The Art and Science of Regenerative Eating: Building Better Health One Meal at a Time



Eat mostly fruits and veggies—mostly raw—and
keep carbs, dairy, flesh & soy proteins separate
to regain and retain better health!
 

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Regenerative Eating can make!


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Ten States with the Deadliest Eating Habits

from Yahoo Finance and 24/7 Wall St.

 

 

Americans seem to be getting fatter, if news of our rising average bra cup sizes is any indication. American eating habits are also being blamed for the global rise in obesity:

The obesity problem, however, is international. The report in Lancet states that "In 2008, 9.8 percent of the world's male population were obese, as were 13.8 percent of women. In 1980, these rates were 4.8 percent and 7.9 percent." U.S. eating habits and diets have been exported, many experts say. Nations which before had relatively lean diets which were high in grains and fruits now consume many more soft drinks and hamburgers.

 

This trend toward poorer diets has caused obesity to be the most written-about health problem in the United States. Fat Americans are more likely to have diabetes, coronary artery disease, strokes and certain forms of cancer. Less well reported are links between obesity and dementia, obesity and postmenopausal estrogen receptors, and obesity and social status. Thin people, apparently, are more likely to be chief executives and billionaires. The problem of obesity is so acute that the number of studies about its causes and solutions grows by the day. The journal Health Affairs reported last year that overall obesity-related health spending reached $147 billion in the U.S., about double what it was a decade earlier.

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So how do we reverse this trend, both here in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world?

 

There is 1 simple thing everyone can do every day to achieve and maintain a healthy weight:

Keep carbs and sweet fruits separate from proteins and acid fruits—every meal, every day.

Making this 1 easy change naturally leads to many more, including a reduction of carbs and proteins along with an increase in fruit and veggie intake. Think about it: If you want meat and can't have potatoes, rice, pasta, bread, etc. with it, what are you going to eat? The sensible thing is to substitute compatible items for the incompatible ones so you still get a decent meal.

 

Don't think of it as giving up anything—that's a recipe for failure! Instead think of it as an adventure. Start by finding some yummy recipes for a few veggies you like now, then expand your horizons and try some veggies you've never tried before.

 

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My 4-Day Challenge can help you have fun playing with your food!

 

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As you increase daily consumption of fruits and veggies, you will actually start to like them more—even prefer them to other things, unbelievable as that may sound to you right now...

 

This is just another common "side effect" of eating better: You actually get to enjoy it, too!

 

So, which 10 states have the worst eating habits?

 

10. New Mexico
9. Arizona
8. Ohio
7. South Dakota
6. Nevada
5. Oklahoma
4. Kansas
3. Missouri
2. Alabama
1. Mississippi

 

Read the full article here.

 

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