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5 Effects of Good Nutrition

5 Effects of Good Nutrition

  • June 8, 2022
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The effects of good nutrition on the body are just as visible as the effects of poor nutrition on the body. The difference is that bad nutrition can destroy the body, while good nutrition only supports and builds the body. Therefore, the better goal in life is to maintain a lifestyle that promotes good nutrition. This will have many positive effects including the following 5 effects of good nutrition.

5 effects of good nutrition:

  1. Maintain normal body function

This includes better learning, proper balance and pH in body tissues to stabilize and regulate body systems such as blood pressure, rebuild tissues and maintain proper blood sugar levels

  1. Maintain a healthy weight

This includes correct blood pressure values, which rarely allow illnesses such as diabetes or heart defects

  1. Prevent diseases

This includes prevention of cancer, tissue diseases, parasitic invasions and bacterial infections

  1. Pass on good start to future generations

Healthy Babies, Immune System, Healthy Pregnancy

  1. Provide stress relief

Reduce drug side effects, boost immunity, maintain calm and coping skills

When you can enjoy these 5 effects of good nutrition, you’re well on your way to a better, healthier, and more functional body.

A key to regular good nutrition is avoiding excess. Balance food intake between the main groups and eat appropriate amounts. You need a balance of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, fiber and other nutrients. A multivitamin can be helpful if you are unsure about your food intake, but it is not a substitute for proper nutrition. Water is essential for bodily function, transporting nutrients into cells and handling waste disposal.

You can obtain and follow the government-issued Standard Daily Food Pyramid and Recommended Daily Allowances (RDAs). It is age adjusted as nutritional needs change with age.

This pyramid consists of nutritional groups of: calories, carbohydrates, fats, proteins, fiber, vitamins and minerals and includes lists of antioxidants and herbs beneficial to health.

Aside from age, the body’s nutritional needs change with the use of medications or disorders and diseases that affect the body’s ability to meet those needs or interfere with the absorption or assimilation of dietary nutrients.

There are more than the above 5 effects of good nutrition, but these go a long way in getting you started on a healthy lifestyle if you pay attention. By the way, if you can’t be careful, you might need better nutrition! Avoid excessive sweets and highly refined foods as these can cause bacterial excesses which can even be fatal if left unchecked (Candida). By getting your body the right fuel (food) you enable it to function at its optimal capacity and keep you healthy, happy and fit for years, with benefits that extend even to the next generation.

Thanks to Candis Reade

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