The relationship between FOOD QUALITY and DIGESTION


What is food and what is its function in the human body?
These are strange questions that are often not given much thought. Is food something that is just chewed and swallowed in order to relieve us of that gnawing pain in our stomachs? No, it is much much more.
Food is a complete package designed to provide the human body with a balance of minerals, carbohydrates, vitamins, proteins, enzymes and various other properties such as oils, phytonutrients, and antioxidants. It takes all these elements in foods and many more not listed, collectively called nutrition, to be in balance in order for the human body to be properly nourished.
Food provides the nutrition our bodies need in order to live, grow, reproduce, and regain our health. Sadly, much of the food consumed today does not provide this balance of nutrition. When this happens health begins to falter and disease nips at the heels.

Grading Food Quality

Produce can be graded in its quality based upon its reading on a refractometer. The refractometer measures dissolved minerals and plant sugars.
E Grade
Produce graded in the E range is a complete failure. This type of produce confers no health benefit upon consumption. It is a net negative on the body’s health. This type of food is a major contributor to indigestion, completely lacks rare earths such as iodine, chromium, and vanadium and is tremendously calcium deficient. As a result of its calcium deficiency it is very susceptible to toxins from heavy metals and pesticides. 
D Grade
Food graded in the D range represents a step up from the E Range. This type of food is typical of what is commonly found in most supermarkets. It sustains life but not health. It rots easily and is void of rare earth minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins. Foods in the D range have poorly formed proteins, excess nitrates, and poor enzyme levels. 
C Grade
Produce graded in the C range represents a substantial increase in quality from grades D and E. This type of food sustains life and can even benefit someone consistently eating foods in the low D to E range. Foods in this grade can be eaten with less indigestion than grades D and E.
B Grade
Food graded in the B range can have a great impact on most people’s health. This type of produce has good nutritional density and carbohydrate levels, which facilitates proper digestion. With good nutrition and digestion the body enjoys greater energy levels and a stronger immune system. Calcium levels in these foods are much better than the lower grades with less susceptibility to taking on toxic substances.
A Grade
Top-quality produce in the A grade are the crown jewel of foods. These foods taste so good they can only be described as heavenly. The nutrition offered by these foods are as good as they taste—outstanding. These foods have virtually no free nitrates, do not cause indigestion, and have properly formed proteins. A-grade foods have very high levels of vitamins, carbohydrates, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, and trace minerals. As a result they have the greatest impact on improving health and providing nutrition against disease. 

What is Digestion?

Now that we have looked at the various grades of food lets take a closer look at how food quality impacts the digestive process. The digestive process acts as a governor of our health. If we are not properly digesting food then the energy in the food we consume does not become available to the body. In a nutshell digestion is all about getting energy (nutrition) from food. This energy comes in the form of carbohydrates, proteins, minerals, vitamins, oils, and enzymes to name a few.
Food that provides nutrition against disease must facilitate a healthy digestion. The only foods that measure up to this standard on nutrition are top-quality produce and animal products from animals raised on top-quality feeds. 
The question is, can u grade your own food? which grade are they? How safe are they? Can they be eaten everyday? Most of us cannot get our hands on the grade A food, simply because they are expensive. But there is a way of making sure that our grade B or C food can be consumed safely; by purifying them using BIOZONE FOOD PURIFIER. Once your raw food is purified, all the pesticides and harmful toxins are gone, then yes, we can eat them safely everyday:) If u experience diarrhea or stomachache after eating, u can start preventing them to happen again by purifying your food:) 

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