Environmental toxins (heavy metals, chemicals, viruses, etc.) and overworked, even exhausted organs, can keep your body from getting the nutrients it requires. In an attempt to feed your system these essential vitamins and minerals, you’ll eat–almost anything (even as your mind is telling you it’s junk!). This well-meaning response won’t correct an intrinsic nutritional deficiency or a metabolic imbalance.
It’s a common belief that we are who we are, and our ‘cravings’ as such, are a part of our essential fabric. But many of us have a strong, and correct, sense that we can release many of our unhealthy urges, and for good. It’s simply a matter of finding the key that unlocks that door, opening the door, and walking through it.
It’s a given that post-menopausal women have a harder time losing weight due to the spare estrogen they store in their ‘tire’. Here are some ways they can help themselves in that arena.
Extra abdominal girth can often be attributed to Intestinal buildup. Remedy: Drink soaked whole raw flax seeds and consume green smoothies)