The Advantages of Eating Healthy

Feb 3rd, 2012
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The Advantages of Eating HealthyThe Advantages of Healthy EatingIntroduction Certainly, should anyone ask, what are the advantages of eating healthy, the tendency would be to begin reciting a number of previously learnt benefits that impact our daily lives? Definitely, they may also be unscientific and lack true evidence of why people ought to eat healthy daily. It is for this very reason that a research project emerged attempting to clarify assumptions related to the value of eating healthy. It is this researcher's intention to conduct sound investigations into scientific proof obtained from previously researched studies relating evidence based practices and results of eating healthy consistently. Scientists have discovered numerous benefits of eating healthy. Gmez-Pinilla (2008) realized that eating healthy improves brain function. It was explained using previous research studies that many instinctive hormones enter the brain; even those which are produced in that region of the body contribute to cognitive ability. Also, regulators that have been well established offer synaptic plasticity as brain-derived neurotrophic factors. In turn they function as metabolic modulators reacting to peripheral signals. As such, when a person takes in a healthy diet rich in the required nutrients the brain's capacity to perform better improves. The person can think with more clarity (Gmez-Pinilla (2008). Herein lays the scientific evidence that eating healthy really

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