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How we combine our food is as important as how much food we eat. If you eat a salad just before the main entrée like a large steak then nothing is digested.
Our stomach is a chemistry lab and we are all chemists Like it or not! We are either good chemist or bad, but We are all still chemists.
When we eat a salad our taste buds send a
signal to the stomach telling it that vegetables are on the way and the
stomach dumps an alkaline into the stomach to digest the vegetables.
Oh, no now we have added an acid to an
alkaline and what we get is a base or neutral mix. They cancel each
other out and nothing gets digested! It is all sent to the intestines
where most of it rots.
So if you must eat a salad first them try to do it at least 40 to 50 minutes before so that it has time to digest or eat the salad 2 hours after the protein so that it has a chance to be digested.
Some say you can eat the salad at the same times as the protein and it will be ok, NOT. Your stomach will either be acid or alkaline not both!
Now Fruits need and entirely different chemistry to be digested so eat them alone or leave them alone. So do we eat to get nutrition or do we eat just for the fun of it? The answer most of us has is
"Because it taste good."
No wonder we in America or eating more and being less healthy and fatter than anyone on the planet.
If you are eating for health
then get informed and make the right choices NOW.
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Personal Philosophy is Like The Set of The Sail
by Jim Rohn
In the process of living, the winds of circumstances blow on us all in an unending flow that touches each of our lives.
We have all experienced the blowing winds of disappointment, despair and heartbreak. Why, then, would each of us, in our own individual ship of life, all beginning at the same point, with the same intended destination in mind, arrive at such different places at the end of the journey? Have we not all been blown by the winds of circumstances and buffeted by the turbulent storms of discontent?
What guides us to different destinations in life is determined by the way we have chosen to set our sail. The way that each of us thinks makes the major difference in where each of us arrive. The major difference is the set of the sail.
The same circumstances happen to us all. We have disappointments and challenges. We all have reversals and those moments when, in spite of our best plans and efforts, things just seem to fall apart. Challenging circumstances are not events reserved for the poor, the uneducated or the destitute. The rich and the poor have marital problems. The rich and the poor have the same challenges that can lead to financial ruin and personal despair. In the final analysis, it is not what happens that determines the quality of our lives, it is what we choose to do when we have struggled to set the sail and then discover, after all of our efforts, that the wind has changed directions.
When the winds change, we must change. We must struggle to our feet once more and rest the sail in the manner that will steer us toward the destination of our own deliberate choosing. The set of the sail, how we think and how we respond, has a far greater capacity to destroy our lives than any challenges we face. How quickly and responsibly we react to adversity is far more important than the adversity itself. Once we discipline ourselves to understand this, we will finally and willing conclude that the great challenge of life is to control the process of our thinking.
Learning to reset the sail with the changing winds rather than permitting ourselves to be blown in a direction we did not purposely choose requires the development of a whole new discipline. It involves going to work on establishing a powerful, personal philosophy that will help to influence in a positive way all that we do and that we think and decide. If we can succeed in this worthy endeavor, the result will be a change in the course of our income, lifestyle and relationships, and in how we feel about the things of value as well as the times of challenge. If we can alter the way we perceive, judge and decide upon the main issues of life, then we can dramatically change our lives.
To Your Success,
This Article came from:
JIM ROHN'S WEEKLY E-ZINE
Dr. Ellithorpe has been conducting research on
anti-aging methods and oxidative stress for the past year.
The information that she presented Thursday September 13, 2001 at the
Sedgefield Country Club Greensboro, NC lecture,
is to be published in an up-coming issue of the Capital University’s Journal of Integrative Health.
Her research results are also cited in Dr. Paula Boener’s article in a current issue of
The Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association.
Dr. Ellithorpe also shared her ideas on the use of natural hormone replacement therapy.
She had some great suggestions and
ideas on this topic for both men and women.
Consider these FACTS!
the U.S. spends $117 billion per
year on heart disease
one key factor
is related in each and
due to OXIDATIVE stress!
fruits and vegetables
are our number one defense
that we need to
American Cancer Society
can help fight this
because it is just a concentrate of
If you don't mind the cost.
to find out what
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