Understanding Our Dietary Roots

This is a short article by Jordan Rubin, the author of The Maker's Diet:

History reveals that the most primitive people were generally the healthiest as well! Our ancestors rarely died from the diet- and lifestyle-related illnesses that kill most people nowadays, mainly because our ancestors ate healthfully and were more active. They foraged from primary food sources such as wild game, fresh-caught fish from the sea or inland waterways, wild berries, nuts, and plant foods.

Our ancestors ate in order to live. In our era, we have allowed food to become our idol, and too many people admittedly live to eat. Most modern men and women have strayed far from the Creator's foods, the same foods that nourished the world's healthiest people. In our promiscuous society, we say yes to virtually every whim and desire of our palate, resulting in a national dilemma of an overweight, sedentary, and increasingly sick population.

Eat to Live Today!
Although the Maker's Diet is a whole body approach to wellness, there are a few guidelines to follow if you want to eat to live. Follow these simple shopping rules: Choose from organic fruits and vegetables, wild fish, and wild or grass-fed beef, lamb, and chicken. Always avoid shellfish and pork, both of which are scavengers and considered unclean animals.

By the author of The Maker's Diet, Jordan Rubin

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