Cooking May Be Hazardous To Your Health
by Bonnie Fronek
alteration is simply a matter of temperature, cooking method, and time.
* 100% of enzymes are damaged and the body is depleted of the energy it needs to
maintain and repair tissue and organ systems, which will shorten our lives. Eating
enzyme-dead food places a burden on the pancreas and other organs and overworks
them, which eventually exhausts these organs and rendering them ineffective.
* After eating a cooked meal, there is a rush of white blood cells towards the
digestive tract, leaving the rest of the body less protected by the immune system.
The immune system “thinks” the body is being invaded by a foreign (toxic) substance
when cooked food is eaten.
* Much needed natural fibers break down and the body needs 20-30 grams of fiber
daily to have the ability to remove the toxins that accumulate at a rapid rate.
* There is malnutrition at the cellular level. Cooked foods are lower in nutrients and
they contain wastes and toxins. For this reason the individual cells don't receive
enough of the nutrients they need to combat the daily onslaught of excess free
radicals that build up within the cells. Eventually many of the cells in our body become
overworked and unable to handle the continuous attacks. The result is serious disease
and illness. A prime example is cancer, which kills an estimated 30% of Americans.
Gee, we thought we were eating a healthy home cooked meal! Now because of all
the changes that took place in the food when it was cooked, we have actually caused
premature aging in our bodies. We may have even contributed to the attack of a
What can be done to counteract all the damage done by cooking? It is virtually
impossible to eat nothing but raw food. The good news is that we can live long
healthy lives if we know what to do.
1. Eat lots of fresh fruit daily (certified organic when possible)
2. Eat lots of raw vegetables. Choose from romaine or leafy green lettuce, carrots,
cucumbers, tomatoes, green peppers, red sweet peppers, pea pods, etc. They are
loaded with antioxidants and phytonutrients.
3. When cooking, steam your vegetables and serve on the crisp side.
4. Drink plenty of pure filtered water.
5. Take high quality nutritional supplements including antioxidants, colostrum,
phytonutrients and glyconutrients.
In summary, with today’s high stress, fast paced society we have to be proactive
about protecting our health and the health of our loved ones. Finding new tips and
secrets on good health is one way of the best ways to guard against illness. For more
I can be reached at 715-484-2225 or email me at . I
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About The Author
Bonnie Fronek, National Health Educator, has been helping people find alternatives
that improve their eating habits and their health. Being a former cancer patient, she
seriously pursued learning how to help her body heal and repair and to prevent serious
illness from returning. She loves to share her findings and help others to experience
better health and well-being. Her website is: .
Did you know that cooking your
food could cause serious damage
to your health?
Changes take place, as food is
cooked above 117 degrees
Fahrenheit for three minutes or
longer. Damage becomes
progressively worse at higher
temperatures over longer
periods of time.
* 30% to 50% of vitamins,
minerals and amino acids are
destroyed. The degree of
depletion, destruction, and
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