Monday, July 6, 2009

How Are You Feeling?

Do you think that your diet can be to blame for some of our ailments? Your right if you said yes, diet can be to blame for multiple sickness and illness. For instance: chronic migraines, ear infections, acid reflux, IBS, hypertension, hyperglycemia, and the list goes on and on.

Our fast food nation has changed the way our food providers feed, butcher, medicate, package and sell our foods. Changing the very foods that we are consuming. This has had an adverse effect on the American public without them really knowing what is going on. Have you ever stopped to think about where your food has come from? You should, chances are you will be surprised at where and how our foods are handled. Maybe you won't be surprised but if you knew what was a healthy diet you would be.

What is a healthy diet? What is the direct correlation between nutrition and health?
Whole food nutrition, from organically grown sources, is more beneficial for health than isolated nutrients.
A traditional diet that includes the consumption of live foods, particularly those containing soil based organism, enzymes, and the by-products of their fermentation, is the foundation for a healthy lifestyle. This can be done through whole food supplementation. As well as through the above stated eating habits, buying and consuming great locally grown organic and whole foods.

Anyone can do this by doing their research and working hard at changing every aspect of their lives over time to obtain optimum health. Working on and learning what foods can help heal us as well as being motivated to exercise, whether on your own or with apersonal trainer.

You can control your health and well being, so stop looking for a quick fix through a diet pill, liposuction, or a exercise video. Get serious about your health and get in shape, not for me but for life.

Being healthy is another way to glorify God with your body.

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