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Basic Guidelines for Preparing Healthy Food
« on: June 08, 2010, 03:47:23 PM »
Avoid foods that contain Additives and Artificial Ingredients.

Increase consumption of  raw  produce. Fruits and vegetables must be eaten raw if possible. All enzymes and most vitamins are extremely sensitive to heat  and are usually  destroy in the cooking  process. The most  healthfull  fruits and vegetables are those that grown organically without  the use of  insecticides, herbicides,  artificial  fertilizer or grown stimulating chemicals.

Avoid overcooking of food.
Barbecue meat  seem to pose the worst health  threat. When burning fat drip into an open flame, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon ( PAH)- dangerous carcinogens  are  formed . Even brown or burned bread crust contain a  variety  of carcinogenic substances.

Use the proper cooking utensil.
When preparing  foods ,use only glass, stainless steel or iron pots and pans. Do not use aluminum cookware utensil. It produce a substance that neutralizes the digestive juices leading to acidosis and ulcers. Aluminum is absorbed  by the body where it accumulates  in the brain and nervous  system  tissue. 

Limit use of salt.
Excesive  sodium intake can cause fluid to be retain in the tissues, which can lead to hypertension and can aggravate many medical disorder  including congestive  hearth   failure, certain form of kidney disease and premenstrual  syndromes ( PMS).Stay away from process food which often contain excessively high amount of sodium.

Prescription for Nutritional  Healing  by Phyllis A. Balch - CNC
« Last Edit: October 04, 2010, 05:18:43 PM by ruben »

Basic Guidelines for Preparing Healthy Food
« on: June 08, 2010, 03:47:23 PM »
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Re: Basic Guidelines for Preparing Healthy Food
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2011, 10:26:01 PM »
Always get fruits and vegetables on your diet and you'll end up a healthy person.


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