You Are Malnourished?

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You might not think you're malnourished, but chances are - you are.

How can that be? You eat a ton, right?

 

You're probably not getting enough fruits and vegetables, and on top of that, the fruits and vegetables don't have as many nutrients as they used to because the soil is depleted from over-farming.

You've been scared into not eating beef and eggs, so you're missing out on important proteins, iron and other nutrients not found in other foods.

You're not getting sunlight that your body needs to produce vitamin D, which in turn would help your body absorb calcium.

MS is being linked to a Vitamin D deficiency. The disease is more prevalent in the northern hemisphere where people don't get enough sun.

Vitamin D deficiency is also linked to more bone fractures in women, even though they get enough calcium. Vitamin D deficiencies are now suspected in many cancers.

Memory problems, Alzheimer's, A.D.D., A.D.H.D., and asthma are being linked to a deficiency in Omega-3 fatty acids.

Carpal tunnel may be linked to a vitamin B-6 deficiency.

Magnesium deficiency is linked to macular degeneration, asthma, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, migraines, and muscle cramps. Low levels of magnesium causes hearts to beat irregularly; arteries to stiffen, constrict and clog; blood pressure rises; blood tends to clot; muscles spasm; insulin grows weaker and blood sugar jumps; bones lose strength; and you feel more pain.

Type 2 diabetes, heart and artery disease, and cancers are skyrocketing. And it's mostly because of the way we eat.

Think about that. What kind of life do you want? Sickness or Health?

All you have to do is change the way you eat.

 

 

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