Of all the dietary guidelines that have come and gone over the past few decades, here is a very comprehensive guide to meeting daily physical needs. It’s called The Basic Seven!
Carbohydrates provide essential nutrients for brain function, the central nervous system and muscles. They are the main source of energy for all bodily functions. We must have carbs – our systems depend on carbs! But we need to understand what carbs we need and do not need. We do not need refined carbs: white sugar and white flour. These nutrient-dense, low-carb, high-carbohydrate foods can feed the system, simply triggering chemical reactions in the system. The carbs we need come from unripe fruits (and other vegetables) and whole grains. Whole grains do not just mean whole wheat bread, this means cooked or sprouted grain eaten throughout the form.
Protein is needed for the storage, formation, and repair of tissues. There is good protein and not much. Meat and dairy products grown in agriculture are enriched with growth hormones, anti-biotics, and vaccines that are limited to meat and milk itself, and ultimately to the consumer. Meat also burns the body and is not the best source of protein you can eat during warm weather and climate. Meat also contains a lot of fat, cholesterol, and connective tissue that stresses the heart, blood vessels, and promotes obesity. Easy protein to digest plant proteins such as legumes (beans and peas), green nuts and seeds, and even whole grains. These are great sources of protein and our diets should have this much more than animal protein. If so, we are dependent, and finally we have a cleaning program.
We need oil! We have to have it with brain and spinal functions. Like carbs and proteins, there are good fats and none of the best fats. Animal fats (buttermilk, butter), hydrogenated fats (reducing, margarine, etc.), fried fats, and fats are not good fats. These are toxic to the body and persist in us as “fat”. Our best sources of oil come from olive oil, omega-3 oils (from flax seeds and fish), and from our nuts and seeds. These are healthy fats that work and nourish the body, not the body’s antagonists as the former did.
Vitamins are the nutrients found in the food we eat. These are the reasons why we eat. It is not enough to fill the stomach, in fact it should be eating to nourish the body. Our best sources of vitamins are from whole food sources, which are found to be as close to nature as possible: raw fruits and vegetables, raw nuts and seeds, whole grains, beans and shoots. These foods are in their raw form and provide the natural enzymes needed for proper digestion and digestion.
Minerals are also found in the food we eat and are designed to nourish the system. Our excellent mineral resources come from vegetable sources as well. For example, many believe that the best sources of calcium come from milk, and the best sources of iron come from meat. However, as milk is lubricated, it alters the body’s protein composition and makes it harder for the body to use and absorb it. The best sources of calcium are our leafy vegetables, and seeds and nuts (sesame, sunflower, almonds, etc.). The best sources of iron are also leafy vegetables (spinach, chard, lettuce, etc.) as well as green nuts and seeds. Seaweeds are also a great source of minerals and high-quality mineral products of salt.
We should have fiber in the food we eat. Fiber and carbs naturally grow together in our fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, etc. – we need to be proud together rather than in a clean environment. Fiber is needed for the cleansing of the walls of the small and large intestines. We need to eat vegetable peels, and eat whole grains (not just bread).
The last seven bodies are water. Some come in the form of food, but water is very important for the body’s daily needs. As the saying goes, “If it’s not water, it’s not water!” Milk, soda, juice, tea, and all other beverages are not water. We need water – the best clean water – it is a natural cleanser for the body. A good daily water formula is to divide your body weight in half, and that is the amount of water ounces you need in a single day. All other additives. Drink lots of pure water in your life!
Following the dietary guide The Basic Seven gives a person a better balance of daily physical activity. You will feel better, have more energy, and have better natural weight management as you use The Basic Seven as your daily diet guide!