Nutrition and Supplements for GENETICS and HEALTH, avoiding drugs
Can I tell you a story and see if it seems familiar? Picture this:
You see someone that claims to love and support you after 3-6 months. That person is either a friend or a family member. Maybe a FAN on social media. In that time, you have changed your body composition so that your waist is trimmer, you have more muscle and less fat. Your skin looks healthier and you hold your head higher. They say something like: “Wow, you look really good, Are you Starving yourself?” or “Why’d you lose weight, you were fine before.” then there is the “I’ve seen your posts, what are you trying to prove?”.
We’ve all had it, right? It makes us feel bad. I mean shoot, look what was said about Adele’s Decision to Get Healthy.
What we know about Obesity:
Obesity is the number one cause of almost ALL CHRONIC disease. It causes joint degeneration, heart disease, diabetes, cancer of all types. It is one of the leading COSTS in the healthcare system. So why are people Health Shaming you? They feel Guilty. Or, they think you should feel guilty for improving because you are now supposedly Fat-Shaming them by losing the unhealthy habits.
What Role Does Genetics Play in ALL of this?
Back in April, I did a Blog on Genetics and Pharmacology. (you can reference that here)
Is Pharmacology Necessary?
What I would like to tell you today, is that that while sometimes pharmaceutical intervention is necessary; Pharmacology can also do harm in more than just the side effects. You see, Most drugs are meant to alleviate symptoms short term and then time out. We want to adjust and treat the cause of the symptom, not just override it or mask it with a drug. Most drugs come with side effects that lead to the need for another drug. If we can look to the genetics and the NEEDS of the PERSON, we can decrease our dependency on pharmaceuticals by 3 fold in this Country
Now, there are times when you need to be on a specific drug for a longer amount of time, but you should also know those nutrient deficiencies are created with those drugs or combination of drugs.
So When might you need to be on a drug longer than 90 days? Severe, chronic disease states like diabetes, COPD, Hypertension that is Hereditary, Thyroid medication after thyroid removal; Hormone replacement therapy after menopause or in cases of severe low-T. The list is not endless though.
When should you talk about Health Management vs. Pharmaceutical Management?
Let’s say you are someone who has High Blood Pressure or Hypertension, has a BMI greater than 23 (Calculate Here)With Extra weight around your midsection and When you measure your waist it is greater than the measurement of your Hips. Your medication should only be given in conjunction with a Nutrition and Exercise Plan. Notice I Did NOT use the word DIEt. That’s right, to DIET is to DIE. Think in terms of Nutrition. What helps my Body GAIN what it NEEDS?
That Plan should be Monitored and carried out to work towards lowering or removing the medication altogether. This plan would take 90 days to 18 months and appropriate supplements would be added to ensure nutrient depletion did not occur.
For MOST individuals, Physical Activity alone is not enough. We need to CHANGE Nutrients being put in. Genetics play a role in the AMOUNT of food needed, the TYPE of food needed, the ability to tell if you are FULL or HUNGRY and the AMOUNT and TYPE of physical activity required.
Feel Better – Find Nutrients Depleted b…ent Depletion Calculator – Mytavin.com
This is an example of someone taking Lipitor, Aldactizone and Metformin. The LIST is all of the deficiencies created. These deficiencies can also play a role on the GENETIC Expression of some markers for EACH INDIVIDUAL.
When did Being a Proper weight and size become a Negative?
I Don’t Know about YOU, But I’d Rather have the TOP of this Picture than the Bottom. So many times, even in my own life, I have had people ask me why I am exercising or why I am skipping desert. Or My favorite, “You’ve lost so much weight, You should Eat”. My goal is to CHANGE HEALTH in this country, one person at a time. I want to restore people’s ability to believe in themselves. To tell that person trying to sabotage them, “HEY! Back off. Its about and for ME, not you.” Because really, that person is jealous that you had the Guts to change your health. I want to teach people To Fight for their HEALTH, and to know when they can say NOT TODAY to a drug or surgery. I want to bring AMERICA BACK TO RIGHT through education, Nutrition Exercise and Supplements, not Drugs.
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