Obesity~You’re Not Greedy; You’re Mineral Deficient!
A condition characterized by the excessive accumulation and storage of fat in the body
The human body needs 90 essential nutrients to function correctly, maintain health, and repair. Essential nutrients are divided into 60 minerals, 16 Vitamins, 12 Amino Acids, and 3 Essential Fatty Acids. A balanced diet CAN NOT provide all of the essential minerals. The major minerals we need in our body are sodium, chloride, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and sulfur. The test to determine your mineral balance is called a Hair Tissue Analysis.
Each of these significant minerals is rarely contained in foods in the proper amounts. Even the "four food groups” cannot supply adequate nutrition. This is NOT possible because the soil that food is grown in is denatured and utterly void of minerals. Yes… you heard that correctly! The foods that you eat have very little nutritional value. That is equally true for organic foods.
Why? Over the years, farming practices have stripped the soil of most of its nutrients but have attempted to save the crops using chemical fertilizers and pesticides. So you can imagine the changes that have occurred with the food grown in that soil and how it has affected YOU!
If the food is truly organic, it will be certified to be so, yet it has little additional nutrients; it’s just cleaner. That does not mean additional nutritional value.
An Oregan State University study shows a clear correlation between obesity and micronutrients. To combat obesity, make sure to get the best nutritional supplements for your body. While many people are aware that excessive eating is a leading factor of obesity, few understand our bodies’ need for minerals. When your body does not receive the essential minerals you need, you unconsciously consume more calories every day and remain unhealthy and obese. You’re not greedy; you’re mineral deficient! Discovering what your body needs is the first step toward successful weight loss. To solve the mystery of the root cause of your weight loss woes, don't rely on a blood test. Get a simple hair test. If you have a problem with sugar, it may be wise to dig deeper into why sugar makes you crave it. Discover more about yourself by taking a sugar challenge
this simple equation: 4 Steps to Success
Cravings + Fatigue + Slow Metabolism = Nutrient Deficiency = No Mineral Efficiency = Unwanted and Progressive Weight Gain.
To avoid unwanted and progressive weight gain, follow these simple steps for a healthier lifestyle:
Step 1: Try to reduce the amount of gluten (wheat, rye, barley.
Step 2: Avoid processed foods (Nitrites /nitrates, oil in a bottle)
Step 3: Supplement Daily (A hair tissue analysis test will provide the proper nutrients for your body's needs)
Step 4: Get in contact with a naturopath/ Wellness coach for guidance.
Remember, You’re Not Greedy; you’re Mineral Deficient!