What Is ‘Self Balancing Food’?






 

 

“I truly believe this food helps the body balance itself by providing all the vitamins and nutrition needed in a day – it is a true SUPERFOOD!”
– Dr. Jina K., MD

“Since SBF, I have so much more energy, even though I am actually losing weight every week.”
– Brett B.

“After eating the Self Balancing Food, my husband’s indigestion problems have completely disappeared. Our whole family has noticed that we don’t feel fatigued anymore and have so much more energy.”
– Jocelyn Y.

“I now crave the good stuff, it got me off my 10-year Diet Coke addiction.”
– Erik S.

 

 

Benefits of Self Balancing Food

 

1. Balance

Do you want to eat healthy but always seem to crave the bad stuff? Do you feel like you are at war with your body? A body imbalance could well be the reason. You see, a balanced body is drawn to what is good for it. But an imbalanced body will actually crave what is bad for it. Our bodies are amazing works of nature. Give them the right nutrition, and they can heal themselves. Give them the wrong nutrition, and they stays sick, tired, and or in pain.

Today’s market is flooded with health food products.
But more people are sicker than ever.

Why? Because all too often products that claim to strengthen, boost and enhance health actually cause a destructive imbalance in the body by favoring one nutritional element over all others. And if you strengthen one component of a system, something else has to give. The human body is a system, a wonderful system; everything in it is connected. Break one component and it stops working properly. But a balanced body knows what to eat and how to heal itself. Balance is everything. And balance is what’s missing in many of these nutritional products that promise so much and deliver so little.

B.K.S. IYENGAR
“Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit.”

 

2. East Meets West

Eastern medicine, popularly known as TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and Western medicine approach the human body from very different perspectives:

  • Western medicine defines the human body from an anatomical perspective.
  • Eastern medicine defines the human body from a functional perspective.
  • Eastern medicine focuses on the holistic view of a human body.
  • Western medicine focuses on each individual organ.
  • Eastern medicine has always recognized that food is medicine; and that the wrong combination of food is poison.
  • Western medicine has brought great value to our lives, but its singular approach has contributed to today’s health and dietary challenges.

Yet today, the most advanced medical institutions have started to employ Eastern medicine’s philosophy and methodology in their next generation treatments. Applying Western medicine with an Eastern medicine frame work offers a more holistic solution to take care of one’s health.

HIPPOCRATES
“Natural forces within us are the true healers of disease.

 

3. Alkaline Foods

There’s a reason that many brilliant, highly educated people, including authorities on health and nutrition, advocate a vegetarian diet. Like Einstein, they know that all foods can be classified as either acidic or alkaline. Meats and grains are generally considered acidic, while vegetables and fruits fall under alkaline foods. A healthy human body has a slightly alkaline pH of 7.44. This is the ideal pH of a balanced body.

Contrary to what most people might suppose, physically active people are at greater risk of imbalance than those with a sedentary lifestyle because muscular activity increases the release of lactic acid. Therefore, active people should consume more SBF Vegetable product than those who are more sedentary. They’ll find that SBF is an ideal way to achieve a better pH balance and overall good health even while pursuing a highly demanding physical regime.

ALBERT EINSTEIN
“Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for the survival of life on earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.”

 

4. Supporting Organs

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the body is comprised of five major and six supporting organs, popularly known as Zang Fu. These organs have complementary functions. When properly balanced, the body maintains optimum function. The Chinese believe that the key to overall health lies in the wellbeing of these essential organs, and that food plays a crucial role in ensuring their ideal performance. If the internal organs are healthy, the rest of the body remains healthy. This internal health also manifests into physical beauty.

AN OLD CHINESE PROVERB
“He that takes medicine and neglects diet, wastes the skills of the physician.”

 

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