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  2. Table of Contents Fun Fruit Nutrition

  3. THINGS TO AVOID"Avoid" means do not use at all. Fun Fruit Nutrition • 1 - Avoid sugar and sugar foods. This is food which has added corn syrup, glucose, or other sugar additives in it. Many canned and processed foods are sugar foods. Do not eat candy. • 2 - Do not use white sugar, granulated sugar, or brown sugar.

  4. THINGS TO AVOID • 3 - Avoid spices and condiments which cause stomach upset and worse. This would include black pepper, white pepper, cinnamon, and mustard. • 4 - Avoid grease. Grease remains firm at room temperature, and includes Crisco, butter, margarine, and all meat fat.

  5. THINGS TO AVOID • 5 - Avoid hydrogenated oils. An atom of hydrogen has been added to them; so, like grease, they can only be used to coat your arteries and produce fat cells. • 6 - Do not use fried foods. Anything fried in oil should be avoided. Your life is too important.

  6. THINGS TO AVOID • 7 - Avoid rich gravies, pastries, ice cream, and all the other delicacies. • 8 - Avoid white-flour products: cookies, biscuits, sour bread, bagels, doughnuts, soda crackers, etc. Avoid the glue foods. Along with cheese, these are the sticky, white-flour stuff which is hard on your intestinal tract

  7. THINGS TO AVOID • 9 - Avoid processed foods. This includes a wide variety of "food" which you will find in the store. • 10 - Do not eat cheese. In order to normalize your intestinal flora, you may need a little plain yogurt for a time.

  8. THINGS TO AVOID • 11 - Do not eat baker's yeast. This is fresh bread yeast. (Brewer's yeast and torula yeast is all right.) • 12 - Avoid junk food and no-food. This includes soft drinks, cola drinks, potato chips, corn chips, and all the rest. Do not drink non-caffeinated soft drinks.

  9. THINGS TO AVOID • 13 - Do not eat vinegar or foods made with it (pickles and mayonnaise). • 14 - Never eat meat or fish! They are heavily contaminated with bacteria, parasites, dangerous fat, and uric acid (urine). As soon as they are slain, the flesh begins rotting.

  10. THINGS TO AVOID • 15 - Avoid the food additives. You will find them listed on the labels of most all processed foods at the store. They lead to arthritic, cardiac, and cancer problems. • 16 - Many people are allergic to cow's milk; you may be one of them. Every public health officer knows that meat and milk are the two most contaminated and diseased foods in the country. Eggs rank close behind them. It is best to avoid them also.

  11. THINGS TO AVOID • 17 - Do not use caffeine products. This includes chocolate, coffee, China tea (also called black tea), and caffeinated drinks, such as Coca Cola and Pepsi Cola. • 18 - Do not use nicotine products. Tobacco is responsible for an astonishing number of deaths in our world today. Avoid side smoke; do not be in rooms where people are smoking. Chewing snuff causes cancer of the mouth and throat.

  12. THINGS TO AVOID • 19 - Do not drink spiritous liquors: beer, wine, whiskey, or vodka. • 20 - Do not use hard (street) drugs.

  13. THINGS TO AVOID • 21 - Avoid medicinal drugs, to whatever extent that you can. Careful living and eating will generally help you avoid having to take them. • 22 - Find the foods and other substances you are allergic to, and avoid them. The most common allergenic foods are cow's milk and wheat products.

  14. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 1 - Obtain fresh air during the day and while sleeping at night. A slight current of air should pass through your sleeping room at night. When you have the opportunity to go outside, breathe deeply of the fresh air. Practice good posture at certain times. Negative ions are important for good health, and they are primarily outside the house. • 2 - Sunlight is important. Get a little every day. There is a higher rate of breast cancer in localities where there is less sunlight.

  15. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 3 - Exercise is important; and, as everybody says, walking outside is the best way to get it. If you are going to do vigorous exercise, warm up first. Do some vigorous walking every day. • 4 - Rest is of vital consequence. As you grow older, try to rest a little before preparing the meal. Then, when the meal is over, go outside and walk around a little.

  16. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 5 - Do not do heavy reading or study just before bedtime, or your brain will be congested and it will be harder to go to sleep. Instead, go outside and walk around in the cool night air, breathing deeply. You will more easily drop right off to sleep. • 6 - Maintain a cheerful, sunny, thankful, contented attitude. This is a powerful health-building recipe.

  17. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 7 - Trust in God; He is the only One who can help you through the problems and trials of life. • 8 - You need periods of rest and relaxation every so often. Purposive living, when the objective is to help others, is powerful for good—and excellent for your health. But do not overwork.

  18. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 9 - Cleanliness is important. Keep your yard clean, your house clean, your clothes clean, and your body clean. Wash the outside with water (take a shower every day), and wash the inside by drinking enough liquids. At certain times, take an enema or colonic when needed, especially when you are sick. Showers are generally better than tub baths; they are quicker and more sanitary. • 10 - Do not wear belts, corsets, garters. The clothes should be supported from the shoulders, not at the waist. Men should wear suspenders as part of the way to avoid later prostate problems.

  19. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 11 - The right exercise of the will is crucial. You are well, you become well, you resist disease, you choose not the wrong, and choose to do the right—through the power of the will, strengthened by firm reliance on God and obedience to His Written Word. • 12 - As much as possible, live on a scheduled routine. In this way, you will get your meals, water, rest, exercise, and fresh air. You will have time to eat, to think, and make right decisions. Maintaining regular hours is a great benefit to health. Avoid staying up late at night! Use your will and go to bed when you are supposed to.

  20. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 13 - Avoid chilling or overheating. Avoid drafts. The danger is in chilling or overheating the blood; either can cause trouble. Dress properly; keep the limbs covered. They should be as warm as the trunk. • 14 - Fast occasionally. Skip a meal and just drink fruit or vegetable juice instead. If you are in good health, you can carry on your work on a lighter load till the next meal. If you are frail, go to bed and rest. This will do you wonders in rebuilding and strengthening your body, so you will avoid later development of chronic and degenerative diseases.

  21. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 15 - Keep your blood circulation equalized. Do not chill the extremities. Do not overeat or eat wrong foods. Maintain moderate exercise. Do what it takes to live right, and you will be richly rewarded. • 16 - Avoid anger, fear, worry, and enervation. An excellent way to ruin yourself is by indulging in excess sex or forbidden sex. Happiness comes through self-control, not indulgence.

  22. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 17 - Never overdo your immune system. It protects you, only as you do not make it work too hard in the process. • 18 - Do not overwork one body part more than the others. Many occupational injuries occur because this rule is violated. Take time to rest, when you are not busily working. Look a little closer at athletes, boxers, and karate experts. They are usually physically damaged in their joints by the time they are 50. This is not necessary. Live well by living moderately. Too much food, too much work, and too much relaxation can each be a problem. Learn to balance it all.

  23. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 19 - Have a careful attitude. Avoid falls, blows, hazards, and dangerous activities. More quadriplegia occurs from diving into shallow water than any other single cause. Get extra rest when you work near sick people. • 20 - Learn the distant early warning signs. What are the first indications that you are headed toward sickness? Find out what they are—for yourself, your loved ones, and your children. When you see trouble coming, get extra rest; retire earlier. Skip a meal or two, go to bed and fast on water and lemon juice.

  24. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 21 - Automobiles are one of the most dangerous things in Western civilization. Treat them with care; avoid them as much as you can. Aside from gluttony, tobacco, alcohol, and drugs, they can maim or kill you faster than most anything in your environment. If you are trying to live healthfully, they are your primary danger of crippling or premature death. Drive carefully, always a distance from the car in front of you. Also be watchful of any situation in which cars are turning in or out. Twilight times, evenings, and night are the most dangerous. • 22 - When able to do so, avoid jet lag and traveling in foreign countries. They have different intestinal bacteria, and you can surely get sick over there.

  25. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 23 - Avoid loud sounds, such as chain saws and other loud machinery. Wear ear protectors. • 24 - Avoid dust, smoke, and chemical vapors.

  26. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 25 - Move out to the country, if you want the best of health! Away from the noise, the fumes, the rush and turmoil. Out to where there is quietness, peace, fresh air, negative ions, and better sunlight. • 26 - Do not live in the lowlands, by a creek. Do not live where it is always damp around the house. Settle in an upper area where it tends to be drier.

  27. NON-DIETETIC FACTORS • 27 - Do not have trees close to your house. Do not have your windows covered up with curtains; let the sunlight come through. It purifies every room it enters. Skylight is purifying also, but lesser so. • 28 - Vegetable, fruit, berry, and flower gardening is an outstanding way to maintain your health—in several ways. But avoid using chemical fertilizers, insecticides, and other garden chemicals.

  28. SUMMARYIn summary, some of the best foods for you to eat are these: • 1 - Fresh, raw, fruits. You may also wish to make some fresh, raw fruit juice. • 2 - Fresh, raw, vegetables and, possibly, some moderately cooked vegetables prepared in a small amount of water, all of which will be used in the meal.

  29. SUMMARYIn summary, some of the best foods for you to eat are these: • 3 - Fresh, raw, vegetable juices made from carrots, beets, and possibly some celery. This drink is outstanding! Green drink (pineapple juice and greens) made in a blender is also good. • 4 - Beets, potatoes, and squash are excellent foods. Do not peel white potatoes.

  30. SUMMARYIn summary, some of the best foods for you to eat are these: • 5 - Whole grain cereals or bread toasted in the oven into zwieback. Chew starches extra well. • 6 - Add some supplemental fiber to your diet. You will be thankful later that you did. Fiber will help your digestive tract, colon, liver, heart, and blood vessels.

  31. SUMMARYIn summary, some of the best foods for you to eat are these: • 7 - A few fresh nuts and seeds, chewed extra well. Brewer's yeast is another good protein source; so are beans. White potatoes are low in protein, but they are very well-assimilated. • 8 - A good vitamin/mineral supplement, vitamin E capsules, calcium, plus other nutrients as needed. Each person will have special needs.

  32. SUMMARYIn summary, some of the best foods for you to eat are these: • 9 - Eat some kelp or dulse each day for iodine and other trace minerals. You do well to use it instead of salt. • 10 - Drink pure water, and only between meals.

  33. SUMMARYIn summary, some of the best foods for you to eat are these: • 11 - Should you use milk and/or eggs? Each one will have to decide that for himself. Both are known to frequently be contaminated with disease germs. Yet some need the blood-building properties in these products. It is well-known that more people are allergic to cow's milk or wheat than anything else. It is best if you can work away from using them. • 12 - Do not eat very much. Be relaxed and thankful, chew your food well; and, aside from the fresh juices or green drink, drink all your liquids (water) between meals.

  34. SUMMARYIn summary, some of the best foods for you to eat are these: Conclusion