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"To step back for a moment, there's no question that evidence points to some association between high-protein foods and weight loss. In one study, people who had a higher protein intake experienced a decreased appetite and what the researchers termed "significant weight loss."50 Those researchers speculated that the decreased caloric intake might have been caused by increased leptin sensitivity, which would have lessened appetite. Another study on mice gives some intriguing, if preliminary, indication that protein can exert an effect on metabolism."
- Wendy Bazilian, DRPH, MA, RD, Steven Pratt, MD, Kathy Matthews, Superfoods Rx Diet: Lose Weight with the Power of SuperNutrients (Get the book.)

"Moreover, because liquids are less filling than solid foods, those high-cal drinks aren't even satisfying. By skipping the mocha frappuccinos and substituting a glass of water or club soda with lemon or lime, you'll reach your weight-loss goals a lot faster. One study found that dieters who replaced virtually all sweetened drinks with water lost an average of 5 pounds more in a year than those who did not. Moreover, those who drank more than four cups of water a day lost an additional 2 pounds compared to dieters who did not drink that much."

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

"The sidekicks are foods with a nutrient profile that is similar to the flagship food and as such they are good alternative choices."

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

"Finally, while emerging evidence points to the power of foods like yogurt to actually enhance weight loss, long-established studies confirm that a rich supply of calcium in the diet, like that from yogurt, is a critical component of a weight reduction diet for other reasons: namely muscle and bone preservation. We've long known that one of the risks of weight loss is losing muscle and bone mass."

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

"Whole potatoes were carried to prevent rheumatism, and eaten with other foods to prevent indigestion. Washing your face with cool potato juice clears up blemishes. Carrying a potato in your pocket was thought to make tooth pain go away. An old remedy for sore throat was placing a slice of baked potato in a stocking and tying it around the throat. Throw Me a Lifesaver! CANCER: Human case studies have shown that lectins, such as those found in potatoes, attach to receptors on cancer cell membranes, leading to apoptosis and cytotoxicity, and inhibiting tumor growth."
- David W. Grotto, RD, LDN, 101 foods That Could Save Your Life! (Get the book.)

"This recipe contains seven powerhouse foods. ingredients: 2 ounces roasted and toasted whole sesame seeds 4 ounces beef sirloin strip or 4 ounces "beef" seitan 4 ounces shiitake mushrooms 4 ounces fresh portobella mushrooms, sliced 4 ounces fresh white mushrooms, sliced 8 ounces snow peas, whole 2 ounces fresh green onion bulbs and tops, chopped 4 ounces organic fat-free beef broth or vegetable broth I tablespoon canola oil 1 tablespoon organic s esame oil I tablespoon hoisin sauce directions: Cut beef or seitan into very thin slices across the grain. Coat the slices with the sesame oil."

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

"Penne Rigate with Broccoli and Turmeric by Chef Nick Spinelli Servings: 6 • Prep and cooking time: 30 minutes This recipe contains five powerhouse foods. INGREDIENTS: 3 cups broccoli, stems and florets, raw, trimmed 1 pound penne rigate pasta, raw 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil I teaspoon turmeric, ground 'A teaspoon black pepper, cracked and ground I tablespoon garlic, fresh, minced I teaspoon ginger, fresh, minced 'A cup chicken or vegetable stock 'A cup white wine, Chardonnay 'A teaspoon salt DIRECTIONS: Fill a 4-quart pot with cold water and bring to a boil."

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

"Whole eggs: One of the most nutrient-dense foods, meaning it provides a relatively high proportion of essential nutrients per calorie. Egg yolks also contain choline, an important substance necessary for fat breakdown, the membranes of nearly every cell in the body, and production of neurotransmitters. 2. Salmon: Salmon is a high-quality source of protein and an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. 3. Yogurt: An excellent source of high-quality, easily absorbed protein. Has all the nutritional value of milk but with several advantages for individuals with lactose intolerance."
- 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.)

"Your body will benefit and you enjoy _yourtimewith simple, good foods._ Don't Forget To Exercise Your Body The Great Stress / Mood Stabilizer! • Exercise is prescribed in clinical settings to help treat nervous tension. Following a session of exercise, clinicians measured a decrease in electrical activity of tensed muscles. People are less jittery and hyperactive following exercise. • One 30 to 45 minute exercise session generates 90 to 120 minutes of relaxation response."
- Jan Lovejoy, Get Balanced-the Natural Way to Better Health with Superfoods (Get the book.)

"NutritionData (ND) provides a complete nutrient analysis for any food or recipe, and helps you select foods that best match your dietary needs. Yamori, Y; Moriguchi, E.H.; Teramoto, T.; Miura, A.; Fukui, Y; Honda, K.I.; Fukui, M.; Nara, Y; Taira, K.; Moriguchi, Y. "Soybean isoflavones reduce postmenopausal bone resorption in female Japanese immigrants in Brazil: a ten-week study." J Am Coll Nutr. 2002 Dec;21(6):560-3. WHO Collaborating Center for Research on Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases, Kyoto, Japan. Yukio.Yamori@ma3.seikyou.ne.jp Takada, Y; Kobayashi, N.; Kato, K."

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

"In fact, if all foods are considered together, enough is available to provide at least 4.3 pounds per person per day. That includes 2.5 pounds of grain, beans, and nuts; about a pound of fruits and vegetables; and nearly another pound of meat, milk, and eggs." The book cites a study showing "that 78% of all malnourished children under five in the developing world live in countries with food surpluses."24 The organization Stop Hunger Now says, "Abundance, not scarcity, best describes the world's food supply," and a UN report confirms that we won't be running short anytime soon."
- Jeffrey M. Smith, Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods (Get the book.)

"Fighting Radiation & Chemical Pollutants with foods, Herbs and Vitamins (Vitality Books, 1997). Bee pollen, p. 80-81. Composition of Bee Pollen, Enviro Bee Products Disributors, 5709 -173 St. Cloverdale, B.C.V3S4A3. Slavin, Joanne. "Whole Grains and Human Health." Nutrition research reviews (2004) 17,000-000. Department of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Minnesota. Vinson, J.A. The Functional Food Properties of Figs. University of Scranton, PA, February 1999, vol. 44, No. 2."
- Jan Lovejoy, Get Balanced-the Natural Way to Better Health with Superfoods (Get the book.)

"According to a leaked document obtained by the Independent on Sunday, even three government ministers prepared 'an astonishingly detailed strategy for spinning, and mobilizing support for' GM foods, including rubbishing Pusztai's research.21 When Pusztai's gag order was eventually lifted and he gained access to his data, 23 top scientists from around the world reviewed the research and came to his defense. The study was peer-reviewed and published in the prestigious Lancet (in spite of threats made to its editor by a Royal Society official)."
- Jeffrey M. Smith, Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods (Get the book.)

"Certain foods: Some lucid dreamers have noticed an increase in lucid dreams after eating certain foods. The writer Jane Roberts suggested foods like asparagus might be helpful, and a minor touch of caffeine before sleep may assist some people. Years later, scientists discovered that a plant relative of asparagus contains a chemical useful for increasing awareness in those with Alzheimer's. 7. Vitamins such as B6 before bedtime: Some studies indicate B6 may lead to enhanced memory retention. 8."
- Robert Waggoner, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self (Get the book.)

"Canola oil is not on the list of the world's healthiest foods. It's not even close. Nutritionists can be divided into two camps on certain controversial issues, soy being one of them, canola oil being another. Conventional "wisdom" is that canola oil is a wonderfully healthy oil that should be used as much as possible. Minority opinion is that it is an overhyped, unhealthy oil whose success is completely due to brilliant marketing on the part of the oil industry. I am firmly in the camp of the second group."
- 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.)

"So it makes sense that whole grains, nuts, meat, legumes, and other thi-amin-rich foods could help fend off black moods. A 3-ounce pork chop will give you most of your thiamin requirements for the day. Up your mood with omega-3. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) - two kinds of omega-3 fatty acids - could have lots to do with depression. Too little DHA in your body can mean too little serotonin, that important feelgood brain chemical. EPA, on the other hand, shows promise for treating some mental disorders like schizophrenia."
- The Editors of FC&A, Unleash the Inner Healing Power of Foods (Get the book.)

"As with many fruits, juices, and foods that have been used medicinally for centuries in a variety of cultures, the rigorous scientific study of noni is still emerging, and it's likely that the health claims may outpace the evidence for a while. Nonetheless, there's enough solid science—not to mention a long history of folk tradition—to support the inclusion of noni juice on this list. Remember, the taste is off-putting—the best companies making this stuff make a pure juice that has to be diluted with water or taken in 1-ounce servings."
- 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.)

"LUNG PROTECTION: Mice who were pretreated with an extract of rosemary prior to being exposed to diesel exhaust fumes had significantly less lung inflammation than those mice who were not pretreated. Tips on Using Rosemary SELECTION AND STORAGE: • Rosemary is available in dried, oil, or fresh forms. Fresh is preferable because it loses most of its flavor when it is dried. SERVING SUGGESTIONS: • Fresh and dried leaves are commonly used in traditional Mediterranean cuisine as a flavor-enhancing herb. • Rosemary is used to season poultry, lamb, fish, rice dishes, soups, and vegetables."
- David W. Grotto, RD, LDN, 101 foods That Could Save Your Life! (Get the book.)

"Certain foods: Some lucid dreamers have noticed an increase in lucid dreams after eating certain foods. The writer Jane Roberts suggested foods like asparagus might be helpful, and a minor touch of caffeine before sleep may assist some people. Years later, scientists discovered that a plant relative of asparagus contains a chemical useful for increasing awareness in those with Alzheimer's. 7. Vitamins such as B6 before bedtime: Some studies indicate B6 may lead to enhanced memory retention. 8."
- Robert Waggoner, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self (Get the book.)

"Whether it's due to their antioxidants, their fiber, or some combination of nutrients, the National Cancer Institute says eat more servings of foods like these every day. Citrus fruits. Squeeze lots of oranges, tangerines, lemons, and limes into your daily menu. Their antioxidant-rich juice and pulp help shield you against cancers of the colon, stomach, lung, esophagus, prostate, mouth, and larynx. Black raspberries. These nutritious berries may be scarce but you're going to want to hunt them down."
- The Editors of FC&A, Unleash the Inner Healing Power of Foods (Get the book.)

"Take the kids with you to shop at the natural food store—they will be more likely to try new foods if they choose them. Learning Factors Daily Nutrient Boost Smoothie Mix LJi. Lyon, with the help of Natural Factors, developed an innovative and delicious way to get kids of all ages (even adults) to enjoy high-quality nutrition. Learning Factors Daily Nutrient Boost Smoothie Mix provides a combination of thirty-five selected nutrients at optimal concentrations that support the brain, gastrointestinal tract, and immune system."
- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best foods, Herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"What Symptoms Have Been Associated with Food Allergies and Other Adverse Reactions to foods? The following is a partial list of some of the most common symptoms or medical disorders that have been associated with food allergies or other adverse reactions to food. Symptoms recognized by most allergy specialists to be potential symptoms of true or fixed food allergies (immediate hypersensitivity reactions) are marked by an asterisk(*)."

- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best foods, Herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"The precise dosage at which intake becomes toxic is a matter of dispute, but tolerable upper limits for daily vitamin D intake have been set as follows: Infants age 0-12 months, 1,000 IU (25 meg) Males and females age 1 year and older, 2,000 IU (50 meg) Pregnant and nursing women, 2,000 IU (50 meg) Very little vitamin D is found naturally in the foods we eat (see Table 3.3; the best sources are cold-water fish). In many countries, vitamin D is added to milk and breakfast cereals to ensure that needs are being met. Table 3.3."

- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best foods, Herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"In 1996, the UK government embarked on a plan to require long-term safety tests for all GM foods. A £1.6 million grant was awarded to a team of researchers to develop the testing protocol. Led by Arpad Pusztai of the prestigious Rowett Institute, the team developed a GM potato to use as the first "subject" for their studies. The potatoes were engineered with a gene from the snowdrop plant, which produces an insecticide called the GNA lectin. Pusztai and his colleagues had conducted extensive research on the GNA lectin for nearly seven years and found it to be harmless to rats."
- Jeffrey M. Smith, Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods (Get the book.)

"Not all plant-based foods are your colon's friend, however. Digestible carbohydrates - sugar, white flour, and other highly processed starches — increase cancer risk. In one study, women who ate the most non-fiber carbohydrates increased their risk of colon cancer almost seven times over that of women who ate the least amount. Men who ate the most doubled their risk of cancer of the rectum. Healthy habits Follow these suggestions and cut your risk of colon cancer. • Exercise 30 to 60 minutes a day. • Lose weight if you are overweight. • Drink plenty of water every day."
- The Editors of FC&A, Unleash the Inner Healing Power of Foods (Get the book.)

"Still, anthropologists tell us that our bodies are built primarily to process foods from plant sources. They base that conclusion on the shape and arrangement of our teeth, the way our jaws move, and the length of our digestive tract (our intestines are more than 20 feet long, while most carnivores have intestines only a few feet in length). The point is that the human body is designed to function efficiently by getting most of its energy and nutrition from plant sources."
- Michael T. Murray, Beat Diabetes Naturally: The Best foods, Herbs, Supplements, and Lifestyle Strategies to Optimize Your Diabetes Care (Get the book.)

"While they have recognized that "higher blood concentrations of beta-carotene and other carotenoids obtained from foods are associated with lower risk of several chronic diseases," as yet they have been unable to arrive at a recommended daily intake of carotenoids. In the meantime, I've come up with recommendations, based on all the available peer-reviewed literature, that I feel ensures that you are consuming the optimum daily protective amounts of these nutrients. Alpha-carotene: 2."
- Steven G. Pratt, M.D. and Kathy Matthews, SuperFoods Rx: Fourteen foods That Will Change Your Life (Get the book.)

"Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal7002. Howell, A.B.; Leahy, M.; Kurowska, E.; Guthrie, N. "In vivo evidence that cranberry proanthocyanidins inhibit adherence of p-fimbriated E. coli bacteria to uroepithelial cells." Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal7001; 15: A284. US National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health, Medline Plus, Dandelion (taraxacum officinale), updated December 13,2005. Fitzgerald, op. cit. p. 267, limonene. Haas, op. cit.; p. 301, Lemons and Grapefruits. Schechter, Steven R., N.D."
- Jan Lovejoy, Get Balanced-the Natural Way to Better Health with Superfoods (Get the book.)

"An enormous industry has sprung up to promote the cancer-fighting properties of foods and products that contain antioxidants. Eat more antioxidant-rich broccoli, the logic goes, and you'll live a longer and healthier life. True, perhaps, but not for the reasons the marketing folks would have you believe. It turns out that these foods are particularly beneficial not only because they contain antioxidants but also because they contain toxins. "
- John J. Ratey, MD, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain (Get the book.)

"Eating smoked foods, some aged cheeses, and certain other foods while taking the full dosage of an MAOI can be life-threatening, because this mixture can cause your blood pressure to go very high. Obviously, when I explain this to someone who has unsuccessfully tried many other antidepressants, the person is leery of trying this type of drug. Based on the similarity between atypical depression and CFS with depression, however, MAOIs can be worth trying in certain cases—as long as the patient is in the hands of a psychiatrist with experience in using this class of drugs."
- Benjamin H. Natelson, M.D., Your Symptoms Are Real: What to Do When Your Doctor Says Nothing Is Wrong (Get the book.)

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