"Let food be thy medicine, thy medicine shall be thy food" - Hippocrates

Our bodies Nutritional needs can be looked at like a scale. Say the scale is from 1 to 10 and 10 being the optimal. Each day that our body is below the optimal 10 mark is another day that we are not functioning to our bodies fullest, thus optimal health is not achieved which opens the door to a nutritional deficiency. Nutritionl deficiency can lead to many things, among them being Toxemia. Toxemia can occur when your body becomes overly burdened with toxins. According to the Mayo clinic, your body needs vitamin-nutrients found in most foods—for many reasons, including producing healthy red blood cells. If your body is deficient in certain key vitamins, you can develop anemia—a condition in which your blood is low on healthy red blood cells. Vitamin deficiencies also can lead to health problems other than anemia. Fortunately, you can usually correct vitamin and mineral deficiencies with dietary changes and whole food supplements. Health experts agree that the best way to obtain your daily nutritional needs is to consume a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, sprouts, nuts, seeds,legumes and organic meats, poultry and fish. The CDC  states that healthy diets rich in fruits and green leafy vegetables may reduce the risk of Cancer and other chronic diseases.
     The problem is that most people do not fulfill their bodies nutritional needs because the diet is so poor, especially here in America. Fast food, processed, nutrient stripped, boxed and mechanically packaged so called food have become the norm for many because of the convenience. One must always start with a proper diet meaning the right nutrition for your individual metabolism. Most people read a book or listen to a lecure or even follow the latest fad diet thinking that it's right for them. Remember, everybody is different and only through a proper test can one identify the correct bio-nutrients for their own body. Contact me directly to find out more about one on one counseling and proper testing.

"Food is your most consistant variable"

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