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By C. Norman Shealy

An A-Z of the meals that may be used as traditional treatments to avoid and treatment universal illnesses. finished and completely illustrated all through, The Illustrated foodstuff treatments Sourcebook is a go-to reference for these people desirous to nourish our physique from the interior out. quite a bit of what we consume impacts our common health and wellbeing and health and wellbeing, and there are lots of extensively on hand meals that, while eaten usually, not just stave off disease, but additionally act as a average remedy for illnesses. during this crucial publication, over three hundred super-foods are indexed with their dietary breakdown and detailed homes highlighted for immediate and simple reference. in addition to these famous culmination, nuts, and seeds which were usually used as ordinary treatments for millions of years, corresponding to honey and lemon to appease sore throats and oranges for diet C, there also are many more odd meals incorporated, equivalent to blueberries and kale, whose positive factors were said extra lately.

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    If the package lists more than basic real food and a bit of salt, it likely contains many of the toxins listed earlier. In the average grocery store, 60 percent of the “food” is junk, and in fast-food restaurants virtually 100 percent is junk. I went to McDonald’s in 1962, took one bite, and as politely as possible in public, I spit it into my napkin and threw it away. I have not been back and will not go back to it or any of its clones. Throughout the book, “glycemic load” measurements are provided.

    Health benefits (helps with or helps to prevent): • Arterial wall strength • Bone, skin, nail health • Collagen production Strontium Deficiency is associated with weak bones. Daily requirement: about 100 mg. Health benefits (helps with or helps to prevent): • Osteoporosis Vanadium Vanadium deficiency is found in diabetics and hypertensive individuals. Its most common form is vanadyl sulphate. Daily requirement: about 1 mg. Health benefits (helps with or helps to prevent): • Cancer prevention • Diabetes • Hypertension • Low blood sugar Zinc Zinc deficiency leads to a weak immune system (frequent colds and flu, etc), diarrhea, hair loss, skin lesions, loss of appetite and anorexia, ADHD, hypertension, diabetes, decreased sense of taste, ulcerative colitis, and enlarged prostate.

    For many decades we were told only about tocopherols—alpha, delta, and gamma—and the mixture was considered most beneficial. More recently it has become unequivocally proven that tocotrienols, the other limb of the E family, are far more potent. The single best source is annatto seeds, not a food we eat commonly. A mixture of just 100 mg daily of the tocotrienols appears to be optimal. It is important to emphasize that there is significant interaction between vitamins A, C, and E, so that a deficiency in any one of these interferes with optimal function of the others.

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