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Friday 12 th September 2014
In our modern and developed Western society, most people have plenty of food. Even the poor can go to community centers where they do not lack food. How do we explain then that there are so many nutrient deficiencies?


Wednesday 20 th August 2014
In summer we often feel like eating fruit: it is refreshing, sweet and a healthy choice for snacks and breakfast. Fruits provide valuable vitamins, minerals; they are detoxifying, antioxidant and help to regulate the digestion, etc. 
It’s a very valuable food, furthermore, some people can suffer some discomfort and even more serious gastro-intestinal disorders when eating some kind of fruits, they can have some intolerances or allergies.
However, there are many questions that arise when it comes to eating them. How should we eat them:  with or without their peel, before or after meals, fruit juice or whole fruit, etc.?

Thursday 26 th June 2014
Saturated Fats get a very bad press. In general, they are associated with arteriosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases, as well as having a reputation for making you fat. But some nutritionists have a completely different opinion, and believe that saturated fats are necessary for good health. Which of the two opinions is right? What are the arguments supporting each of the two opinions?

Tuesday 29 th April 2014
Identifying intolerances is one of the most important issues in order to find the diet that suits better for a person.
Almost every person that suffers some kind of disease, chronic o repetitive acute sickness, is affected by some kind of food intolerance. In some cases, avoiding this intolerance can even heal the person.
The symptoms of a food intolerance are delayed, from some hours to some days, to the contrary of an allergy which develops an immediat reaction. This is why intolerances are so difficult to find out.

It is difficult to test all foods that have some chance of being problematic. However, you can use different strategies to identify whether you have any kind of intolerance.

Tuesday 29 th April 2014
Your best doctor is no one else but you. 
Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride says: "There is no universal rule, and anyone who tries to prescribe us when we should fast when we should eat and should not be listened to. No scientist, no doctor in the world and no laboratory can tell you what you should do personally. The only authority that everyone should listen to is his own body, because Mother Nature has taken billions of years to draw it".
Our body knows exactly what is best for it, we only need to be able to listen to it. Every animal knows perfectly what to eat, for example cows instinctively eat medicinal herb when they are sick, without being told to do so. Why are we humans the only ones who don't know what is best for us? Why do we consume food that is harmful for us? What kind of factors stop us from listening to our body?
This article will be on the subject of the second principle of Living Fully Nourished method: how to get to know yourself in order to take your health into your own hands.

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