So there’s this older article that’s getting a lot of buzz lately. It’s a chart of 100 Superfoods, and what they tried to do was break the 100 foods down into categories – like what foods help prevent cancer, or help your eyesight.
The problem with the way they did it is that they could only list each food once, so if say carrots are listed under eyesight, they wouldn’t list them again under cancer, and they don’t even have a category for great looking skin.
They only list 10 or 12 foods under cancer. In High Energy Eating, I list 47. Under eyesight, they neglected one of the most important foods – eggs contain lutein, an important vitamin for your eyes. And they list soy milk as being healthy. Victims of the great soy deception.
While it’s interesting, and I’m glad that people are taking an interest, it only touches the tip of the iceberg. It’s really exciting when you start to realize how much simple food can do for your health, and how many choices there really are.
But you don’t have to take anyone’s word for it. You can out it to the test yourself. Just make it a point to eat 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables a day and see what happens. Even if you change nothing else for right now.
I know, it sounds really hard to do – but I promise it’s not. Here’s an article to help you get those 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables in everyday – easily.
Go for it – and then come back and tell us what happened.
Did your skin look better?
Did you have more energy?
Were you less depressed?
Tell us! Tell us! Inquiring minds want to know…