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Whole foods are the best way to get nutrient density into the human body.

“There is always a best way of doing everything.”Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Among the thousands of different whole foods our world provides, each contain most of the nutrients our bodies need.  This means that you could choose just one wholefood and go on a mono-diet for an extended period of time and get all the nutrition you need from that single food.

Whole Foods are the Most Nutrient Dense
Nutrient density is a measure of the amount of nutrients a food contains in comparison to the number of calories. Nutritional electrical frequency that the cells can recognize is what’s important not calories. Whole foods from nature’s table are pure life-force. By eating whole foods, you’ll get all the essential nutrients that you need for vibrant health, including vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, essential fatty acids, fiber and more – without the empty calories.  Foodless foods and lifeless drinks eventually lead to disease.

The Healthiest Foods are Whole Foods
The healthiest foods are whole foods complete with all their rich natural endowment of nutrients. They have not been highly processed nor do they contain synthetic, artificial or irradiated ingredients. The ultimate way to obtain maximum nutrition is to buy “earth friendly grown” foods, since they not only promote your health, but also the health of our planet, from which the whole foods come.

The Healthiest Foods are Readily Available
Although there are many foods that are exceptionally nutritious, many of them are not readily available at all times throughout the year. Whole food is seasonal for good reason.  It’s the way mother nature intended.  The key is to always seek out foods that are ‘in-season’ that are fresh and locally grown.  Find and support your local farmer’s markets and growers.

The Healthiest Foods are Affordable
By supporting your local growers, not only will you benefit from quality, fresh produce that has not been packaged, shipped thousands of miles and stored, but it will save you money by cutting out the middle man.

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