As in every activity in life, excess will catch up with you. Overindulging cause alterations in the optimal functioning of the different organs of our body. For example: The pancreas, which is the organ responsible for regulating the production of insulin with 100 units daily in a normal way , produces 300 units of this component when you eat three times more sugar per day. This excess will provoke accumulations of fat, cholesterol and perhaps cause the production of gallstones, adenomas and of course, the excessive production of other compounds and their consequences on the health of our organism.
We all know when we are overeating one type of food, so we must be aware that, after some time, such undue consumption will have its consequences.
How is it reflected when there are gaps and deficiencies?
In the same context of excesses, these are always accompanied by the exaggerated absence in the consumption of other foods; This is called essential deficiency or lack of nutrients. The lack of nutrient consumption has consequences at the cellular level; Damage that gradually grows and ends up creating the death of the tissues of one or several organs causing them to fail in their functions.
An example: Our body, by detecting that our cells are dying, tries to compensate for the damage by creating more cells but with insufficient -nutrient- materials and defective cells; Causing tumors and even cancer. That's why nutritionists attribute to cancers are generated by poor nutrition, a situation that faces the body to the loss of cells, malformations and inability to defend against disease, Besides being a cause of short stature, reproductive problems, fatigue and chronic fatigue.
The way we feed our body makes the difference between turning it into an ally or an enemy.