The nutritional information included in the membership section is designed to eliminate the confusion caused by the marketing of food products so that anyone can understand how they can maintain health and optimize their athletic performance. Personally both of my parents succumbed to cancer so understanding human health has been a mission of mine for 30 years. The guidelines in this section are taken form the known research of Ray Peat and Lita Lee and the expert advice of Shelly Anderson.
North America is center stage for the continued decrease in overall health of it’s people. The complete lack of high quality food available is leading to an epidemic of disease in the populace.
Leonardo Da Vinci coined the phrase, “you are what you eat”. It was not a statement to get people on a diet but rather an observation from his studies that the human body was comprised of what it was eating from nature. Carbohydrates, fats and proteins all played a role in keeping the human body healthy and full of energy. Human beings are omnivores and therefore need some of a lot of things to maintain homeostasis.
There have been many great scientists that have proved there are basic fundamentals that need to be followed to maintain your health. Linus Pauling who won the Nobel prize twice for his work in health and nutrition, determined the important role of minerals and enzymes in avoiding serious disease. He came to the conclusion that, “you can trace every sickness, every disease and every ailment to a mineral deficiency”. Knowing that the US government determined in the 1920’s that the top soil in North America was woefully mineral deficient, imagine how depleted it must be now.
Your body will literally become what you eat and therefore the nutrition section provides the best possible sources of proteins, carbohydrates and fats as well as the emphasizing the importance of clean water.
One of the many less talked about things in nutrition is proper digestion. It is not just what you eat but what you also digest, absorb and assimilate into your body that will keep you healthy. Tips on how to improve your digestion as well as keeping your glycemic load in your meals low are also included.
There is a list of websites for food and supplements, basic health information, clean water, skin care and other information relating to general health as well as important reading recommendations and movie suggestions.