G2Voice Broadcast 138 –
Anti-Nutrition vs Pro-Nutrition!
Sunday, May 5th , 2019
10 AM CST
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In response to “The Guardian” DECEPTIVE news article about the Genesis II Church!
Forward written by Dr. Leonard Horowitz: https://medicalveritas.org/bleach-cures-cancers/
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- Hi Archy, Just need clarification on something Mark wrote in his book I bought. He says that you can eat/drink anything which is disallowed when taking MMS1 if you take MMS2 capsules making the procedure so much easier. My husband has done very well following this advice,
He was down as priority1 for cancer surgery to remove the left kidney and the ureter (where growth is) so has been waiting for surgery date. He had to see several people before and have another cat scan. Lo and behold hospital letter now says he is on a 4-6 month waiting list. At 77 he doesn’t mind, I wanted to bring him over to your course but a TIA stopped that. No insurance to fly! He was taking 5x day MMS2 I make for him and is now down to 2-3 per day. Ever since taking them his only pain (from biopsy) diminished and he has never felt so well. I would still dearly love to come on your course one day, so fingers crossed. If you could just clarify the “what should we eat/drink bit I would be eternally grateful. Take care and like Jim please, please keep your head down.
Kindest Regards Pam Blowers
- Mark Thain Yes I just got another Supply in and I love this stuff
- ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5 star review from Anonymous:"Love - Amazing, I have had a chronic ear/sinus infection for years, but not anymore thanks to you. I feel blessed to have found you,thank you and God Bless."
- G.t. Mace It works and big pharma hates it...
- Lorna Rushby Works well for me👍🏻 it's not bleach
But if you want to believe it is, avoid it and sshhhhh
- Hey There,
Its a great pleasure to send this email today as i am so proud to be involved with all of you out here doing work of healing. I have been using MMS for over 6 years, its saved my life on numerous occasions and i dont travel anywhere without it! Its in my car, my travel bag, and also my luggage when ever i take a flight. Its saved me and love ones from dozens of infections over the years and i cant imagine my life without it. Ive been following Jim Humble, Andreas Kalcker, and Kerri Rivera for a long time, and also researched over 1000 hours via Youtube and podcasts and books for over 6 years. I am a Holistic Disease Specialist here in Rhode Island, USA. I would like to become a bishop to let other people know that i am located here in this area, so that i may be able to help people looking at your website who live in my area. Is there an expedited way to go about becoming a bishop or a different way you might suggest, given my long history with this molecule. I currently also make CDS stabilized for many years and understand all the proper ways to produce and mix doses. Your help is greatly appreciated.
- I heard this on a local radio station in Kingsport, TN last night.
I called up and set the talk show jock straight. I told him that this chemical was used in water purification and is safer than chlorine gas which many municipalities used for water treatment.
I also told him I was a Chemical Engineer and understood the chemistry behind this. I told him it was in dilute quantities and was safe. I also told him that it successfully cured malaria in Africa and was documented.
Then he asked me if I took it. I said yes, for about a week now and noticed it was helping drop my blood sugar (type II diabetes). Then he asked if I took colloidal silver! Unbelievable! What does CS have to do with MMS? Nothing! And that's when he shut me down!
Big Pharma has many fooled. He soaks up more chlorine and fluorine in his tap water and that dumbed him down!
May the FORCE be with you and have a magical day!
- Thanks for the suggestions... I did what I was thinking as I had to make a call... By that night my son was feeling quite miserable, I gave him a 2 drop dose of mms before bed and he had a second dose in the morning. By that evening his knee was lot better and the cold that was turning into fever and chills was totally gone! I am such a big fan of mms! Jen
- Hello I’m in the U.K. I trained as a journalist 35 years ago and have been working in journalism ever since You need to know that we are trained ,not in reporting faithful facts about issues....but in finding the “ Story” This is endemic in British journalism. No matter what you say, what you do, what facts you present....all journalists are seeking is the one thing that you say or write upon which they can “hang” a Story. In this case..The big story is “religious fanatics use dangerous bleach to treat serious diseases” .....this is the big story...not “ malaria healed with simple safe everyday substance” Until we get a sea change in how journalists are trained and alter their perspective of what a story is we will not get any useful information from the media. We will only get cheap sensationalism ...the aim being to sell that days paper...and that’s all...This is such a problem and effects all media ,right, left and centre ...even the bbc ...well.... especially the BBC!As a journalist my advice to you is “ never talk to journalists” ....it’s the safest rule...and by that i do mean “NEVER” ever ever....
By the way I have been using mms1 for over fifteen years...yes it works! I keep it to myself and
close friends in need . Even family don’t know I use it.... keeping it quiet is the best way to keep it available....publicity will only take it from us! Sadly Pharma will easily use your conference to close down still further the alternative health debate. I wish it were not so...but it is the truth.My best wishes go out to you .Mark
MMS cured my cancer and also cured friends of mine! Don’t believe all the lies saying it doesn’t work
Anti-Nutrition vs Pro-Nutrition!
Pro – “For”
Why do we need nutrition?
Nutrition: 1: The process of taking in food and using it for growth, metabolism, and repair. Nutritional stages are ingestion, digestion, absorption, transport, assimilation, and excretion.
So, without nutrition. We don’t grow, create energy and repair damaged cells throughout the body! So, without nutrition daily you WILL NOT be healthy and the body will be telling you that in many ways called symptoms! This week I want to look at what REAL food is as opposed to PROCESSED foods and is nutrition being lost.
Real Food Vs. Processed Food?
This might sound like what some call a “no brainer”. However, the food industry works very hard to convince us that processed food is real food. Let’s explore some of the topics related to Real Food and Processed Food and let you decide for yourself if they are nutritious or not.
“The short definition of ‘real’ food is food that doesn’t have a Nutrition Facts label. If it has a label, something’s been done to the food. If it doesn’t, nothing’s been done, it’s ‘real.”
-Robert Lustig, MD
“Eat the most flavorful, best-tasting whole foods you can find—amazing tomatoes, killer strawberries, sublime peaches, awesome grass-fed beef. You’ll soon discover that junk food just doesn’t stack up to the real thing. As your palate changes, your body will, too. Eating ‘real food’ won’t be a challenge anymore—it’ll be a way of life.”
-Mark Schatzker, Author of “The Dorito Effect”
“Real food is food that comes directly from the earth or is kept as close to that state as possible. Real food nourishes with the shortest, most pronounceable ingredients list—it’s safe to eat, but when left to its own devices, it can rot away.”
-Trinh Le, MPH, RD, MyFitnessPal Registered Dietitian
“Prioritizing real foods is, hands down, the most effective way to make lifestyle changes to help you reach your health goals. Forgo highly processed and minimally nutritious junk, no matter how seductive the health claims. Your tastebuds — and body — will thank you.”
Typical food processing happens in up to three stages.
Understanding these three stages can help you independently determine how processed a food is and what your standards are.
Primary and secondary stages involve basic preparations that take food from its ground-level form to being edible.
Harvesting grain, shelling nuts, and slaughtering chickens are all considered primary processing. Baking, freezing, and canning are secondary forms that make a slightly more complex finished product.
It’s at the third (or tertiary) level of processing where flavor injections, added sugars, fats, and chemical preservatives begin to turn foods into the ultra-processed variety.
3 stages of food processing
- First stage of “processing” involves making sure the food is edible. Harvesting grain, shelling nuts, and slaughtering chickens are all considered primary processing. Foods that have only gone through this stage of processing are often still considered “whole” foods.
- Secondary steps make a more complex, finished, “processed” product. This includes cooking, freezing, and canning.
- Ultra-processed foods go through a third stage, when manufacturers inject flavors, added sugars, fats, and chemical preservatives.
In short, ultra-processed foods are probably what many of us already think of simply as processed foods — those shiny, packaged, nothing-to-do-with-nature products found at fast-food restaurants and gas station mini-marts.
Avoiding processed foods is already something we know
But understanding how foods get ultra-processed can be a helpful step in remembering to minimize our intake of them. Diligent label reading can also help you choose products with fewer ingredients.
Cooking at home also goes a long way toward reducing the amount of ultra-processed you consume. Restaurant meals (especially fast food) are notorious for tinkering with their recipes to achieve a certain flavor, rather than a nutrition profile.
However, there are cases when getting unprocessed, whole food isn’t that simple, whether it’s an issue of affordability, availability, or accessibility.
Still, there are also small changes you can make to tweak the amount of ultra-processed foods in your diet. Here’s a chart to help you make smart swaps:
sweetened breakfast cereals
plain bran cereal
oatmeal made with rolled oats and sweetened with honey
artificially flavored sparkling water
flavored potato chips
plain tortilla chips
DIY pita chips
whole-wheat bread with minimal ingredients
deli rotisserie chicken
roast chicken from scratch
flavored candy bar with long ingredient list
simple candy bar with short ingredient list
dark chocolate squares
store-bought cold brew
mashed potato flakes
fresh, whole potatoes
sweetened fruit juice
fresh-squeezed orange juice
flavored granola bars with added sugar and preservatives
granola bars with minimal additives
artificially flavored cheese crackers
naturally flavored crackers
whole-grain crackers and cheese slices
21 Reasons to Eat Real Food
Real food is whole, single-ingredient food. It is mostly unprocessed, free of chemical additives, and rich in nutrients. In essence, it's the type of food human beings ate exclusively for thousands of years. However, since processed foods became popular in the 20th century, the Western diet has shifted toward ready-to-eat meals. While processed foods are convenient, they also harm your health. In fact, following a diet based on real food may be one of the most important things you can do to maintain good health and a high quality of life.
Here are 21 reasons to eat real food.
1. Loaded with important nutrients
Unprocessed animal and plant foods provide the vitamins and minerals you need for optimal health.
For instance, 1 cup (220 grams) of red bell peppers, broccoli, or orange slices contains more than 100% of the RDI for vitamin C.
Eggs and liver are especially high in choline, a nutrient essential for proper brain function.
And a single Brazil nut provides all the selenium you need for an entire day (6).
In fact, most whole foods are good sources of vitamins, minerals, and other beneficial nutrients.
2. Low in sugar
Some research suggests that eating sugary foods can increase your risk of obesity, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, and heart disease .
Generally speaking, real food is lower in sugar than many processed foods.
Even though fruit contains sugar, it's also high in water and fiber, making it much healthier than soda and processed foods.
3. Heart healthy
Real food is packed with antioxidants and nutrients that support heart health, including magnesium and healthy fats.
Eating a diet rich in nutritious, unprocessed foods may also help reduce inflammation, which is considered one of the major drivers of heart disease.
4. Better for the environment
The world population is steadily growing, and with this growth comes increased demand for food.
However, producing food for billions of people has an environmental toll.
This is partly due to the destruction of rainforests for agricultural land, increased fuel needs, pesticide use, greenhouse gases, and packaging that ends up in landfills.
Developing sustainable agriculture based on real food may help improve the health of the planet by reducing energy needs and decreasing the amount of non-biodegradable waste that humans produce.
5. High in fiber
Fiber provides many health benefits, including boosting digestive function, metabolic health, and feelings of fullness.
Foods like avocados, chia seeds, flaxseeds, and blackberries are particularly high in healthy fiber, alongside beans and legumes.
Consuming fiber through whole foods is much better than taking a supplement or eating processed food with added fiber.
6. Helps control blood sugar
According to the International Diabetes Federation, more than 400 million people have diabetes worldwide.
That number is expected to surpass 600 million within the next 25 years.
Eating a diet high in fibrous plants and unprocessed animal foods may help reduce blood sugar levels in people who have or are at risk for diabetes.
In one 12-week study, people with diabetes or prediabetes followed a paleolithic diet combining fresh meat, fish, fruits, vegetables, eggs, and nuts. They experienced a 26% reduction in blood sugar levels.
7. Good for your skin
In addition to promoting better overall health, real food nourishes and helps protect your skin.
For instance, dark chocolate and avocados have been shown to protect skin against sun damage.
Studies suggest that eating more vegetables, fish, beans, and olive oil may help reduce wrinkling, loss of elasticity, and other age-related skin changes.
What's more, switching from a Western diet high in processed foods to one based on real food may help prevent or reduce acne.
8. Helps lower triglycerides
Blood triglyceride levels are strongly influenced by food intake.
Because triglycerides tend to go up when you eat sugar and refined carbs, it's best to minimize these foods or cut them out of your diet altogether.
In addition, including unprocessed foods like fatty fish, lean meats, vegetables, and nuts has been shown to significantly reduce triglyceride levels.
9. Provides variety
Eating the same foods over and over can get old. It's healthier to include diverse foods in your diet.
Hundreds of different real food options exist, including a wide variety of meat, fish, dairy, vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes, whole grains, and seeds.
Make a point of regularly trying new foods. Some unique options include chayote squash, chia seeds, organ meats, kefir, and quinoa.
10. Costs less in the long run
It's said that real food is more expensive than processed food.
In some ways, this adage holds true. An analysis of 27 studies from 10 countries found that eating healthier food costs about $1.56 more than processed food per 2,000 calories.
However, this difference is minimal compared to the cost of managing chronic lifestyle diseases, such as diabetes and obesity.
For instance, one study noted that people with diabetes spend 2.3 times more on medical supplies and health care than those who don't have this condition.
Thus, real food costs less in the long run because it’s more likely to keep you healthy, minimizing your medical costs.
11. High in healthy fats
Unlike the trans and processed fats found in vegetable oils and spreads, most naturally occurring fats are healthy.
For example, extra virgin olive oil is a great source of oleic acid, a monounsaturated fat that promotes heart health.
Coconut oil contains medium-chain triglycerides, which may increase fat burning and assist with weight loss.
What’s more, long-chain omega-3 fatty acids help fight inflammation and protect heart health. Fatty fish, such as salmon, herring and sardines, are excellent sources.
Other real foods that are high in healthy fats include avocados, nuts, seeds, and whole-milk dairy.
12. May reduce disease risk
Making real food part of your lifestyle may help reduce your risk of disease.
Eating patterns — like the Mediterranean diet — based on whole, unprocessed foods have been shown to reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.
In addition, several large observational studies link a balanced diet heavy in fruits and vegetables to a decreased risk of cancer and heart disease.
13. Contains antioxidants
Antioxidants are compounds that help fight free radicals, which are unstable molecules that can damage your body's cells.
They are found in all real foods, especially plant foods like vegetables, fruits, nuts, whole grains, and legumes. Fresh, unprocessed animal foods also contain antioxidants — though in much lower levels.
For instance, egg yolks offer lutein and zeaxanthin, which help protect against eye diseases like cataracts and macular degeneration.
14. Good for your gut
Eating real food may be beneficial for your gut microbiome, which refers to the bacteria that live in your digestive tract.
Indeed, many real foods function as prebiotics — food that your gut bacteria ferment into short-chain fatty acids. In addition to promoting gut health, these fatty acids may improve blood sugar control.
Real food sources of prebiotics include garlic, asparagus, and cocoa.
15. May help prevent overeating
A high intake of processed and fast foods has been linked to overeating, particularly in those who are overweight.
By contrast, real food doesn't harbor the sugars and flavorings that load down processed foods and may drive overeating.
16. Promotes dental health
Healthy teeth may be another benefit of real foods.
The sugar and refined carbs in the Western diet promote dental decay by feeding the plaque-causing bacteria that live in your mouth. The combination of sugar and acid in soda is especially likely to cause decay.
Cheese seems to help prevent cavities by increasing pH and hardening tooth enamel. One study found that eating cheese dramatically improved enamel strength in people with limited saliva production.
Green tea has also been shown to protect tooth enamel. One study found rinsing with green tea significantly reduced the amount of erosion that occurred when people drank soda and brushed their teeth vigorously.
17. May help reduce sugar cravings
A diet based on real food may also help reduce cravings for sweets like cakes, cookies, and candy.
Once your body adjusts to eating whole, unprocessed foods, cravings for sugary foods could become infrequent and even disappear altogether. Your taste buds eventually adapt to appreciate real food.
18. Sets a good example
In addition to improving your own health and well-being, eating real food can help the people you care about stay healthy.
Leading by example can encourage your friends and family to adopt better eating habits. It's also a good way to help your kids learn about good nutrition.
19. Gets the focus off dieting
A dieting mentality may be harmful because it limits your focus to your weight.
In fact, good nutrition is about much more than losing weight. It’s also about having enough energy and feeling healthy.
Focusing on real food instead of dieting can be a much more sustainable and enjoyable way to live. Instead of forcing weight loss, let weight loss come as a natural side effect of a better diet and improved metabolic health.
20. Helps support local farmers
Purchasing produce, meat, and dairy from farmers markets supports the people who grow food in your community.
In addition, local farms often provide much fresher and less processed food than supermarkets.
On top of everything else, real food tastes delicious.
The amazing flavor of fresh, unprocessed food is undeniable.
Once your taste buds have adjusted to real food, processed junk food simply can't compare.
The bottom line
Real food is just one component of a healthy lifestyle. It’s also important to get plenty of exercise, lower your stress levels, and maintain proper nutrition. But there’s no doubt that eating more real food will go a long way toward improving your health. Source: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/21-reasons-to-eat-real-food
Here is a list of 50 healthy foods, most of which are surprisingly tasty. All the major food groups are included.
50 Foods That Are Super Healthy
Eating healthy does NOT have to be boring. There is a massive amount of foods out there that are both healthy and tasty. Here are 50 incredibly healthy foods. Most of them are surprisingly delicious.
Fruits and Berries
Fruits and berries are among the world's most popular health foods.
This is not surprising, given that they taste incredible. Fruits are also very easy to incorporate into the diet, because they require little to no preparation.
The apple is high in fiber, vitamin C and numerous antioxidants. Apples are very fulfilling, and perfect as snacks if you find yourself hungry between meals.
Avocados are different than most fruits, because they are loaded with healthy fats instead of carbs. They are creamy, tasty and high in fiber, potassium and vitamin C.
Bananas are among the world's best sources of potassium. They are also high in vitamin B6 and fiber. Bananas are ridiculously convenient and portable.
Blueberries are not only delicious, but also among the most powerful sources of antioxidants in the world.
Oranges are well known for their vitamin C content. They are also high in fiber, antioxidants and taste incredible.
Strawberries are highly nutritious and are low in both carbs and calories.
They are loaded with vitamin C, fiber and manganese, and are arguably among the most delicious foods in existence.
Other Healthy Fruits
There are many other healthy fruits and berries that aren't listed here.
Some examples: Cherries, grapes, grapefruit, kiwi, lemons, mango, melons, olives, peaches, pears, pineapples, plums and raspberries.
Eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet.
They were previously demonized for being high in cholesterol, but new studies have shown that they are perfectly safe and healthy.
It is a myth that all meat is harmful. Unprocessed, gently cooked meat is one of the healthiest and most nutritious foods you can eat.
8. Lean Beef
Lean beef is among the best sources of protein in existence, and loaded with highly bioavailable iron. Choosing the fatty cuts is fine if you're on a low carb diet.
9. Chicken Breasts
Chicken breast is low in fat and calories, but extremely high in protein. It is a great source of many nutrients. Again, feel free to eat fattier cuts of chicken if you're not eating that many carbs.
Lambs are usually grass-fed, and their meat tends to be high in Omega-3 fatty acids.
Nuts, Seeds and Peanuts
Despite being high in fat and calories, studies suggest that nuts and seeds can help you lose weight.
These foods are crunchy, fulfilling and loaded with important nutrients that many people don't get enough of, including magnesium and vitamin E.
They also require zero preparation, which is important because it makes it easier to incorporate them into the diet.
The almond is a popular type of nut. It is loaded with vitamin E, antioxidants, magnesium and fiber. Studies show that almonds can help you lose weight, and provide impressive benefits for metabolic health.
12. Chia Seeds
Chia seeds are among the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. A single ounce (28 grams) contains 11 grams of fiber, and a large part of the recommended intake for magnesium, manganese, calcium and various other nutrients.
Coconuts are loaded with fiber and powerful fatty acids called medium-chain triglycerides.
14. Macadamia Nuts
Macadamia nuts are very tasty. They are much higher in monounsaturated fats, and lower in Omega-6 fatty acids, than most other nuts.
Walnuts are highly nutritious and loaded with fiber and all sorts of vitamins and minerals.
Peanuts (technically legumes, not nuts) are incredibly tasty and high in nutrients and antioxidants. Several studies show that peanuts can help you lose weight.
However, take it easy on the peanut butter. It is very high in calories and incredibly easy to eat excessive amounts of it.
There is a wide variety available, and it is best to eat many different types of vegetables every day.
Asparagus is a popular vegetable. It is low in both carbs and calories, but loaded with vitamin K.
18. Bell Peppers
Bell peppers come in several colors, including red, yellow and green. They are crunchy and taste very sweet, and are a great source of antioxidants and vitamin C.
Broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable that tastes great both raw and cooked. It is an excellent source of fiber, vitamin K and vitamin C, and contains a decent amount of protein compared to other vegetables.
The carrot is a popular root vegetable. It is extremely tasty and crunchy, and loaded with nutrients like fiber and vitamin K. Carrots are also very high in carotene antioxidants, which have numerous benefits.
Cauliflower is a very versatile cruciferous vegetable. It can be used to make all sorts of healthy recipes, and also tastes pretty good on its own.
The cucumber is one of the world's most popular vegetables. It is very low in both carbs and calories and consists mostly of water. However, it does contain a number of nutrients in small amounts, including vitamin K.
Garlic is incredibly healthy. It contains allicin, a bioactive compound with powerful biological effects, including improved immune function.
Kale has been very popular in recent years, for good reason. It is incredibly high in vitamin K, vitamin C, fiber and a number of other nutrients. It is perfect to add a satisfying crunch to salads and recipes.
Onions have a very strong flavor and are very popular for use in recipes. They contain a number of bioactive compounds believed to have health benefits.
Tomatoes are usually categorized as a vegetable, although they are technically a fruit. They are tasty and loaded with nutrients like potassium and vitamin C.
More Healthy Vegetables
These weren't listed, but are also very healthy: Artichokes, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, celery, eggplant, leeks, lettuce, mushrooms, radishes, squash, swiss chard, turnips, zucchini.
Fish and Seafood
Fish and other seafoods tend to be very healthy and nutritious.
They are especially rich in in omega-3 fatty acids and iodine, two nutrients that most people don't get enough of.
Studies show that people who eat the most foods from the sea (especially fish) tend to live longer and have a lower risk of many diseases, including heart disease, dementia and depression.
Salmon is a type of oily fish that is incredibly popular due to its excellent taste and high amount of nutrients, including protein and Omega-3 fatty acids. It also contains some vitamin D.
Sardines are small, oily fish that are among the most nutritious foods you can eat. They contain hefty amounts of the majority of nutrients required by the human body.
Shellfish isn't eaten very often, which is a shame because it contains more nutrients than almost every other food. It ranks similar to organ meats when it comes to nutrient density. Edible shellfish includes clams, mollusks and oysters.
Shrimp is a type of animal found in the sea. It tends to be low in fat and calories, but high in protein. It is also loaded with various other nutrients, including selenium and vitamin B12.
Trout is another type of delicious oily fish, similar to salmon.
Tuna is very popular in Western countries, and tends to be low in fat and calories, but high in protein. It is perfect people who need to add more protein to their diets, while keeping calories low.
Grains have gotten a bad rap in recent years, mainly due to them being a forbidden food on the wildly popular paleo diet.
However, it is a mistake to lump all grains together. There are many different types of grains, and some of them are very healthy.
Just keep in mind that they are still pretty high in carbs, so they are not recommended on a low carb diet.
33. Brown Rice
Rice is one of the oldest cereal grains and is currently a staple food for more than half of people in the world. Brown (whole grain) rice is fairly nutritious, with a decent amount of fiber, vitamin B1 and magnesium.
Oats are incredibly healthy. They are loaded with nutrients, and also contain powerful fibers called beta-glucans, shown to have numerous benefits.
Quinoa has become incredibly popular among health-conscious individuals in recent years. It is a tasty grain that is high in nutrients like fiber and magnesium. It is also an excellent source of plant-based protein.
Most people eat a lot of bread.
For those who are trying to adopt a healthier diet for the first time, it can be extremely challenging to find something to eat instead of bread.
Fortunately, there are several healthy (or at least "less bad") options available.
36. Ezekiel Bread
Ezekiel bread may be the healthiest bread you can buy at the store. It is made from organic, sprouted whole grains, and also contains several types of legumes.
37. Homemade Low-Carb Breads
The safest choice for healthy bread is something that you make yourself. Here is a list of 15 recipes for healthy breads that are gluten-free and low in carbs.
Legumes are another food group that has been unfairly demonized in recent years.
It is true that legumes contain anti-nutrients, substances that can interfere with digestion and absorption of nutrients.
However, these anti-nutrients can be eliminated by soaking and properly preparing the legumes before eating them (12).
What we're left with is an incredibly cheap source of quality nutrition, including a great plant-based source of protein.
38. Green Beans
Green beans, also called string beans, are unripe varieties of the common bean. They are very popular in Western countries.
39. Kidney Beans
Kidney beans are loaded with various vitamins and minerals and are very high in fiber. Just make sure to cook them properly, because they are toxic when raw.
Lentils are another popular legume. They are high in fiber and are among the best sources of plant-based protein. Lentils also taste delicious and have a very satisfying texture.
Many people can't tolerate dairy products.
However, for people who do tolerate them, they are a healthy source of various important nutrients.
Full-fat dairy products seem to be the best, and studies show that people who eat the most full-fat dairy have a lower risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
If the dairy comes from grass-fed cows, then that may be even better, as it is higher in some bioactive fatty acids like CLA.
Cheese is incredibly nutritious, and a single slice of it contains about the same nutrients as an entire cup of milk. For many, it's also one of the most delicious foods you can eat.
42. Whole milk
Whole milk is very high in vitamins, minerals, quality animal protein and healthy fats. It is one of the best sources of calcium.
Yogurt is made from milk that is fermented by adding live bacteria to it. It has many of the same health effects as milk, except with the added benefits of the friendly probiotic bacteria.
Fats and Oils
The "war" on fat is lost, and many fats and oils have been making a comeback as health foods.
44. Butter From Grass-Fed Cows
Butter from cows that were fed on grass is high in many important nutrients, including the very important vitamin K2.
45. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is loaded with powerful fatty acids called medium chain triglycerides. Coconut oil may have benefits for Alzheimer's disease, and has been shown to help you lose belly fat.
46. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Extra virgin olive oil is the healthiest fat on earth. It contains heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and is very high in antioxidants with powerful health benefits.
Tubers are the storage organs of some plants. They tend to contain a number of beneficial nutrients.
Potatoes are a very popular food around the world. They are loaded with potassium, and contain a little bit of almost every nutrient we need, including vitamin C.
They are also incredibly fulfilling. One study found that boiled potatoes were by far the most filling of 38 foods that were tested.
48. Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are among the most delicious starchy foods you can eat. They are loaded with antioxidants and all sorts of healthy nutrients.
49. Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is incredibly popular in the natural health community. Studies show that it can help lower blood sugar levels and cause modest weght loss.
It is great to use in salad dressings, and to add flavor to meals.
50. Dark Chocolate
Not only is dark chocolate the most delicious food on this list, but it may also be the healthiest.
Dark chocolate is loaded with magnesium and is one of the most powerful sources of antioxidants in existence.
Let’s look LOGICALLY into what is Naturally Occurring and what isn’t, ok? Your body looks at natural occurring things differently than NOT naturally occurring as we do also. Look at this and you tell me the difference
Naturally Occurring Not Naturally Occurring
So, for thousands of years, humans have eaten naturally occurring foods or foods that turned into other foods, like milk turns into cheese or grapes turn into wine and lived VERY healthy. So, now if we don’t have supplements we are not going to be healthy, right? Wrong. You NEED to eat NATURAL foods.
Tune in to this week’s G2Voice
G2Voice Broadcast 138 – Anti-Nutrition vs Pro-Nutrition!
Sunday, May 5th , 2019
10 AM CST
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