Do you take nutritional supplements? Why do you take them? If the answer is to improve and or maintain your health then how do you know that you are taking them right? Don't waste your money, your time or your intelligence taking nutritional supplements the wrong way! Dr. Michael Wald, The BloodDetective, will teach you how to get the most out of your nutritional supplements. Dr. Wald says, "too many smart people are doing dumb things with their nutritional supplement efforts. They often take the right stuff, but take it the wong way missing all or part of the benefits of their potential health improvements." Did you know that the timing of supplements can make all the difference in terms of best or worst effects in your body? Also, combining supplements the right way can improve how they are absorbed in your body, how they are activated ("turned-on") and ultimately their health effects. Taking supplements the wrong way can cause significant damage to your health. Too much of a supplement can be toxic, too little can be ineffective, but the right synergistic combinations can help create health where their was poor health. What about combining supplements with foods? Some foods fully or partially block the benefits of various nutritional supplements. Other foods increase the digestion and ultimately the blood and cellular tissue levels. Herbs, nutraceuticals, vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids are just some of the nutritional products that can help us maintain and beat disease...but only if they are taken seriously. "Finally", says Dr. Wald, "if you take a big box or bag of nutritional supplements and you have never seriously considered the concepts above, or, if you have never had the correct types of laboratory tests that can help you know about your absorption, utilization as well as other health parameters you have been missing out! Stop being ordinary with your health efforts and go the next level and be your own BlooDDetective!"
Emotional eating, otherwise known as stress eating, is an all too common problem affecting both men and women of virtually all ages. What is even more sad about this problem is that it is in adequately recognized, and therefore treated, and psychiatric and nutritional circles. My intention during this short article is to outline the major considerations for emotional eating and what you can do to modify emotional eating if you are affected by it. Furthermore, by recognizing emotional eating in yourself you will start to recognize it and others.
Perhaps the first concepts regarding effective management of emotional eating is to address its root cause or causes. Emotional and physical stressors and depression are a few examples of the underlying causes which may manifest in one’s life as emotional eating. If one attempts to manage emotional eating without first identifying its causes than any attempts to manage it nutritionally and or through other modalities such as acupuncture, fancy dietary changes and I like I doomed to fail.
Once you have identified and begin to properly manage the root causes of emotional eating you are well on your way towards building a solid foundation for a healthy or emotional and physical life. Once you learn, to work with a therapist and a psychiatrist or health coach proper strategies for managing underlying causes of stress eating it is a sensual to practice the coping skills that you have learned throughout your life - and especially during the most stressful times of your life. This last point is not want to be taken lightly meaning that if you can effectively manage your emotional stressors that are at the root cause of your emotional eating you will build even stronger coping strategies. To put it simply, effectively coping with stress eating during the most stressful times of your life will make it easy for you to manage stress eating during the less stressful times of your life.
When you find yourself staring at those foods that you probably should not have ask yourself, “am I really hungry“. If you are not hungry simply walk away. This is what I call awareness development for emotional or stress eating. If an individual, such as yourself, is on automatic and emotionally eating without the recognition of the fact that emotional eating is occurring in that moment then there is no chance that you can break the pattern. So develop you are, “awareness development“ by asking yourself at all points when you eat, “and I really hungry“ and if not walk away.
For a practical perspective, it is important for you to eliminate all of the worst foods and snacks in your house. Sugary foods, refined and processed carbohydrates, salty and fatty foods for example promote adverse brain chemistry and function. To say it another way, eating poorly causes poor chemistry and poor brain health. Some foods, such as sugar, can actually increase the production of stress hormones in your body which can promote not only emotional eating but can lessen your overall ability to deal with stress. Unhealthy foods, such as those I have mentioned above, have been shown to promote inflammation in the brain. Inflammation in the brain is now believed to be an underlying factor that causes or promotes all manner of emotional and psychiatric problems ranging from schizophrenia, depression, anxiety and even bipolar.
Changing your nutritional chemistry involves that you have in your home, in place of unhealthy foods, foods that are lower down on the food chain. For example, plant foods such as fruit and grains and vegetables are generally far healthier than most other foods in the diet. This does not mean that you cannot eat higher up on the food chain which would consist of animal products but you might want to limit their consumption particularly if you find yourself emotionally eating. On the other hand, it is important not to indulge in fad diet‘s that may be overkill for your purposes of dealing with emotional eating. For example, illuminating gluten if you do not have a gluten problem is not wise as it removes needed protein from the diet which is required as a precursor for amino acid production and therefore neurotransmitter production in the brain and has removed a major food from the diet which may result in feelings of frustration in terms of food choices.
There is some evidence that the consumption of green tea,and white tea may help offset the low serotonin and/or dopamine levels that are sometimes associated with emotional eating. These teas contain varying amounts of an important “happy” amino acid known as L-theanene. One should not expect that the consumption of cream cheese will cure their emotional eating but often a combination of small things like replacing unhealthy foods in your diet with healthier ones, getting good sleep, the consumption of these teas, and the appropriate psychological care often goes along way towards managing stress eating. Finally, keeping a food/emotional journal is essential for identifying when you are emotional eating so that you can "ride out the storm" breaking emotional-neurological habits and start to break the pattern of harmful emotional eating behaviors.
Ending Inflammation, by Dr. Michael Wald - The BloodDetective, reviews the causes and effects upon the body of the inflammatory process. "Inflammation will be the death of us all if we do not recognize it and stomp it out!" Environmental, food and nutritional solutions are discussed. Dr. Michael Wald see's patients both in-person and via distance phone consultations by calling 914-552-1442. His email is: email@example.com. The website is: IntMedNY.com
Join Dr. Michael Wald, The Blooddetective, as he uncovers the myths and facts surrounding the best diets for all cancers. If you or anyone you know has had cancer, has cancer or is at high risk for developing cancer this show is a MUST LISTEN! Dr. Wald Can be reached for either in-person or distance patient appointments by calling 914-552-1442. His email for show topics is: firstname.lastname@example.org. His website is: IntMedNY.com
This show explores how wrong thinking leads to poor decision surrounding health, life and healing potential. Dr. Wald, The Blooddetective, explores how false perceptions of the world and our use of language literally creates disease. Dr. Wald provides many examples of common false-perceptions that leads to misinterpretation of events including how we relate to our bodies and our health potential. Dr. Wald practices in Westchester New York located an hr north of NYC. He can be reached for either a distance consultation or in-person visit by calling: 914-552-1442. His email is: info@BloodDetective.com and website: IntMedNY.com
The Blood detective has done it again. You are about to learn all about the most important tests and what they mean nutritionally to maximize your health. Dr. Wald shares with you what most doctors do not regarding how to use blood tests and their nutritional meaning to reduce risk of disease, to delay onset of disease and to treat disease. Dr. Michael Wald can be reached by calling 914-552-1442. Email: I and email@example.com. Website: INTMEDNY.com. Dr. Wald sees patients at a distance as well as in person consultation’s in Westchester New York located one hour north of New York City.
Ask The Blood Detective - How To Use Combine And Time Your Nutritional Supplements For Optimal Affects
Stop wasting your time taking nutritional supplements. Let' Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective teach you how to take the correct nutrients in the right dosages, at the right time for the right problems in the right person. Dr. Wald practices in Westchester County located one hr north of New York City. Dr. Wald is now accepting both distance patients and in-person consultations. Call Dr. Wald at 914-552-1442, email: info@BloodDetective.com. Website: IntMedNY.com
If you don't know your chemistry you may never get well! Dr. Michael Wald, The Blood Detective, tells all regarding what nutritional and health tests you need to start regaining and building your health. Dr. Wald says, "before you can take on disease you must correct the little things". And those things are your chemistry! Dr. Wald is now accepting patients both in person and distance. Dr. Wald can be reached by email: info@BloodDetective.com or 914-552-1442. His website is: IntMedNY.com