You may be wondering about all of the free radicals and toxins I was talking about in this article. Well, you’ll find that a few of those are questions I’ll answer shortly. Today, let me be a little more specific about how dangerous these free radicals and toxins are. industrialized countries consume massive amounts of Fake Food (junk food) and assume that free radicals and toxins don’t exist in real food.
To answer the question above, one of your primary threats from these toxic exogenous molecules are the free radicals and free radicals that are created when your body takes the food you ate and processes it, only to have it later re-processed and made into fake foods and chemicals that have toxic effects on your body instead. These may be caused by a poor diet, inactivity, or even something that used to be in your body is now out, as the vaccines. Fake foods and chemicals may be creating a fake immune system so people are sick, tired, constipated, etc. leading you to be sicker, more susceptible to colds, flu, and other preventable diseases. Even if you eat mostly natural, unprocessed foods, you are still susceptible since most of the organs and bodily functions, and the body’s cells areMultiplexediotic at the cellular level.
To elaborate: Your body is composed of millions of cells. Each cell is like an individual little factory with an affinity to your body. For your body to operate efficiently, each cell has to be operating at peak efficiency, or high degrees. It stands to be of utmost importance that each cell gets what it needs, or the whole is not pulled together and operating at a loss. The quality of each chemical, mineral, and vitamin, is determined by the quality of the whole. So the more the merrier, as the saying goes.
To operate at peak efficiency, your cells must have the proper nutrients and the right environment. The walls of your cells; the communication walls are primarily composed of biochemicals that are the building blocks of the cellular process. These chemicals consist of your hormones, digestive enzymes, and neurotransmitters. These are the proteins, vitamins, and minerals that are needed to supply your cells with the chemical, minerals and vitamins they require to faithfully perform their job.
Although your body produces the natural vitamins and minerals themselves, you have to make sure you are ingesting the ones your body uses in the best way possible. For instance, a lack of vitamin niacin causes you to experience muscle pain, fatigue, and severe depression. The B-vitamins help to regulate your blood sugar levels and help to form red blood cells. Don’t you want to make sure you are getting the right ones and balance them to match your diet and lifestyle?
As a cell grows, new proteins are being created. By combining the necessary nutrients, protein is made. Adequate protein is a requirement to maintain a healthy body. Protein is abundant, that is, of the vegetal, and the animal species. Therefore, vegetarians and vegans need to take in a RARELY diet of eggs, milk and cheese. Most of the protein you get in your diet should come from whole plant foods such as grains, beans, nuts and seeds.
It is very easy to take in enough protein you need, but you have to balance it with the rest of the calories you eat. That is, you need to eat more carbohydrates, and fats, to offset the fact that you will be eating less protein. For example, if you need 2000 mg of protein per day, you can only get that amount or 2000mg, either by eating meat, dairy products, or the many grain products. Not only should you eat meat and dairy products to maximize your protein intake, but you need to also eat nuts, seeds, and grains to balance this out.
Eating meats and dairy products are perfectly fine, but also realize that these foods contain vitamin A and other vitamins that you can’t eggs, cheese and milk to replace. By planning out your diet you can easily ensure that you are getting all the required vitamins and minerals your body requires. All you need to do is pay attention to the foods you eat, and the vitamins and minerals you need and adjust accordingly.
A good way to learn more about your daily nutritional needs, and the foods that will best supply your body with what it needs, is to speak with your nutritionist. They will be able to create a program specific to your needs and give you tips to help you stick to it.