Originally published December 15 2011
Learn about optimal health and longevity on the next NaturalNews Talk Hour
by Jonathan Landsman
(NaturalNews) Everything you've been (conventionally) taught about health and nutrition is false. Imagine living free of dis-ease and full of happiness - every day! The NaturalNews Talk Hour presents Being Healthy - Simple Truths Revealed with (3) special guests: Dr. Fred Bisci, Linda and Jay Kordich - "The Father of Juicing".
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Understanding Natural Law
In Your Healthy Journey, Dr. Bisci says, "The body's biochemistry evolved over millions of years, whereas our current dietary lifestyles developed over the last hundred years. One of the laws governing the body is that it will only function optimally if what we eat is consistent with our biochemical make-up."
"This is so obvious, you'd think most people would understand and act accordingly. The reason they don't see the obvious is that the body has an extraordinary capacity to adapt to toxic foods and to desensitize itself, so that people are not aware of what's actually happening to them." It's time to get back to basics and avoid the disease model of healthcare.
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A refreshing look at food choices
Dr. Bisci believes that processed foods; non-organic foods; plus alcohol and coffee should be eliminated from the diet - as quickly as possible. This is the foundation by which optimal health can be created. "What you leave out" is essential BEFORE we focus on "what you put in".
Dr. Bisci encourages people to eat as much (living) food as possible. If you're interested in preventing dis-ease - eat fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds and sprouts. Regarding protein, reduce your intake of animal products and buy grass-fed meats, free range chicken or turkey, and fresh fish. (if possible) Remember, food choices play a major role in our physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
This week's guest: Dr. Fred Bisci - Optimal Health and Longevity
Meet Dr. Bisci - Being Healthy - Simple Truths Revealed - Thu. Dec. 15
Dr. Fred Bisci, born 1929, is a lifestyle coach, food scientist and clinical nutritionist. He has counseled and helped successfully, tens of thousands of people with this lifestyle approach in nutrition and well-being as well as those with numerous degenerative illnesses and ailments.
Dr. Bisci's history includes hosting his own television show "Eat Your Way to Health," which had the largest viewing audience in New York City and won the famed Nova Award for best health series. He is the author of "Your Healthy Journey (Discovering Your Body's Full Potential)" and has been interviewed and quoted in numerous books and health periodicals. Throughout the world, he has conducted seminars and spoken, at universities, professional organizations, and business groups on how to lead a long, healthy life.
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