Friday, June 16, 2006

Suggested reading

I thought I’d share some things I’ve learned since being sick about health and eating right.

Do you feel like your health and overall well-being needs a little boost? Then I would suggest reading “The Maker’s Diet” by Jordan S. Ruben. He has so many good tips, some of which I’ll include in here. It’s a 40-day diet but something you can follow for the rest of your life if you want. The Maker’s Diet is Biblically based and scientifically proven, it will help you to:
Boost your immune system
Attain and maintain your ideal weight
Have abundant energy
Improve your physical appearance
Reduce stress
Improve digestion
The 40-day diet is divided into three 2-week phases, these three phases are easy to follow, and each features foods that are extremely healthy and delicious.
This plan is designed for results but your success depends significantly on you diligence in following the plan. You may experience moments of discouragement when dealing with a new recipe or when facing a week without your favorite junk food or dessert, but it is WELL worth it to persevere through those times – your future health depends on it. Just ask the Lord to help you, I know you can do it.
The Maker’s Diet is designed to attack the three i’s – insulin, infection, and inflammation. By balancing insulin, you can improve physical, mental, and emotional health, and in turn you balance blood sugar, sharpening concentration and enhancing mood. By reducing infection, you can lessen the toxic burden placed on you body by your daily contact with germs. By lessening inflammation, you can reduce aches and pains and decrease risk factors for diseases such as heart disease and cancer. By attacking these three i’s, you can improve appearance and enhance energy, and you can begin to reverse the process of accelerated aging and live life the way you were meant to live it.
If you want to know more just read the book, you can get it at “Barn’s & Noble”. But I will try to post little tidbits and quotes from the book on here from time to time. Hope you find it helpful!

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