Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Eating healthy food does the body good

I am amazed when an article by the "experts" tells us what we already know then explains common knowledge like new fact.

Stop the presses: Researchers state that eating vegetables (in this case carotenoids) is good for our joints. The research didn't say fractionated or synthetic vitamins with partial carotenoids in them are good for you--the whole vegetable is good for you.

There are two options for helping joints with carotenoids. First, is to eat more of the carotenoid vegetables, basically anything that has that bright orange or slightly yellow color. Secondly, is to supplement with a whole food, organically grown pharmaceutical grade supplement.

Whole food supplements aren't in your local Health Food store though. (Some new ones exist but they aren't not grown on organic farms, which changes the nutritional value.) Email me at and I will send you more information on whole food supplements and why your body was designed for them.


At 4:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nutrition always seems to be an issue no matter where we look. I saw a special on TV about school lunches. Is that type of food proper nutrition for our kids? While this may be a true concern, good nutrition must start at home. Many teachers say the same thing: you should see what the parents pack their kids for lunch!
Fruit roll ups, chocolate covered bars, donuts and the list goes on. It seems to me that its all about convenience instead of putting some real effort and thought behind some of these issues.

Thanks for helping to educate the public!

At 4:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

P.S. My kids report back to me that some of the kids make fun because they take broccoli to school with them.

At 3:35 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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