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Bones are made up of living cells and are constantly reacting to the rhythm of our body. Every day they are broken down and built up again as part of a normal physiological process known as biorhythm. During the day, the destruction phase should be more prevalent and at night the reparation phase takes over.
How many of you have a family history of type II diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cancer, high blood pressure, Alzheimer’s and other neuro-degenerative diseases? All of these are Western diseases related to the way we live our lives and caused by a chronic inflammatory reaction. In previous years, diseases linked to chronic inflammation did not exist in any great number. At the beginning of the 1900s, people tended to die from infections such as tuberculosis, the flu, pneumonia and childbirth. So why are they on the increase now
Glynis sits down with Lisa Faulkner and has a cosy little chat with her about her relationship with food and any questions or problems she may have about it. She explains why being in sync means you have tons of energy, sleep well and your body weight stays consistent.
We have been feeding ourselves on eggs for thousands of years and they have many nutritional highlights so is there any truth in the matter that we should be cutting them out of our diet? On The In-Sync Diet we feel that in the media they have unfairly received a bad press due to their cholesterol content. But there is no good evidence to suggest that egg consumption is detrimental to health and we don’t think so either.
If you’re stressed, you can’t digest it is as simple as that. And if you can’t digest, you can’t absorb nutrients from the meals you throw down at the rate of knots because your time is snatched. And if you can’t absorb, you don’t have enough energy to keep juggling your busy lifestyle.