Eating healthy is something everyone thinks of on a daily basis. This usually happens at the end of the day when sluggishness has set in or when money has been wasted on fast food. Although nothing has been put into action yet, it is the thought that counts right? Wrong. The only way to build up your immune system and start ridding parasites from your body is to start eating healthier and getting rid of as much processed foods as possible. Although cutting them out completely is extremely beneficial, in today’s society there is so much processed food on the shelves that it makes for a difficult task.
In order to clean out your fridge and cupboards of unhealthy foods, you must first know what exactly it is you need to throw out. First things first, get rid of the sweets. All sweets do to your body is help your body fat stick around longer than it should. It also adds to the fat cells because sugar is one of the leading causes of obesity. After all your sweet tooth foods are gone it is time to go for the soft spot. Processed foods. Although meats have been processed, they are not added to this list because they to do obtain all the additives that chips, cookies and pizzas do.
Even though it is hard to get rid of every processed food item in your home, it is important to get as many as possible out of your home. Foods to look for and to get rid of are chips, cookies, canned foods, candy, microwavable meals and juices. Believe it or not everyone of these items leaves behind parasites in your body, leaving you at risk for diseases and infection. By cutting these foods out you will allow your immune system to take over your body entirely and rid the parasites within just a few days of eating healthy.
After all processed and unhealthy foods are thrown away, it is time to fill your house with healthy foods. You will basically be replacing every item you threw out with the exact same thing just with fresh product. Some great foods to replace the items you threw out are fresh veggies and fruits, meats, fish and whole grain items. Instead of purchasing beverages on the shelf there are hundreds of recipes online for homemade juices and smoothies. Although juices may be labeled “100% Juice”, it has still been processed and has a very high amount of sugar.