Friday, July 1, 2016

How To Use Food To Maximize Health


Learning how to use food to maximize health is our greatest ally in maintaining wellness. Staying healthy and preventing disease depends upon many factors such as your heredity, sex, age, environment, the amount of exercise you do, your diet and past diet, and your ability to handle stress, tension and anxiety. These are all connected, just as the mind, body and soul are connected. We may not be able to control our heredity or environment, but we do have control over what we eat and how much we exercise.

When we learn how to use food to maximize health we are able to understand the therapeutic powers of food and how we are able to incorporate and utilize them in our lives. Eating the ‘right’ kinds of foods (and avoiding the ‘wrong’ ones) will allow us to reach our maximum health and wellness potential.


Although no particular food or diet is a ‘cure’ by itself, when varied ‘good foods’ are incorporated into your life on a daily basis it will positively affect your entire being; mind, body and soul.


Nature’s healing foods tend to be low in fat and calories, encouraging weight loss and/or weight maintenance. Healing foods are everyday foods found in our supermarkets and are easy to come by. When we know how to use food to maximize health it proves to be one of the most simplest way to bring health and vitality into your everyday life, bringing long term benefits.


When we know how to use food to maximize health we choose to eat more of nature’s healing foods (and less processed and ‘bad’ foods) to change and transform our lives. By becoming aware of the values and benefits of eating healthy, healing foods, you will come to see food as a simple and effective way of helping you towards your optimum health.


Because all foods contain both known and unknown substances and ingredients necessary to maintain health it is essential to vary our foods and eat a balanced diet. When we know how to use foods to maximize health, we can be assured that all of our nutritional requirements are met.


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Joanne
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