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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?. 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?

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Meal Plan

  • Tongue alerts stomach - volume, compositionSN11-26-94
  • The bigger the meal the faster the pulse and the less blood flow in legsBrJ.Nutr71:835’94
  • A 15-year LLU study revealed lower mental function in elderly eating bigger meals AmJ.Ep.6-15-96
  • Sri Lankans overeat, productivity low 11-28-97 euter ServiceR
  • Overeating reduces the sensitivity of insulin
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Regular Mealtime Has Benefits

  • Better control of food intake
  • Greater sensitivity to insulin
  • Less high blood sugar swing
  • Nutrition Reports International 31(6):1341, June, 1985
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Two Meal Plan - Advantages

  • Cuts foot costs and kitchen chores
  • Gives an extra 30-90 minutes a day
  • Regulates body weight
  • Promotes an alert mind
  • Allows more restful sleep
  • Prepares for a hearty morning appetite
  • Presents less temptation for snacking
  • Increases insulin sensitivity
  • Insures clean blood for a longer time
  • Allows less TB, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s
  • Leads to a longer life

Journal of Nutrition 127:210-217, 1997 Neurology 49(1): 310; July 1997

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Two Meals, Six Hours Apart

Fast 18 hours a day

Reduced total calories

  • Better eyesight
  • Sharper intellect & memory
  • Less kidney disease
  • Less stress
          • 93% fewer cancers
  • Better hearing
  • Greater energy
  • Less overweight
  • Less osteoporosis
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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

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Meat eaters must be instructed in how to make sure their food is safe

Vegetarians can eat bountifully without worry

To be as strong as an ox, eat what the ox eats, not the ox!

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Simple Instructions on Eating

  • Grains, fruits, nuts & vegetables, in as simple a manner as possible
  • Eat only what is sufficient
  • Breakfast like a king lunch like a prince supper like a pauper (if at all)
  • Two meals are better than three
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Some Things to Remember...

  • Exercise after a meal
      • not violent or heavy
      • not the time to study
  • Don’t worry!
  • Eat on a regular schedule
  • Plenty of fiber
  • Stay away from fresh bread
  • Get other food as fresh as possible
annual meat eater s extra health costs
Annual Meat-Eater’sExtra Health Costs
  • Heart Disease $24 Billion
  • Hypertension $8.7 Billion
  • Cancer $18.8 Billion
  • Diabetes $4.6 Billion
  • Gallstones $4.8 Billion
  • Total $60.9 Billion

Animal products don’t have what your body needs most: complex carbohydrates and fiber, not to mention vitamin C

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Fish Contamination Compounds

  • Fish from mildly polluted water concentrate toxins up to more that 1,000,000 times more than detected in water
  • Toxins in their fatty tissues include pesticides, chlorinated hydrocarbons, mercury, and dioxin
  • Fish can also be contaminated with PCB’s, various heavy metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, halogenated organic compounds, and lead
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Biomagnification of DDD Insecticide

Sample site DDD,ppm

Lake water 0.02

Phytoplankton 5

Herbivorous fish 40-300

Carnivorous fish >2,500

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Problems with Fish and Fish Oil

  • Can worsen blood sugar levels in diabetics
  • Large amounts can dangerously prolong blood clotting time
  • Fish oil is expensive
  • Can lead to an increase in body weight
  • Sea food is a large reservoir for infectious diseases
  • Toxins acquired from contaminated waters concentrate in the fatty tissues of fish
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Problems with meat

  • Chemical carcinogens
  • Cancer virus
  • Lack of fiber
  • Rapid maturation
  • High-fat
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Decreased longevity
  • Kidney disorders
  • Osteoporosis
  • Trichinosis
  • Salmonellosis
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Cancer Prevention and Nutrition

  • Eat vegetables daily
  • Eat fruits generously
  • Eat a lot of raw food
  • Eat a lot of garlic
  • Avoid rancid fats
  • No animal products
  • Use only whole grains
  • Limit sweets
  • Follow a two meal plan
  • Avoid irritants
  • Fast 1-3 meals weekly
  • Eat slowly, chew well
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SDA Health Study

  • Approximately 1/2 SDA’s eat no meat, poultry, fish
  • Overall, SDA’s live 7 years longer than general population
  • SDA’s who are more adherent to vegetarian diet live 12 years longer
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Japanese Cancer Rates Compared

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

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Cheese & butter 2-4 times a week...

  • 3.2 times higher risk of breast cancer for women compared to once a week use
  • 3.6 times greater risk of fatal prostate cancer for men who eat meat, dairy, eggs daily over sparingly
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Women who eat eggs daily...

  • Have a 3.8 times higher breast cancer risk than those who eat less than once a week
  • Have a 3 times higher fatal ovarian cancer rate than those who eat less than once a week
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Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons

  • High temperature grilling and broiling with open flames produce carcinogenic PAH’s on the charred surface of foods
  • In 2.2 lbs charcoal-broiled steak there is as much benzopyrene as in the smoke of 600 cigarettes.

600

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Cancer Virus

  • Highest cancer rates are in dairy farmers & poultry farmers who market eggs.
  • Milk
    • 1975 - Seven in ten cartons had cancer virus
    • More than 30 human diseases traced to milk
  • Eggs
    • 1975 - Seven in ten eggs had cancer virus
    • 1985 - nearly 100% had cancer virus
breast cancer correlation with meat dairy servings per week
Breast CancerCorrelation with meat & dairy servings per week

Frequency and Relative Risk

Frequency Meat Eggs Cheese

  • Less than 1 1.00 1.00 1.00
  • 2-4 X week 2.55 1.91 3.23
  • Daily 3.53 2.86 4.10
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Milk Contamination

  • U.S. mother’s milk containing significant levels of DDT: 99%
  • U.S. vegetarian mother’s milk containing DDT: 8%
  • Average chemical pollution of breast milk in U.S. compared to vegans: 35 times higher
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Milks of Different Species

Protein content per cm

Time to double birth weight

  • Human 1.2 180
  • Mare 2.4 60
  • Cow 3.3 47
  • Goat 4.1 19
  • Dog 7.1 8
  • Cat 9.5 7
  • Rat 11.8 4.5
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Sugar and Cancers

  • Colon cancer
  • Rectal cancer
  • Breast cancer
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Cancer of the uterus
  • Prostate cancer
  • Kidney cancer
  • Cancer of the testis
  • Cancers of the nervous system

Armstrong and Doll International Journal of Cancer 15:617-631 1975

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Caffeine Dosages in Milligrams

  • 50 mg/cup - instant coffee
  • 150 mg/cup - drip coffee
  • 30 mg/cup - instant tea
  • 50 mg/cup - brewed tea
  • 50 mg/12oz - colas
  • 10 mg/cup - cocoa
  • 50 mg/8 oz - chocolate
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General Cancer Risks, All Areas

  • High meat consumption
  • Foods with preservatives
  • Aflatoxins (peanuts & soy sauce)
  • Amines in cheese, meats
  • Coffee, tea, colas
  • Some mushrooms
  • Lots of refined, fatty, protein foods
  • Deficiency of vitamins A, C, or E
  • Habitual overeating
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • High “transit time”
  • Estrogens
  • Hair dyes
  • Asbestos fibers
  • Drugs
  • Tobacco, alcohol, caffeinated & decaf drinks
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General Cancer Risks, All Areas

  • Excessive exposure to chemicals
  • Stress
  • Exposure to radiation
  • Drinking water in certain cities
  • Sick pets
  • Chronic irritation or infection
  • All viral illnesses
  • Early and excessive sexual activities
  • A kidney transplant
  • History of any previous cancer
  • Nonspecific factors: age, race, sex, occupation, family history of cancer
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Heart Disease is #1

  • Heart disease is the biggest killer in the entire world
  • In developed nations, the proportion of total deaths rises to more than 50%
  • It will likely overtake infectious diseases as the main cause of death in many developing nations
  • Worldwide, heart attacks and
  • strokes account for 25% of deaths
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Common Atherosclerotic Sites

  • Cerebral arteries
  • Carotid arteries
  • Coronary arteries
  • Aorta
  • Renal arteries
  • Femoral arteries
  • Stroke
  • Heart attack
  • Angina pectoris
  • Aneurysm
  • Intermittent claudication
  • Gangrene
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Cancer Prevention

  • Drink herb teas (1T Pau d’Arco, 1/4 c Blue Violet, 1/4 c Red Clover)
  • Drink aloe vera juice
  • Drink 6-8 oz. red grape juice; 6-8 oz. fresh carrot juice
  • Drink at least 2 litres of water daily
  • Expose face and arms to indirect sunlight daily
  • Exercise daily; at least 30 minutes
  • Get plenty of fresh air, indoors & out
  • Get proper sleep
  • Keep extremities warm
  • Do not wear tight bands or restrictive clothing
  • Remember to pray; trust God
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Heart Disease is #1

  • Heart disease is the biggest killer in the entire world
  • In developed nations, the proportion of total deaths rises to more than 50%
  • It will likely overtake infectious diseases as the main cause of death in many developing nations
  • Worldwide, heart attacks and
  • strokes account for 25% of deaths
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Lifestyle Changes and MortalityReduced Heart Disease Deaths

  • In Finland, 14,257 men and 14,786 women:
  • Actions:
  • lowered cholesterol intake
  • lowered blood pressure
  • stopped smoking
  • Results:
  • 55% decreased death rate in men
  • 68% decreased death rate in women
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Sources of Dietary Cholesterol

Cholesterol is found ONLY in meat, milk, eggs, and cheese.

This includes chicken and fish.

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Food Sources of Cholesterol*

* In the American Diet

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Diseases & a low-fiber diet

  • Constipation
  • Appendicitis
  • Diverticular disease
  • Hiatus hernia
  • Varicose veins
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Bowel cancer
  • Colon polyps
  • Heart disease
  • Strokes
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Gallbladder disease
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Fiber and Reduced CHD

Dietary fiber reduces the risk

of coronary heart disease

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7 Steps to Lower Triglycerides

  • Lose weight
      • Exercise
  • Eat less fat
      • Decreasestress
  • Stop smoking
      • Abstain from alcohol
  • Avoid sugar
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Total Vegan Diet Benefits

  • Zero cholesterol
  • Low saturated fat
  • High fiber
  • Zero animal protein
  • Zero “heme” iron
  • Rich in antioxidants
  • Rich in folic acid and B6
  • Promotes weight control
  • More nutrients for the dollar
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Causes of Strokes

  • Dehydration
  • Overeating
  • Hypertension
  • High cholesterol & triglycerides
  • Fatty, salty diet (meat, lard, butter, pork, etc.)
  • Acute stress, long trips
  • Atrial fibrillation
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Causes of Stroke

  • Smoking (also second-hand)
  • Alcohol & coffee use
  • High iron
  • High homocysteine
  • Fevers, infections
  • Inflammation - e.g. lupus, Crohn’s disease
  • Hormones - contraceptive pills, testosterone
  • Migraines
  • Allergies
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Anticlotting Agents

  • Red grape juice - resveratrol 5 oz. 2 x day
  • Turmeric - curcumin 1/2 t. 2 x day
  • Garlic - allicin 1 clove 3 x day
  • Kyolic 2 caps 3 x day
  • Vitamin E - anti-platelet stickiness factor 2-400 i.u. 2 x day
  • Red clover - coumarins 1cup 3 x day
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Natural Anticlotting Agents

  • Turmeric curcumin
  • Garlic allicin
  • Parsley polyacetylenes
  • Red Clover coumarins (also in beans)
  • Other herbs flax, ginkgo, hawthorne, astragalus
  • Red grape juice resveratrol
  • Exercise endorphins
  • Avoid free fats fats é platelet stickiness
  • Water & low hgb thins blood
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Stroke Prevention

  • Avoid long trips without moving
  • Stretch and yawn frequently
  • Wear loose clothing
  • Wear elasticized stockings
  • Avoid gas-forming foods, overeating
  • Drink generous quantities of water
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Stroke Prevention

  • Eat carrots or other deep yellow food daily
  • Most favorable diet - complete vegetarian
  • Give blood, if eligible, to the Red Cross
  • Avoid overwork, stress
  • Avoid coffee, tea, colas
  • Never overeat
  • Keep limbs warm 2
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Aging Factors

  • Dental conditions
    • Periodontal disease (pyorrhea)
    • Tooth decay
  • Overeating increases rate of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases
  • Bad habits such as smoking, alcohol use, late hours for sleeping, night-shift work
  • Noisy environment
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Longevity Health Factors

Belloc &

Breslow

Sleep 7 to 8 hours

No eating between meals

Eat breakfast regularly

Maintain proper weight

Regular exercise

Moderate or no alcohol

No smoking

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Who has the problem?

  • Disease linked to inadequate protein consumption: Kwashiorkor
  • Number of kwashiorkor cases in the U.S. Virtually none
  • Diseases linked to excess animal protein intake: Osteoporosis & kidney failure
  • Number of osteoporosis and kidney failure cases in the U.S.: tens of millions
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Wheat or Meat

  • Water needed to produce 1 pound of wheat:
  • 25 gallons
  • Water needed to produce 1 pound of meat:
  • 2,500 gallons
cancer proneness profile
Cancer Proneness Profile
  • Blood sugar levels
  • Weight - now and as a teenager
  • Coffee, tea, colas, chocolate consumption
  • Alcohol and drug use
  • Dairy product consumption - breast, ovary, prostate, colon, pancreas
  • Advancing age
  • Hot spices - esophagus, stomach
  • High risks for diabetes and heart attacks
design your diet ovarian cancer
Design Your DietOvarian Cancer
  • Avoid dairy foods [galactose irritates the ovary and is preformed in yogurt, buttermilk, cottage and cream cheeses]
  • Avoid coffee, tea, colas and chocolate [methylxanthines - caffeine, theophylin, theobromine and other alkaloids are the offenders]
  • Avoid tobacco, even second-hand smoke
  • Avoid alcohol
  • Avoid long term use of hormones
  • Live by all the natural laws of health [exercise, diet, fresh air, water, sunshine, regular habits, rest, trust in divine power]
sda health study excess cancer risk from four servings meat week compared to ovo lacto vegetarians
SDA Health StudyExcess Cancer Risk from Four Servings Meat/Week Compared to Ovo-lacto Vegetarians
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Meat Use and Breast Cancer

A 10-year study of 142,857 women aged 40-plus

  • Occasional or no use of meat
  • Risk of 1
  • Daily use of meat
  • 8.5 times risk

Hirayama, T., 1978. Epidemiology of Breast cancer with Special Reference to the Role of Diet. Preventive Medicine 7, 173-195.