It's Alive! - The Importance of Choosing Living Foods
by Ann Musico
long, dark, dreary winter. Those first warm sunny spring days boost our moods and
Dr. Johanna Budwig, a brilliant German biochemist, says live foods are electron-rich,
attract, store, and conduct the sun's energy in your body. The more light energy you
have stored, the greater your electromagnetic field is, which creates more available
energy for healing and maintaining optimal health.
Consider this: The most basic building blocks in our bodies are cells. Cells group
together to make tissues; tissues form organs. Our organs form our 7 body
systems. In nature we have 7 primary colors - the 7 colors of the rainbow. In music
there are 7 notes. Just as musical instruments must be properly tuned to produce
beautiful music - the 7 systems in our bodies must be "in tune with nature".
We can actually be considered to be "human photocells," whose basic nutrient is
sunlight. I mentioned something called "biophotons," earlier. They contain important
biological information, which controls complex vital processes in your body. These
light units actually have the power to order and regulate body functions. When we
are saturated with these, we enjoy greater feelings of vitality and well-being.
So why is this important to you? Very simply, the more sunlight a food is able to
store, the more nutritious it is. The ability to store biophotons is a measure of the
quality of your food.
What foods specifically are we talking about? Your body was designed with the
built-in ability to recognize the pure nutrition that nature provides and whole foods
are the purest form of nutrition available - they are alive! They carry bio-electric
energy and other complex nutritional messages that vibrate with frequencies that
energize the body.
Specifically, naturally grown, fresh vegetables and sun-ripened fruits are rich in light
energy. Raw, live foods, like sprouts are particularly alive with this energy.
Minerals are particularly powerful sources of biophotons. Where do you find them? In
natural, unprocessed Celtic sea salt, seaweeds, fish, bee pollen, properly soaked
and/or sprouted grains, raw seeds and nuts. All foods I suggest you begin including in
your meal plans.
The food you choose can nourish not only your body but your spirit and soul as well.
Spiritual nutrition includes whole foods, and the energetic qualities of the food. Please
don't get nervous and think this is some "new age" stuff. I assure you it is the way
God created the living foods we are to use as fuel. Our bodies, souls and spirits
receive important information when we provide them with nutrient-dense,
So my suggestion to you is this: begin to include more raw, living foods in your daily
meal plans. A very easy way to begin is simply by eating a raw salad daily topped
with sprouts; eating a few pieces of ripe fruit; and properly preparing your whole
Remember the Bible tells us in Deuteronomy 30:19 to choose life. Part of that is
choosing the right fuels to nourish ourselves. Next time you are choosing foods for
your meal, ask yourself - is there any life in this?
About The Author
Ann Musico is a certified Biblical health coach and independent nutritional consultant.
She has developed a "3-D Living Program" to assist her coaching clients in achieving
vibrant health and wholeness - spirit, soul and body. Visit her website at
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to create a life of passion and purpose, wholeness and harmony.
You absorb the sun's energy through
the food you eat as well as through
your skin. Stored sun energy from
your food gets into your cells in the
form of tiny particles of light. These
light particles are called 'biophotons',
which are the smallest physical units
We all know sunlight is vital - without
the sun it is virtually impossible for
most life forms to exist on this earth.
In fact, we can all attest to the
revitalizing effect sunlight has on our
souls and bodies, especially after a
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