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"It goes like this: chinese Americans with lymphatic cancer who were born in "earth years"—and consequently were deemed by chinese medical theory to be especially susceptible to diseases involving lumps, nodules, or tumors—had an average age at death of 59.7 years. By contrast, age at death of chinese Americans born in other years, and nonetheless diagnosed with lymphoma, was 63.6 years. Anglo Americans who have lymphoma were not subject to these calendar effects.' Much of the research in this chapter reminds us of Believe it or not!"
- Gerald E. Markle and Frances B. McCrea, What If Medicine Disappeared? (Get the book.)

"Also avoid Thai restaurants; they cook with large amounts of sugar. chinese restaurants do as well, but may be willing to hold the sugar if asked. You will be surprised at how different many chinese dishes taste if cooked without sugar. Many people who are sugar sensitive love sushi and tell me how healthy it is. Remember that the rice served with sushi is held together with a sugar binder. No wonder we love it so much! So go to Japanese restaurants, but order fewer California rolls; have less rice and more fish."
- Kathleen DesMaisons, Potatoes Not Prozac: Solutions for Sugar Sensitivity (Get the book.)

"In Asia, North Korea opens up to the world and the entire Asian region is awash in trade and economic exchange. chinese farmers are once again busy providing food for themselves and other regions and getting good prices. The communities in the interior are developing new revenue sources. The success of the chinese economic engine is spreading out to benefit not only the country's own citizens of all stratum, but those in neighboring regions. At the same time the intense disregard for the environment that was a hallmark of chinese economic growth is addressed and corrected."
- Jackie Lapin, The Art of Conscious Creation: How You Can Transform the World (Get the book.)

"For example, one chinese opinion leader has translated the term Mild Cognitive Impairment into chinese and back into English as "loss of wisdom." The stigmatization and despair such Many years ago, a vigorous older patient of mine, a professional actress, told me that old age had been a source of empowerment for her. "Aging doesn't tame you," she said during one of her appointments. "It creates the opportunity to take more risk." the power of stories: a narrative approach to ending alzheimer's By changing the way we think about Alzheimer's, we change the story we tell about our aging brains."
- Peter J. Whitehouse and Daniel George, The Myth of Alzheimer's: What You Aren't Being Told About Today's Most Dreaded Diagnosis (Get the book.)

"Hypocholesterolemic effects of chinese tea. Pharmacol Res 1997; 35(6):505-12. Yang TTC, Koo MW. chinese green tea lowers cholesterol level through an increase in fecal lipid excretion. Life Sciences 1999; 66(5):4ll-23. Yokoyama M et al. Effects of eicosapentaenoic acid on major coronary events in hypercholesterolemic patients (JELIS): A randomized open-label, blinded endpoint analysis. Lancet 2007 Mar 31; 369(9567):1090-98. Yu YM et al. Effects of young barley leaf extract and antioxidative vitamins on LDL oxidation and free radical scavenging activities in type 2 diabetes."
- Steven V. Joyal, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease (Get the book.)

"Their friends brought over their own children to play with Anju's kids, and to eat some chinese take-out. Priya no longer had to be extraordinarily careful about what she ate, but she did need to avoid peanuts entirely. Because of that, they ordered take-out only from a particular chinese restaurant, where the chef knew about Priya's allergy, and never gave them anything with peanuts. The chef always made a special egg roll, just for Priya. As the four parents were leaving, Priya said, "Mom, I can eat this egg roll, right?" "Sure." Right after they left, Anju got a call on her cell phone."
- Kenneth Bock, Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4-A Disorders (Get the book.)

"A tradition of herbal cleansing is recorded in the cultures of the ancient Sumerians, Egyptians, Romans, Greeks, chinese, Europeans, and American and Asian Indians. The chinese have a long and rich herbal tradition, dating back some five thousand years. They count their medicinal herbs in the thousands, as compared to the hundreds used therapeutically in Western societies. The therapeutic use of herbal preparations is also an integral part of Ayurvedic medicine, an ancient Indian system of healing that has its roots in Vedic culture."
- Brenda Watson and Leonard Smith, The Detox Strategy: Vibrant Health in 5 Easy Steps (Get the book.)

"Reports from chinese expeditions referred to these tiny islands as the land of the immortals. Despite the ensuing years of chinese, and then Japanese, domination, a devastating world war, famines, and typhoons, Okinawa can still claim to be home to some of the world's longest-lived people. In February 2005,1 made my second journey to the Oki-nawan Blue Zone to research a story for National Geographic. I'd used Okinawa's incredible profile of longevity to convince the editors that there were indeed pockets of longevity around the world."
- Dan Buettner, The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest (Get the book.)

"Energy The chinese call it Chi; the yogis of India call it Prana; here in the States, people call it Life Force. Whatever you call it, it can be seen, measured, photographed, felt, and manipulated. According to chinese medicine, restriction in its flow is the ultimate cause of all disease. Exercise stimulates and helps move this "energy" through blocked areas of the body. Biochemical Changes Exercise produces "happy" biochemicals called endorphins. Sometimes called "the runner's high," these endorphins drive away stress and depression and stimulate the immune system."
- Jon Barron, Lessons from The Miracle Doctors: A Step-by-Step Guide to Optimum Health and Relief from Catastrophic Illness (Get the book.)

"A tradition of herbal cleansing is recorded in the cultures of the ancient Sumerians, Egyptians, Romans, Greeks, chinese, Europeans, and American and Asian Indians. The chinese have a long and rich herbal tradition, dating back some five thousand years. They count their medicinal herbs in the thousands, as compared to the hundreds used therapeutically in Western societies. The therapeutic use of herbal preparations is also an integral part of Ayurvedic medicine, an ancient Indian system of healing that has its roots in Vedic culture."
- Brenda Watson and Leonard Smith, The Detox Strategy: Vibrant Health in 5 Easy Steps (Get the book.)

"NW, Suite 501 Washington DC 20036 phone: (202) 332-5794 Contact this organization for schools, certified chinese acupuncturists and herbalists in your area."
- Michael Tierra, L.Ac, O.M.D., The Way of chinese Herbs (Get the book.)

"For those in certain ethnic groups such as Native American, Puerto Rican, Mexican, and chinese, that projection may even be increased to one in two. African Americans and Latinos have about twice the risk of developing Type-2 diabetes. Type-2 diabetics are about three-four times more likely to develop clinical depression than non-diabetics. There is explicit hope for Type-2 diabetes being completely reversed in a relatively short time. The good news is that Type-2 diabetes is not necessarily a death sentence; rather, it is a benign disease if it is appropriately addressed."
- Gabriel Cousens, There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program (Get the book.)

"This undisputed scientific fact is confirmed by the China Study by T Colin Campbell and the epidemiological evidence of 6,500 chinese across 65 provinces. A meat-based protein is a poorer quality protein source than a plant-based protein, as evidenced by cancer data from that study showing that the more animal protein was consumed, the higher the rates of cancer. According to the Max Planck Institute, cooking coagulates approximately 50 percent of the protein, making the food less digestible, more coarse, and more inflammatory."

- Gabriel Cousens, There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program (Get the book.)

"According to the African Diabetes Federation: The prevalence of Type-2 diabetes is low in both rural and urban Bantu communities, but is ten times more prevalent in Muslim and Hindu communities in Tanzania and South Africa, and in the chinese community in Mauritius. Type-1 diabetes, while still rare, is becoming increasingly prevalent. [Diabetes prevalence is higher in urban, migrant and African-origin populations living abroad."

- Gabriel Cousens, There Is a Cure for Diabetes: The Tree of Life 21-Day+ Program (Get the book.)

"Yang TTC, Koo MW. chinese green tea lowers cholesterol level through an increase in fecal lipid excretion. Life Sciences 1999; 66(5):4ll-23. Yokoyama M et al. Effects of eicosapentaenoic acid on major coronary events in hypercholesterolemic patients (JELIS): A randomized open-label, blinded endpoint analysis. Lancet 2007 Mar 31; 369(9567):1090-98. Yu YM et al. Effects of young barley leaf extract and antioxidative vitamins on LDL oxidation and free radical scavenging activities in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Metab 2002; 28:1262. Yu YM et al."
- Steven V. Joyal, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Diabetes: An Innovative Program to Prevent, Treat, and Beat This Controllable Disease (Get the book.)

"Bragg Liquid Aminos 1/2 tsp. chinese seasoning, salt-free Place 2 tablespoons of water and tofu in a pan and simmer on a low heat. Turn the tofu frequentiy to prevent sticking. In a cup, mix the apricot preserves, cooking wine, 2 tablespoons water, and the Bragg Liquid Aminos. Sprinkle half of this mixture over the tofu and continue to simmer. Defrost the frozen vegetables in a microwave or steam on stovetop. Once defrosted, add vegetables to the torn. Sprinkle the remaining sauce over tofu-vegetable mix and add the chinese seasoning. Continue to simmer until the liquid is largely cooked off."
- Dr. Joel Fuhrman, Cholesterol Protection for Life, New Expanded Edition (Get the book.)

"Coenzyme Qio is naturally found in foods, with the most significant dietary sources coming from vegetables such as broccoli, chinese cabbage, and spinach; nuts; ocean fish and shellfish; and meats, notably pork, chicken, and beef. Although it is widely available in the foods we eat, only about 2-5 mg per day are consumed, an insufficient amount to produce any substantial clinical benefit. Coenzyme Qio is also synthesized in all the tissues in the body. Cellular biosynthesis is the dominant source of coenzyme Qio in humans."
- Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., The Sinatra Solution Metabolic Cardiology (Get the book.)

"Three comprehensive home-study courses in chinese and Western herbalism are available by correspondence for beginners through professionals. Study in your own home at your own pace either the Introduction to East West Herbalism Course, the Home-Study Course in Herbal Medicine, or the comprehensive Professional Herbalist Course. The Introduction to East West Herbalism Course is especially designed for the beginning herbal student."
- Michael Tierra, L.Ac, O.M.D., The Way of chinese Herbs (Get the book.)

"This course includes 12 lessons and presents the essential principles of herbs, including diet, energies, tastes, and the elements of disease and diagnosis for the application of herbs encompassing the Western, Ayurvedic, and chinese medical systems. Herbal preparations, therapeutics, and formulary are included. This course lays the groundwork for completing the Professional Herbalist Course. The Professional Herbalist Course is for the herbal professional or those seeking more in-depth knowledge of herbs and the practice of planetary herbology."

- Michael Tierra, L.Ac, O.M.D., The Way of chinese Herbs (Get the book.)

"Because of that, they ordered take-out only from a particular chinese restaurant, where the chef knew about Priya's allergy, and never gave them anything with peanuts. The chef always made a special egg roll, just for Priya. As the four parents were leaving, Priya said, "Mom, I can eat this egg roll, right?" "Sure." Right after they left, Anju got a call on her cell phone. It was Priya. "Mom, there might have been peanuts or something in my egg roll. My tongue's real itchy." "Take some Benadryl. If it doesn't go away immediately, call me back. Right away, okay? Right away?"
- Kenneth Bock, Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4-A Disorders (Get the book.)

"Bouillon, chinese restaurant dishes, chicken broth or flavoring, and may also be present in glutamate, hy-drolyzed protein, sodium caseinate, calcium caseinate, or yeast extract. EDTA. Margarine, salad dressing, frozen dinners, and other processed foods. Aspartame. Artificially sweetened foods. Propyl Gallate. Frozen dinners, gravy mix, turkey sausage. Alginate. Ice cream, salad dressing, cheese spread, frozen dinners. Bromates. Baked goods, bread crumbs, refrigerated dough."

- Kenneth Bock, Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4-A Disorders (Get the book.)

"ISATIS ROOT AND LEAF_ Latin: Isatis tinctoria Chinese: Ban Ian gen (root) /. indigotica Da qing ye (leaves) WHAT IT DOES: Isatis root and leaf are bitter in taste and cold in action. They reduce fever and heat, cool the throat, and kill microbes. RATING: Red, due to safety issues SAFETY ISSUES: Should not be used for extended periods of time or in patients with severe weakness. Long-term use can reduce beneficial intestinal bacteria. Use only under the guidance of a trained professional. Note: In 1990, there were 38 reports in China and 16 in Taiwan of adverse reactions to isatis."
- Alan Keith Tillotson, Ph.D., A.H.G., D.Ay., The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know About chinese, Western, and Ayurvedic Herbal Treatments (Get the book.)

"To make matters even more complicated, the chinese name dang gui is also spelled "tang kuai" and "dong quai" on many bottles. Chapter 4 Safety and Regulation: Who's Watching the Herbal Store? Observe that the things which are considered to be right today are those which were considered impossible yesterday. The things which are thought wrong today are those which will be esteemed right tomorrow. —Hudhaifa Does anyone regulate the safety of the herbal industry? Reports in the media have spread the untruth that the herbal medicine industry is not well regulated."

- Alan Keith Tillotson, Ph.D., A.H.G., D.Ay., The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know About chinese, Western, and Ayurvedic Herbal Treatments (Get the book.)

"Notes: Cinnamon twig is one of the most important circulatory herbs in chinese herbalism. It is in the same family as North American sassafras, and both herbs are good for circulation and promote urination. Ginger (fresh) (SHENG JIANG) Rhizoma zingiberis officinalis Common Name: Fresh ginger Family: Zingiberaceae Part Used: Rhizome Energy and Flavor: Warm; acrid Organ Meridians Affected: Lung, stomach, spleen Properties: Diaphoretic, expectorant, antiemetic Indications: Used for the common cold when there is thin white mucus and chills."
- Michael Tierra, L.Ac, O.M.D., The Way of chinese Herbs (Get the book.)

"A similar study was carried by out researchers at the National Yang Ming Medical College and National Research Institute of chinese Medicine in Taipei, Taiwan. In this instance, the Qigong master alternately sent positive and negative intention to boar sperm cells and human fibroblast cells, which make up the connective tissue of the body. After 2 minutes of negative intention, the growth rates and protein synthesis of the cells decreased dramatically by 22-53 percent."
- Lynne McTaggart, The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World (Get the book.)

"Studies of the nature of the healing energy of chinese Qigong masters have provided evidence of the presence of photon emission and electromagnetic fields during healing sessions.22 These sudden surges of energy may be physical evidence of a healer's greater coherence - his ability to marshall his own quantum energy and transfer it to the less organized recipient. Elisabeth's study and the work of William Braud raised a number of profound implications on the nature of illness and healing. It suggested that intention on its own heals, but that healing is also a collective force."
- Lynne Mctaggart, The Field - The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe (Get the book.)

"The idea of The Field might just offer a scientific explanation for many metaphysical notions, such as the chinese belief in the life force, or qi, described in ancient texts as something akin to an energy field. It even echoed the Old Testament's account of God's first dictum: 'Let there be light', out of which matter was created."

- Lynne Mctaggart, The Field - The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe (Get the book.)

"The brother of a Nobel prizewinner, the grandson of Alexander Gurwitsch, a nuclear physicist from Boston University and nuclear research laboratory CERN in Geneva, two chinese biophysicists ?noted scientists from around the globe at last were beginning to agree with him. Popp's fortunes were beginning to turn. Suddenly he was receiving offers and contracts for professorships from reputable universities around the world. Popp and his new colleagues went on to study the light emissions of several organisms of the same species, first with an experiment with a type of water flea called Daphnia."

- Lynne Mctaggart, The Field - The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe (Get the book.)

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