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Your Face Never Lies: What Your Face Reveals About You and Your Health,
An Introduction to Oriental Diagnosis
by Michio Kushi | May 1, 1983
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Chewing & The Order of Eating (P. 69)
Thorough & proper chewing is extremely important…
It aids in the digestion of ALL foods…
But especially whole grain (not any GMO Wheat or Soy)…
Whole grains….are digest almost entirely In the mouth – rather than the stomach.…
Soaking whole grain (not GMO Wheat or Soy, Corn) also increases ‘digestibility’
Making nourishment more easily assimilated into the body & brain (CNS)
How To Soak
Warm spring water ~ warm water is necessary to properly break down the phytic acid and other minerals & to ‘unlock’ the phytic acid – (an anti-nutrient which binds up MINERALS-preventing them from being fully absorbed)-
• Acidic medium ~ buttermilk, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar (with “mother”) or coconut kefir. Note that all dairy needs to be “cultured” (have live bacteria added after pasteurization)…
• Baking soda for legumes…
• & set them aside to soak in a warm spot in the kitchen overnight…
If we chew every morsel of our food, in that way we become grateful
& when you are grateful, you are happy.… Nhat Hanh
More on happiness –
People deal too much with the negative, with what is wrong. Why not try and see positive things, to just touch those things and make them bloom? Thich Nhat Hanh
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Merely doing your jaws up & down is not enough. Use your molars efficiently – chew in a circular or spiral motion – It is not advisable to eat new bed time. If you do not leave 3 or 4 hours between eating & retiring – your food will sit in the stomach & intestines while you sleep & will not be digested.
A meal is best eaten from any (meat…acid) to Yin (whole grains (not GMO Soy, Corn or Alfalfa – fed to the animals we eat) –
The main food is balanced, but the side dishes must have a mixture of yin & yang…
There may be different vegetables…but even if the are we should eat the yang (acid meat) ones first…the proceed to tremor yin ones…(leafy greens etc.) – ALWAYS ALTERNATING WITH GRAINS-
Since salad is yin – it should be eaten toward the end rather than at the beginning of the meal-
A salty soup comes at the beginning of the meal (the salt stimulated digestion)…
A “sweet”soup should be taken at the end of the meal-
Yang beans- such as aduki beans can be eaten through the meal along with the grains-
Yin beans (soya or lima) at the end.
If you eat yen-foods before the meal – your appetite is decreased & your meal will not sit well.
Even if you are eating good foot – it will not be effective unless you consider the order of eating…
“Proper way to eat Meat… to me, it’s slightly boring- Hold on, I love meat too, but only we mostly… get a piece of meat & put it in the mouth….then chew…. the first five seconds…. all the juices flow around your mouth…then they are gone & then you are 20 more seconds chewing something that is tasteless at this point”….
Plus it is the “protein-muscle meat” that causes AGGRESSIVE behavior – not so good in the “desk bound” & Tend to take it out on family or others-
If you truly get in touch with a piece of carrot, you get in touch with the soil, the rain, the sunshine. You get in touch with Mother Earth and eating in such a way, you feel in touch with true life, your roots, and that is meditation. If we chew every morsel of our food in that way we become grateful and when you are grateful, you are happy. Thich Nhat Hanh
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Dr. Joe Dispenza – Amazing seminar!
Joe Dispenza, D.C., studied biochemistry at Rutgers University and also holds a B.S. degree with an emphasis in Neuroscience. … His postgraduate education has been in neurology, neuroscience, brain function and chemistry, cellular biology, memory formation, and aging and longevity.
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President 2020 ~ Ban GMO – Cheap fuel for ABUSIVE FACTORY FARMS UNDER ROOFS ~ No Sunlight for Vitamin D or Omega 3 from Green Pastures ~
Trump may be doing all to be done ~ But may be missing the point?
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His handling o the control of the Corona Virus’
VERY HIGH ~ HE doing the best he could with what he has been given`
on teaching the county to ARM THE IMMUNE SYSTEM ~ ZERO!
The flu has already killed 10,000 across the US as world frets over coronavirus
PUBLISHED MON, FEB 3 202011:20 AM EST UPDATED TUE, FEB 4 20208:20 PM EST
- The flu remains a higher threat to U.S. public health than the new coronavirus.
- This flu season alone has sickened at least 19 million across the U.S. and led to 10,000 deaths and 180,000 hospitalizations.
- Roughly a dozen cases of the deadly coronavirus have been identified in the U.S., though the number has mushroomed across its outbreak zone in China.
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WHY WOULD WE CONTINUE TO EAT UNNATURAL PROCESSED GMO & ULRA- REFINED GRAIN & OVERHEATED DAIRY & NUTS?
** INGEST FACTORY FOOD? (only use is fat storage)
– like recycling spent’ motor oil’ in your car!
CHART OF GLOBAL PANDEMIC CORONA VIRUS –
|Countries and territories[a]||THE ‘DEVELOPED’ COUNTRIES ~ LOVE WHITE FLOUR & RICE! NO PROTECTION WITH WEAKENED IMMUNE SYSTEMS!
READ MORE ON THE CAUSE OT A GLOBAL PANDEMIC
~ CONNECT THE DOTS!!
ANOTHER REASON TO BAN GMO FACTORY PROCESSED FOODS TO PREVENT ANOTHER PANDEMIC – US & OTHER COUNTRIES THAT LOVE ‘REFINED’ WHITE BFRAD & RICE ~ LEADING THE WAY IN SPREADING VIRUS ~ (CANCER & OTHER flu will also fall by Banning GMO in America)
|Countries and territories[a]||Cases [OF CRONNA VIRUS ]||Deaths[c]||Recov.[d]||Ref.|
|GMO & HIGHTLY REFINED & OVER HEATED NUTS & DAIRY||United States[e]||614,180||26,061||49,857|||
|HIGHTLY REFINED CROISSANT||France[i]||103,573||15,729||28,805|||
|HIGHTLY REFINED||United Kingdom[j]||93,873||12,107||–|||
|HIGHTLY REFINED WHITES||China (mainland)[k]||82,295||3,342||77,816|||
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Grain Millers – (Catering to Our Taste for Light Bread-Not our Daily Bread!) Responsible – GLOBALLY ~ for Virus infection (Corona)~ MIA ~ PLANT PROTEIN FOR THE IMMUNE SYSTEM~’Refined Whites’ Countries! Most Effected! US at Top – GMO not banned Like in the Rest of the World! Finally~the Reason to Ban GMO & Allow Abusive Factory Farms to Collapse~
While the new coronavirus ravages much of China and world leaders rush to close their borders to protect citizens from the outbreak, the flu has quietly killed 10,000 in the U.S. so far this influenza season.
At least 19 million people have come down with the flu in the U.S. with 180,000 ending up in the hospital, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The flu season, which started in September and can run until May, is currently at its peak and poses a greater health threat to the U.S. than the new coronavirus, physicians say. The new virus, which first emerged in Wuhan, China, on Dec. 31, has sickened roughly 17,400 and killed 362 people mostly in that country as of Monday morning.
“In the U.S., it’s really a fear-based on media and this being something new,” Dr. Jennifer Lighter, hospital epidemiologist at NYU Langone Health, said of the new coronavirus. “When in reality, people can take measures to protect themselves against the flu, which is here and prevalent and has already killed 10,000 people.”
The coronavirus outbreak, however, is proving to be more deadly than the flu. It has killed roughly 2% of the people who have contracted it so far, according to world health officials. That compares with a mortality rate of 0.095% for the flu in the U.S., according to CDC estimates for the 2019-2020 flu season. The CDC estimates that 21 million people will eventually get the flu this season.
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“Two percent case fatality is still a tough case fatality when you compare it to the case fatality for the seasonal flu or other things,” Dr. Mike Ryan, executive director of WHO’s health emergencies program, told reporters Wednesday.
“A relatively mild virus can cause a lot of damage if a lot of people get it,” he added. “And this is the issue at the moment. We don’t fully understand it.”
Though some health-care professionals and analysts believe the number of coronavirus cases to be much higher, which would mean a lower mortality rate.
“I think we’re going to find that the mortality number is going to be lower,” Lighter said. “There is more than likely many times that number of people that have mild (cases) or are asymptomatic.”
“It may end up being comparable to a bad flu season,” Lighter added.
If that’s the case, that would bode well for the virus’s mortality rate, pathogens specialist Dr. Syra Madad told CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” It would bring the mortality rate much lower, she pointed out, if there were 100,000 cases and only 362 deaths rather than 10,000 cases with 362 deaths.
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“If we’re saying over 100,000 cases, the overall severity of the disease goes down,” she said. “The risk to the general American public is low,” Madad said, though it’s still “very concerning.”
The two viruses have similar symptoms, which some health officials fear will cause misdiagnoses. Common flu symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat and aches. Coronavirus symptoms include fever, cough & shortness of breath, according to the CDC.
For now, Lighter stressed that the public should focus on the flu, which is affecting children especially hard this season. She urged people to get their flu shots, if they haven’t already, and practice good hygiene. If they’re near someone sick, she said to stand three feet away at all times.
“We are prepared at NYU to see patients that have coronavirus,” she said. “But we need to remain focused on our patients in our hospital.”