Food energy, both in its consumption and expenditure is measured in terms of calories. Calories provide the fuel that your body needs to keep it going and provide the energy needed to walk, kneed the dough or make love. They also help the body to carry out various internal bodily processes like the beating of the heart and repairing the body's tissues, along with assisting with growth and development. One gram of fat contains nine calories whereas one gram of either carbohydrates or protein contains only four calories. Taking university courses on this subject will inform you so that you know which foods to eat and which foods to avoid when attempting to improve how your body functions.
The other three vital nutrients are water, which is by for the most abundant nutrient (60% of the body) and a major past of almost every cell and tissue, vitamins, which serve as helpers, making it possible for other nutrients to be digested, absorbed and metabolized, and minerals, which help the body's metabolic process, assisting proteins and vitamins to carry out their important functions. Water, vitamins and minerals do not provide energy but have their specific and vital roles in nutrition that cannot be substituted or compromised.
In the WF program, you'll learn about the different kinds of fat and their roles in nutrition, how much cholesterol you need in your body, and how to reduce it. You will also learn about why fat makes us fat. Our program will offer you guidelines and easy to follow recommendations for keeping dietary fat and cholesterol at an optimal level. You will learn about protein and its role in nutrition along with that of carbohydrate guidelines for how many carbohydrates (simple, complex and fiber) you should consume daily and examples of food rich in each. Since fiber is so important to our health, yet often missing, we will provide you easy-to-follow strategies for increasing your daily fiber intake, lists of food rich in fiber and the amounts of each to consume to meet your daily requirement. For more in depth information on the subject, consider furthering your education with a relevant degree.
Next, you'll receive important information about the two classes of vitamins and
minerals inducing antioxidants, and their roles in nutrition, what foods are
rich in each of the vitamins and minerals, the recommended daily allowance of
each, and what happens if you consume too much or too little. You'll also learn
water's vital importance in nutrition, ways of monitoring your hydration level,
very important guidelines for consuming water daily and during and after
Over a period of time, with the help of the personal practical approach offered by us, you will develop and maintain a body full of energy, free from unnecessary disease and injury. With WF you'll adopt gradual, realistic changes into your life that will make healthy eating a permanent pleasure.