating habit.

Now, we must gather some idea on glucose, the sugar made and utilized by the body to produce the energy. A reduced glucose production (hypoglycemia) affects the brain (since it functions on glucose), so a balance must be struck to keep sugar leveled in the system.

So let’s start by balancing properly the four basic food groups for an improved health and an enhanced living. We need to fall back to the food pyramid (pregnant individuals, seniors and diabetics – for you, it shall be a different set of instructions we shall cover later) that shall balance the amount of nutrients entering our body and fighting depression and keeping the chances of a relapse at bay.

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