Theoretically, we could survive up to 32 days without food.

After going without food for 3 to 4 days, the body will defend itself by going into some kind of a ‘saving mode’.

The body will be saving energy in this mode.

After 10 to 14 days, the body will further defend itself by breaking down some body parts that are less essential to defend the parts that are crucial to survive.

This implies that food is not as essential as drinking and breathing.

However, food is important for the long term.

When we don’t feed ourselves correctly for an extended period of time, we will gain or lose weight. Besides, the body will have a chronic deficit of certain vitamins and minerals that cause various chemical links in our body to not perform up to standard.

The right food is not a guarantee for a perfectly functioning body and mind.

At the end, everything is determined by the digestion process and how many micro nutrients are absorbed by the body.

That is why it is essential for our body to be provided with the right food.

 

What should you eat and how should you eat it?

For most people, it is wise to start with the bowel, because this is the place where the intake of nutrients can significantly improve.

This causes us to feel more fit and to function better.

What and how you should eat is different for every person.

Everyone is unique and the foods you don’t have to be right for me.

That’s why we advise you to create a GenBluePrint of yourself so it becomes a bit clearer how you should eat and what are the wise food choices for you.