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Natural Food and Energy

Natural food produces more energy for your body…if you eat the correct natural foods.

Some foods prove beneficial for people that must watch their diet…such as those challenged with diabetes.

The correct natural foods provide benefits for anyone.

And these correct natural foods offer other positive side effects

What are these “Magic” foods, and what is the magic that benefits our bodies and minds?

These body-stabalizing foods keep our blood sugar levels balanced and uniform. The result…we feel better and report to our Physician Assistant that we have “more energy.”

Here are some categories of foods to eat…if you eat them right.

The right way to eat, frequent, small meals. Meals with protein to even out the digestion…make digestion take longer…spread digestion over a longer time period.

The wrong way to eat : anything that digests fast, or enters the blood stream at once.

Fast Digest Examples: Sugar, carbohydrates and starches. Starches begin to digest in your mouth when mixed with saliva.

Examples of Instant Entry into your blood stream: Alcohol. Calories plus quick changes to your blood chemistry. When you drink alcohol, your body stops metabolizing other nutrients and stars sending alcohol to be detoxified.

Alcohol and Nutrition

Health effects of Drinking

But, just as alcohol produces a negative effect on your body, some foods produce positive effects.

Positive Food Effects

Some of these positive food effects include:

  • Decrease Cholesterol
  • Don’t Spike Blood Sugar
  • Combat Yeast Infections
  • Act as Antioxidants
  • Repell Colds and the Flu
  • Anti-Fungal
  • Source of Vitamins and Minerals

Positive Foods

These positive foods include

  • Onions and garlic
  • Leafy Greens
  • Fatty Seeds
  • Avacado
  • Butter and Cheese – In moderation
  • Coconut (not Coconut Water or Coconut Drinks with added Sugar)
  • Nuts
  • Oils – Omega 3, Oils

Fatty Seeds

Contain healthy fats that add calories to out diets. These include: flaxseeds, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, alfalfa seeds.

Examples of Fatty Seeds benefits are:

  • High in Protein
  • Low Carbs
  • Dietary Fiber
  • Zero Glycemic Load


  • Vitamins and Minerals
  • Contains Omega 3 and 6 Fatty Acids
  • Anti-Inflamatory


  • Healthy Fats
  • High in Dietary Fiber
  • No Affect on Blood Sugar

Nuts – Except Cashews

  • Healthy Fats
  • Anti-Inflamatory
  • High in Dietary Fiber
  • No Affect on Blood Sugar


Herbs provide taste plus a lot of vitamins and minerals. However herbs provide no nutrients.

Bad Foods Affecting Blood Sugar

Pasta, Starchy Foods, Bread, Sweets provide empty calories.

Beer contains calories plus alcohol.

Fruits offer high energy plus calories. The fruits with the least affect on blood sugar include Berries and Citrus Fruits. However, dried fruits represent concentrated sugar.

Junk food and fast food are fried, contain additives and chemicals, sugars and salt.

Honey is nutritious be careful on how much you consume.

Beverages, Beer, Alcohol, toxic for your body and the effects of alcohol hit your body even faster than raise blood sugar.

Legumes contain complex carbs that take more time to digest, so moderate amounts of legumes can be consumed without a detrimental affect on blood sugar.

Nuts are nutritious, but avoid the sweeter nuts, such as cashews, macadamia nuts and pecans.

As always, consult your Physician Assistant or other health care provider for specific recommendations for your body.

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Sugar Addiction

The Ubiquitous Additive

The bitter truth about our sweet obsession and sugar addition is that the sugar excess of your diet affects your health.

Sugar is the “Essential Additive” to replace fat in industrial food. But, sugar is not an alternative to eliminating fat for your health.

Sugar is everywhere…in food products. Some breakfast cereals are 30% sugar. Some “Low Fat” foods have as much sugar as candy.

And, most forms of processed food have hidden sugar.

Sugar and Visceral Fat

Not all sugar is created equal, but the sugar beast in our diets must be tamed.

For example, fructose (fruit sugar) increases visceral (organ) fat and doesn’t register to our bodies as we have eaten. So, fruit juice does not satisfy our hunger.

Sugar can cause cellular poisoning.

Fiber tames insulin, but fruit juice does not have fiber.

Anything that drives insulin up drives weight gain.

So, fruit juice drive weight up.

Insulin, is the main hormone for storing fat. Visceral fat releases hormones that relate to inflammation.

So, inflammatory disease can increase from excess sugar in our diets.

We used to believe…

“Calories in – Calories out!”

But this is the mistake that got us into this obesity mess.

What we know is that there is a “Thermic Effect” of food. So, not all calories are equal, and sugar calories store fat faster than fat calories.

Addiction to Sugar

Sugar affects the same receptors in the brain as nicotine, alcohol and cocaine. This means that we become addicted to sugar.

Ubiquity, toxicity, abuse from sugar.

Take-Away Health Advice

Take-away: Avoid sugar!

Want to see your health care dollars go “Up in Smoke?” Go against the advice of your Physician Assistant and continue on your sugar-rich, nutrient-poor diet.

Check out these eye-opening videos…

Fed Up Trailer…

‘Fed Up’ With Sugar: Katie Couric’s 10-Day Challenge

Sugar white poison, an amazing expose on this toxic stuff

Shocking Sugar: How Much Sugar Is HIDDEN in my food