There are a few simple changes you will
need to make in order to start your journey
toward better health.
The first thing you need to do is a
1. What is the status of my health today?
2. Where do I want to be next year in my quest for
3. What am I willing to do to get there?
No one ever makes a
worthwhile change in their life and health without
asking at least those 3 questions, answering
them honestly and making a commitment to
change. Getting and staying healthy is
not an event, it's a lifestyle. Once
you start enjoying the benefits of a
healthier diet and lifestyle, you will never
want to look back to the way you lived
before. We had a friend of ours stay
with us for a month. In that time her
acid reflux went away, her blood pressure
went down 20 points and she lost a few
pounds - in just a few weeks! It
really gets exciting to see someone
regaining their health.
Start with the Basics
Find out the fundamental basics of health, what cells
need, what foods provide those needs and
what foods don't. We try to keep this
section brief. You could read volumes
on the subject of human makeup and function.
First Things First - Basic Steps
Now that you know some of the basics, what are the
first steps you need to take to initiate
your new, healthier life.
Note: Once you get
the ball rolling, momentum will grow.
Especially if you are in less than optimum
health when you start and begin to feel your
body respond favorably to the better form of
nutrition you are putting into it. We
believe in a Creator who not only made our
bodies but also provided the necessary foods
for them in a form that would allow the body
to function as designed - toward health,
protection and healing (Genesis 1:29).
We have gotten so far away from the form of
food our bodies need that our bodies are
breaking down, more and more every
generation. The only ones benefitting by
this are the medical and pharmaceutical
industries, who thrive on our
ill-health. Their quest is focused on
finding drugs to make the human body do or
not do something by artificial means,
instead of helping it through proper
nutrition to do what it is programmed to do
naturally - and with no ill side affects.
We recommend you
look for a doctor who believes that diet is
a form of treatment, especially if you are
currently in ill health.
We realize that some
illnesses may be advanced in their effect on
the body and may require more than
food. But better foods will assist the
body in functioning as it was originally
intended, improving a persons overall
condition, even in the face of irreversible
damage. A friend of ours under hospice
care, on oxygen, with an inoperable tumor,
was able to reduce his oxygen need by half,
his pain from the tumor lessened and he was
mobile again, even driving his car a few
months after changing his nutritional
sources. His quality of life improved
You were meant to
have a healthy body not a sick one.
Your life matters to someone. If you can't
do it for yourself, do it for that someone
else! You'll be so glad you did.