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Date d'inscription : 24/11/2008
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I learned about a breakthrough in how to prevent and reverse heart disease I immediately investigated. When I was actually convinced that this genuine method has been researched, trialled and tested, I couldn't wait to share the news with you.
Over 500,000 people die from Heart Disease in America each year and billions of dollars is spent on expensive & invasive surgery keeping those with Heart Disease alive. However, according to more and more experts, there are safer, cheaper and more effective ways to treat Heart Disease.
Our friends at Food Matter had such an overwhelming response to their popular DVD, 'Food Matters,' they have been asked to produce a targeted learning program especially about heart disease.
The 'Food Matters Heart Disease Learning Program' is an extension of the documentary film 'Food Matters' and it features never seen before footage focusing specifically on Heart Disease issues. In a collection of interviews with leading Nutritionists, Naturopaths, Scientists, M.D.'s and Medical Journalists you'll discover the secrets to treating and preventing Heart Disease naturally without drugs or surgery. You will also discover the importance of Nutrition and Natural Therapies for reversing High Cholesterol and Heart Disease without the need for drugs or surgery.
"There is much truth in the saying 'you are what you eat'. It is no surprise then that one of the most common factors linking people with heart disease is poor dietary and lifestyle habits. This typically includes a diet which is high in processed food, bad fats, sugars and 'fast food' and which is deficient in whole fresh foods such as vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds and legumes"-- James Colquhoun & Laurentine ten Bosch, Producer Directors, Food Matters.
Now is a good time to learn about:
The "Food Matters Heart Disease Learning Program" gives you:
- Which foods, therapies and vitamin & mineral supplements are effective in the treatment of heart disease.
- The true causes of heart disease and how you can build your body's own defenses naturally to live a long, healthy and abundant life
- How to avoid pain, suffering and unnecessary expenses by addressing the root cause of your heart disease
- Why you've never been told about these options before, and why most doctors don't advocate these safe and effective modalities
- How to most effectively detoxify the body and rebuild the nutrients safely helping you to lose unwanted pounds
Click to instantly make the change to a long-term and healthy alternative to heart disease medication http://grassyroots.com/food
- Over 6 Hours of Instantly Accessible crystal-clear Video lessons
- Interviews With 9 of the World's Leaders In Nutrition and Natural Healing for Heart Disease
- You Receive Unlimited Access to all of the videos which you can pause, stop, start and listen to as many times as you wish
- A Comprehensive 22 page Workbook which follows along with each of the video lessons
- An Extensive Listing of doctors and clinics specializing in Nutritional Medicine from around the world
- An In-Depth Listing of Recommended Websites, Books and DVDs
Yours in health and vitality,
Dr. Jim Carey
PS: I really thought the video was great! Again, the link: http://grassyroots.com/food
Here's the trailer:
The BIG story
Posted: 16 Feb 2009 06:43 AM PST
The BIG story - "What's for Lunch?" - Become an expert at reading -- and using -- the info on food labels. Lots of other dietary articles targeted to children and parents: http://www.kidsregen.org/bigStory/.</IMG> </IMG>
Igor’s Lentil Spread - Recipe
Posted: 16 Feb 2009 04:07 AM PST
Igor’s Lentil Spread
This is a perfect recipe for the cold season when we crave heavier foods.
½ cup sprouted lentils
½ cup sprouted garbanzo beans
1 medium avocado
3 green onions
1 Tablespoon Nama Shoyu (raw soy sauce)
1 Tablespoon olive oil
Blend all ingredients in food processor for one minute or until smooth. Spread over your favorite cracker, raw bread, or lettuce leaf.
- Thanks to Victoria at www.RawFamily.com.</IMG> </IMG>
Banning recess boosts childhood obesity
Posted: 15 Feb 2009 11:17 PM PST
Eliminating traditional childhood games because paranoid educators believe they are dangerous will worsen the obesity epidemic: http://www.mercola.com/2006/jul/11/banning_recess_boosts_childhood_obesity.htm.</IMG> </IMG>
The Lifespan of Dogs and Cats
Posted: 15 Feb 2009 08:25 AM PST
Most of us grew up feeding our animals out of bags or cans, so a biologically appropriate raw food program may seem unusual at first. But feeding dogs and cats raw food is not a new idea. Commercial pet foods have only been around for 65 years. What did people do before bags and cans?
People fed their animals butcher scraps or table scraps. I have never fed my animals processed food, even as a child, my family fed raw scraps to our animals. We also did not vaccinate and I can tell you from my own experience, that back then, dogs and cats were much healthier than they are today.
The average lifespan of dogs and cats now is ridiculous. They should be living twice as long! I had a pug that lived to 21 and a yellow Lab that lived to 18 1/2; both of them were rescue dogs and very sick when I got them. I improved their lives with natural, healthy, raw food meals and organic supplements, no drugs, no chemicals.
Pat McKay</IMG> </IMG>
Pumpkin Seed Tip recipe
Posted: 15 Feb 2009 08:14 AM PST
Pumpkin Seed Tip
Save those pumpkin seeds! Pumpkin seeds support the function of the immune system, assist prostate health and help lower cholesterol levels. They are also a useful source of omega 3 fatty acids and zinc. Enjoy a time of family fun by turning them into a healthy whole food treat.
Remove the seeds from the pumpkin's inner cavity and wipe them off with a paper towel to remove excess pulp. Spread them out evenly on a paper bag and let them dry out overnight.
The next day, place them in a single layer on dehydrator trays and put them into the dehydrator for 8-24 hours. It's lots of fun and your family will reap the rewards of a healthy snack.
P.S. from Jan: Butternut and Acorn and other types of squash seeds are VERY tasty too! I like to put them on dehydrator trays and dry; saves all their nutrients and digestive enzymes.