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"No problem can be solved by the same kind of thinking that created it." - Albert Einstein

"No learning is acquired by anyone unless he wants to learn it, and believes in some way that he needs it." - A Course in Miracles

The problem with having opinions & beliefs is that nobody can know the truth, or the next level of truth, as long as they think they already know the truth.


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Tuesday, February 05, 2008

What Our Body is Made Of

Our body is a collective community of trillions of individually living cells, and our cells, their outer membranes, and their communication receptors, are literally made of fats, sugars, and proteins. Our body is literally made of what goes into it. It's a "food body". And when we learn just how quickly cells replicate, and how fast the body creates itself anew (approximately every 8-12 months), we come to realize how vitally important it is to provide the body with optimal nutrition every single day.

However, it's extremely important to understand that there are:
Healthy fats (essential fatty acids/lipids/saturated), and unhealthy fats (hydrogenated/trans). Healthy sugars (glyco-/saccharides), and unhealthy sugars (refined/artificial). Healthy proteins (amino acids), and unhealthy proteins (altered by over processing/growth hormones/antibiotics). Healthy carbohydrates (complex/non-starchy), and unhealthy carbohydrates (simple/processed). Healthy cholesterol (HDL), and unhealthy cholesterol (LDL). Healthy vitamins (photosynthesized/carbon-bond/organic), and unhealthy vitamins (chemically made/synthetic/inorganic). Healthy minerals (organic), and unhealthy minerals (inorganic). Healthy salt (sea salt with minerals), and unhealthy salt (refined/table).

Our body and cells require all of the healthy ones in order to function normally, and in a healthy manner, while the unhealthy ones promote cellular stress and disease. In other words, the low fat, low sugar, low cholesterol, and low carb fad diets are all based on an incomplete understanding of nutrition and biology.

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