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What Foods are Good For


Antioxidants are nutrients, such as Vitamins A, C, and E that limit the
damage that free radicals (molecules with unattached electrons) can do to
human tissue. Antioxidants help prevent heart disease, cancer, reduce
blood pressure, and slow aging. Antioxidants bond to the unattached
electrons and neutralize the oxidative ability of these molecules.
Recommended foods: berries, broccoli, tomatoes, red grapes, carrots,
garlic, spinach, green tea, soy, whole grains


Certain oils are good for certain things. When oils get to the smoking
point, the antioxidants our body needs are molecularly changed into free
radicals and other dangerous molecules. The smoke itself is also highly
toxic. The list below details the best oils for the different types of
preparation. If you want the flavor of an oil in cooked foods, simply add
it before serving.

For baking: Coconut, palm, canola, and high oleic safflower and sunflower
For frying: Avocado, peanut, palm, and sesame
For sautéing: Avocado, canola, coconut, grape seed, olive, sesame and high oleic safflower and sunflower
For dipping, dressings, and marinades: Flax, olive, peanut, toasted sesame or walnut

Think Green

Dark green, leafy vegetables are perhaps the most concentrated source of
nutrition of any food. They are a rich source of minerals, vitamins, and
phytonutrients including beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin, which
protect our cells from damage and our eyes from age-related problems. They
also contain small amounts of Omega-3 fats.

It's all about color.

It is vital to eat a varied diet of colorful veggies and fruits to balance
our vitamin and mineral intake. Incorporating approximately 60% raw,
plant-based foods is important in insuring that we replenish our bodies
"bank account" of enzymes that are necessary for the proper digestion of
foods. The enzymes are killed off by heat over 112 degrees F and our body
cannot replenish our supply without assistance from the foods we eat.

By Ailment

Anemia Cabbage Dates Spinach          
Arthritis Cabbage Carrots Celery Oily Fish Onions      
Asthma Garlic Kiwi Onions          
Back Pain Cabbage Celery Oily Fish Parsley        
Cattanth Cabbage Carrots Garlic Ginger Lemons Onions Spinach  
Child Diseases Bananas Kiwi Oats Water Whole wheat      
Circulatory Bananas Cabbage Carrots Garlic Lemons Oats Onions  
Colds Brazil Nuts Garlic Ginger Lemons Onions Pumpkin Seeds Spinach Water
Constipation Bananas Dates Garlic Kiwi Oats Water Whole wheat  
Coughs Garlic Ginger Lemons Onion        
Cystitius Celery Parsley Yogurt          
Diabetes Oats Whole Wheat            
Diarrhea Bananas Carrots garlic water yogurt      
Eczema Oily Fish Pumpkin Seeds Water          
Fatigue Bananas Dates            
Fluid Retention Bananas Celery Parsley Water        
Gastroenteritis Bananas Water            
Hay Fever Garlic Ginger Lemons Onions        
Headaches Ginger Oily Fish            
Heartburn Bananas Garlic Onions yogurt        
Indigestion Garlic Oats Whole Wheat          
Infection Carrots Lemons Oily Fish Spinach        
Infertility Bananas Carrots Lemons Oats Oily Fish Pumpkin Seeds Soy Beans  
Insomnia Bananas Whole Wheat            
Kidney Problems Brazil Nuts Celery Parsley Water Whole Wheat      
Menstrual Problems Bananas Brazil Nuts Oats Oily Fish Parsley Soy Beans Whole Wheat  
Nausea Bananas Ginger            
Osteoporoses Lemons Oily Fish Soy Beans Yogurt        
PMS Bananas Oats Oily Fish Pumpkin Seeds Whole Wheat      
Prostate Problems Brazil Nuts Pumpkin Seeds            
Rheumatism Oily Fish Celery Parsley          
Sinusitis Carrots Celery Garlic Ginger Lemons Onion Parsley Spinach
Sore Throat Garlic Lemons            
Thrush Dates Garlic Oily Fish Oats Parsley Pumpkin Seeds Whole Wheat Yogurt
Tonsillitis Garlic Lemons Onions Water        
Varicose Veins Carrots Lemons Oats Whole Wheat        




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