When You’re Hungry, It’s Okay to Eat Nutriment
When you’re hungry, it’s okay to eat nutriments, says an expert in nutritional medicine.
In this excerpt from her book, Nutriments: Nutrition and Health, published by The LAD Bible, a doctor explains how to use the nutritional supplements in moderation to help manage chronic illness and malnutrition.
The book, published in the United States in July, was the first of its kind in the world.
The doctors who wrote the book, Dr. Anne M. Cogan, have spent nearly 30 years treating more than 50,000 people suffering from chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension.
Cogan, who has been practicing in the Philippines since 1999, has been treating chronic illnesses in her native country.
She says chronic illness is not a disease, but a disease of the body, with its symptoms ranging from depression to depression, anxiety, mood swings, fatigue and more.
The symptoms that she sees are not limited to people who have chronic illnesses.
They also include people who are taking medication and/or are on medications that interfere with the immune system.
“If you can manage your chronic illness, it will take care of itself,” she says.
“But I see a lot of people, including myself, who are not getting help.
So I have to educate people.
I have been in the practice of medicine for 30 years, and I have seen it all.
I have a lot to learn, and there are a lot more people that need help.”
How can we get our bodies to heal?
Cogan says there are two main ways we can help our bodies.
One is to do things that are good for our bodies, such as exercise and nutrition.
The other is to make sure that we have a good diet, such like eating foods that are high in protein, and good fats.
The first is the healthiest way to get your bodies to get healthy, she says, because it’s the best way to keep your body healthy.
“You have to take the time to make the change, and you have to put a lot in.
It is not easy,” she explains.
“You have got to make a lot and be patient.”
Cogan explains that if you have an illness that makes it difficult for you to eat, you can start with a healthy diet.
“Try to do your best to eat less than you do now,” she advises.
“The most important thing is to have a healthy, balanced diet.
If you’re eating too much, you’re going to have trouble.
It will get worse and worse.
You will not get the nutrition you need to get back on your feet.”
You can become irritable and angry.””
When you have a low energy level, you are going to be stressed.
You can become irritable and angry.”
So what are you going to eat to get you to your healthy weight?
“The first thing you need is a balanced diet,” Cogan says.
“There are several types of foods.
There are fruits and vegetables.
You also have to look for things that have vitamins and minerals.
You want to have plenty of vegetables and fruits.”
There are also things like whole grains and nuts, as well as legumes.
So those are the best,” she concludes.
What if you’re not eating a healthy balanced diet?”
If there are too many foods, then you have not taken care of your diet and you need more nutrients,” Cigan says.
If you have problems with weight gain, you need also to eat more.”
If there is a lot, you might need to eat a lot.””
If you’re overweight, you’ll need to lose weight.
If there is a lot, you might need to eat a lot.”
So, if you are overweight, then I recommend you try to eat like a normal person.
And if you do that, you will see the weight drop and you will be eating more.
But if you don’t have the food, you don´t get the nutrients.
“Do we need to increase the amount of protein in our diet?
Cigan says yes, but it doesn’t have to be as much as we would like.”
If we are eating too little protein, then we are burning more calories than we need. “
So if you want to eat that much, then don’t eat more than you need.
If we are eating too little protein, then we are burning more calories than we need.
But when you eat enough protein, your body burns more calories, so it can make up for the excess calories.”
Cannon is a news anchor on ABC News Philippines.
She is also the executive editor of The News Star.