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What to Eat?

  1. What goes on the end of our fork or onto our spoon will determine much of our health.

  2. What we pick up with our hand to put into our mouth will determine much of our health. We might use our hand to pick up food with little nutritious value, alcohol, cigarettes and drugs, prescribed and recreational.

  3. A plant-based diet provides the best opportunity for a healthy diet and the ability to shed extra kilos of fat.

  4. A plant-based diet, preferably organically grown, provides all the nutrients necessary from vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts and seeds.

  5. A plant-based diet includes fiber and little fat. This diet supports cells of the body, natural growth and healing. Fibre is only found in plants.

  6. A plant-based diet provides protein and iron.

  7. A balanced plant-based diet reduces fat intake and high cholesterol. Such a diet guards against high blood pressure.

  8. The eating daily of meat and dairy products over decades will cause health problems later in life, such as heart disease, cancer or diabetes.

  9. Excessive consumption of meat protein over years can generate an imbalance in the cells.

  10. Excessive consumption of calcium in dairy products (cheese, butter, yogurt and milk) can generate an imbalance in the cells.

  11. Any genetic vulnerabilities need the stimulus of poor diet, chemicals, including medication environmental pollution or trauma, to cause ill health.

  12. After several weeks, we develop a love of a plant-based diet. We start to feel the benefits. 

  13. Tofu, tempeh, lentils, chick peas, almonds, beans, quinoa, peanuts provide protein. Leafy green vegetables, spinach, kale, soya milk, almond milk, sesame seed provide calcium. Dark colored vegetables, lentils, carrots, apples, bananas, raspberries, oatmeal, bran flakes are high in fiber.

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