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                                          Consume LOTS of

                                    RAW FRUITS & VEGGIES


                   

Raw produce is loaded with anti-oxidants, fiber, live enzymes, phytonutrients/vitamins/minerals


Latest recommendations: Eat 7-13 servings per day to reduce the risk of degenerative disease.

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- Replace table salt with Himalayan crystal salt or sea salt

Himalayan pink crystal salt is far superior to traditional iodized salt.

* Contains the same 84 natural minerals and elements found in the human body

* Not exposed to toxins and impurities since it has been maturing over thousands of years under

   intense tectonic pressure

* Its minerals are tiny enough for our cells to easily absorb because they exist in a colloidal

   form

* Can assist in many bodily functions (such as reducing muscle cramps, promoting blood sugar

   health and promoting healthy pH in your cells)


Sea salt is also a better choice over regular table salt.
- Contains about 80 mineral elements that the body needs 
- Has nutrients and minerals that help your body preserve the blood cells 

Other alternatives to table salt are Kosher salt, kelp, or dulse/dulce

There are healthier substitutes for unhealthier choices.  We would be happy to furnish a more detailed list at your request.  E-mail us at: Michelle@TheHighway2Health.com  Be sure to select “Healthy Food Alternatives” in the subject bar for your free list.  ​

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Replace bad fats (trans-fats/hydrogenated oils/ unhealthy saturated fats) with good, essential fats (unsaturated fats/high in Omega 3's).

              
- Avacadoes and olives


​             - Coconut oil/coconut milk/coconut milk yogurt

 

             - Seaweed, spirulina, and wakame

             - Seeds (chia, flax, hemp, pumpkin, sunflower, sesame)

             - Nuts and nutbutters (walnuts, almonds, cashews, hazelnuts)

             - Oils (not heated) (Krill, avocado, mustard, walnut)


​             - Dark, green leafy vegetables (broccoli, spinach, kale, chard, collards)

   

             - Beans (mungo beans, French beans, navy beans)

 

             - Fresh, wild-caught fish (please choose smaller fish low in mercury)​​​​











      

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​​​​​​Replace sugary drinks (juice, soda. alcohol) with WATER

      

- Make water (preferably filtered) your first choice beverage.

 - Drink ½ body weight in ounces every day

- Take a water bottle with you everywhere you go.

- Make other drinks a once-in-a-while treat rather than a daily beverage 











Benefits of Drinking Water:

               * Increases Energy/Relieves Fatigue                                  * Improves Mood
               * Aids Weight Loss                                                           * Flushes Out Toxins
               * Improves Skin Complexion                                              * 
Helps with Digestion
               * Maintains Regularity                                                       * Boosts Immune System
               * Helps Prevent and Treat Headaches                                * Prevents Cramps & Sprains





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* Loaded with Antioxidants                                                     * Kills Bacteria and Inhibits Viruses

   ​* Increases Fat Burning/Boosts Metabolic Rate                       * Improves Brain Function

   * Improves Insulin Sensitivity/Reduce Blood Sugar Levels       * Lowers LDL Cholesterol 

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            Healthy Fats are important because they:

* Improve immune system      * Reduce risk of disease          * Maintain healthy skin 
* Increase energy levels         * Reduce migraines                  * Reduce constipation
* Satisfy the appetite, aiding in weight loss

     

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The bioavailability of calcium from vegetables is HIGHER.

(Remember only 32% of the calcium in milk is bioavailable as compared to:

- Brussel sprouts (64%)  

- Mustard greens (58%)  

- Brocolli (53%)   

​- Bok choy (52%) 

- Kale (50%)

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Replace red meat with poultry, fish, and vegetarian dishes high in protein.

  If you want a healthier meat alternative to red meat, choose leaner meats such as turkey, chicken,

 or Cornish hens.

 Replace meat with fresh, wild-caught fish (Alaskan salmon, Pacific Canada and US sardines)

 Replace with quinoa or legumes dishes (kidney & pinto beans, lentils, chick peas, vegetarian chili) 

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Replace packaged/canned/boxed with

          organic versions (at the very least) or whole foods (better).

          * Fruits               * Vegetables               * Whole grains (gluten-free)               * Sprouts

          * Legumes (beans, peas, lentils)          * Raw nuts/seeds and nut/seed butters     


IMPORTANCE OF ANTIOXIDANTS

Replace white flour/pasta/rice/breads with gluten-free flour/rice/

pasta/breads.

- Ancient grains such as amaranth, quinoa, and millet are gluten-free

- Pasta made from gluten-free bean flour or gluten-free brown rice flour

- Gluten free oats

​- Sorghum flour, almond flour, and coconut flour are great gluten-free flours for baking​​

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        Replace dairy cow products with plant-based milk alternatives

- Plant based milk (Almond milk, cashew milk, coconut milk, rice milk, oat milk)

- Coconut milk yogurt

- Coconut milk, cashew milk, and almond milk ice cream substitute

- Plant based cheese substitutes

          

- Goat products (yogurt, cheese, milk)
        - Digests in 20 min. (vs. 6-8 hours)
        - Better protein, live enzymes, and less allergies/mucus

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                   Worried about not getting enough calcium? 


      1 cup of milk = 296 mg. of calcium….of which ony 32% of the calcium in milk is bioavailable

                                  - ¼ cup of sesame seeds = 351 mg. of calcium

                                  - 1 cup boiled spinach = 245 mg. of calcium

                                  - 1 cup boiled collard greens = 266 mg. calcium
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​​​​​Replace white processed sugar and artificial sweeteners with natural sweeteners:

- Sucanat (sugar in its most natural form)

- Raw Stevia Leaf or Powder (NOT to be confused with processed Truvia and white processed Stevia):

  Stevia is low glycemic herb, rich in nutrients that actually lower your blood sugar, rich in

  chlorophyll, has no carbs or calories, and actually provide some health benefits.


- Brown rice syrup: contains no fructose                   


- Raw, organic, local honey or Manuka honey (NOT commercial honey) in small quantities is a

  good substitute.


- Lo Han (monk fruit): Used in China for centuries to treat obesity and diabetes, is rich in

  antioxidants, low glycemic, and has no calories.

- Pure maple syrup:  Usually comprised of approx. 70% sucrose, with a low fructose level.

   Also contain antioxidants.


 - Barley malt syrup: A natural product that contains some minerals and vitamins and no

   chemicals, as well as a lower glycemic index than sugar.


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