Eat your way to better health

No matter how hard you look in the hyped Cheaper Medicines Act, you won’t find where the promised cheaper medicines are. Neither can you find these in Botikas or doctor’s clinics. They can be found in the most unlikely place: the wet market, the items called fruits and vegetables, generically labeled food. This emerging realization that food is medicine is growing.

It's such an amazing claim that it's hard to believe: Simply by eating right and exercising you can beat some of the most dangerous medical conditions around. But this promise isn't snake oil or an exaggeration--it's scientific fact. Studies done at leading research centers show that food can do what drugs often can't: restore your health and vitality.


Is it possible that a solution to many health disorders is so much more simple than the search for a miracle pill or vaccine? Can we use food as a means to overcome our health concerns?
What if our government was to spend the same kind of money that we currently do on expensive equipment to diagnose disease and put some of that that money into preventative education programs with a focus on healthy food choices? We already know that what we eat has a direct correlation to our health as the food we consume becomes part of our cellular makeup. The human body regenerates itself every second of every day. Every day billions of cells in our bodies die and new cells are regenerated. The source of the building blocks for this process comes from the nutrients in the food we eat.

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