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October 04, 2020
Do you know that 92% of people suffer from at least one nutritional deficiency? And that even eating a healthy well balanced diet isn't enough to stop you from being on the wrong side of that statistic.
There are a number of reasons why nutritional deficiencies are so prevalent, and growing at a rapid rate. These include -
It may be seem strange to ask a question such as what is the purpose of food? But it's a valid question as over the years it seems we've come to place much more attention on food as a source of entertainment and energy.
Both are valid, but there is more to it.
Food gives us energy, but enzymes, vitamins and minerals are the building blocks that enable our bodies to use that energy to keep us alive and healthy.
We have over 10 trillion cells in our body which are replaced every 7 years (with the exception of brain cells). After each new cell is generated, your body must synthesise DNA to programme these cells. But DNA synthesis isn't possible without the proper amount of over 90 essential nutrients, which include enzymes, vitamins and minerals.
We need food to provide these - but even if we do consume all these essential nutrients, does that always mean that our body can absorb and make use of them? The simple answer is - no.
Unfortunately our ability to absorb minerals and vitamins declines with
So, we not only have to consume over 90 essential nutrients to remain healthy, we also need to do what we can to improve our bodies ability to absorb them.
Are you starting to see why 92% of people are malnourished and nutrient deficient to at least some extent, even when they eat plenty, and even when they feel that they are doing a good job of including a well balanced diet in their pursuit of good health.
It may seem like an uphill battle to stay healthy, but it's certainly preferable to the alternative. It totally sucks to be sick, battle disease - or see the people we love enduring poor health and deterioration.
Today we have an alarming number of people who are tired, sick, stressed, not able to think clearly, overweight, and dying prematurely.
By 2035 -
So, how do we and the people we care about avoid nutritional deficiency without having to jump through hoops, or create a rod for our back?
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