Based on Chapter 5 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpson explains why eating whole, organic foods can produce optimum health. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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There are two important components found in whole organic foods that are critical to optimal health. Number one, natural digestive enzymes, and number two, abundant nutrition. Natural digestive enzymes are found in raw, whole plant foods. These important enzymes help to predigest our food and eat greatly in the absorption of nutrients. Unfortunately, enzymes are destroyed by cooking. Industrial processing and most types of commercial packaging. And without enzymes, only partial digestion occurs, placing a burden on the rest of the digestion process. Organically grown food comes from soil with an abundance of live worms and other beneficial microorganisms. Worms and microorganisms not found on conventional farms, help ensure minerals and other nutrients that are infused to our food. Thus eating a variety of whole organic food, far out ways the benefits of any other dieting program If you like to learn more about healthy eating, and how to live naturally, you can read this informative book, the beginners guide to natural living.

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