Eating the right types of foods is not as easy as you might think. What should you eat? When should you eat and why? Why some foods are great and others so destructive? Why is it that what you learned to eat as a child worked then but not anymore? Are you confused yet?
Nutrition- What are dead foods?
Dead foods are foods that are cooked. Any food products that you cook is robbed of most, or all nutrients and therefore have very little nutritional value.
Any food that has no value to you should be on your do not eat list. Fried foods will do you more harm than good.
Any food that has been blanched, pasteurized, baked, boiled, steamed, canned or dried is dead.
Have you ever tried putting your hand in boiling water? Imagine what happens to the life of any living food when it is boiled?
Try this at home for all to see:Put a cooked potato and a raw one on a counter next to each other and let them sit there for a couple of days. The living potato will sprout and continue to live. The cooked one…try it for yourself. Let your kids see what happens. Imagine what happens to any food once it site for a couple of hours in your body? Seeing is believing for many, I always like to see because it remains printed in my mind.
Healthy living foods will help your body grow and give it much more energy. Dead foods will satisfy your hunger, temporarily often taste great. Ever wondered why it taste’s so great?
Learning about how we eat and how food affects your daily life should be as important to you as learning the three R’s in school.
Nutrition should be talked about everyday around your kitchen. Let your kids in on how it works. They will thank you all there lives.
Food for thought.
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Image by yummysmellsca Louise was the first die-hard nutrition, exercise and general health "freak" I ever knew - she ran the gym my parents went to. Not only did she run grueling fitness classes 6 nights a week and keep the small gym open all 7 days, she was a personal trainer and nutritionist! She preached the benefits of spinach, roasted chicory instead of coffee, beet juice and even the notion of this chocolate cake made with PRUNES. At the time, I was a lazy, overweight teenager that lived off of pizza and "real" cake, and I thought she was absolutely nuts! Today, I still think she was a bit nuts, but I'm more like her now than I ever thought possible! I even LIKE exercising! yummysmells.blogspot.com/2009/10/unlikely-story.html
Image by jvansanten A thick, lukewarm gruel of whole wheat, spelt, millet, linseed, and raisins for flavor. The perfect lunch for a cold, dark, rainy day of Stat-Mech studying. This recipe (water + grains 2:1, boil for 5 minutes, tuck in to bed for 2 hours) was popularized by Are Waerland, a Swedish health food advocate active in the 1950s. (And yes, most of his theories were complete quackery. What else did you expect?) Still, this particular dish is a lot tastier than it looks, especially if you top it off with some diced apples and/or yogurt. It's slightly creamier if you crack the grains first, but I lack a grinder of any sort at the moment.
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