The TDI and Health Through Awareness Newsletter. The focus of this month’s newsletter is on Eating Seasonally – Eating locally grown food in accordance with the seasons will help you live in harmony with yourself, your body and the earth … Read more
Our webinar hosting service, Webinar Jam, is experiencing technical difficulties which caused us to cancel October’s webinar on Lyme disease. We hope to resume our webinar series beginning January 2017 … Until then, please browse our past webinars
“The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
– Thomas Edison
Carbohydrates are good sources of energy, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and a host of other important food components like bioflavonoids, isoflavones, and polyphenols that are essential for optimal health. Choosing the right carbohydrates is essential to healthy eating. Learn how nature provides many sources of good carbohydrates.
Protein is a key component of muscle, skin, hair and other tissues of the body. You also need protein to manufacture the enzymes and hormones that are involved in digestion, metabolism, and tissue growth and repair. Most healthy protein sources are low GI foods as well and therefore help to control your appetite and reduce your cravings for carbohydrates and sweets – a good reason to include protein with each meal.
The Soul of Healing Summit is online and FREE from July 11-18, 2016. Many struggle with pain and illness despite years of treatment. Could healing involve more than physical/medical interventions? Learn how to harness the power of your mind, emotions and spirit to create radical self-healing! This validates the concept of Primary Food, something I talked about in my November 2015 newsletter.
The truth is that our bodies need fat, and knowing what kinds of fats to consume and what kinds to avoid is not complicated. Your body needs fat to nourish your heart, brain, nerves, hormones and, in fact, every single cell. Fat is also good for the health of your hair, skin, and nails too.
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