Aug 242012
 

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Nutrition Education made simple to understand.

Know food groups to properly combine for best assimilation and digestion.

 

   Wellness is the Objective…. Will power is the engine.

By Eddie Katz

Health is your Wealth. If we do not have our health,

nothing else is going to matter.

Your health is a personal challenge.

Choose health by challenging your will power.

You are not what your parents fed you growing up.

We can start as soon as we start living on our own or sooner.

But first here is a letter I wrote to President Obama:

Serious Proposals for Health Care that needs to be addressed-

90% if not more Americans are addicted to unhealthy hard to digest food.

We need to take personal responsibility to learn Nutrition.

This will give us the skill to use Will Power.

This is where we challenge our Will Power to make common sense choices.

The choice and knowing the difference between good fat-bad fat, good sugar-bad sugar,

good salt-bad salt. ( good examples…. coconut oil, agave nectar, Himalayan pink salt )

Teach Nutrition early in kindergarten and continue through 12 grades.

I’m thinking how much more in savings in health care we will generate with this nutritional directive you should put into America’s mindset.

Ask not what your country can do for you…. Ask what you can do for yourself.

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Nutrition Education made simple to understand.

Know food groups to properly combine for best assimilation and digestion.

 

Foods that inflame also thickens the blood. Foods that eliminate inflammation thins the blood. This awareness might prevent blood clotting and strokes.

     Click on these charts 3 times to view better.

These charts show you that the normal American food combinations are not proper combining of food.

Wellness

Wellness is a difficult word to define. Traditionally wellness has meant the opposite of illness and the absence of disease and disability. More recently wellness has come to describe something that you have personal control over. Wellness is now a word used to describe living the best possible life you can regardless of whether you have a disease or disability. Your wellness is not only related to your physical health, but is a combination of things including spiritual wellness, social wellness, mental wellness and emotional wellness. Wellness is seen as a combination of mind, body and spirit. Different people may have different ideas about wellness. There is no single set standard for wellness and wellness is a difficult thing to quantify.

So lets make it as simple as possible. Use Willpower to control the balance between the 3 sides of our health (triangle). Our Structural self (exercise), Chemical self (everything you ingest, inhale, transdermal), Emotional self (choose happiness, peace, creativity, production capacity, positivity).

Six Healthy Heart Tips

A few more recommendations that can have a profound impact on reducing inflammation in your body and reducing your risk of heart disease include:

  • Optimizing your insulin levels. If your fasting insulin level is not lower than three consider limiting or eliminating your intake of grains and sugars until you optimize your insulin level.
  • Optimizing your vitamin D levels. Most people are not aware that vitamin D can have a profoundly dramatic impact on lowering your risk for heart disease. Your best source of vitamin D is through your skin being exposed to the sun. In the wintertime, It is recommended to use a safe tanning bed that uses UV B. If you opt for a vitamin D supplement, make sure you’re taking the right form of vitamin D—D3, not D2—in the appropriate amounts up to 8000IU to reap the benefits, and remember to get your vitamin D levels tested regularly.
  • Balancing your omega-6 to omega-3 fat ratio. Most Americans eating a standard American diet have a ratio of 25:1, which is highly unbalanced. The ideal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fats is 1:1. Therefore, you’ll want to lower the amount of vegetable oils in your diet, and make sure you have a high-quality, animal-based source of omega-3s, such as krill oil. For vegetarians purslane has more omega fatty acids than salmon. Flax meal, Chia seed, or Hemp oil will do just as good.
  • Exercising regularly. Exercise is a great way to lower inflammation without any of the side effects associated with medications. Short bursts ( 5-10 min) of high intensity interval exercises are particularly beneficial for heart and your Wellness.
  • Normalizing your weight, or better yet, your waist size. If you’re a woman with a waist measurement of over 35 inches or a man with a waist of over 40 inches, you probably have high inflammation. Whittling a few inches off the waist by reducing your portions and increasing activity can go a long way toward solving that problem. Proper Food Combining will stop the inflammation and bloating.
  • Addressing your stress. Feeling stressed can create a wide variety of physiological changes, such as impairing digestion, excretion of valuable nutrients, decreasing beneficial gut flora populations, decreasing your metabolism, and raising triglycerides, cholesterol, insulin, and cortisol levels. Counting the Deepest of Breaths will bring the quickest relief and a state of calm, also oxygenation which builds your immune system and its free.

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Reference: Food Combining Simplified by Dennis Nelson, Santa Cruz, California