Poor Diet and Diseases
A poor diet lacking essential nutrients in a long time generally causes nutritional deficiencies. Since the body stores nutrients, a nutritional deficiency usually shows up after a prolonged period of time, fatigue, weakness, poor skin complexion and concentration. Malnutrition caused by not eating adequate amounts of nutritious foods has a big impact on our bodies. For example, several vitamins and minerals are essential to keep our immune system working perfectly. If we don’t eat enough nutrient-dense foods, our immune system suffers. If we get frequent cold, sore throats or other types of illnesses, we should adjust our diet right away. An inadequate intake of nutritional food increases our chances of suffering from disabling chronic diseases like chronic back pain, heart diseases, arthritis, diabetes, strokes, and so on.
Choose a Variety of Good Foods and Drinks for Perfect Nutrition
Nutritious daily diet includes clean and safe water, naturally grown and minimally processed whole grains, beans, seeds, nuts, fruits and vegetables and good fats from plants or fish to provide our bodies enough essential nutrients and energy everyday. Clean and safe water can not necessarily only be bottled spring water but filtered tap or well water to save money and protect the environment for everybody. Some high quality water filters are affordable and environmentally friendly. Naturally grown and minimally processed whole grains, beans,
nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables give us the most essential nutrients like proteins, minerals, good fats, vitamins, etc. and energy our bodies need to function properly. Different foods contain different nutrients and other healthful substances. No single food can supply all the nutrients in the amounts we need.
Good Food and Clean Water Are an Essential Part of Max Energy Therapy
In Max Energy Therapy, we make eating good food and drinking clean water and fresh juice our first priority to ease the digestion and absorption of the nutrients and other beneficial substances. Good foods that are safe from harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites, and artificial chemical contaminants are vital for our health. The food should pose little immediate or chronic risk of foodborne illnesses. However, we also need to keep and prepare foods safely in the home and be alert when eating out to avoid disabling chronic degenerative diseases in our bodies.