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"Best Food Sources for Minerals Mineral Best Sources Calcium Milk and dairy products, dark leafy greens Chromium Brewer's yeast, whole grain cereals, clams Copper Oysters, nuts, organ meats, legumes Iodine Seafood, iodized salt Iron Meats, fish, green leafy vegetables Magnesium Nuts, green vegetables, whole grains Manganese Nuts, whole grains, vegetables, fruit Phosphorus Fish, meat, poultry, eggs, whole grains Potassium Meats, vegetables, fruit Selenium Seafood, nuts, meats, whole grains Zinc Meats, liver, eggs, seafood, whole grains yogurt is one such food."
- Christian B. Allan and Wolfgang Lutz, Life Without Bread (Get the book.)

"Exercising the optimal amount (which is determined by your ability to recover and deal with other stresses) will strengthen the body as a whole. Gains include improved muscle tone, a reduction in body fat, increased strength-to-weight ratio, improved immune function, clearer thinking, and better sleep quality. Exercise creates a complementary circle: It activates the natural healing and regeneration process of the body. Ironically, complementary stress can arise when uncomplementary stress is no longer tolerable and so positive change is instigated."
- Brendan Brazier, The Thrive Diet: The whole Food Way to Lose Weight, Reduce Stress, and Stay Healthy for Life (Get the book.)

"On a broader scale, inefficient food production and the transportation of this food is the biggest threat to air quality and environmental health as a whole. I discuss food production and the environment in detail in Chapter 3. Psychological stress accounts for about 20 percent of total uncomplementary stress. This kind of stress is generally self-imposed, and some people are more prone to it than others. Worrying about future events that are in no way controllable, such as the weather, is a mild form of psychological stress."

- Brendan Brazier, The Thrive Diet: The whole Food Way to Lose Weight, Reduce Stress, and Stay Healthy for Life (Get the book.)

"Best Food Sources for Minerals Mineral Best Sources Calcium Milk and dairy products, dark leafy greens Chromium Brewer's yeast, whole grain cereals, clams Copper Oysters, nuts, organ meats, legumes Iodine Seafood, iodized salt Iron Meats, fish, green leafy vegetables Magnesium Nuts, green vegetables, whole grains Manganese Nuts, whole grains, vegetables, fruit Phosphorus Fish, meat, poultry, eggs, whole grains Potassium Meats, vegetables, fruit Selenium Seafood, nuts, meats, whole grains Zinc Meats, liver, eggs, seafood, whole grains yogurt is one such food."
- Christian B. Allan and Wolfgang Lutz, Life Without Bread (Get the book.)

"High net-gain whole foods provide a platform on which to build long-term sustainable vitality. In the recipe section of this book, you will find several recipes for high net-gain energy bars, ones that I've made for myself for several years. As you can see from the top illustration on page 72, stress triggers the spiral. As you read in Chapter 1, for the average North American, 40 percent of that stress can be directly linked to diet. With the first onset of stress comes natural adrenal stimulation, which is not unhealthy in small doses."
- Brendan Brazier, The Thrive Diet: The whole Food Way to Lose Weight, Reduce Stress, and Stay Healthy for Life (Get the book.)

"For lunch, a bowl of Five-Grain Kruska, a cereal consisting of whole wheat, whole rye, whole oats, whole barley, whole millet, wheat bran, one tablespoon each, and two tablespoons unsulphured raisins. For dinner, a large bowl of fresh vegetable salad (green and leafy), a large portion of unpeeled potatoes (baked or broiled) and raw grated carrots, red beets and onions. Sour milk or yogurt are permitted, but no drinks of any kind. Cooked fruits can be used for dessert."
- Rex Adams, Miracle Medicine Foods (Get the book.)

"In Indonesia, Hong Kong and Singapore during World War II, prisoners suffering from acute dysentery recovered when rations of whole boiled soybeans were replaced with tempeh.35 The Rhizopus mold seems to inhibit the growth of dysentery-causing bacteria. Researchers studying the impact of soy sauce on five strains of E. coli found that that no single component of traditionally fermented soy sauce could be credited for the success of anti-£. coli action."
- Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN, The whole Soy Story: The dark side of America's favorite health food (Get the book.)

"Natto, tempeh and other fermented whole soybean products entered the food supply much later, with natto appearing sometime around 1000 AD and tempeh no earlier than the 1600s.1112 Thus, claims that soybeans have been a major part of the Asian diet for more than 3000 years—or from "time immemorial"—are simply not true."

- Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN, The whole Soy Story: The dark side of America's favorite health food (Get the book.)

"You are what you eat." This is true, but there's more to it than that. Eating food that is not efficiently absorbed and assimilated by the body will greatly limit its effectiveness. The way to ensure you are getting maximum return on your eating—the most energy out of your food—is simpler than you might think. In fact, the simpler the better. As a general rule, the less that has been done to your food, the better its return will be. Food with low nutrient value is a major factor in escalating obesity rates."
- Brendan Brazier, The Thrive Diet: The whole Food Way to Lose Weight, Reduce Stress, and Stay Healthy for Life (Get the book.)

"Eat three or four servings of fruit daily (1 serving = 1 medium whole fruit or 1/2 cup sliced). • Limit grain-based foods to three or four servings per day (1 serving = 1 cup cooked whole grains, whole-grain cereals or pasta, or 1 slice bread). Go easy on bread. Most of us eat too much of the wrong kinds. The only kinds of breads I recommend are whole-grain rye and sprouted grain breads, which have a much lower glycemic index than any other bread, including whole-wheat breads."
- Dr. Julian Whitaker, The Memory Solution (Get the book.)

"For lunch, a bowl of Five-Grain Kruska, a cereal consisting of whole wheat, whole rye, whole oats, whole barley, whole millet, wheat bran, one tablespoon each, and two tablespoons unsulphured raisins. For dinner, a large bowl of fresh vegetable salad (green and leafy), a large portion of unpeeled potatoes (baked or broiled) and raw grated carrots, red beets and onions. Sour milk or yogurt are permitted, but no drinks of any kind. Cooked fruits can be used for dessert."
- Rex Adams, Miracle Medicine Foods (Get the book.)

"Some "experts" say that diabetes is due to carbohydrates, but they fail to differentiate between refined products (white flour, fruit juices and sugars) and whole brown rice, whole fruits and whole-grain wheat). All carbohydrates are not the same! Excessive fat consumption was identified as the primary cause of diabetes in 1927, when Dr. E.P. Joslin of Boston wrote in the Annals of Clinical Medicine: "With an excess of fat, diabetes begins, and from an excess of fat diabetics die, formerly of coma and recently of atherosclerosis."3 That same year, Dr. J.S."
- Marc Sorenson, Solar Power For Optimal Health (Get the book.)

"To choose good-quality potcini, look for caps that ate fully opened (but not to the gills), fleshy, and whole, with a stout stem. Porcini are traditionally used to flavot sauces, stews, and rice dishes, but are also good sauteed for a pasra topping or grilled with olive oil and herbs. They are not generally used raw. The dried variety can be rehydrated by soaking in watm water for fifteen to thirty minutes; rinse to temove any remaining dirt or grit."
- Dianne Onstad, Whole Foods Companion: A Guide For Adventurous Cooks, Curious Shoppers, and lovers of natural foods (Get the book.)

"Eat the whole orange, excluding the very outer skin, to get the full benefits from the fruit. All varieties of oranges provide purifying energy for both body and mind. In some Wiccan rituals, orange juice is drunk instead of wine, and orange peel tea is said to keep one from getting drunk or muddleheaded. While citrus flesh and juice are cooling, its peel is warming because of its high oil concentration, which make it a useful medicine for cold and deficiency symptoms. The peel contains numerous potent nutraceuticals."

- Dianne Onstad, Whole Foods Companion: A Guide For Adventurous Cooks, Curious Shoppers, and lovers of natural foods (Get the book.)

"This means whole wheat in place of white flour products, brown rice in place of white, whole barley to replace pearled barley, whole buckwheat, whole rye, and cornmeal which has not been degerminated. In other words, you will have decided that you prefer to have the Vitamin B Complex, the Vitamin E, and the trace minerals in your grains, rather than having them diverted to animal feedstuffs. If sugar intake is not reduced, your fiber intake will not reach adequacy merely because you are eating whole grains."
- Carlton Fredericks, Ph.D., Breast Cancer: A Nutritional Approach (Get the book.)

"RELATIONSHIP TO THE ENVIRONMENT OF SPIRIT The holographic view of the world perceives the entire whole within a small piece of the original. A laser projecting a three-dimensional image will maintain that image, regardless of the number of times it is divided. When viewing spirit as a hologram, we recognize that the "vital principle held to give life" as a force field is completely contained in its individual parts. For example, each plant is alive and in this aliveness spirit is inherent and yet has its own individual nature. Let's compare Dandelion to Violet."
- Pam Montgomery, Plant Spirit Healing: A Guide to Working with Plant Consciousness (Get the book.)

"Their reversion to a less functional state inverts the relationship we've had with them for our whole lives. It creates an interdependency that may not have existed before, an opportunity to return kindness, compassion, and warmth to our parents in their time of need. And if our relationship was strained, late-stage brain aging may even present an opportunity for reconciliation and redemption. Elinor Fuchs, a professor of drama at Yale and one of my colleagues, has written a book called Making an Exit, about her mother, Lil, who had Alzheimer's."
- 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.)

"This focus on biological approaches to brain aging across our society has shifted the whole dynamic of the field away from caring for the aging patient and his family and toward drugs as the primary means of ensuring the quality of his life. Too often, aging patients and their families leave the doctor's office with little more than a pill prescription (often encompassing several pills) and fear generated by the Alzheimer's myth, knowing little about how to effectively care for the condition. This is inhumane and inexcusable."

- 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.)

"Feeling a muscular contraction, then contracting the muscle strongly, and at the end relaxing it completely facilities relaxation both of the specific part and the whole body. The CRB movements have their physiological basis in muscular relaxation induced voluntarily and consciously through preliminary contraction of the ocular muscle. In the case of myopia, the state of chronic contraction mostly strikes musculus obliquus, which keeps the eye in overcontraction and leads to progressive eyeball lengthening."
- David De Angelis, The Secret of Perfect Vision: How You Can Prevent and Reverse Nearsightedness (Get the book.)

"If you wish to improve this fundamental system of perception, you must also improve your whole person. A person whose visual capacity has been improved becomes more able to "flow" in the life ocean. A person who is at peace with himself and with the entire world flows gracefully by his thoughts, actions, and interactions. This state of grace enables him to function at the highest level of creativity and being. The level of being means the capacity of demonstrating your qualities, emotions, and your deepest personal desires."

- David De Angelis, The Secret of Perfect Vision: How You Can Prevent and Reverse Nearsightedness (Get the book.)

"Out of 500 people who learn about PVS, 200 of them practice only during the first month, and only 100 carry out the whole program with perseverance till the first results, and only about 50 of them get further results, which come with time. Not all of the latter group are willing and able to link up to the Internet to share their results with others. Unfortunately, we don't have follow-up studies to monitor all the patients throughout time; therefore, at the moment, the results are anecdotal, but not unreliable."

- David De Angelis, The Secret of Perfect Vision: How You Can Prevent and Reverse Nearsightedness (Get the book.)

"I have been using coenzyme Qiq in my practice for a wide array of cardiac situations and have been pleasantly surprised to learn that two patients came off the transplant list as a result of this unique, non-toxic and simple nutrient. A whole new emerging field in "metabolic cardiology" will most likely be realized by those who choose to treat the "energy-starved" heart at the mitochondrial level. Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., FA.C.C. Sinatra, S. Letter to Editor: "Coenzyme Qjq in patients with end-stage heart failure awaiting cardiac transplantation: A randomized, placebo-controlled study."
- Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., The Sinatra Solution Metabolic Cardiology (Get the book.)

"I believe a whole new field in cardiovascular diseases is on the horizon—one that can give enormous hope to patients with heart disease. Sustaining cardiac energy metabolism may be a problem, but it's also the solution. Energy-sustaining nutrients that can recharge our batteries, like coenzyme Qiq, L-carnitine, D-ribose, and even the common mineral magnesium—provide physicians, especially cardiologists, with natural alternative tools that will help improve the quality of their patients' lives."

- Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., The Sinatra Solution Metabolic Cardiology (Get the book.)

"As my knowledge and experience evolved, I came to realize that when you treat the mitochondria and nurture the heart on a cellular level, then you can improve the health of the whole organism. The study of mitochondrial energy and pharmacokinetics became such a passion that I wanted to write this book to get this life-saving information out to more and more people. The fact is that coenzyme Q10 and L-carnitine—as well as the new amino-carnitines, D-ribose, and magnesium—help nurture, "fertilize," and support the mitochondria."

- Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., The Sinatra Solution Metabolic Cardiology (Get the book.)

"I agree whole heartedly. They speculated that the rats bred for low aerobic capacity had much lower concentrations of a number of key mitochondrial proteins found in the muscle tissue of their more athletic rat counterparts. In other words, if the rats had fewer effective mitochondria, they most likely didn't utilize oxygen very well, which led to poor inherent tolerance of physical exercise. It is more probable that the animals would have metabolic syndrome (insulin resistance), diabetes and future cardiovascular disease. But what does this rat race mean for you?"

- Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., The Sinatra Solution Metabolic Cardiology (Get the book.)

"I encountered an entire landscape of connection that contributed to the daydream of Rosemary, with each component having significance and adding meaning to the whole experience. Stephen Buhner, in his book Secret Teachings of Plants, refers to the experience of meaning in our environment as direct perception of nature. He says, "As we deepen our capacity for direct perception, we find that all things are aware, that all are looking at us, that all are communicating with us. And these communications of meaning go deep."
- Pam Montgomery, Plant Spirit Healing: A Guide to Working with Plant Consciousness (Get the book.)

"Instead, it uses fragments that, when taken as a whole, become the mountains, clouds, and trees. In a fractal, each piece, no matter how tiny, resembles the larger pattern that it's a part of. When Mandelbrot programmed his simple formula into a computer, the output was stunning. By seeing everything in the natural world as small fragments that look a lot like other small fragments and combining them into larger patterns, the images that were produced did more than approximate nature. Figure 1."
- Gregg Braden, The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits (Get the book.)

"All believed that they were a part of a larger whole. To gain access to the cosmic, nonlocal entity of true consciousness, they had to set aside the limiting boundaries of the self and personal identity, and merge with the higher entity. With this change of consciousness and expanded awareness, the healers felt they got onto an open line to this larger information field, which offered them flashes of information, symbols, and images. Words would appear, seemingly from nowhere, giving them a diagnosis. Something beyond their conscious thought would carry out the healing for them."
- Lynne McTaggart, The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World (Get the book.)

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