The body is a unique system that creates its own energy by breaking down food that we eat. The digestive system is the main factor in the breakdown. Everything that enters our mouth ends up there. The higher our diet of sugars and fats, the more work it takes for our digestive system to create enzymes for the breakdown. According to author Joanna Ammons in her article "Digestive enzymes-Why everyone should take them," she states "Since Enzymes are a crucial function in the body; a deficiency can also lead to more serious illnesses or diseases." There are many illnesses that can be prevented by creating a healthy diet. The improper nutrition intake, in fact, increases certain toxins in our body that are absorbed through food. Many by - products that release toxins into our bodies can cause acne, yeast infections, food allergies and even asthma.
By changing many of our unhealthy habits with healthy we can increase our productivity at work as well as at home. We can have a more productive life by doing a few simple changes. Instead of eating that fat laden sandwich on the way to work, why not take the time to eat a high fiber diet that can curb the food cravings throughout the day. Instead of drinking high sugar content drinks, increase water intake throughout the day. When a sugar craving attacks, reach for fruit instead of high processed sugars. The healthier our food options, the more energy we create for ourselves, helping us throughout the
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