How You Can Get Nutrition for Life
Nutrition for life is fundamental to our very existence. It’s the fundamental building block to helping us look better, feel better and live longer.
If you want to be able to prevent, avoid, combat or reverse lifestyle diseases, you need good nutrition, for a lifetime. Exercise is also needed, but exercise on its own will not work without a proper, healthy diet and good nutrition.
If you want to lose weight and keep it off, you need to lose weight naturally and healthily – you need nutrition for life. Nutrition is not something to get only from one meal. It will be of no use because cooking is not a job you ever retire from. We need nutrition for the rest of our lives.
Food is meant to be really good for us. When we eat good food, we enjoy the occasion; it gives us pleasure and joy.
They say a hungry man is an angry man. Well, I say that a good food-filled man is a fulfilled man.
So, don’t you think you should be cooking nutrient-packed foods in such a way that makes you and your family happy and satisfied, provides the nutrients you need, and protects you from diet-related and lifestyle diseases?
Of course, yes!
Retaining Nutrition in Cooking
Nutrition for life is about learning what cooking methods ones cause loss of nutrients, and which are good at helping you to retain nutrients in your foods being cooked.
Before that though, you need to understand how you may be unconsciously losing a lot of nutrients in your meals just by the way you prepare and cook your foods.
If you are peeling certain foods, boiling, steaming vegetables, cooking with too much added fats and oils or microwaving; you may be unconsciously losing a lot of the nutrition in your foods or family meals your prepare.
Modern medicine encourages trying to alleviate symptoms of diseases rather than prevention through a proper healthy diet. Doctors also base their practice around prescribing drugs and medication to try treating symptoms, as opposed to the cause of the health problem.
Doctors receive very little training and teaching on nutrition while training as doctors!
And most of these medications have side effects that can cause more havoc! Doesn’t it make much more sense to prevent diseases with nutrition (natural medicine), and reverse diseases or repair your body with nutrition?
Look Better, Feel Better
Nutrition for life is about applying ways of getting proper nutrition in our diets so that we can effectively and greatly lower risks of contracting any diseases.
You also want to be able to eat and just enjoy your foods, without worrying about calories. Not just for one meal but for life, right?
Therefore you can relax knowing that when you cook for yourself and your family, and retain nutrition in the foods, you have prepared them natural medicine!
Imagine how good that would feel? Imagine what sort of satisfaction you get from it? You’re in charge!
Imagine how you feel when your husband or partner is healthy and his skin glowing; your daughter is sharp and intelligent; your son is naturally brainy and full of energy and vibrant; and you, are full of energy, can climb anything, looking forward to climbing mountains with your grand-children later in life, knowing you can and will be able to! Picture yourself swimming in the pool with the grandkids while all on a wonderful holiday together!
Preventing Lifestyle Diseases
The key to lifestyle diseases is PREVENTION. Period.
Artery blockages for instance, up to a certain percentage can be reversed by diet. Though, once artery blockage is very high, the person in question will need a heart by-pass surgery. If you are at risk of any of these diseases or already suffer from any, your key to getting better is also to be getting good nutrition from your foods.
What you eat is important, but how you cook it is equally as important!
Nutrition for life is the key to healthy, natural and permanent weight loss, not being tired constantly, premature aging, preventing, reversing and repairing untold symptoms from all sorts of lifestyle diseases.
The information here is for general guidance only.
Talk to your doctor before making any changes to your diet and lifestyle.