NATIONAL HEALTH OBSERVACES: NUTRITION, COLORECTAL CANCER AND HIV/AIDS
RAISING AWARENESS BECAUSE KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!!
Healthy eating habits benefits the entire body.
It keeps skin, teeth and eyes healthy
It supports muscles
It boost immunity
It strengthens bones
It lowers your risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and cancer
It helps the digestive system
Colorectal cancer is cancer of the colon or rectum, located at the lower end of the digestive tract.
Early cases can begin as polyps. Polyps often has no symptoms and are usually found during a colon screening. Causes has been attributed to low fiber, high fat diets or a diet rich in processed foods/meats. Being overweight, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking also increase risk.
HIV/AIDS known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus / Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is a chronic disease in which the virus damages the immune system and interferes with the body's ability to fight infection and disease. Following a healthy diet can help.
"Let's build wellness rather than treat Disease."
Dr. Sebi stated, "Make your body a poor environment for cancer and other diseases."
Disease occurs due a build up of acid in the body which becomes a good medium for pathogens to survive. Mucus build up also is an attractive medium for Disease. Our bodies are slightly alkaline, blood PH need to be between 7.3-7.4. When the PH is too acidic the cells responsible for digestion don't function properly. Ideally a balanced blood PH will maintain regular bodily functions.
A diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains help prevent diseases. Fill your plate/bowl with these being the first ingredients. Proper Nutrition helps fight illness/disease. It helps you fight all viral and bacterial infections more effectively.
DID YOU KNOW?
SUGAR AND ARTIFICIAL SWEETNERS ARE ACIDIC
COFFEE IS ACIDIC
BLACK AND GREEN TEA IS LESS ACIDIC THAN COFFEE
MILK IS ACIDIC AND CAN PRODUCE MUCUS
Ensure good health, eat lightly, drink 2-3 liters of water daily, breathe deeply and be CARE FREE!!
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