Vegetarian Diets Reduce Risk Of Heart Disease

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A recently announced study has given credence to the claim, for years made by vegetarians, that a diet devoid of meat significantly lowers the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.  The research supports the theory that vegetarians who consume meat less than once a month, experience a 36% drop in the metabolic syndrome.  To Read more …

The Back To Nature Diet

I believe that the very high rate of debilitating food allergies and metabolic disorders that ‘I see in my practice are aggravated by a diet that the human body generally is not equipped to handle, For millions of years, man’s ancestors lived on a diet of meat, fish, occasional eggs, roots (such as potatoes and Read more …

Age Is Not An Accurate Index Of Health

Although growth proceeds at predictable rates, aging does not. Some people are old at forty; others are young at sixty. Measuring one’s age chronologically has its limita­tions. It does not describe a person’s appearance, vigor, or life expectancy accurately. The book, Health in the Later Years, points out that it would be more logical to Read more …