Why is it important to eat well? Because health is the most valuable thing in the world, it’s important to take care of it and give it all that attention.
All of the functions in our bodies, from our smallest fingers to our brains, are dependent on what food we eat each day. The question is, do the foods we eat give us the energy to carry out our daily activities? A healthy diet is essential for our bodies to function well and be resilient to illnesses (increasingly aggressive in recent years), stress, and other external factors. Everyone wants a long, happy life. Let’s all enjoy our achievements together, with our spouses, children, and grandchildren.
In the past, food provided the nutrition we needed, kept us healthy, and protected us against stress and diseases. Today, things are very different. Humanity has been affected by nutritional deficiencies in an age where everything is moving at lightning speed. Numerous scientists have found that nearly half of all the diseases facing humanity today are caused by a deficient diet. Worse, these diseases are becoming more common at an ever younger age.
These diseases include diabetes, heart disease, hypotension, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune diseases and chronic fatigue syndrome. These diseases, combined with oxidative stresses, can cause havoc in the body.
It may seem strange that people started to alter the nutritional and beneficial properties of food, giving them all sorts of “treatments”, but they didn’t consider the effects they would have on human bodies. We ended up stripping the food of the most nutritious and delicious things it contained, and it was left with only taste, and no nutrients, vitamins, or minerals. The modern man must then find the remaining nutritional supplements. He will need to supplement his diet with artificial supplements. Unfortunately, science has shown that people need less calories and more nutrients as they age.
Another important aspect that should not be overlooked is the large-scale application of pesticides, chemicals fertilizers, and artificial fertilizers to vegetable, fruit, and grain crops. These chemicals are what happens? These chemicals don’t end up on our plates. It appears so. Their effects on the body’s mechanisms are really devastating. The effects can be felt long-term through the development of digestive disorders and gastric illnesses, as well as a decrease in average life span.
It would be nice if chemicals were only found in food, but water, soil, and air are full of chemical products and residues.
Every day we are bombarded with advertisements at every street corner. Fast food restaurants are full of fried foods, “intoxicating”, smells, and carbonated drinks with multiple E’s. I smile from the glass.
We are all exposed to toxic chemicals from all sides. It is not surprising that our health is not at its best.
In these circumstances, the only way to fix the situation is to replace the nutrition we don’t have and the bland, empty food with a healthy diet rich in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. This is the return of man back to nature and the goodness it has to offer.
Is it because they are sick that most people react to illness and then return to a healthy lifestyle?
Negligence or carelessness in nutrition intake can lead to nutritional imbalances that can lead to obesity and malnutrition. These diseases reduce the body’s resistance, and implicitly increase the risk of developing other diseases like heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Aren’t we happier, healthier, and lighter without the extra weight? What good is it to have something that doesn’t serve us? We are in a vicious cycle, and only a balanced diet rich in nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and fibers can rescue us.
They say that you are what your eat. How we think, how we sleep, and even how we love is directly affected by what we eat.
Our diet should be varied and include as many different products as possible. This includes fruits, vegetables, whole grains as well as seeds, fish, and so forth. Because all nutrients and goodness are in the raw food, they must be natural and less processed. We can’t all eat raw food, but steamed vegetables and fish keep all the nutrients intact while retaining the flavor.
While many claim it is expensive and difficult to eat well and cannot afford it, is it really more important than our health? Let’s take a moment to reflect on what is important to us. Do we really need to invest in quality food so that we can live the best moments of our lives?
It is better to avoid than to embrace nature and all it has to offer in its natural state. Let’s embrace it and take advantage of all that nature has to offer us. It’s easier to avoid and pay more attention to what is happening in our bodies and on our plates, than to spend money on doctors hoping for miracle cures.