Learning to use food as medicine for health remains key to better living. Raw fruits and veggies as well as fish and meat are a great resource.
Using Food As Medicine For Health
Some people are born lucky. I was lucky to be born. I was a premature baby born at home during the height of the Great Depression. Furthermore, I only weighed three pounds and thirteen ounces. I was carried around on a pillow, and my mother had problems keeping people from sitting on me. Dad said that I hit the floor running and never stopped.
I have never had a major illness and have never been hospitalized. Also, I take no medicine or supplements. I have had some bumps and bruises over the years, but hard work and a daily dose of cod-liver oil has kept my bones strong.
I learned healthy living at my dad’s knee: Cod-liver oil makes strong bones, fish is brain food, green plants are nature’s pharmacy and horse radish is a blood cleanser.
From that fragile beginning I became a healthy person and now I want to give back to a world of people that has always befriended me.