Friday, June 10, 2011

Is Your Food Nutritious and Toxins Free

The food and water we consume, and the air we breathe are the basic elements that determine our health. Our efforts to ensure they are of the highest quality, unfortunately, has not been successful.

Compared to the early 1900's, current soil under cultivation has lost about 85% of the minerals, trace mineral and micronutrients that give farm produce the nutrients and vitamins we need to build healthy and strong bodies. Beyond this, the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides have introduce several toxins into our food supply.


Antibiotics, sulfa drugs and hormones given to farm animals to make them more marketable have introduced chemicals into our meat, pork, poultry and fish supply that are making us sick and overweight. 


We cannot go back to farming as it was done in the early 1900's. Mechanized farming that depletes the soil's minerals, and puts pesticides and herbicides on our foods, and feed farm animals with antibiotics and hormones is here to stay if we are to adequately provide food for the increasing population of the world.


It's depressing to know we can do nothing, at least in the near future, to stop the loss of minerals and trace minerals in the soil, and the introduction of toxins into our food supply, but everything is not lost. 


We can compensate for the loss of nutrients in our foods with dietary supplements, and detox our bodies with natural substances that cleanse the body of toxins to allow our internal organs to do the job they are meant to do to keep us healthy and strong.



For best results choose dietary products that help with weight management and cleanse your body of toxins, while at the same time replenishing your body with essential nutrients and hydration.

For more detail on the effects of the toxins in our nutritionally bankrupt foods and things you can do to protect your family, read these articles: Toxins In Food, and Does Food influence Your Immune System, and also Proper Nutrition.

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