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"Much of this increase is explained by the doubling in the amount of food eaten outside the home from the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s, by which time restaurant and takeout food accounted for one-third of total energy consumption. Restaurants offer high-calorie foods and increased portion sizes to attract customers. Marketing of fast food and high-calorie snacks to children continues to become ever more sophisticated, creating an unhealthy appetite for calorie-rich foods. Americans' increase in sugar consumption tells an interesting story."
- John Abramson, Overdosed America: The Broken Promise of American Medicine (P.S.) (Get the book.)

"PREPARATION AND SERVING SUGGESTIONS: • Make your own peanut butter in a food processor. • Toss chopped peanuts on a salad. • Use peanut oil in a vegetable stir-fry. • Try a peanut butter and banana sandwich for a change of taste. Aztec Cocoa Fire Peanuts by Chef J. Hugh McEvoy Servings: 18 • Prep and cooking time: 18 minutes This recipe definitely has a grown-up taste, with a slight cocoa flavor and not overtly sweet. This is a great snack to serve by itself but it also makes a great topping on salads for added crunch."
- David W. Grotto, RD, LDN, 101 Foods That Could Save Your Life! (Get the book.)

"In a Columbia University study, women with moderate to severe PMS who took two Turns E-X tablets twice a day (for 1,200 milligrams of calcium) reported a 48 percent reduction in PMS symptoms (pain, water retention, negative affect, and food cravings). And a Turkish study of PMS symptoms in adolescent girls found that drinking more milk was associated with less bloating, cramps, and cravings and less increased appetite."
- Elaine Magee, Food Synergy: Unleash Hundreds of Powerful Healing food Combinations to Fight Disease and Live Well (Get the book.)

"The cook in the kitchen preparing a meal from plants and animals at the end of this shortest of food chains has a great many things to worry about, but "health" is simply not one of them, because it is given."
- Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto (Get the book.)

"This is because what we know for sure about many of these food synergy relationships is not set in stone. There are still more studies to be conducted, more journal abstracts to be written. Some of the studies were done in laboratories, and human studies are necessary before we can report with confidence the exact implications for people. That said, you'll also notice that these "clues" seem to be leading us down a certain path, one I feel completely comfortable recommending to you."
- Elaine Magee, Food Synergy: Unleash Hundreds of Powerful Healing food Combinations to Fight Disease and Live Well (Get the book.)

"The work of growing food contributes to your health long before you sit down to eat it, of course, but there is something particularly fitting about enlisting your body in its own sustenance. Much of what we call recreation or exercise consists of pointless physical labor, so it is especially satisfying when we can give that labor a point."
- Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto (Get the book.)

"What information you should pay particular attention to on these labels is not provided by food manufacturers or even many health-care professionals."
- Wendy Bazilian, DRPH, MA, RD, Steven Pratt, MD, Kathy Matthews, Superfoods Rx Diet: Lose Weight with the Power of SuperNutrients (Get the book.)

"It's easy to find sodium on a food label listed in milligrams right on the Nutrition Facts panel, though it can be a bit tricky sometimes to figure out how much is too much. Remember too that a high-sodium diet, in addition to being implicated in soaring rates of hypertension, can throw a monkey wrench into your efforts at weight control. Sodium makes you retain water and can make you feel bloated and discouraged. It can also, duh!"

- Wendy Bazilian, DRPH, MA, RD, Steven Pratt, MD, Kathy Matthews, Superfoods Rx Diet: Lose Weight with the Power of SuperNutrients (Get the book.)

"No, in the eye of the cook or the gardener or the farmer who grew it, this food reveals itself for what it is: no mere thing but a web of relationships among a great many living beings, some of them human, some not, but each of them dependent on the other, and all of them ultimately rooted in soil and nourished by sunlight."
- Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto (Get the book.)

"Price's work also points the way toward a protoecological understanding of food that will be useful as we try to escape the traps of nutritionism. So what did Price learn? First, that isolated populations eating a wide variety of traditional diets had no need of dentists whatsoever. (Well, almost no need of dentists: The "sturdy mountaineers" of Switzerland, who never met a toothbrush, had teeth covered in a greenish slime—but underneath that Price found perfectly formed teeth virtually free of decay."

- Michael Pollan, In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto (Get the book.)

"Plan your meals into your weekly food plan as with grains or without grains appropriately. » Include the simple ingredients on your shopping list. Entree Salads (Cold Entree) Meals ENTREE SALAD (COLD ENTREE) MEAL OPTIONS TO MAKE YOUR MEAL A WITH GRAIN, ENJOY THE FOLLOWING: TO MAKE YOUR MEAL A WITHOUT GRAIN, ENJOY THE FOLLOWING: 1. Marvelous Mediterranean Salad* • Small whole wheat pita or slice of whole grain bread • V2 cup plain yogurt, Vz cup berries, and 1 teaspoon honey or 1 cup red grapes (25) 2."
- Wendy Bazilian, DRPH, MA, RD, Steven Pratt, MD, Kathy Matthews, Superfoods Rx Diet: Lose Weight with the Power of SuperNutrients (Get the book.)

"A Serving of food Lore... Limes are thought to have originated in the southeastern region of Asia. Middle Eastern traders introduced lime trees from Asia into Egypt and Northern Africa around the tenth century. The Arabian Moors brought them to Spain in the thirteenth century, from whence limes spread throughout southern Europe. Limes were on board when Columbus traveled on his second voyage to the Americas in 1493."
- David W. Grotto, RD, LDN, 101 Foods That Could Save Your Life! (Get the book.)

"Cultivation of cabbage spread across northern Europe into Germany, Poland, and Russia, where it became a very popular vegetable in local food cultures. The savoy (Brassica oleracea capitata) CABBAGE PATCHIN' cabbage variety found its first admirers in Italy. During extended exploration voyages, Dutch sailors practically subsisted on sauerkraut, a dish made from fermented cabbage. Sauerkraut's high vitamin C content helped prevent scurvy. Cabbage and the traditional sauerkraut recipe were introduced into the United States by early German settlers. Where Is Cabbage Grown?"

- David W. Grotto, RD, LDN, 101 Foods That Could Save Your Life! (Get the book.)

"A Serving of food Lore... The earliest cultivation of the banana is said to have originated in Malaysia over seven thousand years ago. Bananas then traveled to India, where they were discovered by Alexander the Great in 327 b.c. and continued to travel throughout the Middle East, eventually finding their way to Africa. In 1516, a Portuguese Franciscan monk brought banana roots with him to the Canary Islands and, soon afterward, they found their way throughout the Western Hemisphere. In the early 1900s, bananas began to be imported into the United States from Cuba."

- David W. Grotto, RD, LDN, 101 Foods That Could Save Your Life! (Get the book.)

"If your workplace is filled with food traps, you can at least rid your own area of these temptations and substitute healthy choices. Get rid of that bag of M&MS in your bottom desk drawer and substitute individual serving-size bags (or one individual serving bag if more is too tempting) of nuts and dried fruit for snacking. Make sure you have an ample supply of green and black tea on hand. Keep some baby carrots and pepper slices in the office fridge."
- Wendy Bazilian, DRPH, MA, RD, Steven Pratt, MD, Kathy Matthews, Superfoods Rx Diet: Lose Weight with the Power of SuperNutrients (Get the book.)

"Within four days, all participants except the Type I diabetic were off insulin and oral antidiabetic medications. By the end of one month, two peo- pie had blood sugars regularly averaging between 70 and 85. Two had dropped from an average blood sugar of approximately 250-450 to around 120. All their blood tests became essentially normal. In other words, by the end of 1 month, the Type II diabetics had achieved a level of health according to their blood tests and daily blood sugar readings that was considered comparable with a normal nondia-betic physiology; i. e."
- Susan E. Schenck, The Live food Factor: The Comprehensive Guide to the Ultimate Diet for Body, Mind, Spirit & Planet (Get the book.)

"In other words, anything the mind and body consume from the outside, anything the mind and body generate in the form of creative thoughts or mental constructs or emotional output, anything the mind and body exert in the form of muscular output is not nerve energy. We may experience these activities, these "anythings" as stimulating and even feel fully energized by their undertaking. But what we are engaging in with these "anythings " is the expenditure of nerve energy, not the generation of nerve energy! Dr."

- Susan E. Schenck, The Live food Factor: The Comprehensive Guide to the Ultimate Diet for Body, Mind, Spirit & Planet (Get the book.)

"Chew your food well. Take smaller bites. • Don't work or drive while eating. Sit straight and dine. • Allow an hour before and after eating before you drink any liquids. • Drink plenty in between meals, especially when you are taking medications. • Enjoy sugar-free candy after meals to get saliva going. Saliva neutralizes stomach acids. • Lose weight if you're overweight. • Quit smoking and limit alcohol. • Wear loose clothing. • Ask your doctor whether the medications you are taking could cause heartburn. • Raise the head of your bed 6 inches."
- The Editors of FC&A, Unleash the Inner Healing Power of Foods (Get the book.)

"You can either eat the root raw with your food, steep several slices in a pot of tea, or get it in capsule form. Add ginger to your diet gradually. If you're not used to it, ginger can cause a burning sensation in your mouth or stomach. Spinach. If you suffer from migraines, chances are you don't have enough magnesium in your system. This might explain why nearly 80 percent of 3,000 migraine sufferers reported migraine relief after taking 200 milligrams (mg) of magnesium a day. If you choose to boost your magnesium intake, don't take more than 500 mg a day in supplement form."

- The Editors of FC&A, Unleash the Inner Healing Power of Foods (Get the book.)

"But that was then. This is now. To compensate for the depleted soils, poisons in the environment and extreme stresses of life in the 2000s, we have taken a new stand: we do recommend that health seekers take something in the form of supplements. These may be totally natural or a combination of organics and nutriceuticals that are totally user-friendly and non-toxic. We recommend the USANA line of products. For further discussion of supplements, see Chapter 19. Fiber: How Much Is Necessary? The average American eats about 10 grams of fiber a day, although around 30 is recommended."
- Susan E. Schenck, The Live food Factor: The Comprehensive Guide to the Ultimate Diet for Body, Mind, Spirit & Planet (Get the book.)

"So why not follow their lead when it comes to indigestion and add cinnamon to your food? Heartburn sufferers in ancient times relied on the spice to help their digestion. Today's experts aren't exactly sure how it works, but they suspect it may have something to do with how cinnamon heats up your stomach. Sprinkle on turmeric. One of the world's leading voices in herbal medicine, the German Commission E, touts this exotic spice as a cure for indigestion. Turmeric seems to prompt your liver to pump out more bile, an essential digestive fluid."
- The Editors of FC&A, Unleash the Inner Healing Power of Foods (Get the book.)

"A good breakfast should be more like the old style English breakfast with juice or fruit, cereal and milk, some bread and some high protein food, like ham or bacon. By following a rectangular diet plan, you can actually eat more and lose weight at the same time, a happy conundrum for people wanting to manage their weight. When you eat a good breakfast to start the day, you will not be as hungry as the day progresses and will likely eat less at dinner and before bedtime."
- Abram Hoffer, PhD, MD, FRCP(C) and Dr. Jonathan Prousjy, DPHE, DSC, ND, FRSH, Naturopathic Nutrition: A Guide to Nutrient-rich food & Nutritional Supplements for Optimum Health (Get the book.)

"In the context of obesity, food makers have rallied behind the Personal Responsibility in Consumption Act, a federal bill that would ban obesity-related lawsuits. In proposing the bill, Representative Ric Keller (R-FL) explains that "[w]e need to get back to the principles of personal responsibility and away from the culture where everybody plays the victim."2 Steven Anderson, CEO of the National Restaurant Association, invokes similar rhetoric in support of the legislation. "Restaurants," says Anderson, "should not be blamed for issues of personal responsibility and freedom of choice."
- Michele Simon, Appetite for Profit: How the food Industry Undermines Our Health and How to Fight Back (Get the book.)

"When water is bound to food, it slows down absorption and lasts longer in the belly. Rolls' research has shown that a high-volume eating plan produces more weight loss than a low-fat diet. Lycopene in Watermelon May Reduce Risk of Prostate Cancer But water isn't the only good thing about watermelon. Watermelon is a great source of a carotenoid called lycopene, which in several studies has been shown to be associated with lower rates of prostate cancer."
- Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth About What You Should Eat and Why (Get the book.)

"If for no other reason, pears are a great food because of their high fiber content. There are two basic varieties of persimmon: Hachiya (also called Japanese persimmon) and Fuyu. Hachiya is the most widely available persimmon in the United States, but it's astringent, so remember to let it ripen. Fuyu are nonastringent, so you can eat them firm or soft. There's also Sharon fruit (also called Israeli persimmon), which is round and sweet, and like Fuyu, can be eaten anytime."

- Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth About What You Should Eat and Why (Get the book.)

"But keep in mind the nutrition you get from that food. For instance, if you swear off milk, you need to get calcium from somewhere else. If citrus fruits are your problem, decide where you will get the vitamin C and other antioxidants you need to protect your lungs. A lack of these nutrients can bring on an attack as well. So blast away at asthma's overall effects by insuring your diet contains plenty of vitamins A, C, and E as well as the minerals magnesium and selenium. All have been proven to help prevent or reduce asthma symptoms."
- The Editors of FC&A, Unleash the Inner Healing Power of Foods (Get the book.)

"Source: Katie Merwick People food for Dogs Pensioner's Birthday Party Casserole 1 cup cooked turkey or chicken 2 tbsp. bacon fat or vegetable oil 8 lasagne noodles 1 egg 1 tbsp. wheat germ oil 1 tsp. bone meal Vi tsp. garlic powder Cook noodles as directed on package. Drain. Line bottom of 8x8-inch pan. In medium-sized bowl, mix chopped turkey or chicken with bacon fat, egg, wheat germ oil, and bone meal. Spoon over noodles and spread. Cover with layer of noodles and sprinkle with garlic powder. Bake 30 minutes in 350°F oven. Let stand for 15 minutes before cutting. Source: Edmund R."
- Ann N. Martin, Food Pets Die For: Shocking Facts About Pet Food (Get the book.)

"Many people like to eat the granules directly from the container; just chew it up like any other food. Quick Tip 1: Mix lecithin with a green drink, some flax seed meal and soy protein powder for a fantastic "brain cocktail." Quick Tip 2: Cooking lecithin does not cause any loss of nutritional value. Lecithin improves the workability of batter or baking mixture and improves the quality of the finished product. You can add lecithin granules to any oil salad dressing for added brain nutrients."
- Jan Lovejoy, Get Balanced-the Natural Way to Better Health with Superfoods (Get the book.)

"Journal of Agricultural and food Chemistry, Vol. 40, No. 10. Verhoeven, D., etal. "Areview of mechanisms underlying anticarcinogenicity by brassica vegetables." Chemico-Biological Interactions. 103(2):79-129,1997. Kail, M.A., etal. "Effects of dietary broccoli on human in vivo drug metabolizing enzymes: evaluation of caffeine, estrone and chlorzoxazone metabolism." Carcinogenesis. 17(4):793-799,1996. Zhang, Y, et al. "A major inducer of anticarcinogenic protective enzymes from broccoli: isolation and elucidations of structure." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA."

- Jan Lovejoy, Get Balanced-the Natural Way to Better Health with Superfoods (Get the book.)

"Appestat: The area in the brain that is believed to regulate appetite and food intake. Beta-glucan: Beta glucans are polysaccharides (sugar molecules) found bound together as a sugar/protein complex. The richest concentrated source of beta glucan is baker's yeast cell walls, but it is also present in lesser amounts in barley, oats, and some seaweeds, mushrooms and other plants."

- Jan Lovejoy, Get Balanced-the Natural Way to Better Health with Superfoods (Get the book.)

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