Regardless of who was the father of a disease, the bad diet was certainly its mother
The fewer calories you eat, the longer you live
But be careful! It’s not about getting hungry!! The idea is to provide as much of the nutrients we need as possible in the smallest amount of food, that is, to preserve the highest nutritional density of food. In other words, let’s avoid eating so-called “empty calories”. Fortunately, there is a great way for those who love food and love eating – to be honest, I use this option myself. Well, there are preparations that affect our body in such a way that they trigger genes responsible for longevity – for regeneration, rejuvenation, slowing down the ageing processes. By consuming these preparations we can eat “normal quantities of calories” without worrying that we will get older faster and thus live shorter : )
The oldest cells in our body are 7 years old
Decrease nutrient density of food
Our bodies are overloaded
About 75% of population in Europe dies from cardiovascular disease or cancer today
Cancer’s tsunami is coming
Don’t wait for the diagnosis
What about depression?
If we perceive depression as a disease, it is worth bearing in mind that our eating habits, lifestyle, drugs etc. have a huge impact on our mental condition. In the case of depression, it is particularly important to take care of three aspects, from 6 am to 12 noon:
- wakening up in the early hours of the morning,
- eating a wholesome breakfast (for example, oatmeal or millet groats with fruits, nuts and good quality oil),
- outdoor activities.
These three aspects favor the production of endorphins, presence of which significantly affects our mental condition, willingness to live and a sense of joy.
One gram of prevention is worth as much as a ton of treatment
The choice is yours
Unfortunately, we don’t have an impact on everything, but we have an impact on many things. Even things that seem impossible to us – such as eliminating gluten, dairy or meat – are possible. For now, you have to believe me : ) and soon I hope you will see for yourself. Even if disease actually has a genetic background, which really happens very rarely, with proper nutrition and proper lifestyle, we can always try to stop it, to slow it down, to reduce its symptoms or side effects. In fact, in most cases it is up to us whether we are ill or healthy and realizing that fact is already half of our success. No one else will take care of you better than yourself, so I encourage you to take responsibility for your health and wellbeing. It’s really worth it!!!
That’s all in this article, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me : )