Saturday, 16 August 2014


Overeating affects the liver, heart, pancreas, stomach, and intestines. It also impacts additional organs and tissues throughout the body. The scale of damage is extensive and should not be underestimated.

For example, poor liver function, a direct result of overeating, is linked to cancer, diabetes, arthritis, and osteoporosis . The excessive protein leading to a malfunctioning liver also causes kidney damage, pyorrhea, schizophrenia, atherosclerosis, heart disease, and cancer. When the liver malfunctions the intestines step in, but this excess workload may only speed up intestinal deterioration, leading to a further list of complications.

The proper functioning of every organ in the body is key for ultimate health. Once one is compromised a vicious domino affect is seen that affects multiple body systems and results in several serious complications. Excess eating can cause each, and over time possibly every, body organ to malfunction.
Eating anything in excess is dangerous. This includes even healthy foods--the over consumption of which results in disease and accelerated aging, just as their less healthy counterparts. Whether an individual eats too much fruit or too much pizza, excess calories from any source is not good for the system.

Treat Your Body Right
Problems can be prevented. Instead of stressing out the body with large meals, soothe the digestive tract by eating multiple smaller sized portions during the day . Each meal should be about the size of the consuming individual's fist and liquids should be drunk in quantities half that amount . To eat or drink more than this at a time exhausts the body and forces it to store whatever quantity is over consumed.
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