Sunday, 31 January 2016

Real Wholesome Food Is Key To Optimum Health

With the arrival of fast food, people have often forgotten what real food actually tastes like.  Children grow up on food that contains preservatives because everything has to be quick.

Cooking real food is time-consuming but healthy in the long run.

  • Most of what people eat is not real food; it’s “edible food-like substances” that have no counterpart in nature. Our current confusion about what to eat is the result of forgetting that a healthy diet consists of REAL FOOD
  • Other practical dietary advice includes: Don't eat anything your great-grandmother wouldn't recognize as food; eat only foods that will eventually spoil or rot; limit your meat consumption and pay attention to quality
  • Low-fat diet recommendations have fueled the very problems it was said to prevent — a sad testament to the dangers of following nutritional guidelines based on ideas about individual nutrients rather than whole foods
Real Food Is The Key To Optimum Health
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