The Vegetarian Guide to Diet & Salad
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Why You Need It
The Vegetarian Guide to Diet & Salad
By Dr. N. W. Walker, D.Sc
Both a cook book and a nutritional guide.
A great book to enlighten anyone on why and how to eat less dead devitalized foods and how to introduce more raw living foods into their diet. Gives an overview of scientific principles for a healthier cleaner, more nutritious diet along with detailed food preparation instructions, meal suggestions and recipes.
Dr Norman W. Walker is recognized throughout the world as one of the most authoritative students of life, health and nutrition. Dr. Walker researched man's ability to live a longer, healthier life and offers you the opportunity to share his"secret". He lived to age 99 in excellent health - led a long healthy, productive life, and is his own example of achieving vibrant health through proper thought, diet and body care.
Table of Contents
- Anatomy Illustration and Reference
- Organic Food and Enzymes
"LIFE! What does man prize above and beyond everything else? His LIFE! Right? LIFE is the one thing no scientist, chemist, inventor or other kind of human being has ever been able to create.
" ... is it not intelligent, rational, discerning and wise to consider and conclude that the regeneration and replenishment of the life in your body must essentially come from the LIFE ineherent in the food you eat? That the LIFE present in such nutrition has the property and the ability to regenerate and to revitalize the LIFE within the cells and tissues of your body, daily and constantly?
"How can one eat LIFE? Natural foods, in their natural raw state contain life in the atoms and molecules composing them. Such atomic LIFE is classified as ENZYMES."
- Your Body Has a Sewer?
- Nerves of Colon Affect Every part of Anatomy
- Colon Therapy Chart
- Foot Relaxation Chart
- What Constitutes Nutrition?
- How and Why to Eat Correctly
- How to Combine Foods
- How to Know What To Eat and How to Live
" The food that we eat should nourish these cells and tissues. Unfortunately, because Nature gave to man a body so elastic, so far as taking punishment is concerned, that it can survive for years on food which is destructive to the body, but appealing to his appetite and palate, man has indulged these appetites until the race is perceptibly degenerating physically.
"...We look on sickness and disease as something mysterious and dreadful and we blame germs and bacteria.
" As a matter of fact germs and bacteria are the scavengers of Nature and are everywhere. When we breather, we inhale millions of these little natural scavengers and it is their function to keep the debris in our body neutralized and to stir it up so that it can be eliminated from the body. It is our job, however, to keep our body in such condition that this elimination can be completed to perfection."
- Atoms Composing the Vital Chemicals
"Magnesium: Carrots, celery, cucumbers, almonds (unsalted), dandelions, garlic, leeks, kale, lettuce, tomatoes, spinach, lemons, oranges, apples, blackberries, banans, figs, pineapple, Brazil nuts, pecans, pinions, walnuts.
"Sulfur: Brussel spouts, watercress, kale, horseradish, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, chives, garlic, sorrel, cranberries, raspberrries, pineapple, currants, apples, Brazil nuts, filberts."
- Carbohydrates - Proteins
- Vegetable and Fruit Juices
- Breads, Cereals, Cakes
- Cream and Other Fats
"While milk is a concentrated protein, cream is a fat purely and simply, and its digestion is entierly different. While of course it is still somewhat mucus-forming, it is nonetheless a fairly good fat provided it is used in limited quantities. Cream should not be pasteurized. Animal fats are decidedly acid-forming, and when boiled or fried are likely to cause liver, gall-bladder, and pancreas disturbances. The best fats are avocado, olives and cold-pressed olive oil. "
- Frozen Foods
- Amino Acids
- RAW SALADS
- FOOD PREPARATION and MENUS
- ENCYCLOPEDIA of VEGETABLES, FRUITS, etc.
" Beets contain potassium, iron, sodium and manganese. Greater benefit is obtained when the tops as well as the roots are eaten, raw. The roots can be finely grated and the tops chopped or ground. They contain more than 67% water. The carbohydrate content is little more than 9%. The tops of beets are particularly rich in manganese which makes their iron content more valuable in nourishing the liver and the red corpuscles of the body.
"Raw beets and their juices when properly extracted have been used effectively in regulationg menstrual periods and premature menopause as well as constipation. It is advisable however to drink no more than a toatl of 8 ounces (1/2 pint) of straight beet juice per day until the body is able to tolerate more of it."
"Broccoli is a food rich in potassium, phosporus and sulphur. The stalks should be ground and used raw with teh tops finely chopped. It contains approximately 90% water with a very low carbohydrate and fat content. Being a good cleanser of the body it tends to reduce excessive weight. Its very high Vitamin A content is overshadowed by its richness in sulphur and phosporus."
- FOOD CONTROL GUIDE