Natural Body in Balance Announces a Focus on Curbing Carb and Sweet Cravings

December 10, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
December 10, 2008 Natural Body in Balance, formed in March of this year, is now providing women with healthy alternatives to help cut cravings for sweets and carbohydrates. The company claims that a healthy diet coupled with daily intake of natural supplements will help curb daily carb and sweet cravings while allowing for a lifestyle that is both healthy and proactive.

Dr. Davis assesses that protein and the supplement Gymnema paired with daily carbohydrate intake is the key to cutting sweet and carb cravings. According to Dr. Maegan Davis it is healthy to start with a Low Carbohydrate Mediterranean-Type Diet while using the supplement Gymnema, and it is essential that you eat protein every two hours, and never eat carbohydrates without protein. Davis says "this will keep your energy, blood sugar and mood on an even keel throughout the day effectively leading to a healthy lifestyle".

Stopping nighttime cravings is an essential part of living a healthy lifestyle. Carbohydrates and sugars can give quick boosts of energy, but they are wiped out just as fast. Dr. Davis says "Refined carbs and sugars are like paper on fire. They get the fire going quickly and lift your energy and mood, but it goes back out just as fast as it started, allowing energy and mood to drop." Sweet cravings can be prevented with effective supplements and diet, and Natural Body in Balance continues to lead the way in women's health by providing yet another blueprint for success. Davis credits Dr. Jane Lang, D.C. for restoring many people's lives through her teaching and dedication to years of research in the uncharted field of Restorative Endocrinology(TM).


About Natural Body in Balance:

Natural Body in Balance was formed in March of 2008 with the goal of helping women who are struggling with a wide variety of symptoms with the underlying cause of hormone imbalance. To learn more about Natural Body in Balance visit http://www.naturalbodyinbalance.com.