Oct, 25

What is a “bad food?”


Every one of us learned the difference between “good” and “bad” when we were still little children.  Why is it then that in our 60’s and 70’s we are still scratching our heads and wondering what the definition of a “bad” food really is?   As a nation, we have appointed health experts, usually doctors and dietitians, from whom we get information on dietary health.  Unfortunately, special interest groups often prevent the release of where a professional’s heart really is when it comes to diet.  So often, fees paid to professional medical groups by questionable food groups, keep them in the dark and us in the doctor's offices.  

Seems everyone wins but us!  

Your familiar with the nutritional drink, Ensure, right?  Doctor and Dietician groups heavily promote this drink and it is referred to as the #1 doctor recommended drink.  But the Ensure Clear product has a misleading label.  It portrays an orange drink with a wedge of apple splashing and more apples leaning on the glass of ensure.  In fact, reading the tiny print on the label more closely details the truth; this product has no apples in it!  The illusion is created that since apples are in this drink, it must be healthy! What else are companies hiding from us?

So many of us dust and vacuum our homes weekly, and make certain that our car oil is changed every 3,000 miles.  We then hand our personal health to a “health professional” whose education is void of nutrition as it relates to fungus.  Simply put, fungi must eat and once they gain access to the inside of us, they can dictate your nutritional habits.  Fungal infections are not rare and fungi must be starved.  If you do nothing else for your health, please really take time and learn about the role of proper (not popular) nutrition.  Once adopted into your lifestyle, you can reserve doctor visits to areas that they really do understand and are able to help you with. 

Be wise and well. 


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