Health via Nutrition
Proper nutrition helps to recover your health (and also other individuals when you tell your friends about this article). What is good food? For several thousand years, people have been eating food directly provided by mother nature and the earth energies. The food from the earth contains a life force frequency that aids in your health and well-being.
Food is essential to living. Everyone needs food to survive, but all food is not equal to good health. Eating properly can boost the immune system — your body’s defense against disease. It can also help those suffering from physical illness to heal and find their way back to the ideal health.
The physical body demands certain levels of nutrition to remain healthy, sustain its well-being and heal itself. All the organs in the body work together as a team to create a full functioning, physical unit. Without the proper nutrients, these organs began to fail, and like this the body starts to sicken, and overall health diminishes allowing for disease to develop.
Research has suggested that certain foods can also alter mental health by raising typical transmitter levels, such as serotonin, that can change behavior. It has also been researched that food can psychologically change the brain – either up or down.
It is reasonable then to infer that proper nutrition (fresh, raw foods and drinks) cannot only help heal the body but also alter behavior in a positive direction. When the body has the natural nutrients it needs to function properly, it will naturally boost the immune system, heal itself, and be happier. It is possible to attain a higher level of health, wellness, and happiness just by diet when you are eating foods that still contain the life force energy.
When you feel good, it’s easier to maintain those healthy behaviors. Eating fresh organic foods is also easier on the body. Since it doesn’t need to take the extra energy needed to root out those toxins found in processed foods, you have more energy to use for other endeavors. Feeling healthy can be addictive leads to higher levels of excellent health and well-being.
It is important to consult a nutritionist who can tailor a dietary regime to your specific needs. Since nutrition has become identified as a major factor in health maintenance and recovery from disease, there are probably several local nutritionists ready to help you on your way to a healthier, happier you.
David A. Wiss, MS, RDN, CPT, coordinator of the Los Angeles-based dietary practice Nutrition in Recovery, is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from California State University, Northridge. He is an authority on “diet and nutrition as a pathway” to recovery and wellness. He’s recommending natural food for the body because he has seen more rapid recovery with this method of eating.
When Wiss was involved in a health recovery center, he was horrified to see such poor nutrition offered to the patients. “I saw that the lion’s share of these recovery centers gave a trashy food diet to their patients. I then committed my life to Improving nutrition for recovering patients,” said Wiss.
Colorado-based Master Nutrition Therapist Patricia Farrell has her own personal experience with recovering through nutrition. She can empathize with her client’s struggles and appreciates the challenges they face, having gone through the fight herself. It was during her experience that she realized just how important proper nutrition is to recovery and sustaining good health.
It is only through a genuine personal desire to recover and reclaim your health that your goals can be met. The American diet and the eating of processed foods have given the body hunger for even more junk food. The American diet is causing obesity, sickness overall poor health, as well as death.
When you go on a more natural diet, eat organic foods as mother nature has prepared for you, you will return to a healthier and more vibrant state of living. After a while, you will no longer have those crazy cravings for junk food.
However, when you’re offered a piece of delicious looking chocolate cake at your nephew’s birthday party what are you going to do? Why not lighten up a little and realize that you have been loyal to your natural diet, organic fruits, nuts and vegetables, organic beef, chicken, and other meats as a routine, and now a little recreational food occasionally will not hurt you.
Please tell us your experiences in using a more natural diet. (Both good and bad.)