We all try to eat well. We think we obtain all the nutrients we need from the foods we eat, but read these points below. You may find that, perhaps, we’re not. For instance, iodine, an essential mineral for regulating the thyroid gland, can only be found NOW in sea vegetables. Maybe that’s why many of us have thyroid problems. Here’s a few more points for you to ponder:


• If our nation’s soil was virgin – which it is not!
• If our ancestors had been perfect – they were not!
• If you could teach people to eat to satisfy the body’s needs and not their appetites – which you cannot!
• If we could all own our cow or goat, raise our own meat, and poultry – which we cannot!
• If foods were not harvested green and immature – but they are!
• If storage did not produce deficiencies in vitamins – but it does!
• If we lived in a stress-free world – but we do not!
• If chemical fertilizers were not used in our soil – but they are!
• If the animals were not force-fed hormones and antibiotics to increase their weight and man an earlier market day – which they are!
• If the animals we eat were fed a perfect diet – which they are not!
• If insecticides did not penetrate every cell of our food – but they do!
• If most of our grains were not refined into dried cereals – but they do!
• If our white sugar possessed anything more nutritive than sand – which it does not!
• If our modern white flour was all used for wallpaper paste instead of bakery goods – which it is not!
• If our foods were not overcooked – but they are!
• If our deep fry fats were not to be found in almost every restaurant – but they are!
• If man would live by the laws of nature – which he will not!
• If our environment (water, air, food, etc.) was not severely polluted – which it is!


• Except for your brain cells, 50,000,000 of the cells in your body will have died and been replaced with others, all while you have been reading this sentence.
• The adult heart beats about 40,000,000 times a year. In one hour, the heart works hard enough to produce enough energy to raise almost one ton of weight one yard from the ground.
• The liver is often called the body’s chemical factory. Scientists have counted 500 different liver functions.
• The central nervous system is connected to every part of the body by 43 pairs of nerves. 12 parts go on to and from the brain, and 31 go from the spinal cord. There are nearly 45 miles of nerves running through our bodies.
• Messages travel along the nerves as electrical impulses. The fastest they travel is about 248 miles per hour.
• In one square inch of skin there are four yards of nerve fibers, 1300 nerve cells, 100 sweat glands, 9 million cells and 3 yards of blood vessels.

The point behind all these facts is that your body is a wonderful complete creation. Like a machine, all of its parts, (organs, glands, muscles, and tissues), must be in good working condition. Its’ electrical system (nervous system), must be carrying energy smoothly to all areas. There must not be any short circuits. Finally, it must be fuelled with the proper nutrition to keep it functioning, alive and well.

PS Not all supplements are equal – you get what you pay for. Stay away from those one a day types. If you’d like some supplement suggestions, just call!

Christine and John
No Allergies Please
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