By Chris Daino
Although there are many natural remedies that are advertised as helping illness and disease, what the natural methods are relying on is supplying the body with the nutrients it is deficient in and giving the body what it needs to be able to repair itself.
Deficiencies that lead to disease can be supplemented. Sometimes it takes a lot of specific nutrients due to the fact that the body is so badly depleted that it has started to malfunction.
But, the way to really get good health is to eat the foods that the body needs.
Bodies do not work on chemicals such as preservatives and flavor enhancers. They do not work on pesticides or any of the other varied things you can find in processed foods or even in poorly grown or GMO (genetically modified foods) fruits and vegetables. The body also doesn’t work on chemicals such as drugs, nor does it thrive well with the toxins that are in the environment (found in cleaning solvents, pesticides or even the air we breathe).
Underlying this is the fact that when toxins or bacteria or viruses are introduced into the body, they should be handled by the immune system. If the body’s immune system cannot fight off these health opponents, you have problems. Again, a compromised immune system results from lack of what the body needs to successfully create a healthy body.
You can take supplements. You can get help for your immune system and fight off the toxins with anti-oxidants. However…..
The Underlying Reason
You will notice that all health conditions have some failure of some system or organ to properly function. What do the individual organs and body use to function and repair? Protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, amino acids. Where can you get all of these? – Food.
“Leave your drugs in the chemist’s pot if you can heal the patient with food.” – Hippocrates, “The Father of Western Medicine,” 460 BC.
The foundation of good health comes from a good diet that will hold all these things in place. Putting real food into the body is the way to undercut having to constantly fight for your health.
You’ve no doubt heard that you should eat a “healthy diet”. It is usually a vague term that each person can have a different definition for.
First, a healthy diet is a diet of real food. Real food comes without preservatives, chemicals and is unprocessed. So, if you are looking for gluten-free, go to the produce department. Produce is gluten-free. In anything you buy to eat, read the labels. Make sure nothing is in the food you purchase but food.
We have been researching, breaking down, and compiling the best diet and healthy alternatives so you can build the health you desire.
So, we find that the body needs certain nutrients. The nutrients it needs can be found in food. Getting a diet is a matter of working out what you need and getting the list of the foods that supply those nutrients and working your menus around that.
We will be writing about that and will be offering a Health Tutor Program that you can join where you can use expertise to help you on your way.
And you want to change on a gradient. You won’t be told to eat things you don’t like and never in small amounts that leave you hungry.
Part of the program is evaluating and working out what need support so you can balance out the body and start on the road to real health.
Yes, we want you to eat for health, not for your taste buds, but I think you’ll find the amount of energy you get, and, if you are overweight, the amount of weight you will lose will convince you to eat for your health. By the way, overweight is just a symptom of bad health. You don’t lose weight to get healthy. Build good health and you will lose weight.
Meanwhile, it won’t hurt to supplement your current diet with good whole food or food-based vitamins and minerals
Whole Food Supplements – vitamins that are whole food, not chemicals. Your body needs the nutrients and this supplement has the basics in easy assimilated form. Got to RHP Life Support Formula and find out all about it.
And for help in areas you need Whole Food Supplements
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