Some Health Foods Aren’t Healthy!

We have all heard too much of anything, even a good thing, isn’t good for us.  Well, that can also be said about health food…WHAT?!  Some health food really isn’t that healthy after all. Take raisins for example. If eaten too often and in larger quantities these little snacks can become a huge burden.
Raisins are actually loaded with empty calories.  Ugh, yet another let down when trying to choose a whole food.  A single 2/3 cup serving of these little sugar pills contains 296 calories and 78.5 grams of carbohydrates. That’s equal to 3 servings of regular Pepsi or Coke. Since we don’t advocate drinking soda obviously, we would be better off with drinking a can instead of 2/3 cup of raisins when you look at it this way. I know which choice some of you would actually pick too!
So what to do about all this? The answer comes down to two words we have all heard before, Super Foods. For a food to make it into the elite Super Food category it basically has to be packed with vitamins, minerals, and nutrients but that’s not all. Super Foods must also provide you with extra ordinary health benefits that you can’t get from normal foods.
If you eat these Super Foods you will notice the benefits of them.  These are God’s treasures on this earth for us to help make our bodies healthy and whole.  You don’t have to JUST eat Super Foods, you can eat this with your normal diet. It’s like a power packed vitamin – not in pill form. You will get more benefits from these foods obviously more than a pill.  My feeling is that you will have a more vibrant and abundant health focused lifestyle it will be hard to NOT do what God is calling you to do.
So who doesn’t want to: Rejuvenate your body, Eliminate disease, Sharpen your mind,Heighten your senses, Brighten your mood, Increase sexual potency,Have a fresh supply of strength and stamina?

    Top Superfoods Offering Super Health Protection: The list is out and here are the winners!

    • Beans
    • Blueberries
    • Broccoli
    • Oats
    • Oranges
    • Pumpkin
    • Salmon
    • Soy
    • Spinach
    • Tea (green or black)
    • Tomatoes
    • Turkey
    • Walnuts
    • Yogurt

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