Food is for energy!
Food is primarily needed to provide energy for daily activities. Your body is like a machine. A machine burns gasoline or coal for fuel; you burn food for fuel.
It’s as simple as that.
A machine converts its fuel into energy; your body converts food into energy.
Keep It Simple
Now here’s a simple fact, but one that isn’t emphasized enough these days! Our bodies operate the same today as they did 10,000 years ago, but our foods and diseases aren’t the same as even 20 years ago. Here is a connection to the cause of many diseases.
At least nine vitamins are crucial to our daily nutrition, but if your diet provides merely vitamins A, B, (especially B1), C, and G (riboflavin), chances are the other vitamins will be found in adequate amounts in the same food sources.
Vitamin D, however, does not occur in large enough quantities in foods to be significant, so I recommend that a special source such as fish liver oil, natural supplements, and sunshine be provided.
How Does Food Make You Feel?
Foods that promote a feeling of general wellbeing and increased vigor were called “morale foods” 60+ years ago.
Naturally, vitamins are found in foods, and they influence vital body processes in enormous ways. Vitamin rich foods can promote a positive mental attitude.
Moral foods provide energy and a positive outlook.
Processed foods filled with chemicals provide lethargy and emotional stress.
Keep It Simple
Good nutrition is really simple.
Basic nutrition doesn’t need to be as complicated as food manufacturers and advertisers make it out to be. Fat-free this and sugar-free that, low-carb this and no-carb that …. we have wandered far from the common sense of eating; especially our children today.
Old nutrition books from decades ago are great to read because they kept nutrition simple and remind us where we have gotten off-track.
Diseases aren’t new today – diseases have plagued mankind for centuries. In the 1940s, diseases were directly traced to the lack of one or more vitamins in the diet; today, the multitude of artificial, manmade chemicals polluting our foods can be at the root of disease.
All vitamins contribute to health and general wellbeing. Each vitamin functions in a highly specialized way to secure human health, a natural solution. The complications of nourishment today have ignored the basics of yesteryear.
Food has become more complicated, and disease has become equally as complicated.
If your diet leaves you feeling tired, rundown, and depressed, reevaluate what you are using as fuel for your health.
It will make a difference.
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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.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.
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