Chinese philosophy is all about balance. Foods are classified by taste, color, and their thermic nature. Consequently, meals are supposed to reflect a perfect balance of each of these groups. If one flavor, color and thermic nature is used too much or too little, the body can get out of balance. According to traditional Chinese philosophy, diseases are invited by neglecting basic nutritional and lifestyle principles.
Where all berries are valuable sources of minerals, vitamins, and other antioxidants, wild blueberries (of all berries) score the second highest ORAC value (6552). Blueberries as part of a balanced, complete diet of whole unprocessed foods are a wonderful source of antioxidants, macro and micro nutrients, that synergistically contribute to optimum cellular health, thus preventing cancer, promoting vasculatory health, intestinal health, supporting weight loss, eye health and overall health and well-being.
The foods you eat will become the building blocks of your body cells. Chronic fatigue, obesity, heart diseases, cancers and other immune deficiency diseases have become a dramatic part of many people’s lives as a result of poor nutrition. But that does not have to happen to you and your family. Simply making the right food choices can put you on the road to good health - even if you are on a budget. Just remember: YOU make your decisions and your decisions will make you.
Modern day researchers continue to catch up with time-honored wisdom as they discover that exercise, in particular resistance exercises, has a strong rejuvenating effect on muscle tissue in healthy senior citizens.