Saturday, February 7, 2009

Whole Food Nutrition

The benefits of Whole Food Nutrition

What is Whole Food? Whole Food is any type of food that is in its natural state and does not receive any processing, additives or preservatives. The best example I know is an Apple. Apple pie is not a whole food.

Today, many people are sacrificing the value of authentic live whole food nutrition for convenience. When too many natural, live whole foods are replaced with chemically modified products, it can promote illness and disease because your body is not getting the nutrition that it needs. In an attempt to counteract the impact of poor nutrition, we supplement our diet with “process nutrition” in the form of isolated synthetic environments, minerals and antioxidants that are only slightly more beneficial then be processed foods that are creating the problem.

Our bodies require a complete balance up your nutrients and energy provided by live whole foods. The modern demands of our fast-paced world have led to the processing of food to the point where it has little nutritional by.

Do you eat at least 7 servings of raw fruits and vegetables every day?

Benefits of eating more fruits and vegetables are:
 Increased Energy
 Healthier Skin and Fewer Wrinkles
 Sleep Better
 Lose Weight Faster When Dieting
 Feel Better
 Overall Improvement in Your General Health
 Less Colds and Flu
 Hair and Nails Grow Faster and Stronger

Do you consume a diet of whole foods? Thanks to my wife, I do. I feel and look great. Even though I currently use a wheelchair due to MS, my doctor say’s I am one of his healthiest patients!

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