Beet greens thin the bile, break down stones, and help flush toxins from the liver & gallbladder.
“The Lee Philosophy of Nutrition states that a vitamin as it appears in nature is never a single chemical, but rather it is a group of interdependent compounds that form a ‘nutrient complex’ so intricate that only a living cell can create it. And just as no single component of a watch keeps time, no single compound in a vitamin complex accounts for the vitamin’s nutritive effect in the body. Only through whole, unprocessed foods can the synergistic effect of a true vitamin be delivered.”
—Mark R. Anderson
Inflammation is our body’s immune response to injuries, infections, stress, foreign substances and other irritants. It is a crucial protective reaction to contain potentially harmful irritants so that healing can take place.
However, persistent chronic inflammation can also be a cause of many diseases, such as asthma, type II diabetes, heart disease, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, as well as other
That’s why it is essential for everyone to keep chronic inflammation at bay.
Choose fresh foods over processed foods. Here are some tips:
Snack on whole fruits, nuts, seeds, and fresh vegetables instead of cookies and candy.
Cook with coconut oil, butter, or olive oil.
Have a salad with lots of fresh vegetables as your meal.
Stay away from deep-fried foods; bake, broil, poach or stir-fry instead.
Choose dark green or brightly colored vegetables as side dishes — they should fill half your dinner plate.