Healthier Food Choices Can
Help Avoid Major Diseases
Healthier Food Choices Can Help Avoid Major Diseases. Our
bodies are made to function using natural fuel from raw,
natural foods. Fruits and vegetables that have not been
processed, chemically altered or canned to preserve them with
chemicals added to extend their shelf life.
Eating natural healthier foods right from birth can help
prevent Alzheimers, bowel disease, diabetes, heart disease,
osteoporosis, depression, obesity and also cancers.
It's never to late to start eating healthier as our bodies
have an amazing ability to rejuvenate once we start giving our
body what it craves for optimum function and growth. The
devastating damage caused by these diseases can be altered and
lessened by changing our eating habits to healthier ones.
Healthier choices include eating raw fruits and vegetables,
staying away from processed (boxed or canned foods) and eating
in moderation (proper portion sizes). It is important to make
healthier beverage choices by staying away from carbonated
drinks and sodas, those with caffeine in them (coffee and tea),
and avoiding saturated fats and oils.
Buy natural foods and raw fruits and vegetables, unsaturated
fats and oils, nuts, legumes, whole grains, beans and brown
rice and your body will respond by being able to grow and
function better. The list of what not to consume: Eat less red
meat Eat less dairy products including milk and cheese Eat less
sugar that has been refined Consume less salt, and chemical
sweeteners. Do not eat any monosodium glutamate (MSG).
Do not eat anything with artificial colors or flavors.
Artificial means it is not natural, it is chemically made Do
not eat anything that has been packaged, refined or
Stay away from sodium nitrate which are in packaged meats
and foods that have been smoked like smoked hams and smoked
bacon, smoked sausage etc.
Quick Reflexology Fact
Toxins are everywhere. The food we eat, the products we clean ourselves with, as well as the air we breathe all contribute to the build up of toxins in our bodies. Without effectively eliminating those toxins from our organs, they will eventually cause havoc and we will be led down the path of sickness and disease. In a society that relies heavily on chemically laden prescription drugs, psychotherapy and surgical procedures to "heal" the sick, it is more than time to put matters into your own hands.
What is sodium nitrite? You see this chemical listed right
on foods that you store in your refrigerator and pantry or
cupboard shelves. It is in most packaged meats that you buy at
grocery stores. It is what keeps meat looking red even though
it has been sitting around for weeks and should be gray
looking. Consumers are conditioned to buy red meat because it
looks healthier than gray meat, which is the color it looks
like when it sits around for a few weeks.
You can find sodium nitrite in packaged ground
meat, bacon, sausage, lunchmeat products. When you consume
sodium nitrite it becomes nitrosamine in your system and
nitrosamines are highly carcinogenic (cancer causing).
Cancer-causing nitrosamines in our digestive tract can lead to
colon cancer and pancreatic cancer. We can get brain tumors and
leukemia from these nitrosamines floating in our digestive
Keeping your blood sugar levels even is a
good way to keep up your energy throughout the
day, and is even more important if you are
diabetic. To achieve this you should eat
non-starchy vegetables such as broccoli,
carrots, green beans, and spinach.
It is always best to choose whole grain
products rather than processed grain products.
Try brown rice next time instead of white rice,
and whole-wheat spaghetti instead of regular
Beans are healthy especially kidney, lentils
and pinto beans. Fish is a wise choice 2 to 3
times a week as well.
What exactly is healthy food? Healthy food is
food that is in it's natural state, raw vegetables, sea
vegetables and fresh fruits. Nuts, seeds, healthy oils, and
organic meats and free range eggs. Colors are good! Eat more
blueberries, red berries, purple eggplants, red tomatoes, green
and red peppers, orange carrots and yellow onions. High fiber
products, avocados and whole grains are also excellent for our
bodies. We should be drinking more water than any other