Diet as “Health Insurance” by Mercola.com

This has got to be the most biblical approach to health care.  Lifestyle dictates so much of what your health will be.  Thus a Leviticus approach to diet and lifestyle appears in the bible for a reason.  Check out the ever thought provoking article at mercola.com

“You can’t tune into the news today without hearing about rising food prices. But rest assured, by knowing what foods to spend your money on, you can still protect and optimize your health without going bankrupt in the process.

Men’s Health offers a list of 40 nutrient-dense food items—and that’s really the key here. By opting for foods that are rich in vital nutrients, your body can thrive. This will automatically cut down on the inevitable health care costs you’d incur by making foolish dietary choices.

Below is a list of foods rich in nutrients that can help stave off a majority of health problems—foods that really give you lots of value.

As I’ve discussed on numerous occasions, one of the primary risk factors of diseases of all kinds is chronic inflammation in your body. Low inflammation levels and a strong immune system typically go hand in hand, and together these two factors lay the groundwork for robust health.

Some of the foods below are both inexpensive and highly nutritious, while others do cost a bit more but can go a long way toward healing your body of chronic inflammation and boosting your immune system naturally, without resorting to either supplements or drugs.”

From the article:

These 7 Foods are a MASSIVE Waste of Your Money…

at mercola.com

Diet as “Health Insurance”

~ by Majestic on March 30, 2011.

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