Quote of the day
‘Diet is a word that I do not like using very much because it conjures up a vision of people living on lettuce leaves and slimming aids. This is not true. I would much rather use the words Food Reform or Applied Nutrition.’
‘Food Reform is a Science of Eating that originated from a brainstorm linked to making you perform at your very best and directed to transform you into the perfect being.’
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Applied Nutrition on the other hand is an ancient technique that is designed to guide you to divide your meals into selected times during the day and eat meals that are verified, certified and fortified.’
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‘Dieting Incites Everyone To Ingest Nutritious Gastronomy.’
The Science of Nutrition has always been a topic that changes over time. It is a Science that you need to keep up with and to try your very best to eat foods in their most natural form. A lot of people confuse the word diet with the process of reducing weight, this is entirely wrong. Diet is a word that I do not like very much because it conjures up a vision of people living on lettuce leaves and slimming aids. This is not true. I would much rather use the words Food Reform or Applied Nutrition. Food Reform is a special Science of Eating that originated from a brainstorm linked to making you perform at your very best and directed to transform you into the perfect being. An athlete may refrain from so many different foods to promote a professional and undivided performance. Take Novak Djokovic, probably the fittest tennis player of all time. Removing gluten from his diet changed his life creating unknown stamina and fitness like never before. This is one example of the sources of incredible knowledge available to us all and where we need to tap into this source when we run into problems. Applied Nutrition on the other hand is an ancient technique that is designed to guide you to divide your meals into selected times during the day and eat meals that are verified, certified and fortified. Due to habit forming and stress orientated tasks we often fall into the trap of unhealthy eating. We need to verify food contents before we eat them. We need to ensure that the contents of foods are certified. Some supermarkets put the incorrect data on their labels. We need to fortify our foods with the goodness that we need. Fortification is about allocation. Always ensure to allocate foods in your diet that contribute to normal energy release such as B, B1, B12 and iron. Allocate Zinc and more iron for normal cognitive functions. Allocate copper, folic acid and vitamin D to ensure normal function of your immune system. Go for omega. Ensure that your diet contains Omega-3, Omega-6 and Omega-9 for good health and vitality. Get your DIET right and you shall have the finest life. Your DIET is related to your life. Eat well and you shall live well. Dieting Incites Everyone To Ingest Nutritious Gastronomy. A lot us confuse the word DIET as a form of losing weight but actually the real definition of DIET is as follows: DIET is the process of food assimilation to meet the needs of a Meritocratic Goal Setter. Each meritocratic Goal Setter needs the vital components of good food to release the right sustenance to target different parts of the body. The body is the physical form of the mind and is designed to perform outstanding work at the will of the mind. In order for such a performance to take place the mind expects the body to be fit and the body expects the mind to be full of wit. Dear Friends, I urge you to fully understand your body and to be proud of it. This entails looking after it with care and with love. You need to ingest nutritious gastronomy to meet the demands of your body. Ingesting junk food inhibits bodily functions, making one loose the sense of coordination and reaction. To be successful in life you need a balanced mind and a balanced body. Your intake must be on the uptake. In other words you need to understand your foods and you need to endorse anything that you eat. There is a Science to everything. The Science of Eating is called Food Reform. It is about emptying your larder for ardour. You need to eat promptly, regularly, properly and with the right philosophy. This is called Applied Nutrition. Don’t nibble, don’t dribble, don’t overeat, don’t overcook, don’t waste, don’t haste, don’t fry, avoid pies and add colour to your meals.