Updated: Jul 13, 2022
You are what you eat! That is right, whatever you are eating is going to become part of who you are. Your body uses food to create and restore the tissues that are constantly being replaced everyday. So what you eat becomes the new you.
Eat Whole Foods such as Fresh vegetables, fruits and meat. It is best to eat organic or locally grown foods. The way the food was raised makes a difference because you become what you eat. Eating whole foods that are organic or farmed locally will add energy and vitality to your body.
Stay away from
S.A.D.C.R.A.P. (Standard, American, Diet, Carbohydrates, Refined, Artificial, Processed)
4 White Devils (White Sugar, White flour, White processed salt, pasteurized Dairy products)
These foods are highly processed and will cost your body more energy to digest and create a deficit of energy reserves for the body. This will make you tired and lethargic, clog up your digestive system, and cause inflammation in the body.
Call To Action
Choose one of these nutritional core values and start to apply it into your life. Practice it for the next 21 days and notice how your body starts to feel.
Nutritional Core Values:
Eat Three Meals a day - Assign the time of day you will eat
Buy organic when you can
Shop at your local farmer’s market- Click to find one near you
Shop every 4 days to ensure freshness of your food
Shop mostly in the produce and fresh meat and eggs area of the store
Try cooking larger meals and storing the rest for lunch and breakfast
Avoid the dirty dozen - or buy organic versions of the dirty dozen
The Body is a temple, a vessel for your mind. So if your body is full of crap and toxic chemicals then your mind and your ability to perform on a daily basis will be affected by the food you eat.
To heal your body, address your nutrition which is an important component that brings you closer to optimal health and vitality.
Here are the 2021 Dirty Dozen fruits and vegetables which store the pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides within their cellular walls at the highest levels:
Bell and hot peppers
Here are the items on the Clean 15 fruits and vegetables which store the lowest concentration of pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides within their cellular walls:
Frozen sweet peas