Sunday, October 30, 2011

Day 30 Step 30 A Real Diet

This diet comes to me by way of my health researcher friend and RN from Australia that I have mentioned throughout the 31 days.  Aside from the fact that I am on my last day and tomorrow is wrap up I will post this diet and continue to bring new and informational posts when I can.
I try to think about what Jesus ate way back when and it was mostly vegetables, nuts, grains, potatoes, fish, maybe and meat very seldom as that was a luxury item.  They did not have convenience stores, grocery stores or big mega stores like we do. They bought fresh, local and they farmed and grew their own food.  They probably swapped and bartered with one another just to survive.  Every day it wasn't what was I going to wear that day, or what shall I do to have fun, or where will the road take me was how am I going to feed my family and survive today.  This living "organically" day to day I am sure was stressful, but they worked hard and ate what little they had and maybe some days did without.  Their classroom was the earth.  Their book for learning was years of experience.  Their lessons they passed on for generations.  How did we get so far from it?
The odds are against you if you live where you can not get organic, or funds are limited unless you can grow food yourself and the fact we are faced with times and a world that really does not seem to support this type of plan.  It is more about quick, convenient and marketing.  It will seem like going against the norm, and until we call for the change it will remain. Building up a plan based on real science which will give you a strong route forward is the kind of diet that will give you, me, us the best course of action for our bodies to survive the elements we face every day.....unlike our brothers and sisters of Jesus day who had a much purer environment.  I am sure they dealt with their own.
1. Clean your liver:
2. Prepare yourself:  Boost your immune system, Increase Omega 3 levels, Consider the latest research, Cut animal fats, saturated fats and fried foods.
3. Eat to beat Cancer:  The Rainbow Diet bases it's diet on foods like
fresh garlic, leeks, onions, spring onions and radishes, legumes, peas and broad beans, glycoproteins and polysaccharides like aloe vera, echinacea, turmeric, pectins (apples/pears), oats, psyllium, coconut, tomatoes, carrots, brown rice, even red wine and mother's milk contain important protective factors that encourage better messaging between cells.  Medicinal Mushrooms like Reishi, Maitake, Cordyceps which are beta-glucan polysaccharides.  Eat dark red foods like beets, dark plums, red grapes which provide anthocyanins known to kill cancer.  Bright colored foods like red and yellow peppers, peaches, apricots, watermelon.  Greens like kale, spinach, broccoli, cabbage for vitamin K.  Sprouting seeds and unpasteurized nuts.  Bitter foods like watercress, gooseberries, cranberries, blackberries, wild strawberries.  Or almonds, cashew nuts, millet, buckwheat and apricot kernels all of which contain a variety of natural compounds like B-17.
Green tea and olive oil, fennel, oregano will kill yeasts and boost immune systems.
Switch out of cows milk to goat cheese or rice, or coconut milk.  Swap red meat for wild game that has fed itself and oily fish.
4. Diet alone won't suffice  mostly because of our environment.  Try to exercise for about 30 minutes and strenuous forms of yoga.  It will add oxygen into your body, reduce levels of toxins and rebalance hormones.
Adding supplements also can add into what our foods have eliminated.
One more day and we will wrap this up.  Hope this has been helpful.

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