Food – choose health …

In conditions when we are always busy and even many worries pressure us everyday, we are forgetting healthy eating habits. Well, it is clear that the development of technology has brought changes in the way and speed of life, but try to remember, when was the last time your family gathered on a warm, home-prepared, lunch?
On the one hand, the facts show that fresh food is used and prepared less than extremely attractive fast food (food industry received) which is easy to reach. Various types of baked goods, snacks, cookies, sauces, dairy products and meat industry products are found in abundance on shelves in supermarkets and in a shortly time they can satisfy our hunger. But be aware that through their consuming in our body are simultaneously introduced over 300 kinds of chemical additives and obtained about 50 types of natural additives added during production, preparation, processing and packaging. Let me mention some of the additives have a harmful impact on your health. Additives are actually those substances that make the products stay fresh longer (not to spoil – to change the taste, color, form) and must be noted on the packaging of the product with the label “E”. It is the mark according to European standards, but accepted almost worldwide. If you are concerned about additives, more information can be found at the following link.
On the other hand, you have a CHOICE what food you will consume. You may not allow to enter chemistry at your body. Recall that on the list of food there are categories which instead additives are packed with vitamins and nutrients that meet the needs for your body healthy functioning. Our recommendations are:
– Organic food – grown on areas clean and free of pesticides and other chemicals

– Meat and meat products of animals and poultry that are raised without artificial food during their growth and development and without given hormones and antibiotics

– Traditional food – cooked from the fruit that grows in our climate, prepared on the way our ancestors did.

I am proud to take part in Blog Action Day Oct 16, 2011 www.blogactionday.org

One proverb says “health comes from the mouth.” The food is not only necessarity, it is cure and pleasure. Be careful when choosing what to eat. Think about things you eat and make an important step toward your better health. Take the fruits of nature, replace the industrial food with nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables from the area where they originated, replace soft artificial drinks with freshly pressed juices or simply pure water … and be healthy and happy.

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6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Someone is Special on October 17, 2011 at 21:36

    Well I agree to your quote, “health comes from the mouth” and it is good to eat home made foods rather than junk items. I am one of those idiots who consume junk food because I am staying away from my house and my work forces me to eat junk food. Glad I visited you.. Happy and Healthy is must.. PS: what could food starvation can do? Read my post here here for the cause food starvation.

    Someone is Special

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    • Posted by Biljana Dukovska on October 20, 2011 at 10:57

      Now I agree with your comment 🙂 I’m in the same situation many times – working all day and grab to eat whatever smells nice near me. Anyway, I’m aware how happy is my body when gets real food and try to choose health …
      Habbits are difficult for managing, but we must try to do the proper thing …

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