I was reading an article recently about McDonald's attempt to remove preservatives and fake colors from their foods in an attempt to reach a more health-conscious audience.
For example, they're now saying all of their beef patties will be made from 100% beef ... This makes me wonder what they were using previously to pass off their burgers as cow's beef!
Take a look at the 2 pictures below:
The first one shows an order of a burger and french fries on day #1. Picture #2 shows the same burger and fries 5 years later:
*photos courtesy of Happy Meal Project.
If your food looks like this after 5 years, you really have to ask what's in it.
It's safe to assume that whatever is inside of that food is not safe for human consumption. Just imagine how hard your body has to work to process the mess inside of this meal.
I used to eat those McGriddle 'sammiches' with the hash browns every morning. As I reflect back on that, I'm disgusted at how I allowed myself to consume this bad food.
This stuff ain't real ... There's absolutely no nutritional value coming out of these meals. These companies do a wonderful job at marketing this mess to make us believe this food is real, healthy and consumable.
It's processed food with a bunch of harmful chemicals and additives designed to make our bodies crave it, while also making us sick with all types of illnesses and diseases.
The best type of meal to eat is a whole food, plant based meal... Making it yourself helps to ensure you know exactly what's in your food.
My morning oats, seeds, and fruits (see video below) give me the nutrients I need to nurture and heal my body. This is the type of stuff that turns your insides into a 'disease fighting and busting' machine.
I'm anxious to watch how the simple switch from a toxic processed meal will bring my blood sugar levels down, while eventually getting me off of my high blood pressure medicines.
What about you???
What type of ailments are you dealing with, and what are you doing to give your body a fighting chance to defeat these chronic illnesses and diseases?
Please share in the comments below.