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Plant Based Whole Foods

whole foodConverting to or even just adding more plant-based whole foods to your diet makes a lot of sense. Processed food, even those without dangerous chemical additives, are harder for your body to digest and can make you feel tired and even unwell.

Plant-based whole foods have a lot of advantages. For example, it is easier to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Animal based proteins contain IGF1, an insulin growth factor, that can create havoc with blood sugar levels. Whereas whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables are filled with natural insoluble and soluble fiber that support healthy blood sugar levels, proper digestion, regularity, and heart health.

Real whole food also helps to lower triglyceride levels, is high in healthy fats and contains natural antioxidants. If your diet contains a lot of meat, try to switch some of your meals to wild-caught fish and vegetarian selections. Natural whole foods and particularly a plant based diet of unprocessed food is an excellent way to insure a longer, healthier life.

Choose whole food, single ingredient supplements too, like nutrient rich Aloe Ferox Whole Leaf Caps, with 34 naturally occurring amino acids, chlorophyll, vitamins minerals, fiber and more.

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