Human Sacred Body

by Trace on May 12, 2011

Over the last year I have shared with you many of the natural health gems from my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally – foreword by HH The Dalai Lama. I am most grateful for the 6 experts in natural health from Ayurvedic medicine to nutritional & environmental medicine plus the 5 inspiring and uplifting stories from people who overcame their stress and depression without the use of drugs.

DonCloseUpDon Tolman is an inspiring leader in the natural health field. Don Tolman is the Whole Foods Medicine Cowboy, passionate about shedding the light on the truth about our health industry.

Don spent 17 years searching through catacombs, bible texts, ancient scrolls and researching ancient cultures to reveal their true wisdoms, the truest truths of health, life and longevity. He has since spent over 20 years sharing this wisdom with people from all walks of life, helping them take back control of their health and principles of life.

~ Discover the truths that Socrates, Da Vinci, Pythagoras and others intended mankind to live by ~
~ Discover the truths about today’s health care industry and the real alternatives for self care ~
~ Discover how wholefoods can help you to heal and live a longer, happier, healthier life ~

You can read a whole lot more at Don Tolman’s Official website

“If anything is sacred, the Human Body is sacred.” Walt Whitman

Listen to Don Tolman’s words of wisdom & ignite your passion for healthy eating

Whole Foods are the Most Nutrient Dense

A food is more nutrient dense when the level of nutrients is high in relation to the number of calories in that food. By eating whole foods you will get all the essential nutrients that you need for excellent health. This includes vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, essential fatty acids, fiber and more for the least number of calories.

The Healthiest Foods are Whole Foods

tropicalfruitThe healthiest foods are whole foods with all their rich natural nutrients. They have not been highly processed nor do they contain synthetic, artificial or irradiated ingredients.

The healthiest foods are common “everyday” foods ie fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts & seeds, grain-oils, herbs & spices.

Whole foods are familiar and affordable. Shop at your local market.

Buy local, Buy Fresh.

Buy in Season, when they are fresh they are the best quality and nutrition.

Source: Don Tolman’s Farmacist Desk Reference. Encyclopedia of Whole Food Medicine.

Remember…Food Affects Your Mood

There are many explanations for the cause-and-effect relationship between food and mood. Here are some examples:

1. Fluctuations in blood sugar levels are associated with changes in mood & energy, and are affected by what we eat.

2. Brain chemicals (neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine and acetylcholine) influence the way we think, feel & behave. They can also be affected by what we have eaten.

3. There can be abnormal reactions to artificial chemicals in foods, such as artificial colourings & flavourings.

4. Poor digestion can result in poor absorption of nutrients and malabsorption in the bowel, leading to “leaky gut”. Toxins can escape the bowel and end up in the brain interfering with neurotransmitters in the brain.

How to Overcome Stress 3D BookCoverYou can read more from Chapter 5 in my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally, where Julie Wood RN, Nutrition Medicine Practitioner & Aromatherapist reveals how simple changes in your diet can have a powerful effect on your mood and physical health.

If you change the food that you eat it can have a positive impact on your mood & change the chemical balance in the brain.

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