Pretty much everyone knows that vitamins and minerals are essential for vibrant health. One of the easiest ways to add more vitamins and minerals to your daily diet is by eating plenty of raw food, such as ripe fruits and gorgeous leafy greens.
By enjoying fresh fruit and plant food, you fuel your cells with some of the best elements nature has to offer. Check this article to discover what you must know about leafy greens.
Discover that one place you want to be acidic in your body
Leafy greens are a huge blessing to your health. They increase your fiber and mineral intake. Leafy greens are also vitally important to obtain and maintain normal levels of stomach acid.
There is one place in the body that should be acidic: the stomach. Unfortunately, many people deal with low stomach acid, meaning it’s leaning toward the alkaline side. Other body parts, which naturally should be in an alkaline state, are experiencing various levels of acidity. These imbalances are caused, for the most part, by diet, but also other factors play a role, such as skincare products, for example.
Just as most of our body needs to be in an alkaline state for overall health, it is equally important to have normal levels of hydrochloric acid in the stomach. Stomach acid enables several crucial processes in the body. The absorption of most minerals is one of them.
Many people are dealing with parasites and fungi. In a healthy body parasites and fungi have no way of surviving, as healthy levels of stomach acid will kill them right away.
Ann Wigmore, the queen of sprouting, reversed her grey hair back to its natural color. The magic? A raw food diet full of sprouts and leafy greens, especially wheatgrass. Grey hair is the result of nutritional deficiencies caused by low stomach acid, an under-functioning digestive tract, and a stagnant lymphatic system. Get your greens in every day to support healthy aging.
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