"A shortage of protective food in the diet may not cause clear signs of illness, but people living on such badly-balanced diets exists only on the margin of good health and never attain that physical and mental well-being which is necessary for the proper enjoyment of full health with a keen mind and vigorous body."-F. Daniel
Berries, fruit, grains, nuts and vegetables that has seeds to reproduce the plant eaten raw and fresh from where they grow and a large variety of them has all of the medication our bodies need for every known and unknown condition. One of our problems is few of us eat more than 50 different foods per year including flesh, an emergency food for man, and most of them are cooked which takes away from the health properties of them. By eating that our bodies will have everything it needs for maintaining its proper balance of nutrients needed for a balanced health state.
Hello, The0NatureBoy, you are welcomed. I can almost agree with you. Many people eat these berries, and vegetables that have seeds like watermelon and cucumbers but discard the seeds, the most beneficial part of the items. Others eat the seeds, nuts, and grains but in a refined state thinking that at this stage, the foodstuff is more nutritious and healthy.
A professor A. Stewart Trustwell on a field study among the Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert saw the local natives eating more than 80 differing plant grains, fruit, nuts, seeds, and vegetables from time to time. This he concludes gave the health advantage over western diet. But once or twice in a week add meat or fish to they plant meals.
Thank you for commenting and weighing in.
Most people lack greens in their balance diet. My new work, is microgreens as health is wealth. About 63% of people in North America will die of either heart dieses or cancer. Since health is the first ABC in life. I stay away from cooking, for cooking burns much of the nutrition out of the food. I prefer delicious greens and fruit into smoothie or eaten raw.
Hello, Castlepaloma, really true indeed. F. Daniel further told the world that cooking destroys many micronutrients in the diet. Eating vegetables and fruit fresh is great. But some greens carried germs unknown to the eater. So, these should be carefully washed and soaked in a dilute salt solution for a few minutes before eating. If ever, greens are to be cooked, it must be soaked in boil water for only a minute to open up the pores and make the search edible for digestion.
Greens contain lots of vitamin C, phytonutrients, and mineral matters that help boost the immune system. In addition, help the intestines to move the action for a healthy bowel. Thank you for commenting and weighing in, in particular, that "health is the ABC in life." Have a nice time.
Look into microgreens on the internet, they are more nutritious than their mature vegetables counter parts.
I buy 100% organic seeds and my whole process is very easy to grow and stays 100% organic, no GMO or pesticides from seed to harvest. All farmed from inside my home.
Very interesting you said "All farmed from inside my home", Castlepaloma, because the most popular weed killer, RoundUp, will enter the soil and into any plants close to where the are sprayed.
Especially no weeding. From 2 - 20'x10' trays you can hardest twice a week (2 pounds). Growing 60 trays a week at $25 a pounds. This is an easy, healthy living.
Hello, Castlepolama, could you shed more light on this? And thank you.
You can grow microgreens anywhere in the world, maybe on Mars. I grow microgreens and produce art to pay my bills and health first.
Go to Chrome or goggle and type in
YouTube Microgreens... Add in names like
And my favorite, John- John interviews many microgreens urban farmers.
I get my organic seeds from Mumm's in Sask Canada, best prices and guality. Don't know in your area, yet you can figure that out.
Hello, Castlepaloma, thank you and you are welcomed. My area is Nigeria and I will do my best to check microgreen Nigeria. Although I added sprouts to my dish, microgreens will take a greater part onwards. Enjoy the mid-week, and thanks again.
Hello, Castlepolama, this is really graet. Organic seeds, nuts, fruits, and vegetables are the best. Thanks for weighing in.
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