02 Feb The Healthiest Diet
Melbourne Chiropractor Discusses The Healthiest Diet
How can you work this out with so much information out there to decipher through? That’s why you need professional advisers in all areas of life, to guide you through these maizes.
To begin, there are three fundamentals to consider:
a. We are all different, so how can there be one single absolute same solution for everyone?
b. With all our differences there are still certain principles that apply to most people.
c. The concept of “diet” is negative, which begins with the three letters d, i, and e, which at least mentally cannot be motivating for you.
2. What is the ‘Diskin Life’ approach to the healthiest diet?
We understand how your food can be one of numerous significant contributing factors to your wellbeing. All advice therefore is contextually tailored to your personal and individual history, and life circumstances. We provide general guidance such as to be aware of the consequences of foods to be most cautious of.
Once you have some insight where these may be found and their possible effects, we can progress to more customising of individuals needs. This is always tailored by a person’s response, be it perceived as positive or negative, and then progressive adjustments and refinements can take place.
3. What are the “foods” to be most cautious of?
Among the top food types to be most cautious of are processed grains, dairy, sugars, oils and there are many other potentially damaging chemicals in commonly eaten foods. What makes this more complicated is man of these chemical are often where you least expect them to be. Examples include sugar in fruit, wheat in so called healthy breads and pastas, rice, and the “bad” oils, not to mention acids in fruit, spinach, potatoes and other nightshades. You see, in all the categories there are also highly beneficial foods, such as coconut oil, ancient gains like spelt and the many healthy fruits eaten in moderation.
4. What are signs that what you eat is negatively affecting you?
You would begin with the obvious feedback from your body, such as you feel unwell or the food doesn’t agree with you. More signs of negative affects could include changes to your energy, moods or concentration. You may also notice changes to your bowel movements, your weight or your skin, hair or nails. We have found the impact of poor food choices can effect a person’s wellbeing to the degree of influencing conditions like arthritis, breathing, not to have to mention the more obvious- such as heartburn, bloating, reflux, constipation or diarrhoea.
5. How can you improve your approach to healthy eating?
Doesn’t it make sense to begin with a plan, as opposed to stabbing in the dark and “hoping” for a better outcome?
At Diskin Life we have found the best outcomes are achieved through integrating your health needs with context of your past history and current lifestyle as well as personal objectives. How you move, eat and think, underpinned by a optimally functioning and adapting nerve system ensures your greatest opportunity to realize your human potential.
Dr. Ari Diskin is a US trained Healthy Life Doctor of Chiropractic, with over 30 years professional experience, having cared for over 10,000 people. He uses Network Care as part of his 3 Step Vitality Program, in Melbourne Australia. For more information www.DiskinLife.com.