Which Foods to Choose?

Fundamentals to a Good Diet

Choose foods that are whole, as close to their natural state as possible. If you can incorporate this basic principle into your life, you will reap great benefits.

What does "whole" mean?

When you select a food, think about how it grows in nature; the closer you can get to that state the better. The Earth has been providing balanced wholesome foods since the beginning of time and will continue to do so if we allow Her to. Any time a food is processed, nutrients like vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and fiber are removed, creating a relative nutrient debt. If you want your billions of cells to function optimally, you need the nutrients that whole foods provide for you.

Healthy cells create healthy organs, healthy systems, and a healthy body.

This means that you will choose the following foods more often:

  • Raw, live foods
  • Fresh vegetables
  • Fresh fruit
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Whole grains
  • Possibly, whole forms of animal products: dairy, eggs, fish, meat.

Written by Caroline Dupont – M.Sc. Holistic Health Practitioner

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