That which we eat, or put into your body affects all of your organs and tissues, and affects our physical health. A wrong diet greatly hinders mental and physical efficiency. An improper diet not only injures our bodies, but keeps our minds from functioning as well as they should. For example, an intemperate man cannot be a patient man.

Increasing raw fruits and vegetables according to some research will greatly improve digestion health and vitality. Three to five servings of fruits and three to five servings of vegetables are generally recommended.

According to the CDC, benefits of healthy diets rich in fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of cancer and other chronic diseases. This diet also provides essential vitamins and minerals, fiber, and other substances that are important for good health.

There was an original diet given to man and if we can get as close to it as possible we may see some remarkable improvements in health. There is a saying that says we are what we eat. Lets eat healthy to get healthy.

Do not study, or do heavy work or vigorous exercise immediately after a meal. Both the blood and brain power are needed in aiding in its digestion. When the meal is completed, go outside and take a short walk, with your head erect and your shoulders back. This light exercise will greatly help your digestion.

When you sit down to a meal, take time to eat. Chew your food slowly, and do not crowd in a treat variety of food at one meal. The benefit derived from food depends less on the quantity eaten than on how thoroughly it was masticated and digested. The amount of time the food is in the mouth and how well it is chewed are both very important to thoroughly digestion. In order to do this effectively, it is necessary to eat your food slowly.

Find out more through our lectures, workshops, trainings and some of the books we carry. Reach out to us, we’d be happy to address your group, congregation or your friends and family.

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June 2020

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