We can easily support or diminish our life force energy through our lifestyle and food choices, and nutrition plays a massive role in keeping the spark strong. However, our typical modern diet is not designed to help us stay strong and vital: It is not supporting our life force.
If you are like most people, you are probably deficient in at least one important dietary factor that is leaving you tired, overweight, and at risk for many major illnesses and weakening your life force.
Researchers estimate that 80 percent of women may be suffering from an overlooked deficiency. I suspect it is in the same vicinity for men and that this estimate may actually be low. And I’m not talking about a deficiency in protein, calcium, vitamins, or essential fatty acids. This deficiency is even more widespread than most of the common nutrient deficiencies we hear about, yet virtually no one in the medical community knows about this potentially serious epidemic. The missing nutritional factor I’m talking about is enzymes.
Enzymes are a special type of protein that is necessary for every chemical reaction in your body, including the normal functioning of cells, fluids, tissues, organs, and organ systems. Enzymes are uniquely different from other protein molecules because they are biologically active. In other words, they contain life force energy.
Without adequate amounts in your diet, you may be vulnerable to weight gain, bloating, fatigue, asthma, arthritis, high cholesterol, pain, and countless other health concerns. Research by Dr. Edward Howell, revealed that enzyme shortages are commonly seen in people suffering from chronic diseases, including allergies, premature aging, some forms of cancer, heart disease, skin conditions, and obesity. Enzymes are found in almost all uncooked fruits and vegetables, but they can easily be destroyed as you’ll learn over the coming weeks.
This is not surprising when you understand that enzymes are used in vast quantities in our bodies to quell inflammation, promote wound healing, and regenerate tissues, all of which are essential processes to prevent or handle most chronic illnesses. Illness, injury, or just eating a heavily cooked diet may deplete our body’s enzyme manufacturing abilities. To counter this depletion we need to ingest more enzymes through food. Think of the balance between the need for enzymes, the depletion of enzymes, and the replenishing of enzymes through food as our “enzyme account.” Like bank accounts, if we always withdraw and never make deposits, we will eventually deplete our resources.
Over the next several weeks I’ll teach you how to stop depleting your enzyme account and how you can eat a diet rich in miracle healing enzymes.
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Michelle Schoffro Cook, DNM, DAc, CNC, is a six-time and best-selling book author whose works include: The Life Force Diet, The Ultimate pH Solution, and The 4-Week Ultimate Body Detox Plan. She is a doctor of natural medicine, holistic nutritionist, and holistic life coach. Visit www.TheLifeForceDiet.com to learn more.
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