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Are we eating to set off our pleasure centre or keeping it in balance?

In clinic I am busy helping people not only keep off their weight but also remove excess weight.

There is a great paradigm shift in healthcare that my clients are receiving which is tailored solutions to their individual needs. Through iridology, tongue analysis, extensive questioning and reviewing of test results, I am able to bring about an outline that supports not only how they can lose weight but what they may be doing every day that is making it impossible without these changes for them to lose weight.

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addictive foods that contain an unusual mix of carbohydrates and fat or salt that sets off neurological pleasure centre when we eat this and sets off the hedonic eating and overrides our bodies innate ability to balance itself with eating. Which in turn gradually increases body weight.

some of these foods are;

Chocolate

Ice cream

French Fries

Pizza

Cookies

Chips

Buttered Pop Corn

Cheese burger

Muffin

we may wish to swap them with foods that are less addictive and keep our balance of satiety and hormonal output with eating these foods.

Strawberries

Apple

Corn with no butter

Salmon

Banana

Carrot

Brown rice

Water

Broccoli

Beans

remember we are all different and what suits someone may not be enough to recalibrate out centre and suit our needs.

take care

Lisa Fiocchini

Naturopath

info@naturohealthcare.com

online booking www.naturohealthcare.com or 08 82778006

information sourced health world.

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