Dr Paul C Bragg nutritionist and his daughter Patricia the founder of health science or natiral live foods. Paul C Bragg started his health campaign from the age of 16. Therefore Patricia promoted encouraging people to care about their health by consuming natural foods. Paul C Bragg and his daughter Patricia continued to market Bragg Healthy Lifestyle to people in order to help them live longer, healthy and happy in life.
When Paul C Bragg was a teenager, he was attacked by Tuberclosis (TB) he developed his own way of eating, breathing and exercising. Eating natural food that is organic will help your body heal by its own. Training by doing physical exercises will always help promote great fuction of the body especially better flowing of the blood, reducing cholesterol in the body. After recovering Paul C. Bragg he became health consultant promoting live foods, pure water and physical exercises.
Bragg live foods involves vitamins, minerals, healthy teas, healthy foods, skin care products. Vitamins and minerals are essential for normal growth and development. Vitamis and minerals are absorbed from foods that you consume and other means like the sun provide vitamin D. When body growth and development are completed, the vitamins absorbed in the body remain essential nutrients for the maintainance of the organs, cells and tissues. Paul C Bragg had the missions to produce products with special essentials to help and maintain your natural health and own body healing.
When Paul C Bragg did more research he found that chlorophyll is present i all green plants where chlorophyll has antiageing, immune booster, anti-inflammatory, anticancer and detoxifying properties that are very important in your body. Therefore it is advisable to consume lots of green plants like cabbage, celery, cucumbers, fennel, turnip greens, collards, kale, dandelion greens, mustard greens, lettuce (the darker, the better), leeks, okra, green bell peppers, spinach, chives, zucchini, green apples, avocados, green grapes, kiwi, limes, pears, mung beans, wheat grass, asparagus and many other.