Eat Better; Feel Better!

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The food that we are eating today is very different from the food we ate just 50 years ago. Widespread use of pesticides and disregard for the health of the soil that most supermarket food is grown in has given all of us a food supply lacking in vitamins, minerals and enzymes but full of chemicals our bodies can’t process.

Here are some simple changes we can make to eat better and prevent cancer.

  • Eat organic whole foods whenever possible. Foods like fresh vegetables and fruits, leafy greens and nuts and legumes are easy to start with.
  • Buy from local growers whenever possible.
  • Filter your tap water with a high quality filter. I use a Berkey.
  • Buy one less processed food like cookies or chips each week for the next month and notice how you feel without those things in your diet.

 

According to the Weston A. Price Foundation, “The rise in cancer in the West has paralleled the rise in factory farming and the use of processed foods containing vegetable oils and sweeteners.” To learn more about these oils and sweeteners, follow the links below. These e-brochures are provided courtesy of the Weston A. Price Foundation.

The Dangers of Industrial Fats & Oils

Sugar Alert

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