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In truth, if you want to live healthily, you must eat wisely. And generally-speaking, there is definitely a lot of nutrient availability missing from store-bought, commonly used, “regular” foods. If we think about our nutrition more definitively, it remains true that the commonly used or more “inadequate” foods can definitely support life. We know this from our experience in living day-to-day. But then it must also be true that “herbal” or “super” foods must, in turn, be able to fortify, help, sustain, and aid the body, more-dramatically so. Even energizing our bodies to the point of purer health, weight loss shedding, and healing bliss, in many instances.
Through definitive research, I’ve learned that the amazing qualities in herbs and superfoods are truly our “forgotten” foods. And because of their unusual or pungent tastes and smells, we’ve negated them, historically speaking. This also happened because of our diminished knowledge concerning their usage, and because they were (unfortunately) eliminated as a food source; seeing later generations ignoring them altogether. In reality, we must follow this ideal criterion: it does matter what we eat; we need all kinds of food to live; diet extremes will harm health.
Thankfully, and more recently, there has been a greater interest in these lost and forgotten foods on the world stage. And in this title, Herbs and Superfoods for Weight Loss and Detox, we’ll discover an amazing list of herbs and superfoods, and we’ll take a look into the history, benefits and scientific evidence, negatives and cautions, how to use, taste, and even where to source them from. Including an all-inclusive look at: licorice root, gynostemma, he shou wu, velvet antler, reishi mushrooms, goji berries, astragalus root, cinnamon, gotu kola, acai berries, and many, many more!
Remember, over time, our bodies build up poisons and store waste from food that is not fully eliminated. It is raw food that helps us to detoxify the body, by flushing out these poisons and setting us back on a course toward a promotion of greater energy, clearer skin, shinier hair, and a slimmer, more-natural figure, too. But making the transition to a raw diet too quickly can have negative effects on the body. Instead, the much healthier way is to make a gentle change; one that’s based on your previous diet and current nutritional needs.
For a definitive look at the forgotten herbs and superfoods, and a discussion of the importance of them in your life, please get your copy of this comprehensive title, today. It’s fully planned and backed by thorough research, and its knowledge base can definitively enhance your life and your overall well-being.