A 2005 study done at Columbia University showed that the less sleep the subjects got, the more likely they were to be obese. Those who got only four hours or less of sleep a night were 73% more likely to be obese than those getting seven-nine hours per night. Similarly, those sleeping five hours per . . . → Read More: Inadequate Sleep as a Risk Factor for Obesity
When discussing holistic nutrition, there are several presuppositions that are foundational to any program if we are to achieve long term results.
The first is that there is a profound connection between the spirit, soul (mind, emotion & will) and the physical body. Secondly, biochemical stress internally (poor nutrition, poor elimination, toxic overload) will add . . . → Read More: Nutrition and Emotional Health