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The importance of food on health

If you wish to have good quality of life, radiant help and literally be the best you can be, you must learn to balance all aspects of your psychophysiological wellbeing. This means that apart from effectively controlling your thoughts and emotions – you must also ensure that you have highly effective daily routine that will encompass all aspects of your being. In so doing, you will rigorously follow a structured routine of powerful mind conditioning, healthy nutrition, water intake, sleep, relaxation, cardio vascular and energy generation exercises. In previous blogs, I have written extensively about about ways to condition your mind and here, we’ll focus on more physical aspects of your being. The first thing that springs to mind is food and much was written about it, but in essence food is a glorified form of energy, which facilitates correct biochemical processes in your body, such as: correct cellular reproduction and neurological information exchange. And for that reason you should carefully select the right diet for your age, metabolic efficiency, bodily constitution and lifestyle and there is no such a thing, as one diet fits all.

This means that you may have heard from your friends about amazing results that he/she has had with a certain types of diets, which you have quite possibly tried, but with little or no success. This could be the fact that you are metabolising food differently and also, we are all coded differently and therefore you should carefully observe your daily food intake and whether it resonates with you or not. The only way to reach this level of awareness is to become highly sensitive to your own thoughts, emotions and overall mind/body connection. If you are novice in this field, the best way to start is to “feel” the effect of certain foods on your overall system. The most important thing to observe is how you feel after you have eaten any foods. Do they energise you or make you feel light and strong? Or do they make you sluggish, bloated, heavy and weak? Or quite possibly combination of both? If latter, you must then filter this process further, until you know what is working for you and what isn’t. This can be daunting task if you are not used to it, but if you persist, you will master this process and will become much better at it and that will help you chose the best diet, that will suit your chosen lifestyle. If you’re very active and you are moving about all day, you must adjust your diet to reflect your daily energy consumption. The same applies when you have sedentary lifestyle and what works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for the other and therefore you must know what foods will help you feel energised and “light”.

It is a well known fact that greens (vegetables of all sorts) are the best sources of nutrients, particularly if they are grown organically. Because in their raw states, they contain higher mineral and live enzymes values. Virtually all chronic degenerative diseases are caused by chronic digestive problems, which derive from overly processed and cooked foods. These types of foods pass through the digestive track more slowly than the raw foods, hence they ferment in the intestinal track and produce poisonous waste. In so doing, they’re effectively “killing” live enzymes, which are found in the raw foods and their primary responsibility is to facilitate the breakdown of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Therefore the liver, pancreas, stomach and intestines must come to the rescue and furnish the requisite digestive enzymes to complete this process. This extra activity can be detrimental to your health and longevity, because it continually taxes the energy reserve of your organs. So the solution is to incorporate in your daily nutrition at least 40% of fresh vegetables and fruits, because they will help you achieve greater chemical balance. In so doing, your inner organs will dispense less of their metabolic energy when processing foods, hence longer rest periods to recover and replenish.

healthy fats and sugars, minerals, electrolytes, healthy diet, nutrients,The importance of food on healthY51aFguqRcGTgsYRYBXV 20140104 085932In here we are talking about correct balancing of your body’s chemistry by effectively controlling its acidity v. alkalinity levels and pathogen build up that is necessary for your good intestinal health and metabolic efficiency. So when you learn to balance your Ph levels in your blood, you will control the pathogen build up at the sub cellular level and with that your overall health and wellbeing. The key indicators of your effective pathogen control is tighter abdomen (no bloating), higher energy, better quality of sleep, good mental focus and more importantly minimised infections, flu, various forms of inflammations, digestion issues etc… Sugar is the key contributor to pathogen formation and its overpopulation and in the next blogs, I will provide more information on the dangers that excessive sugar consumption causes to your health.

In the last twenty or so years, food manufacturers have heavily stigmatised fats, as the key culprits for all possible health problems. Fats provide essential fatty acids, which are not produced by the body and are therefore only available from food. The essential fatty acids are linoleic and linolenic acids. They are important for controlling inflammation, blood clotting and brain development. In addition to this there are saturated, trans, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. As you know, you should consume only smaller amounts of saturated fats and ideally no more than 5% of your overall daily calorie intake. You may of course chose to consume more and that’s your choice, because some studies have confirmed that increased consumption of these fats will not contribute toward obesity. Quite on the contrary, due to their molecular density, they will fill you up quicker. However, saturated fats from coconut oil will help you fight pathogens, which often lead to indigestion and impaired immune system, hence these fats must be consumed daily. Trans fats from fast foods must be avoided at all costs and should only be consumed periodically. Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are so called staple diet fats and you will find them in majority of raw foods, such as nuts, avocados, olives, natural peanut butter, olive, fatty fish, sesame and flaxseed oils etc… As you know, these fats should represent great majority of your daily fat intake.

Again the trick is to eat as many raw and unprocessed foods as is possible. This is of course almost impossible in this day and age, but that should be your ultimate aim and in our courses we put a lot of emphasis on this dietary routine. However, one thing that you must avoid at all costs or minimise as much as possible is “white stuff”. This is all your processed sugars, flour, rice, pasta, white bread and other highly processed produce. The main reason is that those products in their manufacturing phase were completely depleted from their key nutrients, such as minerals and enzymes and therefore they have no nutritional value. When ingested, they’re highly pathogenic and acidic, because they provide “ideal” foods for pathogens and they also require enormous amount of water in their breakdown, which ultimately affects your chemical balance. In addition, the overly consumption of these products leads to inflammation, because they contribute toward further reduction of HDL or good cholesterol, which protects you from heart disease. White sugar is by far the leading element in this process and you must find the way to eliminate it from your daily intake if at all possible. Sugar is seldom needed by your body, because it represents instant energy, which metabolises very quickly and if not used immediately, it gets stored in the energy deposits in your body. This is the point of concern, because in so doing, it changes the optimal chemical balance at the sub cellular level and that makes you more acidic and water deficient.

On the other hand, healthy fats provide natural shield/protection against pathogens, which are the main culprits for all known diseases and disorders inclusive of cancer. They work on the basis of enveloping the cellular membrane, which enables better water retention (hydration), hence optimal electrolyte minerals exchange for proper functioning of your body and metabolism. As such it’s wise to consume moderate quantities of “friendly” fats on a daily basis, because they will enable you to feel “energised”. On the other hand, you must ensure that you consume as little processed sugars as possible, because they have an adverse effect on the mineral structure of your body, hence destabilisation of your bodily chemistry and with it your connection from within. This clearly affects your cognitive processes by making you overly externalised, as well as fearful and stressed. Because it severs your conscious awareness and emotional sensitivity from your inner guidance and intuitive faculties.
As seen from above, we are extremely complex beings and therefore, we need to know how we function from within in order to maximise our experiences in life. If you would like to know more about our programme and how we can help you, please get in touch with me on info@myespritsain.com or you may call me on my mobile 07984001228 for our FOC tasters, which will start in Jan 2017 in selected venues around Nottingham, Derby and other locations in the East Midlands. I look forward to hear from you.

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