OMG Anxiety has to leave!
We all deal with a little anxiety from time to time. However some of us are plagued with this feeling way to often. Anxiety is not necessarily caused by what you eat, however it can be a part of the problem. Many people are contributing to their anxiety every day by what they are eating. Are you one of them?The Fact is that your food choices do matter. What you eat can affects how you feel. It stands to reason that improving your food choices to what helpful for those living with anxiety can be a valuable part of managing your anxiety symptoms.
span style="font-weight: 400;">Do you eat more when you’re tired? Are you craving junk food and sweets? It not all in your head and yes there is a reason! Thank God because this is a huge break through in not giving up on your weight loss goals. It may not be in you head but it is in your brain.
class="p1">Everyone knows that getting Health is a mix of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and eating nutritional rich foods. However if being healthy and losing weight was as simple as “eat right and exercise”, the weight loss industry would NOT be the billion dollar earner it is today.
If you have been reading our articles here on Hey Mr. Vitamin then you know we are all about the lifestyle change and not the diet. If you are new to our site then let’s talk about one thing real quick…All those diets, fads, and quick fixes are not here on this site. Why because they may work for a short time and they will give you the results you are looking for but you can’t keep those results. Meaning you will be back at square one. Our goal is to help you achieve lasting results and excel what you thought was possible. After all your body is capable of so much more than you think.
h3>To Eat or Not To Eat
To eat or not to eat…that is the question. When you are exercising, an empty stomach is best. If you’re a diabetic, please consult your doctor. Blood flows to your extremities when you are active. When your stomach is digesting food, blood flows to your stomach assist. The main system affected would be the nervous system. Blood is how muscles breathe and when you are working out, a lack of oxygen can cause muscle fatigue and cramps, or indigestion, which makes working out harder and uncomfortable.