We have seen firsthand how what we eat affects the way we feel. We have witnessed our lives change as we transitioned to eating real food. We came off medications. We felt, looked, slept, and moved better. Our skin cleared up. Our waistlines became smaller. We once again felt like we were in our prime. The power of food has the ability to change our whole world. We only wish more people understood the power of food in relation to our health. So often for the sake of so-called convenience or enjoyment of food, nourishing food is forsaken for fast food, and homemade meals and traded for microwavable ones. Can you imagine what would happen if our nation truly understood the benefits of eating real food? What would happen to our obesity rates, our chronic illness statistics, our overweight children, mental and behavioral disorders, stress levels, and the general wellbeing of the population? What step will you take today to share this information with those you love?
“Nutrition changed my life. I could even say that nutrition probably saved my life. But it would be more accurate to say that nutrition gave me life… a life that I want to spend enthusiastically educating others about the power of food.
Did you know that food has the power to do the following?
1. Diet changes can reverse tooth decay and cavities
Oral health begins in your kitchen, not at the dentist! Dr. Weston Price, a dentist in the 1930’s who traveled the world to discover the secrets of healthy people, found that nutrient-rich diets dictated oral health. Cultures adhering to the traditional, local diets of their ancestors had almost no tooth decay, even though they didn’t practice oral hygiene.
Building off the work of Weston Price, Ramiel Nigel wrote Cure Tooth Decay. It outlines a protocol for remineralizing the body, which is the foundation for healthy teeth. With adequate minerals consumption and absorption, the body can remineralize teeth and reverse tooth decay. You can see examples of before and after pictures of this protocol here.
2. Nutrition effectively addresses autoimmune diseases
I remember my sitting in the doctor’s office when I was 14, receiving a life-changing diagnosis of ulcerative colitis, a severe autoimmune disease. “We have different medication options,” I was told, “and it it gets extremely severe we will resort to surgery.” My doctors told me there was no alternative options, and that dietary changes would entail too much effort without results.
8 years later, I’m here to tell you that nutrition DOES work! Changing my lifestyle and diet allowed me to avoid surgery, stop my pharmacy-worth of medications, and regain my health.”