Macrobiotics – Part Two

Hello there!

I hope everyone is having a great weekend so far! Today I’m bringing you part two of two on Macrobiotics.

Some studies reveal that following a Macrobiotic eating strategy has helped many people lower their levels of blood pressure and serum lipids. This is why some experts suggest that this kind of eating strategy can also be used as an effective means of preventing the emergence of many cardiovascular diseases.

Many experts also believe that a macrobiotic eating strategy can also serve as a valuable inclusion in a cancer prevention plan. However, the macrobiotic eating strategy remains the subject of controversy as many experts doubt its benefits when practiced by people who have diagnosed malignancies.

On the other hand, many anecdotal reports claim that its therapeutic effects are remarkable to patients who are suffering from advanced cancer diseases. But, to date very few research and studies have been conducted that would prove or disprove the benefits of a macrobiotic eating plan.  Further studies are warranted in order to prove its effectiveness in cancer prevention. Other concerns expressed by some experts include those factors that affect social limitations and nutritional deficiencies. However it is difficult to dispute the long term health benefits of any eating strategy which is based on the consumption of organic and locally grown foods.

I hope you have found this interesting and have a different opinion about natural healing alternatives. Its not all Dr Quinn medicine woman, sometimes the key to enlightenment to reverse aging and the more aggressive diseases that we encounter is right in our own backyard, oceans or farmers market!

Have an awesome weekend!
Thanks for reading.

Jeremy LaRochester


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Awesome, easy going kind of guy that enjoys life. Martial arts enthusiast, digital entrepreneur and always looking the next level in life and in success.

Posted on January 17, 2015, in Coaching, Diabetes, fitness, Nutrition, online trainer, Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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