Diversify to Fortify
Almost all of us are aware of the primary components of food nutrition (fats, carbohydrates and proteins). Perhaps you've even heard of enzymes, which are critical in the digestion process. And of course, there are vitamins and minerals, for which there is a recommended daily allowance.
What you might not know is that the proper functioning of the human body and metabolism requires 72 (SEVENTY TWO!) trace elements. Sounds like a lot, eh? Guess how many are found in adequate amount in today's agriculturally produced foods? I'll give you a hint. It's barely a double digit number.
On a separate, but related note, I've gotten interested in transforming my experience of going out/dancing/socializing. The question I'm asking myself is: "What food, super-food or combination thereof could I consume that would give me the kind of free flowing energy that we mostly turn to alcohol, caffeine or chemical to experience?"
Good news! I've found an ancient (now called super) food source packed with protein & vitamins as well as some trace minerals that I haven't been getting. And a really interesting thing has happened. Besides an increase in mind clarity and body energy, my appetite is changing. I notice that when I have a serving in the morning, I have an experience I've rarely had in this lifetime...the feeling of being, truly, deeply, completely, sated! Full. Done. Wow! It's as if a craving I didn't know I had was satisfied.
Take a look at the right hand column for more details. And, don't take my word for it. Go out there and find a food (super or otherwise) that you haven't tried yet and give it a go for a week. Surprise your body. Nourish it from outta left field and experience the feedback! I'd love to hear how it goes.
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3 Things To Consider:
- For a whole lot more on trace minerals in an easily readable format, click here
- Interestingly, some heavy metals that we normally associate with poisoning (lead, mercury, etc.) are actually also essential to our health and well-being. Of course, due to industrial pollution, we've got more than enough in our bodies already.
- Spirulina has been a food source for civilizations as far flung as the 9th Century Kanem Empire in modern day Chad and the Aztec's of modern day Mexico.
"When I committed to 6 months of coaching with Matthew, I was all about the weight loss. In reality, I got a whole lot more than I bargained for. I feel highly attuned to what my body needs now: what kills my energy, what makes me feel full of vitality and now make choices in line with that, rather than choosing quick fix foods with no nutritional value to sooth my moods - I'm off that rollercoaster! I feel peaceful about my body and who I am." - S.W. - London, England