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Did you ever think that your nutritional habits could play a role in effecting your posture, and/or body alignment?
As a nutrition expert for the past 18 years I have seen posture be effected by many different things, but most don’t realize that nutritional habits play a large role in poor posture as well. Most already know that proper nutrition can help avoid excessive weight. Well when you are carrying more weight than your body and skeleton was meant to carry it is detrimental to your posture.
Excess weight places stress on your bones, muscles and joints. It may cause an unnatural curvature of the spine. It can also cause abnormal pulling of the pelvis forward due to excess stomach fat and puts strain on the lower back, which can create lower back pain.
Yes you understand how the excess weight can cause some of those issues, but your actual nutrient intake and eating practices during meal times can also be creating some of the issues.
How so you say…
Well lack of nutrients can cause weakening in the skeletal structure which in turn will cause abnormal rounding, or other posture issues.
In addition to maintaining a healthy weight, having a nutrient dense diet will help alleviate issues with posture, muscle performance, bone health, and balance.
It is SAD. The Standard American Diet…
It is where the bulk of our problems originate. It is our habits around food and our meal times, poor quality of foods, and highly processed foods that play a role in the posture issues arriving from nutrition.
So exactly what are the issues? Well if eating while watching TV or on the computer you are usually slouched on their couch or slumped over their screens. Neither are correct sitting positions for good posture and body alignment. Plus most people who eat in front of the television or on another electronic device tend to consume more food than they would if at the dinner table. Again excess weight gain will have adverse effects on your posture.
Yes it is that simple. Your nutritional habits during meal times and your food choices may have an effect on your posture and body alignment.
So you need to make sure that you are receiving the correct nutrients, that those nutrients are pure and natural, and that you take the time to eat in a proper setting. This will keep your posture good, you will look more confident, and you will decrease the possibility of excess weight gain.
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