Our bodies are built up from the food we eat, therefore, those foods should be chosen that best supply the elements needed for building up the body. “You are what you eat”. So... what should be eaten?. MEALS. Meal Plan. Tongue alerts stomach - volume, composition SN11-26-94
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Our bodies are built up from the food we eat, therefore, those foods should be chosen that best supply the elements needed for building up the body.
“You are what you eat”
So... what should be eaten?
Journal of Nutrition 127:210-217, 1997 Neurology 49(1): 310; July 1997
Fast 18 hours a day
Reduced total calories
STUDIES HAVE SHOWN THAT A VEGETARIAN DIET IS THE LEAST DANGEROUS AND MOST LIKELY DIET TO PROMOTE LONGEVITY.
“...there is now an overwhelming scientific and medical case for avoiding the consumption of meat and meat products despite the government’s attempts to persuade us otherwise.”--Dr. Richard Lacey, prominent microbiologist and BSE researcher
Vegetarians can eat bountifully without worry
To be as strong as an ox, eat what the ox eats, not the ox!
Animal products don’t have what your body needs most: complex carbohydrates and fiber, not to mention vitamin C
Sample site DDD,ppm
Lake water 0.02
Herbivorous fish 40-300
Carnivorous fish >2,500
Type In Japan In Hawaii Caucasians/Hawaii
Colon 78 371 368
Rectum 95 297 204
Prostate 14 154 343
Breast 335 1221 1869
Uterus 32 407 714
Ovary 51 160 274
Lung 237 379 962
Stomach 1331 397 217
Esophagus 150 46 75
Frequency and Relative Risk
Frequency Meat Eggs Cheese
Protein content per cm
Time to double birth weight
Armstrong and Doll International Journal of Cancer 15:617-631 1975
Cholesterol is found ONLY in meat, milk, eggs, and cheese.
This includes chicken and fish.
* In the American Diet
Dietary fiber reduces the risk
of coronary heart disease
Sleep 7 to 8 hours
No eating between meals
Eat breakfast regularly
Maintain proper weight
Moderate or no alcohol
A 10-year study of 142,857 women aged 40-plus
Hirayama, T., 1978. Epidemiology of Breast cancer with Special Reference to the Role of Diet. Preventive Medicine 7, 173-195.