Health in your plate
- Date : 10 Jan 2016
HEALTH IN YOUR PLATE
THERE are many health books and contradictory or even outlandish theories. Here's a way to feed developed by the Hippocrates Institute in Florida and has been proven beyond doubt, for over 40 years.
Eating foods that have been grown in good soil, free of chemicals. The organic foods are actually a bit more expensive, but largely worth cutting down on other expenses to pay for what should not be seen as a luxury but as a necessity.
60% of green shoots and green raw vegetables and 15% of different colored vegetables should fill your plate.
Eat them raw to take advantage of their enzymes and oxygen contained in the green foods.
Limit foods cooked at 20% of the total weight ingested. Vegetables can be cooked to the soft steam, baked winter squash, and sweet potatoes and the alkaline grains such as teff, amaranth, millet, quinoa and buckwheat are lightly cooked in the hot water shortly after germinated, if possible.
The fruit ripened on the tree in season should be 5 to 15% of your diet. One or two fruits a day, preferably at sunrise (the fruits should be eaten only by healthy people, because sugar, even the fruit, feeds the cancer cells, fungi, fungus, viruses, bacteria, etc.).
Consume large green juice glasses, made from young shoots of sunflower and buckwheat, arugula, alfalfa, kale, green pea sprouts, mustard, onions, radishes, spinach and all dark green leafy vegetables, which are full of chlorophyll and therefore oxygen. A cancer cell contains more oxygen. Hence the importance of eating a lot of green in the form of raw vegetables and their juices.
Once a day, eat a dish of grain or sprouted pulses (even if you cook them then) as a source of energy .L'amarante, millet, quinoa. Teff is topping the list, followed buckwheat, kamut, rye and spelled. The best sources of energy are among the legume chickpeas and peas. Sprouted mung beans and adzukis beans are excellent sources of minerals.
Every two days, eat a handful of nuts or raw seeds: soaked almonds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame or other nuts except peanuts and cashews.
Eat them separately grains and legumes. These foods are a good source of essential fatty acids and amino acids
Soak and germinate all seeds, cereals, legumes and raw nuts before eating or cooking them, to facilitate digestion and eliminate toxic substances in the seeds and the enzyme inhibitors present in nuts.
Add lots of raw garlic in your salads and fresh juices, as it is a natural antiseptic.
Consume lots of raw seaweed fresh water and salt water.
To empty the stomach and activate digestion, drink chili water sprinkled cayenne 30 minutes before meals.