Fruits That Should Be In A Pharmacy
“Every seed produces after it’s own kind”
Ounce for ounce, coconut contains even more saturated fat than butter—119 percent of your recommended daily intake, per cup. Still, it appears to have a beneficial effect on heart-disease risk factors. One reason: More than 50 percent of its saturated-fat content is lauric acid.
A recent analysis of 60 studies published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports that even though lauric acid raises LDL (bad) cholesterol, it boosts HDL (good) cholesterol even more. Overall, this means it decreases your risk of cardiovascular disease.
Serving size: 1 cup, shredded (80 g), 283 calories, 7 g fiber, 3 g protein, 27 g fat, 12 g carbs, 60% manganese, 12% selenium.
Through observation you will find that there is a law or a truest truth that says, “Every seed produces after it’s own kind”.
If I plant an apple seed I will get an apple tree… pretty simple right? This simple but profound truth can be applied to many aspects of our lives. If I have negative thoughts what will those negative thoughts produce? Negative thoughts will produce negative talk/actions. “Seeds” of negative thoughts and talk produce negative actions.
If we speak out “seeds of negativity” what will we get in return? Negativity. Thoughts and words can be self-fulfilling prophecies because, “every seed produces after it’s own kind”.
If “seeds produce after their own kind” that means the “seeds” you plant today will be what you harvest tomorrow. Therefore we must learn to be intentional with our “seed planting”.
Apply this truest truth to your diet. Learn to see that what you eat as “seeds” that will produce something in your life. Depending on that “seed”, your life can either gain health and happiness or gain physical disease and inward emotional dis-ease.
Fruits are filled with life and filled with nutrients that encourage and support life.
If you would intentionally “sow” more fruits into your diet, it will produce a harvest of health and happiness.