Many of the risk factors for cardiac disease including hypertension (high blood pressure), hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol levels), obesity and diabetes are linked to poor nutrition. Proper nutritional intake is essential to prevent or control many of these conditions.
Toronto (PRWEB) March 27, 2007
Paul Kramer, is a registered Nutritional Consultant, renown author and conducts health seminar worldwide. For over 20 years, he has been studying and teaching the effects of nutrition, exercise and the environment on human health.
Paul Kramer's book, 'Fighting Body Pollution - Staying Healthy in an Unhealthy World' outlines the latest research into the benefits of nutrition, food supplements, exercise and stress reduction to maximize health.
No matter where in the world you live, there is an increasingly polluted environment that is negatively affecting people's health today. According to Paul Kramer, "when pollution and toxins from air, food and water enter our body, it becomes Body Pollution. Stored chemicals that damage the healthy cells of the body lead to disease."
Kramer's "Fighting Body Pollution" identifies four steps to guiding the reader towards better health and lifestyle.
He stresses the importance of using nutritional supplements to optimize health and to protect the body from the environment that we live in today.
He describes the simple foods that boost the immune system and shields the body from disease.
He incorporates the latest in stress reduction and exercise techniques that help to maximize energy levels. He identifies that by learning to incorporate simple daily habits into busy lives, the world population would be helped to stay healthy in an unhealthy world.
Research shows that our world is vastly different from our ancestors. We eat, breathe and live in our modern environment, making the ingestion of toxins a part of every day life. Numerous studies have shown that certain vitamins act as antioxidants and are essential in protecting the human body from the damages of pollution and the excess free radicals that are produced. This can be largely prevented by eating whole foods which contain natural antioxidants acting to reduce the energy of the free radical, stop them from forming in the first place or by interrupting the chain reaction thereby minimizing the damage.
In the aging baby boomer population there is more cardiovascular disease, many due to genetic pre-determined factors others due to environmental factors. Poor nutrition and lack of exercise play a significant role in many cases of cardiovascular disease. Exercising to the recommended 30 to 60 minutes daily would help to prevent or control heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, depression and obesity.
According to Kramer, "Many of the risk factors for cardiac disease including hypertension (high blood pressure), hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol levels), obesity and diabetes are linked to poor nutrition. Proper nutritional intake is essential to prevent or control many of these conditions." He goes on to say that, "unfortunately, with busy lifestyles, many patients dietary intake is high in fat and void of nutrition including essential minerals and vitamins as well as fibre."
Today, most people find it difficult to meet the recommended daily requirements of nutrition and vitamins. Whether it's due to busy schedules, over processed foods or environmental factors many people do not have a well-balanced eating regime and often do not take in enough dietary fibre. Nutritional supplements such as Intra and Nutria created by Lifestyles Global Network are a recognized and effective method of restoring those missing essential nutrients and vitamins.
Whether people are currently disease free or who want to prevent or delay the onset of problems in the future, they are looking for a well rounded approach to a healthier lifestyle. In the Forward of Kramer's book 'Fighting Body Pollution - Staying Healthy in an Unhealthy World,' Dr. Hacker states, that a well-rounded approach to improving nutrition, eliminating exposure to pollution and increasing activity levels moves towards a healthier lifestyle and prevention of disease. Although everyone recognizes the importance of modern medicine in the treatment of disease, he states, "that a book such as this is an essential guide to help people develop daily habits to promote their health."
Paul Kramer's 'Fighting Body Pollution - Staying Healthy in an Unhealthy World' is an essential read for those who want to stay healthy. The pay off will be better health, vitality and a longer and more productive life. His book can be found at http://www.fightingbodypollution.com or http://www.lifestyles.net