Not so very long ago our primitive ancestors spent most of their days hunting and gathering for food. During the course of a day they may have sampled dozens if not hundreds of food sources. In addition to any animal protein they could snare, they ate a diverse range of roots, leaves, fruits, nuts, berries, beans, mushrooms, and seeds. The average Western diet is much more limited in variety, and as a result we miss out on the extensive natural pharmacy that is available through food. Food is for our natural health. We all must eat to live but does what we put on our plates qualify as food in this new world order of GMOs, toxic chemicals and food additives which destroy the natural healing properties of food. And if we decide to go organic then we have to contend with a wide range of food options in the now vast health food market. The question is what foods are considered truly healthy and essential for producing a strong, energetic, illness free body? To help answer this question my quest on “Beyond The MArtix” this week is nutritional advisor and master Chef Craig Chasky.