"But unto you that fear My name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in His wings" Malachi 4:2
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"Come unto Me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28
Only the LORD can perform the MIRACLE OF HEALING
If you are the owner of a car, you will most likely be in possession of its service manual written by the manufacturers. In it, they inform you of the best fuel and oils which should be used to maintain your car in the best possible condition.
Likewise, our bodies also need the right "fuel" to function well. Certain foods are optimal to make healthy blood, muscle and bone. To remain healthy, we need to choose the food we eat wisely and maintain a diet well balanced with the following four main food groups: Fruits, Nuts, Seeds and Grains and Vegetables.
It is good to start every morning with a hearty breakfast including:
-- Grains - e.g. oats, wholegrain bread, brown rice or porrige
-- Alternative Milks (cow's milk is not really conducive to good health) - e.g. oat or soy
-- Fruits - apples, pears, bananas, berries, paw-paw, oranges, etc.
At midday, it is healthy to have a good vegetable meal with:
-- Starches - like potatoes (if possible with skin), wholegrain bread and grains
-- Protein - contained in beans, nuts and seeds
-- Greens - cabbage, silverbeet, spinach, parsley, etc.
-- Colours - carrots, pumpkin, cauliflower, beetroot, etc.
It is best to have a light evening meal with fruit and a little grain, e.g. in the form of wholegrain crackers. This meal should be eaten no less than two to three hours before going to bed.
It is also important to eat meals at regular times and no food should be eaten between meals to allow the stomach the rest it needs. A good recommendation is to have some raw salad with each meal, as this aids digestion.
It is possible to have too much of a good thing. We need to have an understanding of the word "Nutrition". It means to eat foods only which are good for the upbuilding of out bodies and eat them in moderation, at the right times.
Fatty foods tend to store as fat, increasing the risk of disease and making us more sluggish.
Eating a good hearty breakfast, a good-sized midday meal and a light meal in the evening, gives us the fuel we need at the right times when we need the energy. It also helps to keep our bodies in good shape and helps in weight control.
If a good-sized meal cannot be eaten at midday, it would be wise to have more in the morning, rather than have a large heavy meal late in the day. This can result in disturbed sleep, not waking refreshed in the morning and an unhealthy circle can soon develop.
Some foods are not good for our well-being. Alcohol, smoking, coffee and drugs are very harmful. Lollies, canned drinks, ice creams, cakes, made with a high sugar content are also dangerous for our ongoing health.
Harmful effects may not be noticed straight away, but over a period of time, our immune system will begin to fail. This will increase the risk of disease and in the worst cases, may result in damaged organs and even death.
Eating too many sweets and sugar foods makes unhealthy blood and they are not good for building strong healthy tissues.
By not eating between meals, it reduces the temptation of eating sweets. If there is need to eat something sweet after a meal, a piece of fruit would be so much better. Acidic fruit like an orange or similar are best after a vegetable meal.