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The nutrients are in the plants that you can eat = whole food

Whole food + Nutrients = Good Health

Whole food

Whole grains
Legumes (beans & lentils)
Nuts & seeds
Herbs & spices 

+ Nutrients

Good fats

= Good health

Balanced body
Functional for all situations
Positive mental health 

Nutrients helps repair and restore your body


Processed food

Low/no nutrients

Packaged food
Ready-made meals
Fast / Junk food
Soft drinks
Bad fats, sugar and salt
Food with chemicals 
Some food from animals

= Poor health

Raised cholesterol
Blood pressure
Mood swings
Weight issues
Mental health imbalances 

= Unhealthy

Body becomes sick
Immune system weakens
Difficulty in fighting off illnesses
Organs become damaged
Difficulty in body functions
Cancer, heart issues, etc 

Poor health = health issues

  • Weight
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Bad mood / mood swings
  • Cholesterol
  • High Blood pressure
  • Fatigue
  • Arthritis
  • Skin issues
  • Food Intolerances
  • Asthma
  • Acid refluxes

Eating food with nutrients can improve and protect your health

Nutrients explained

  • Nutrients in fresh, whole foods can help the body survive in today’s world.
  • They give the body the strength and energy to repair and restore every day.
  • Without nutrients, the body runs out of energy faster over time. It is like a car running low on fuel, oil and water. It becomes overdue for a service.
  • The body can become tired and suffer when pushed hard to keep going. It can become sick. They need fresh foods for the nutrients to repair and restore the body. 
  • Processed foods have little or no nutrients. They are not good quality fuel for the body.
  • Fresh food with the important nutrients is better for your body, mind and soul.

"Prevention is the best cure" = eat healthy foods now

Whole foods

Fresh, whole foods are:

  • from plants
  • grown for us to eat
  • unprocessed
  • unrefined
  • or processed and refined as little as possible.

Whole foods:

  • Whole grains
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Legumes (beans & lentils)
  • Nuts & seeds
  • Herbs & spices

Processed foods

Processed foods:

  • lollies
  • soft drinks
  • chips
  • juices
  • milk drinks (eg. iced coffee)
  • soups
  • nuts with additional flavours
  • pasta dishes
  • frozen pizzas
  • biscuits
  • cakes
  • processed/cured meats ie. salami. 

They come with various additives:

  • sugar
  • salt
  • cheap carbs
  • preservatives
  • artificial flavours

so they can stay ‘edible’ for a long period of time before decaying. 

They are processed in factories, mostly packed in plastics, and are transported in long distances.

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