It’s Time for a Food Revolution!

 

For years we’ve been led to believe that disease is just a part of the aging process. Perhaps in the past we didn’t know any better.

In spite of the advances in science, medicine and technology, we as a society are more unwell and overweight than ever before. It’s time for that to change. Enough is enough. It’s time to get smart.

Good health is a choice that you can make today!   The time has come for all of us to wake-up and start our own revolution….the kind that prevents and reverses diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, and cancer . . . .the nutritarian food revolution!

Nutritarian is the word to describe a person who takes an interest in the nutritional quality of their diet. Quite simply, a Nutritarian is a person who strives to eat a diet containing highly nutritious foods.

In a nutshell, a Nutritarian:

  • Eats lots of high-nutrient, natural plant foods: vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts and seeds.
  • Eats fewer animal products and chooses healthier options in this food group.
  • Eats much less or almost no foods that are completely empty of nutrients or toxic for the body such as sugar, white flour and processed foods.

Research shows that people who eat plant-based diets have lower weight, reduced risk of chronic diseases, better nutrient intake, reduced risk of food-borne illnesses, lower exposure to dietary contaminants, and very often, better management of chronic health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.

The change of one person is a transformation –  the change of many is a revolution.

Eat Healthy and Thrive

www.eathealthyandthrive.com

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