A Fact Of Life
Our bodies are being damaged inside, invisibly and mercilessly, by toxic chemical reactions. Toxic chemical additives and hazardous wastes in our air, water, and food supplies will continue to pervade our living and working environments. These toxins are returning to us in what we eat, drink, and breathe. Thankfully, much of the internal damage they do heals automatically like that cut on your finger. However, when our body in not adequately nourished, it can't neutralize and expel these poisons fast enough. They build up in our body and so does the invisible damage they do. Toxic build-up can severely damage our immune system, leading to illness and disease.
A Fact Of Health
A body that is toxic is like a cut with dirt in it. It is contaminated and may not heal properly. It needs to be cleaned and given the nutrients it needs to disinfect, detoxify, rebuild, and heal itself. Many of us have already recognized the fact of life and have altered our lifestyles to avoid as many chemicals as possible. Some of us have also recognized this fact of health and are being more careful about our nutrition. There is a food source in Nature full of concentrated nutrients that can help our body detox and rebuild our immune system. They are called Living Foods.
Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food"
The Living Food Lifestyle
By adding living foods to your diet on a consistent basis, you can help to improve your overall health. Living foods contain concentrated antioxidants in the form of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, enzymes, and plant pigments. These are "natures protectors" - our first line of defense against free radical damage and toxic build up. Unfortunately, most of the foods we consume are depleted in these essential nutrients. Eating living foods regularly is the best way to heal your body, reverse the damage that has been done and protect against future damage.
Sunflower High in fiber, protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins A, B complex, C, D, and E. Calcium, phosphorous, iron, iodine, potassium, magnesium, zinc, manganese, copper, and chromium. For more information, click here.
Radish High in vitamins A, B-1, B-6, and C, folic and pantothenic acids, niacin, potassium, iron, and phosphorous. For more information, click here.
Pea Chlorophyll, protein, enzymes, and minerals. For more information, click here.
Broccoli The healthiest of all microgreens & sprouts! Vitamins A, B, C, potassium, and the phytochemicals sulforophane indole and isothiocyanate. Research suggests that these phytochemicals may reduce the risk of multiple forms of cancer. For more information, click here.