The diet that brings hunger with it might just FloraSpring Review as well end now! It must fail. No encouraging words will do. They are drowned in the din of hunger's call. Not one of my 1,000 women have ever experienced the kind of prolonged hours of hunger that the starvation diets so common among diet specialists bring about. I'd rather they have a small steak or a few pieces of chicken to tide them over.
It is not always more food that stops hunger. Hunger's voice is heard not only when the stomach is empty, but also when the body is mineral-starved or lacking in some essential nutrient. In fact, poverty and underproduction in the world's developing countries are due largely to hungry people who cannot do a day's work because they are hungry, people who do not eat the right kinds of food in the right proportion. Another bowl of rice fails to satisfy hunger, when the voice of hunger is calling for nutrients needed to build muscles, blood and other blood tissues.
At a recent Far Eastern Symposium on Nutrition held in Manila, the Philippine Secretary of Health told how children are dying early in life, and how men and women become invalids in what should be the prime of life, all because of their body's hunger for nutrients to protect teeth, eyes, skin and bones. In Vietnam, the Nutrition Laboratory has research under way on the development of nutritional standards for the nutrient-starved people there. Diet deficiency has brought appalling tooth decay. Nutritional improvement is needed most acutely by Vietnamese children whose bodies are growing.