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  • Updated on When Lord Palmerston, premier of England, was petitioned by the Scotch clergy to appoint a day of prayer and fasting to avert the cholera, he replied in effect:. Cleanse and disinfect your streets and houses, promote cleanliness and health among the poor, and

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    2. When Lord Palmerston, premier of England, was petitioned by the Scotch clergy to appoint a day of prayer and fasting to avert the cholera, he replied in effect: Cleanse and disinfect your streets and houses, promote cleanliness and health among the poor, and see that they are plentifully supplied with good food and raiment, and employ right sanitation measures generally, and you will have no occasion to fast and pray. Nor will the Lord hear your prayers while these, His preventives, remain unheeded.

    3. Obeying Natural Law Promotes Physical Vigor Strengthens Mental Power Strengthens Moral Power

    4. Breaking Natural Law Decreases Physical Vigor Weakens Mental Power Weakens Moral Power

    5. 8 The Doctors • World famous • You know their names • Power to heal and prevent disease

    6. N E W S T A R T utrition

    7. 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?

    8. Two Meals, Six Hours Apart Fast 18 hours a day Reduced total calories • Better hearing • Greater energy • Less overweight • Less osteoporosis • Better eyesight • Sharper intellect and memory • Less kidney disease • Less stress • 93% fewer cancers

    9. Eating Breakfast Reduces the Risk of Heart Attacks • Without breakfast, possible heart attack risk may be elevated for 2-3 hours after waking.

    10. 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

    11. 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

    12. 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!

    13. Bacteria in Milk U.S. Public Health Service Regulation “Milk, after pasteurization, should contain no more than 20,000 bacteria per milliliter of milk and no more than 10 coliform bacteria per milliliter.” That’s 5,000,000 bacteria and 2,500 coliform bacteria per glass of milk.

    14. Type I Diabetes factors: • Early dietary exposure to cow’s milk • Short duration of breast feeding • High milk intake after age 9, or at diabetes onset • Recent infection • Attending day care before age 3

    15. The enemy is us?! • There is a 17-amino acid peptide chain commonly found in the insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas. • There is a 17-amino acid peptide chain commonly found in cow’s milk. • Both are nearly identical. • Children with IDDM had elevated serum concentrations of antibodies against bovine whey protein.

    16. Mice, milk, and me Diabetes does not occur in diabetes-prone rodents reared on a diet free of cow’s milk for the first two or three months of life, indicating that cow’s milk protein can trigger the disease. New England Journal of Medicine 1992

    17. Ethnic Intolerance Ethnic Group % intolerant • African Blacks ................................ 95-100 • Indians ............................................. 90-100 • Asians ............................................... 90-95 • Native Americans ............................ 70-90 • Mexican Americans ........................ 70-80 • African Americans.......................... 70-75 • Mediterranean Peoples .................. 60-75 • North American Whites ................. 10-15 • Northern Europeans ....................... 5-10

    18. Cow’s Milk and Cataracts Adults who consume large quantities of milk, who have high lactase activity,...suffer repeated small galactose challenges, accumulation of galactitol in the lens, and a greater likelihood of developing senile cataracts. Digestive Diseases and Sciences 1982

    19. The Pharyngitis Connection Any time a patient of mine is found to have streptococcal pharyngitis or pyoderma, we can establish by history that he has ingested milk protein within five days... Frank Oski, M.D. Pediatrician

    20. Problems With Fish and Fish Oils • Can worsen blood sugar levels in diabetics • Large amounts can dangerously prolong blood clotting time • Fish oil is expensive • Large amounts can cause vitamin overloading or vitamin deficiency • 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

    21. 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

    22. Biomagnification of DDD Insecticide Sample site DDD,ppm Lake water 0.02 Phytoplankton 5 Herbivorous fish 40-300 Carnivorous fish >2,500

    23. According to a Vet If cooks pretended that in handling raw meat, they were handling a lump of raw sewage in a food environment, and took all the necessary precautions, then that would be just about adequate.

    24. Bon appetite! Four out of every five chickens sold in a supermarket are infected with salmonella.

    25. Barnyard Antibiotics • Therapeutic use - Fix the one sick cow. (Human toxic effect.) • Prophylactic use - Protect the whole herd. • Growth promotion - Part of the feed. (Human hypersensitivity effect.)

    26. What goes around, comes around. Chickens are now being fed their own excrement to about 50% of their total intake of food, its very economical. But it means that contaminants, such as drugs, hormones, pesticides and antibiotics are getting more and more concentrated each time they go through.

    27. It’s getting worse... • Cases of allergy, including... • Asthma (3 times more common in youth today than in their parent’s day.) • Eczema (6 times more common today.) • Have increased alarmingly over the past few decades • Use of antibiotics in food animals has also increased greatly.

    28. There are approximately 23 different amino acids known to man. Each protein molecule will be made up of hundreds of these amino acid building blocks.

    29. The Basic Building Blocks • Growth • Repair • Maintenance • Synthesis • enzymes • hormones • antibodies

    30. There are no benefits but many risks associated with consuming too much protein. • Animal protein often high in fat • Fat contributes to obesity • High meat eating linked to colon cancer • The more protein consumed, the less fruits, vegetables, grains • High protein diets promote calcium excretion • Excessive protein may cause fluid imbalances

    31. Sweet Potato

    32. Brown Rice

    33. Rolled Oats

    34. White Beans

    35. Broccoli

    36. A diet high in anticancer foods such as fruits and vegetables... …results in alowinstance of pre-cancerous polyps in the colon. - - - Alcohol & Polyps - - - A diet high in anticancer foods such as fruits and vegetables, with two drinks of alcohol added to each meal... …results in a high instance of pre-cancerous polyps in the colon.

    37. Typical Teenage Diet Garlic bread Chocolate cake Candy bars Cookies Mustard Pickle relish Coffee Soft drinks Spices Hot dogs Tossed salad Spaghetti Meat balls Green beans Doughnuts Sweet rolls Apple pie Cheese 52.9% 10% Alcohol vs. Water

    38. Purina Lab Chow 18% Vegetarian Diet 2.7%

    39. Diet/Behavior Connection How can we secure depression, nightmares, mental lapses, fatigue, and violent mood swings? According to psychologist Barbara Reed’s research, one cure was found: Omit... Sugary junk foods Coffee and its relatives Refined carbohydrates

    40. Meat and intelligence “…Eating much flesh will diminish intellectual activity. Students would accomplish much more in their studies if they never tasted meat. When the animal part of the human nature is strengthened by meat-eating, the intellectual power diminishes proportionately.”

    41. Starch Molecule

    42. Cook ‘em “Grains used for porridge or “mush” should have several hours’ cooking.” Ministry of Healing 301

    43. Starch granules were found in blood, urine, bile, and human milk after a human subject drank a suspension of water and raw starch.

    44. Radiologists can detect many tiny lacunar scars in the brains of all people over the age of 30. Some scientists believe they are caused by the inadequate cooking of starch. Medical Hypothesis 1991 (35:85-87

    45. Other possible areas of damage: Bones Adrenals Muscles Joints Lymph nodes

    46. An Experiment • Rolled oats, corn grits, whole grain rice, whole grain wheat, and cracked wheat were tested. • Specimens were observed after 10 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, 2 hours, 3 hours, and 4 hours of cooking.

    47. The Results To achieve complete hydrolysis: • Rolled oats ........................ 90 minutes • Corn Grits ........................ 3 hours • All other grains ................ 2-3 hours

    48. The lowering of sodium to the recommended levels could reduce the mortality rate of stroke by 39 percent and heart attack by 30 percent according to a panel of blood pressure experts.

    49. Sodium: More or Less? Corn chips, 1 C Corn flakes, 1 C Peanuts, 1/4 C Tomato soup, 1 can Bacon, 2 slices Danish pastry, 1 Ham, cured, 3 oz Chinese rice, 1 C Peas, frozen 1/2 C Peas, canned, 1/2 C French fries Ice cream, soft serve Bouillon, 1/2 C Dill pickle, large 163 215 155 932 290 317 1080 2700 70 340 123 220 647 833

    50. More and More Sodium Soy Sauce 1T 1319 Olives, Mission 10 med. 258 French Dressing 1T 219 Italian Dressing 1T 314 Mayonnaise 1T 84 Spaghetti Sauce 1/2 C 992 Cottage Cheese 1 C 515 Tomato Juice 6 oz. 364