There are many ways to balance the chakras. Undernutrition is of the greatest nutritional problem that stricken mostly people in the rural areas and some of those who went to the city in search of greener pasture. Why is it that people today are so interested in losing weight, yet they have no interest in learning the proper and healthy way of doing it. Have we gotten so lazy that we only want a quick temporary fix, ie Fad diet?\n\nIf you still encounter resistance then why not use the food pyramid as the basis for a meal time star chart to reward good eating – even young children can grasp the concept behind it and they all love earning stickers and getting presents. (PS: I hate the word “diet.” Notice what the first three letters of diet spell.:) Instead focus on changing your eating and drinking habits, instead of bouncing back and forth between diets.\n\nWhen you cannot seem to think of ‘that word’ to finish your sentence or when you have that “2:30” feeling and all you want to do is Nothing, these experiences could all have been avoided by simply eating foods that are alive with vital nutrients. This is one of the few times that you want a “high-GI” carbohydrate source (high-GI carbohydrates are synonymous to sugary or insulin spiking foods, such as white bread or sugar).\n\nHigh-protein diets are suited for persons who lift weights for body building. This nutritional problem is now in an alarming rise in diet-related chronic disease such as type II diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular diseases and several diet-related cancers.\n\nSome nutritional facts that should be very well understood and kept in practice for maintaining a healthy diet plans are the nutrition label details. We are talking about fruits, vegetables, meat, and less of the junk foods. It may not be a fashionable thing to say, but we, as parents, have a responsibility to educate our children about healthy eating and to enstill good eating habits from an early age.