Lawrence F. London, Jr.
lflj at bellsouth.net
Wed Nov 11 22:57:28 EST 2009
Margaret L. Wilson wrote:
><...> Do your research on soy and hormonal cancers (breast/ prostate). Soy is in everything.
To me it makes perfect sense to mount a broad nutritional front for personal nutrition, preventive health, robust health
and longevity. Eat as diverse a selection of foods as possible; the ones that work best for you will make themselves
known; a long term dietary regimen can evolve this way. This scheme seems to have worked for me. I take little or no
vitamins any more, relying almost entirely on food for all my nutritional needs. As for drink, well water and lots of
coffee and tea :-)
I wrote about macrobiotic foods before because the traditional Japanese macrobiotic system offers comprehensive dietary
plan, providing everything you need. This is certainly a good place to start when a cure or weight loss is needed.
Blending raw foods into this diet may be an even better approach. Following food combining rules is also important;
I ignore the detractors on this one; read Shelton and Kulvinskas and Wigmore. Raw foods are live giving.
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