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Monday, September 15, 2008

Get Some Color In Your Diet

Autumn is upon us. The leaves are about to display a beautiful array of yellows and oranges. The colors that we see in fruits, vegetables and tubers are mists of solar and fohatic flames. They have a close relationship with the organs of the human body. 

Consider that the brain is cream-colored, the lungs pink, the heart red, the liver indigo or dark brown, the gall-bladder green and the pancreas is yellow. That is no accident. The CREATOR knew what to do. We are wonderfully made. Each organ and cell is endowed with its own life force. The three primary elements of air, fire and water are in the foods we eat and these foods must be combined properly to give the body motion, heat and agility. The elements are to the body as gas, oil and water are to the automobile. 

If your dinner plate is brown and beige, it is not helping your nervous system, heart, genes, immune system, breathing, memory, attention, mental health or ability to fight off cancer and other diseases. Learn how to choose foods that nurture your body. Add some color power to your diet!

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

So What Do You Eat for Breakfast?

Let's see. This morning, the first thing I drank was a glass of water with the half of a lemon squeezed in it, followed by several apple slices. Years ago, my Yoga instructor advised that when we awaken from a night's sleep, we are breaking a fast the next morning. He commented that this lemon juice and apple combination is a great way to cleanse the internal body. I find that to be true. Within a half hour, I will prepare scrambled tofu, a slice of whole wheat toast and a strawberry smoothie. Tofu is an excellent source of protein.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Changing Old Habits

An ancient universal principle suggests that the best way to change a deeply embedded habit is NOT to "pull it out by the roots." Instead, plant, nurture and cultivate an opposing habit next to the old one and give the new habit a lot of care, love and attention. Soon, the new habit will grow strong and beautiful and the old one will wither and drop out of sight. The same applies to those who want to introduce vegetarian meals into their diets. Some of you are afraid to cut out meat "cold turkey". So, you may want to add one or two meatless meals per week.