Laura Deleruyelle: Good Nutrition vs. Bad Nutrition

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Laura Deleruyelle always educates her patients on how to maintain good health. She says that the best way to maintain good health is to have a healthy lifestyle which includes a well-balanced diet & daily physical exercise. A well-balanced diet that is preferably organic that excludes chemical laden or fake foods will provide you with all of the vitamins and nutrients your body needs. Whereas, an unhealthy diet will lead to future illnesses and complications. She also advises her patients not to over-consume sugar because it will lead to overeating as well as cravings.

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Laura Deleruyelle : Good Nutrition vs. Bad Nutrition

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Laura Deleruyelle is always ready to educate her patients on how to maintain good health and how to treat their body properly. Laura Deleruyelle will tell any of her patients that the best way to maintain good health is to have a healthy lifestyle. This lifestyle includes a well-balanced diet as well as daily physical exercise.

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Laura Deleruyelle, as well as other nurses, would tell their patients that eating healthy is one of the main keys to preventing illnesses and disease. A well-balanced diet that is preferably organic that excludes chemical laden or fake foods will provide you with all of the vitamins and nutrients your body needs. This will help your immune system stay strong and will also save you from diabetes and heart disease.

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Laura Deleruyelle knows that an unhealthy diet will lead to future illnesses and complications. Poor diet choices can lead to malnutrition, obesity, cancer and heart disease for instance. Laura Deleruyelle tells her patients not to over-consume sugar. Sugar, in large quantities, is disastrous to the human body. It causes the organs to become fatty as well as overall obesity. Too much sugar can also cause diabetes and may even feed cancer cells. The human body can handle sugar in very limited quantities, but it cannot handle large quantities of sugar on a regular basis.

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Sugar causes the production of insulin. Large quantities of insulin block the body’s production of leptin. This is a hormone that sends signals to your brain when your stomach is full. Laura Deleruyelle advises her patients not to over-consume sugar because it will lead to overeating as well as cravings.

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Sugar is an addictive substance. Sugar causes your brain to release dopamine. Your body will begin to crave the sudden release of this chemical, and will cause you to crave sugary foods. This craving will lead to other major health concerns such as tooth decay, diabetes, and obesity which will eventually lead to heart disease and many other diseases. Laura Deleruyelle advises her patients to keep their sugar consumption to a bare minimum or preferably a diet that is devoid of added sugar.

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