FOODS THAT AFFECT THE BLOOD VESSELS Blood vessels is important as it is a tissue connected to every organ of the body. There are some food that affects the blood vessels. Vegetables and fruit juices where the dietary rules to consume and potatoes in separate categories, as there are some foods which are high on fat that are guided to avoid or lower their consumption, such as, French fries. The fat products if it is consumed, then it will result to affect the blood vessels. The research had found that the greater intake of sodium which is the chemical present in salt will lead to the greater uric acid and albumin levels - are the greatest damage to thye blood vessels of our body.
But, research is increasingly clear that media does indeed contribute and that exposure to and pressure exerted by media increase body dissatisfaction and disordered eating. It is hard to evaluate the relationship between the media and eating disorder without considering the multi faceted impact of media messages on body size, on food consumption, on the desirability of certain foods and their consequent consumption, and other matters relating to personal identity and status. It confers hidden meanings on food – nostalgia, sexiness, being a good housewife and mother, rewarding oneself, having uninhibited fun etc, and creates unnatural drives for food. The media can persuade us that wrong eating habits are right and natural. I cite the case of a McDonald 's advertisement recently in which a young boy persuades both his parents to take him for a burger and chips rather than a healthy outing at the zoo.
Just like a fingerprint, no single individual is exactly identical, every person has traits that set themselves apart from one another, and make them unique in their own way. However, to this day society sees unique as “weird” or “odd” for little things such as not having the same characteristics. Classifying and placing people in categories based off of physical appearance or even hobbies is the “normal” and it has been that way since humans could conceive an opinion. With a substantial use of stereotyping throughout the media categorizing certain groups and perceiving them negatively, the world has been heavily influenced to follow in the same footsteps and carry on that movement. Arising from stereotypes, misconceptions have become more common than ever, having false speculation about groups based on physical appearance or by word of mouth.
What you eat directly affects the structure and function of your brain and, ultimately, your mood. Eating high-quality foods that contain lots of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants nourishes the brain and protects it from stress. If your brain is deprived of nutrition; consequences are to be expected. There are studies that shows the correlation between what you eat, how you feel and how a person ultimately
People are bigger than their flaws, and no one should be limited to their appearance. I believe that the power of makeup is much deeper than a layer on our skin, it is the self expression and creativity that empowers self-love. When a woman is able to boldly outline her lips and fill them with the color of her desire, she is reflecting the passion that fills her personality. Makeup is not to be used to conceal the insecurities that everyone is affected by, it is to be used to overcome self-doubt. However, it seems that with use of makeup, judgement from society ensues.
Polivy, Janet, and Herman theorize that when a caretaker or guardian provides food to an offspring in response to stress or any other overwhelming emotion, it promotes disbelief and uncertainty in one’s body and further increases the chances of developing an eating disorder. In addition to the certain values and theories the authors’ in this article hold true, it also exhibits informative reasoning processes, for example, the authors’ conclude that an eating disorder can be due to many factors, and one can never completely understand the fundamental causes of eating disorders. Moreover, the use of rhetorical questions, like “What factors appear to be most necessary for the development of EDs?” (Polivy, Janet, and Herman 205), further stress the factors that influence eating disorders, and it also stimulates the audiences
Fat has a high importance to human health, as it affects the texture and taste of food. In recent times, food trends have followed a dangerous course. For example, unbalanced eating, also the habits of excessive calories, the sustained increase in processed foods, and the fast food widespread changes in food behavior. Those changes of habits have developed a large concern to the community, especially the allegedly increase on some health problems, that is the mere consequence of obesity. An increased attention of the public opinion on the quality of meals is a social trend these days.
Media has contributed to the development eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia . Subpoint: Bulimia is when a person binge eats then purges or use laxatives to avoid the risk of gaining weight. People with this disorder are at risk of heart failure, kidney failure and also death. SSP: The media has a strong hold on people's perceptions of what beauty is supposed to be. Because of this, many people have experienced eating disorders like bulimia.
Everytime I Eat, I Feel Nauseous Some people complain, “Everytime I eat, I feel nauseous.” If you are one of them, don’t worry because it may just be a sign that you are stressed or something is wrong with your eating habits. It may be related to the type of foods you eat or something in your digestive system that disagrees with some of the food you eat. Although there are some medical conditions that may also produce this symptom, it is best to evaluate the more common causes first and then seek help if nothing else works, especially if the problem affects your nutrition and health. Part 1: Everytime I Eat, I Feel Nauseous: Why? Do you feel nauseous during or after eating certain foods?
If you are coeliac and eat gluten it will result in damaging your intestines. This is because coeliac is an autoimmune condition. According to Health Service Executive.ie the surface of the gut lining is covered with villi, which increase the surface area of your gut and help digest food. In coeliac disease the inflammation and damage to the lining of your gut flattens the
The concepts of dieting and binging are intertwined because bingers are generally considered as dieters. The reason is because bingers typically go on a strict diet afterwards in order to compensate for their excessive eating. However, contrary to this statement, dieting actually leads to binge-eating because it promotes the adaptation of a cognitively regulated eating style. In short, when people diet they go often force their bodies to go into starvation mode. As a result of starving, the body becomes vulnerable to disinhibition and consequent overeating