“Live” Foods

Our bodies are self-healing machines.

You have almost 200K miles of blood vessels that are always under
repair. Research has proved that you have at least 4 “out of control”
areas in your body at any given time that your white blood cells police
and handle.

As a matter of fact, you receive a “Brand New Body” every year or so,
because all of your cells die naturally and get replaced. For instance,
your skin cells die naturally in 28 days and get replaced. Your red
blood cells last around 4 months and white blood cells last from a
couple of days to months, while other organs and tissues have different
“life spans”.

Understanding this, the cells that replace naturally dying cells can
either be stronger or weaker depending on the building blocks we give them.

Our bodies have the incredible ability to turn an apple into heart
tissue, skin cells, etc., and it also has the challenge to do the best
it can to turn a twinkie into those same tissues and cells. You can
either give the body the “live” foods it needs from nature, to do its
job or give it
the chemically based non-natural or “dead” foods and have your body
struggle with the process.

Remember that we have been evolving as a species for a long long time
and our evolution has been fed by “live” foods that we have received from
nature and not from “stuff” we can’t even pronounce…our bodies
don’t really know what to do with “stuff”.

So, the choice is yours to give your body what it needs, and sometimes just
being more mindful is the way to make a change.

You wouldn’t put junk in your Ferrari’s gas tank…and I guarantee you
are worth more than a Ferrari!!!

Yours in Strong Regeneration – Coach

7 Responses to ““Live” Foods”

  1. ZapVegas

    Amen to that Brother! Natural foods from Trader Joe’s and Wild Oats are easy to find, simple to prepare and delicious to eat. It does a body good. Try It Today!

  2. LC

    Love the twinkie reference on this particular article. Makes me think twice about eating junk food. Never thought of it that way before….

  3. DJ TJ

    You are what you eat… I was trying to build my cells out of ramen for the longest time… What a noodle head!


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