(NaturalNews) Most Americans do not understand the way food can WORK FOR THEM and not against them. Most Americans have a hard time breaking out of the rut they have been in for so many years, usually due to a lack of education about the food they already consume. "Fuel for the Body - the Pate Weigh" is a short book that puts people on the right path, quickly. It's not a diet, but a lifestyle. Instead of bouncing in and out of some target weight, or blood sugar, or high and low cholesterol counts, after following Lynnette's protocol, you find yourself CRAVING MORE INFORMATION on other foods to add to your daily staple. Lynnette assures, "You will have more energy without the sugar crash!"
For thousands of innocent consumers, especially those looking to shed a few pounds and keep them off, Lynnette exposes fraud in the food and medicine industries, blaming them for much of the obesity in the U.S. She targets "tainted and adulterated" foods void of nutritional value. Artificial and concentrated sugars, concentrated salts, starches, fats, and chemical food agents simply trigger the brain into being hungry. (http://www.naturalnews.com/021808.html)
Breaking out of the rut
Wouldn't you love to know exactly how to "break into" the organic world? So many health "enthusiasts" get close and almost make the leap, but so many others only read and hear about organic "realists," who eat beautiful food and brag about the taste, who have energy day in and day out, who read books and talk about nutrition, whose healthcare plan usually means stepping out to their back yard and picking some fresh herbs and vegetables to mix with their Superfoods. (http://www.truthpublishing.com/chlorellaspirulina_p/pdf-cat21249.htm)
Wait a second, a staple diet supplemented by Superfoods? Tell us more! Chlorella and spirulina are, in fact, two of the most astounding food sources on the planet. Spirulina contains twelve times the digestible protein of beef (Goodbye meat & protein myth!) and contains a much healthier mineral balance. A phytochemical found in chlorella can rebuild nerve damage, plus, chlorella is being used in the recovery of patients with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Superfoods also contain a high content of essential fatty acids that are routinely missing from the diets of most Americans.
One of Lynette's keys to educating her fellow students is that she teaches the basics first, and doesn't let people get overwhelmed with information and statistics. Everybody must crawl before they walk, and "Fuel for the Body" is the best introduction to the organic way of life. It's a stepping stone for relating to more in-depth, organic research.
"Fuel for the Body" is a prequel to her next book, "What the Food Industry and Government are hiding from you." There's no miracle pill for bad eating habits, and that's why "Fuel for the Body" is about the responsibility of self-nurturing on a daily basis. By incorporating essential staples daily, you discover how LESS HUNGRY you are, and how you stop craving toxic food, such as GMO (genetically modified food), MSG (monosodium glutamate), processed foods and other "food criminal" additives and preservatives.
"You have to be open-minded and willing to make food changes in your household." The changes are not drastic, but more of a substitution and phasing out, which opens up the opportunities you are about to engage.
Joining forces for Lynnette's U.S. Mid-Western bicycling T.O.U.R. this year is the amazing "Earth Diet" creator, Miss Earth Australia 2009, Liana Werner-Gray. The Miss Earth pageant is one of the three largest in the world, and thanks to its notoriety, Miss Australia has educated school children worldwide on how to reduce their carbon footprint! (http://ilovearthproject.blogspot.com) Her personal experience and education stems from the indigenous community elders from the Northern Territory of Australia; a native Aboriginal people who sustain all their health and wellness needs in one of the harshest desert environments on the planet.
One pedal at a time
"Fuel for the Body" bike T.O.U.R. (Total - Organic - Understand - Ride) takes place October 01 - October 31, 2012, and goes from Minneapolis, Minnesota to Gulfport, Mississippi. This is a chance for people across the nation to stand up and say "NO to GMO," and to stand up for Food & Health Freedoms! You can join the Pate "Weigh" and learn how stave off cravings of toxic foods. It's time for YOU to break it down to basics. (http://www.fuelforthebody.org/fuel-for-the-body-book.html)