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Once upon a time, everything humans ate came from nature, in a relatively unaltered state. Now days, most foods have been significantly altered and changed by the time they’ve made their way to our shelves. With such dramatic changes being made to our foods, we often find that they lose nutritional content, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. It will never be as easy as it once was to eat clean and pure foods, but you can always try to eat as many foods as close to their natural state as possible. Grow your own where you can, buy organic where possible and remain conscious of how altered your food has become by the time it reaches you ?

Once upon a time, everything humans ate came from nature, in a relatively unaltered state. Now days, most foods have been significantly altered and changed by the time they’ve made their way to our shelves. With such dramatic changes being made to our foods, we often find that they lose nutritional content, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. It will never be as easy as it once was to eat clean and pure foods, but you can always try to eat as many foods as close to their natural state as possible. Grow your own where you can, buy organic where possible and remain conscious of how altered your food has become by the time it reaches you ?
July 1, 2017 lovechai

Once upon a time, everything humans ate came from nature, in a relatively unaltered state. Now days, most foods have been significantly altered and changed by the time they’ve made their way to our shelves. With such dramatic changes being made to our foods, we often find that they lose nutritional content, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. It will never be as easy as it once was to eat clean and pure foods, but you can always try to eat as many foods as close to their natural state as possible. Grow your own where you can, buy organic where possible and remain conscious of how altered your food has become by the time it reaches you ?