Remember the days when we were grocery shopping that was bigger than a good store? It’s packed with fresh fruits and vegetables grown in that city, as well as meats, nuts, beans and corn. The market at the time had few shelves full of perishable foods.
Today is different. We now have a supermarket full of perishable foods that can stay on shelves for many years. They are called “cooked food”. There are many reasons for this change to happen, but the real concern is, how do we now get out of a world full of food allergies? This is a real concern, so we hope this information helped you create a more complex world of food sources.
Most cooked foods are not good foods. Good food is live and in good health. Cooked foods can include some “good foods”; Although things were done to give it a useful shelf life, which later reduced live food to dead food. Dead food can stay on the shelf for a long time.
Many manufacturers add addictive chemicals to their diet to induce hunger and make us eat their products more often; Thus enhancing its value. I read last year about the hallucinogenic effects of MSG that make us crave foods related to MSG. These chemicals would be missing from the large ingredient list. Most of the time people eat and ignore threats. They often don’t want or don’t have the time to search for anything. They are hungry and do so because the last time they ate they gave them so much fun. But as we all know, what happened was fun, and it didn’t mean it was good.
The food is solid and rich
Solid and rich foods often come from a good diet, although better health has not been eliminated; Or it is extracted from the heart, or destroyed during treatment. This is done to give the product longevity and profitability. Unfortunately, the part that spoils is the part that has the most health benefits. Adding vitamins, minerals, and synthetic fibers to the product does not replace lost nutrients. It just makes the product better. It also reduces the quality of the food for cooking – dead food.
Here’s a good fact about fortified foods. If the manufacturer does not complete Step 2 when the nutrients are injected into the product, it will not be sold in the store. A doctor told me many years ago that it was wrong to sell this kind of thing in the store because it wasn’t really food! Without nutritional “fortifications”, it can only be sold in pharmacies. Remember, our bodies are alive, they need live food – to survive!
Good food grows on the ground. Fruits and vegetables, corn, lentils, nuts and seeds contain vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and energy; And to live and be filled with the vital things that keep us alive and healthy. You will never have a problem choosing live foods. Live foods contain the right fiber, plus vitamins and minerals that combine perfectly to work together. Live foods contain proteins, carbohydrates and fats designed to meet the needs of the body, as well as phytochemicals that fight life’s chemicals on a daily basis. With a live diet, you don’t need to count carbohydrates, release fats, or double up on protein. We are already at work. It is designed to adapt to the needs of our bodies. Eating a good meal is like placing a wedge in a side hole. Fits.
Also, the food is delicious! If you put food on your mind, your taste buds will start to return and you will have to focus. When that happens, you will find that the artificial food tastes great and the food tastes great.
What about animal protein? Animal protein is considered a good food, but it is not a live food. The purpose of animal protein is to meet our protein needs. Animals do not provide us with vitamins, minerals, or natural medicines. However, protein from lean meat can be very beneficial for those who need more protein. Be aware that animal fats and any medications or hormones you are given can harm them. Choose animals that feed well and eat less.
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