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Nutrition for Alcoholism

The Best Nutrition for Alcoholism

Nutrition for alcoholism is vital. Good nutrition is important for everyone but, bodies that have been ravaged by alcohol really need a healthy diet. A healthy diet cannot only be a big help in overcoming immediate problems like cravings and fluctuations in blood sugar levels. It can also help alleviate some of the damage done to our bodies by long term alcohol abuse.

The drunks body is used to getting its carbohydrates and sugars the easy way. Through alcohol. Sugar levels shoot up and then crash. The recovering addict needs to switch to complex carbohydrates, whole grains and cereals, which will give them a steadier supply of sugar to use.

One of the most successful diets is the macrobiotic diet. It is from the Orient and is about balancing yin and yang. Whether you care about balance or not this is a good diet. West and East both agree that a good diet is very helpful during recovery. Here is a brief breakdown of the diet:

50% to 60% Whole grains. Oats, corn, brown rice, wheat, rye, etc.

25% to 30% Fresh Vegetables. Especially dark green leafy vegetables and dark yellow vegetables.

5% to 10% Beans and Soy Products.

5% to 10% Soups. Bean soup would probably go good here.

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