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Don’t Trade Your Gold for Glass Beads

on Jun 27, 2016 in Cancer prevention, General Wellness, Nutrition

So plentiful was gold in the Inca Empire, that they traded it to the Spanish Conquistadors for glass beads. They did not understand the value of what they had because it was something they had in abundance. Glass beads

In this country, particularly in Southern California, we are fortunate to have an abundance of fresh produce. We are so used to seeing large supermarket displays of fresh fruits and vegetables, that we often fail to understand the value of this treasure.

No supplement, no vitamin, no herb or oil, no matter how well made, will ever have the potent value of nature’s collection of healing properties found in abundance in our everyday fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables are treasure chests full of vitamins, minerals and hundreds of thousands of tiny pigmented nutrients called phyto-nutrients.  All these nutrients travel through your blood stream, repairing, renewing, and detoxing you on a cellular level.  There is simply no more potent healing agents than these and they heal without negative side effects!

So instead of spending your money on glass beads in the search for feeling better, start every day with fresh produce. Continue to eat it throughout the day. Strive to eat 2 to 3 cups of dark leafy greens and sprouts a day. Get creative with adding in vegetables to all your meals. Snack on fruit every few hours. Vary your choices as the seasons dictate.  It is the best medicine money can buy.