Today, more than 95% of all chronic disease is caused by food choice, toxic food
ingredients, nutritional deficiencies and lack of physical exercise.”
– Mike Adams, author, investigative journalist, educator
Why are we so stubborn about our health? The idea of living without major illnesses is
pretty simple – eat right and exercise daily. Yet, we fail miserably. Does this mean great
tasting food is bad for you? The fact is, we are often blown away by heavy marketing
released by major food companies that use a lot of preservatives and whatnots just to
get the food to taste good. We should learn to be more selective and save ourselves
from a life of chronic medical problems.
Imagine, eating an orange can give you a healthy dose of Vitamin C that would prevent the common cold. Instead, we choose to drink carbonated orange juice with an expiration date well into the next year. What kind of orange stays fresh for a year? Go fresh and enjoy life as it was meant to be enjoyed.
“Those who think they have no time for healthy eating, will sooner or later have to find
time for illness.”
– Edward Stanley
The truth is, we are our worst enemy because we like to live for today, and throw our
cares for tomorrow. This means we enjoy that extra large bag of chips and jumbo soda,
and let tomorrow take care of itself. Then, if we get sick, do we ever go back and regret
the bag of chips? Hardly likely. We’ll blame the weather or the guy next door who kept
us up all night with his loud music. It’s never our fault, right? Wrong!
There is always a price or prize to pay for everything. If we eat right, then we get the prize of good health and a fit body. If we eat wrong, then we pay the price of illness, bad hair, nail, skin, and teeth. You can look beautiful by eating less preserved food, and more fresh produce.