Modern Dietary Needs
In today’s society, life for many gets busier and busier, and many diets are dictated by the time you have available for eating, from the rushed breakfast, to the small break in the working day. This leaves many people relying on convenience foods, which can be prepared in an instant, but are often high in fats, sugars and carbohydrates, and low in protein, natural nutrients and fibre. To receive the supply of nutrients needed to enable the body to function at optimum levels, larger volumes of nutritionally empty foods are consumed. Convenience foods typically increase body fat, raise cholesterol levels, and contribute to digestive and health challenges in later years.
The human digestive system, when bombarded with over-processed fatty foods, doesn’t extract enough quality nutrients. The body is continually starving for more nutrients, triggering appetite and compulsive overeating.
The Future Diet
You must learn to work with your body, not against it. Many people are now using Spirulina for a dietary supplement and complete food, as part of the transformation in their health and vitality. Spirulina is a very concentrated natural food. For those who lead busy lives it is ideal.
- Does not need to be chewed, ideal food on the run
- Prepared in seconds
- Highly concentrated for easy nutrient absorption
- High quality protein
As part of a wholesome natural food diet, Spirulina can help bring body fat back to a healthy level. Many people use it, along with a low carbohydrate diet and exercise, to achieve the results they want. Taking a heaped teaspoon of powder (about 5 grams), one hour before meals can help satisfy your body’s appetite. It is not an appetite suppressant in any way, and contains no drugs or chemicals that trick the body. It is simply super concentrated, easily digested natural nutrition. With digestion being the largest process occurring in the body, the less work the body has to do to extract the nutrients from food – the more it can spend using them on repair, growth and other vital functions. Exactly what the body needs.