Does the food you eat make you feel good or bad? Admit it; you over-eat from time to time, and you’ll get up from the table stuffed and feeling sick and sleepy.
Spin this and look at your every meal in the opposite way.
The types of food that you eat determine how you feel. So, be picky when you scoot your chair up to the dinner table, and only eat food that makes you feel good.
Here’s the way to feel energized, lighter, and ready to take a brisk walk after you eat.
Sixty years ago, foods were called “morale foods” because they promoted a feeling of general well-being and increased vigor (what a great 1950s word).
Back in the day, foods were oozing with natural vitamins and trace minerals, and these life-giving essential elements influenced vital body processes in enormous and positive ways.
Vitamin rich foods promote health, they slow aging, result in weight loss, encourage deep REM, and enhance a positive mental attitude.
Yep, the right kind of food improves your morale.
I’m all for that!
Our bodies function today in the same way they did 10,000 years ago. Nothing has changed. But today, our foods and diseases have changed. There IS a connection between manufactured foods, GMO foods, and junk food with disease.
Let’s spin this again: there IS a connection between organic foods with wellness and happiness.
Nine Key Vitamins
Whole foods, natural foods, and organic foods contain at a minimum nine vitamins that are crucial to human health, and to a positive attitude.
If your diet provides merely vitamins A, B, (especially B1), C, and G (riboflavin), chances are, many other healthy vitamins will also be found in the same foods.
Good nutrition is actually simple, and less expensive in the long-run.
Are You Happy Or Irritable?
Processed foods, fast foods, packaged foods, and vending machine snacks may be convenient, but at the end of the day, they do not provide your body with good health or nutrition.
So, you stay hungry, and eat more junk. Processed foods can result in illness, like allergies, IBS, blood sugar and blood pressure problems.
Processed and man-made foods leave you feeling grumpy, anxious, irritable, fat, and tired.
Fat-free this and sugar-free that; low-carb this and no-carb that … how far from the basics of eating have you wandered?
And eek – think about the children. So many kids today are fat, lazy, grumpy, and apathetic (politically correct for dumbed down).
Let’s keep nutrition simple, and raise every kid in this healthy way. Hat’s Off to the parents who do!
Disease = Food (Or The Other Way Around)
Diseases have been around for centuries, but today, diseases are now epidemic, and people accept this as normal. In my book and video series, The Richardson Cancer Prevention Diet, I write that in the 1940s, disease was directly traced to the lack of one or more vitamins in the diet; just think about food with no vitamin value yet they have a multitude of artificial, manmade chemicals in them.
No wonder people don’t feel “right” anymore.
Modern food has become far too complicated, and GMO technology is at the top of this list. As a result, disease is now equally as complicated, and when you connect the dots between the cause of disease and health symptoms, you will discover the reason why you are tired, over-weight, grumpy, irritable, and constipated.
All vitamins contribute to long-term health and general well-being. Natural nutrients make you feel good! Every vitamin functions in a very specialized way to secure health.
Find The Sources
If you are any or all of the above, start cleaning up your diet, remove the causes behind your health symptoms, and eat fresh and natural foods that make you feel good.
For a healthy morale, consider doing a hair analysis to identify any toxins within you, and which vitamin and mineral levels may need replacing.
Eat only the food that makes you feel good – not tired or stuffed. Be happy. Go take a walk.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.