Plant Based Philosophy

August 12th, 2010

The New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics recognizes the importance of a plant based diet as being a major contributor to a healthy lifestyle. We see a greater need for high trace mineral intake, as opposed to a high animal protein diet, to enhance body function and it’s own ability to heal. In order to live and have a high quality of life, it is recommended that we consume foods that have “Life Energy” in them. Some examples are fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables, seed sprouts, nut and seed milks, and fermented foods.

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