Natural Nutrition Protects Against Diseases

Recent studies have clearly shown that a natural diet made from foods that are as unprocessed as possible and are rich in antioxidants and fiber can prevent and alleviate lifestyle diseases.

Chronic diseases due to chronic inflammation

Chronic diseases kill millions of people worldwide every year. Whether diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol levels, heart disease, joint problems, or even Alzheimer’s disease – they are all promoted by the release of certain chemical messengers that are released in the body as a result of chronic inflammatory processes.

But why does this chronic inflammation arise in the first place?

Poor diet causes chronic inflammation

Our diet is responsible for this! Industrially processed foods that contain sugar, isolated carbohydrates, and inferior fats, but hardly any essential micronutrients and vital substances, lead to a persistent inflammatory process throughout the body and thus create the basis for our civilization’s diseases, which are widespread today.

A natural diet is high in antioxidants and fiber

In a study, scientists from the University of Lund, Sweden, were able to confirm the positive influence of healthy foods on the general risk of disease. They observed the health status of 44 adult subjects aged 50 to 75 years.

The test subjects received a healthy diet that was particularly rich in antioxidants and at the same time had a low glycemic index over a period of four weeks. These included foods such as almonds, blueberries, high-fiber whole-grain bread, oats, cinnamon, and fatty fish.

The glycemic index (GI) is a measure of the effect of carbohydrate-containing food on blood sugar levels. The higher the value, the faster the blood sugar level rises after eating the respective food.

Glucose with a GI of 100 is used as a reference value. In general, a GI is considered poor if it is higher than 70, medium if it is between 50 and 70, and good if it is below 50.

Raw vegetables in the form of vegetables usually have a GI of under 30, while isolated carbohydrates and products made from them (baked goods and pasta, white rice, starch, corn, etc.) usually have GIs of over 70.

Incredible health improvement in just 30 days

Thirty days after switching to such an antioxidant- and fiber-rich diet, blood was taken from the 44 subjects. The results were amazing.

It was shown that the diet had a major influence on all important blood values, especially all those blood values that are important in connection with inflammatory processes, the blood sugar level, and the blood’s tendency to clot.

Cholesterol levels and blood pressure drop

After just 30 days of eating healthier, bad cholesterol (LDL) was reduced by an average of 33 percent. Blood pressure fell 8 percent, triglyceride levels improved 14 percent, and blood clotting factor fibrinogen fell 26 percent.

Systemic inflammation was greatly reduced and cognitive function and memory improved markedly.

The authors of the study found the results of the study to be extraordinary, especially since there are no other studies that have examined the positive effects of a healthy diet on so many bodily functions.

Stone Age diet as protection against diabetes

During the 2.5 million years that modern humans evolved, we ate natural foods like fruits, leafy and root vegetables, nuts, occasionally fish, meat from insects and small animals, and if we could find them, one or the other bird egg.

These foods – eaten fresh and as unprocessed as possible – prevent the chronic diseases that are common today. Due to their low carbohydrate content, they regulate the blood sugar level in a natural but perfect way and thus automatically prevent one of the most common lifestyle diseases of our time, namely diabetes.

The stone Age diet is better than the Mediterranean diet

The scientists from the University of Lund proved this statement with further investigation. Subjects who followed a grain-free Stone Age diet for 12 weeks showed a 26 percent improvement in their blood sugar levels, compared to a 7 percent improvement in the comparison group who ate a Mediterranean diet.

The reason for the Stone Age diet’s amazing lead is simple: while grain products play an important role in today’s Mediterranean diet, the Stone Age diet is completely grain-free and instead provides people with foods that are low on the glycemic index and at the same time rich in nutrients protective antioxidants.

Take the 30-day trial!

The fact that every rational thinking person has long known, but is now also scientifically substantiated, that a natural diet made from foods that are as unprocessed as possible can reduce the risk of diabetes, heart disease, dementia, etc. on the one hand.

On the other hand, remedying existing illnesses and even slowing down the progression of serious illnesses finally invites everyone to take responsibility for themselves. Try it!

Change your diet for 30 days. Eat fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, good-quality oils, and the occasional egg or fresh fish.

Include green smoothies in your diet, enjoy easily prepared drinks made from wheatgrass, spelled grass, or barley grass as snacks, and supplement your protein supply with delicious rice protein.

You’ll be hooked, so hooked you’ll never want to eat anything else.

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Written by Bella Adams

I'm a professionally-trained, executive chef with over ten years in Restaurant Culinary and hospitality management. Experienced in specialized diets, including Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw foods, whole food, plant-based, allergy-friendly, farm-to-table, and more. Outside of the kitchen, I write about lifestyle factors that impact well-being.

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