Incredible Health

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Incredible Health

Organic Food- All foods eaten should be pure; without having been genetically modified or grown with the use of pesticides, herbicides, hormones, antibiotics, insecticides, etc... These chemicals, carcinogen, and poisons are a significant cause of disease. The nutrients in organic foods have also been found to be much higher than the chemically inferior conventional produce. Organic food not only tastes better, it is better for the land and animals. Check out local farmers markets and natural food markets . Vegan - A vegan diet does not contain ANY animal foods at all (all meats including fish, dairy, eggs, milk cheese, etc...) Vegan foods contain NO cholesterol. Numerous scientific and medical journals have conducted studies that convincingly demonstrate that animal foods are a significant contributing factor to ALL degenerative diseases: cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, arthritis, etc...

The Superfoods- So named, because of their incredibly rich nutrient content. These foods are the richest sources of vitamins, minerals, and trace elements on the planet! Spirulina Blue-Green Algae, Cereal Grasses (alfalfa, barley, wheat), Dulse Seaweed, Kelp.

Grains- Whole wheat, millet, barley, rye, oats, quinoa, corn, buckwheat, bulgur, and brown & wild rice among others. [Eating Raw? Always soak nuts/seeds before consuming to break down the enzyme inhibitors (nature's defense mechanism of not being eaten before they can sprout and grow) which interfere with digestion. Soak in a bowl of distilled/purified water for about 5-8 hours, depending on size. Overnight is usually a good amount of time. Remove and discard the grains that float as they likely have some rancidity. Drain and rinse well and then enjoy.] Vegetables- Kale, spinach, potatoes, yams, taro , zucchini, carrot, squash, onion, broccoli, cauliflower, dandelion greens, mustard greens, parsley, beet, beet greens, celery.

We eat foods that have been refined, processed, and preserved with chemicals and...