How Does Your Nutrition Compare With Your Body’s Daily Critical Needs?
In a world where we can get all kinds of information instantaneously, it is often confusing and overwhelming to discern the truth about what really matters. This is no less true regarding what makes for truly healthful, safe food and nutrition. Pollution is everywhere in our environment. SMOG, chemical runoff, outdoor allergens, and more threaten your and your family’s health. When it comes to toxic contaminants, the food you are eating may be among the worst offenders.
Regardless of whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, or meat-eating bon vivant, the important thing to remember about what you eat is to provide for the daily critical needs of your body’s cells. What are these critical needs? There are at least 16 points for effectively addressing these needs. Whatever you eat, it is highly recommended that your food:
- reduces harmful microorganisms
- helps dissolve intestinal mucoidal plaque to increase the absorption of good nutrients.
- helps heal leaky gut to reduce and eliminate the absorption of large harmful molecules
- promotes the breakdown and dissolution of toxic “prisons” throughout the body. Harmful substances in a healthy body are sealed off in “prisons” in fat, in the bone, and in cysts. Releasing toxic “prisons” releases these poisons to be excreted from the body.
- helps reduce harmful blood lipids (low density cholesterol and the triglycerides)
- improves blood and lymph circulation
- neutralizes free radicals
- strengthens the liver
- furnishes tremendous food nutrition
- improves sleep
- corrects blood and cellular pH
- helps establish a new, healthier lifestyle
- effects appropriate weight loss and weight management
- enhances the immune system
- decreases and eliminates thyroid problems, and
- last, but not least, relieves and eliminates sugar cravings and mood swings.
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