By now, you probably know that what you eat has a profound
impact on your health. The mantra, “You are what you eat” is
But you need to consider not only WHAT you buy, but how you
Eating most of your food raw is ideal. But most of us are
not going to be able to accomplish a completely raw diet,
and we’ll end up cooking some percentage of our food.
Smart food preparation starts with high quality foods and
food preparation and that means saying sayonara to your
microwave oven.Need to sterilize a dishcloth? Use your
microwave. But zapping your casserole is a BAD idea if you
are interested in preparing healthy food.
Why the no nukes policy?
When it comes to microwave ovens, the price for convenience
is to compromise your health. In this article, I will review
what we know about the effects microwaves on your food and
on your body.
Sad State of Our Soils
Over the past century, the quality of fresh food has
declined due to soil depletion, unsustainable farming
practices, overproduction of crops, and the use of
pesticides and herbicides. You can no longer assume you’re
getting all of the vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and
phytonutrients you need by eating a multitude of fresh
produce—even if you’re eating organically.
Not surprisingly, a calorie today will provide you less
nutrition than a calorie from 100, or even 50 years ago.
Three recent studies of historical food composition have
shown 5 to 40 percent declines in some of the minerals in
fresh produce, and another study found a similar decline in
our protein sources.
So now, more than ever, you must be careful to maximize the
“bang for your buck” when it comes to the foods you eat.
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