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Eating The Best Foods: What To Eat

Omega 3
Omega 3 oils are deficient in most western diets. Naturally raised animals and food products have more omega 3 oil than current commercial inorganic practices. Sources of omega 3 are fish (deep cold water fish is best), flax seed, and walnut. We recommend a handful of walnuts every day or supplements.

Leafy Greens
Greens are fibrous and nutritious. A typical healthy dinner should begin with a salad with dark leafy greens as the first course. Second, you will eat meats, carbohydrates, and other vegetables. Last, for desert you have some fresh fruit. This is the healthiest way to course a meal. It helps you eat items in the right proportions.

Vegetables are proven to reduce the risk of vitually every disease. Vegetables are low in calorie and high in nutrition. Vegetables that are fresh or "alive" produce the greatest benefit. Sprouts, especially broccoli, are the "king" of live vegetable nutrients. The surgeon general recommends five servings of fruits and vegetables a day.

Fruit has more sugar than vegetables and can give us a boost of energy. Fruit is a great item to use as a snack. If you stop eating man made sugar, you will start to crave the sweetness of fruit. Without eating sugar, you will be able to smell natural food a lot better. You will be able to smell the sweetness of fruit before you eat it. The surgeon general recommends five servings of fruits and vegetables a day.

Red meat should be limited to less than one time per week. Wild fish is the best source of meat. Some health experts think we should eat meat twice a week to avoid high levels of mercury now contained in the oceans from chemical dumping. Any animal that is raised naturally will be healthier for you to eat. What you put into an animal is what you get out of it. Commercial farms raise meat that looks great, but with the lowest possible cost of the food being put into the animals. Natural raised products cost a little more, but are much healthier. Look for grass fed and organically raised animals.

Water and Fiber
Most people don't get enough of either. An adult should get 25-30 grams of fiber a day. An adult male should drink, on average, 3 liters of water per day. An adult female should drink, on average, 2.2 liters of water per day. Deficiency of water and fiber create heart disease, cancer, and a lot of other health problems.





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