History of Weight Gain
E.g., at 20 a person weighed 60 kg, now at 40 he weighs 85 kg.
Draw a curve depicting his weight gain.
(The weight might not have been gained gradually, but as a result of a specific event, for example, childbirth or illnesses. Without going into details mark this on the above chart).
Our body consists of a hundred trillion cells and it daily needs the whole complex of nutrients which we are supposed to get with our food.
Does it actually happen?
In our regular nutrition there is an excess of harmful substances, while on the other hand, we lack many nutritional elements our body requires
⇒ Animal protein (meat)
⇒ Carcinogens (substances formed when food is prepared: frying, smoking; preservatives, fertilizers, pesticides)
⇒ Proteins – essential amino acids
⇒ Natural fiber
⇒ Vegetable oils
This sort of nutritional unbalance leads to numerous health problems, excessive weight and related health issues
Factors negatively affecting the quality of nutrition
⇒ Over fertilized soil
⇒ Spraying of crops with highly toxic substances (pesticides)
⇒ Deteriorating environment
⇒ Food preservation and storage
⇒ Food processing and cooking (baking, smoking, marinating, etc)
But this is not all. The processes of food absorption in the intestine is disturbed due to the following
⇒ Gastrointestinal track illnesses
⇒ Drug use
⇒ Alcohol and smoking
⇒ Bad nutrition
⇒ It is no wonder our cells start malfunctioning