Alcohol and drug abuse wreak havoc with your body. Alcohol hampers the breakdown and absorption of nutrients; opiates can cause gastrointestinal problems; and stimulants suppress your appetite which may result in a lower intake of calories and nutrients than is healthy. An alcohol addict may derive as much as 50% of their daily calorie allowance from alcohol.
People who have been using alcohol or drugs for a while usually develop bad eating habits. Although this doesn’t sound too bad, if a person doesn’t get good nutrition for prolonged periods of time it can be seriously damaging to their health. Here we take a closer look at the benefits of good nutrition and where you can get those nutrients from in your daily diet, and how a stay at Capo Canyon Recovery can help jump start your healthy eating.
Fighting addiction takes a lot of physical and mental strength and so it can significantly improve chances of a sustained recovery to cultivate healthy habits. Many people aren’t sure of how to take the first step towards improving their health and so it’s always worth devising a plan or strategy which outlines goals for you to achieve