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good foods & diet ideas


To cut to the chase, here's a diet that i would strive to follow on La Gomera, because it's cheap, healthy, and feasible:
In the morning:
- any fruit from a tree [fig, apple, date, etc.]
- brazil nuts [to combat mercury poisoning], almonds, or other nuts, plus date, fig, or dried prune, plus a spoon of coconut oil; put the nut, dried fruit, and coconut oil in your mouth simultaneously: delicious.
- either normal coffee or having put the coffee the night before to soak and then strain in the morning; add a teaspoon of 'raw' chocolate and teaspoon of maple syrup [on the island i often replace with the local palm syrup]. This "cobolamin tonic" helps balance hormones and stops the caffeine high; all the benefits without the downsides.

I support the Warrior Diet idea and lunch could be a piece of cheese with tomato juice [what i do in Holland] with spices.
I've also done well on:
welled (raw and flattened) oats with (soaked and broken) flax seeds plus dried fruit [afternoon fruit: raisons, blue berries, goji berries, etc.] and some coconut or other oil added.
If hunger comes later in the afternoon, some seeds [like sunflower] and maybe a handful of home-grown grass [read: unprocessed wheatgrass]; this can be any grass species, doesn't have to be wheat or barley or something.
In the evening i usually had:
a can of sardinellas [the smallest sardines you can find; the smaller the better (because lower on the food chain, therefore less pollution in them)], half an onion, garlic clove, quarter beet, and mayonaise. Sometimes i have eggs instead of sardines.

When i was 23 years old i went to Turkey to live in the middle of nowhere. I lasted 3,5 months but suffered digestive distress every single day. In fact, this was an important motivational factor for me during the next 20 years as i sought to obtain the knowledge i would need if i ever would desire to accomplish such a feat again. Turkey was a failure in part because i was completely ignorant of what was healthy food and how to make choices in a situation that offered not only new but limited options.
I've learned a lot since then but anyone stepping outside of mainstream living, i imagine, is in for some major challenges. Based on my more 23 years of research and experience with what constitutes feasible eating, i can advise as few others in the world might be able to (i'm pretty sure). Try emailing Truth Caulkins, David Wolfe, or Daniel Vitalis... they'll be able to offer lots of answers but i can't even guarantee that they'll have all of the things to suggest that i do.

Understand that disease is the result of malnutrition and toxicity and the above diet will offer energy, minerals, and enzymes, without taxing the body with toxins and even helping to relieve the toxic load.

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mushrooms & fungi


David Wolfe on (tree) fungi

How to Make Mushroom Pickle

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good grains


Quinoa: The Mother of Grains
30 minute podcast with health guru Truth Calkins.
He mentions these grains
- amaranth
- millet
- buckwheat
- (spelt)

Also see: How to properly prepare breads the traditional way to avoid gluten intolerance

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potassium & kidney healing


Adzuki Sludge for Potassium
[highest in the world - not b/c there aren’t higher, but b/c the higher ones have a ratio to sodium almost equal to potassium and that’s not what you need, you need a potassium prejudiced supplement]. This increases power and strength of Kidneys therefore it is also a good (1) diuretic and since kidneys regulate all salt and potassium in the body then this will make for great way to get rid of problems of (2)water weight gain or water retention or problems with (3) kidney failure or (4) salt retention or (5) potassium retention when kidneys not functioning up to par.
Adzuki Sludge:
The technique used calls for boiling 1 cup of Adzuki beans in 1 quart (4 cups) of RO or distilled water – you’re after removal of all nutrients of beans putting them into the water! You can find Adzuki beans in a health food store, usually in bulk or order them online – it’s not hard to find them online or at Whole Foods organic. When the water simmers down then add another quart. When this simmers down 50% - discard the beans and keep the sludgy water, it’s good for maybe 4 + days, and drink (2-4 tbls) of the sludge 2x a day. DO NOT EAT THE BRANS THROW THEM AWAY, DO NOTTTT SOAK THE BEAN YOU MUST SIMMER THEM DOWN!! Some people freeze the sludge in ice cube trays and used it as needed. In 2 months the kidneys should be considerably stronger. If too sludgy to drink once refrigerated, then just eat it, do not add salt in this case…just eat it plain… Pretty simple stuff…If kidney’s come to total working level in 2 weeks or so, then ‘up’ the recommended amount …
This is a great protocol to use to get someone off of dialysis machine from kidney failure within a couple months usually, if they respond well to it. Use Dr.’s care to manage doing something like this, as this is of course 100x superior to taking a Dr.’s fake/ inorganic potassium pills, yet they need to be able to monitor the situation all the same when in a situation like a dialysis machine…so they do not get potassium poisoned… but since this strengthens the kidneys which are responsible for potassium regulation so that you never get potassium poisoned and since kidneys eat potassium as a main food source… you can see why kidneys that are weak are able to easily keep up with taking potassium like this…

Remember: kidneys regulate salt and potassium in the body both… by making sure not too much of either in the body so you don’t die, however, potassium is the main food source also of kidneys… so how do you get kidneys to be better without it…so here’s a little note for those with kidney failure… so Drs. see the kidney’s as weak and in failure and take a person off of potassium so that the patient does not get potassium poisoning since kidneys not regulating potassium correctly (build up could kill you)… this is often a fallacy to take a person off of all potassium, (when all they needed was right KIND of potassium – the kind that feeds kidneys – real potassium from adzuki not from any other source like veggie drinks etc (all veggies have potassium) ) so be careful, have Dr. monitor you to make sure this minor amount of adzuki sludge you are taking in does not cause problems, and that kidneys are handling the extra potassium kidney food without any build up of potassium in the body that kidneys can’t handle… thus with kidneys handling, properly, the potassium from adzuki sludge, and being properly fed so that they are rejuvenating, (usually in 2 weeks God willing,) that then they are no longer failing or weak (or at 50% or worse function), but instead making it back up to 100% functioning – only then can you increase recommended amount.
Why does this work??? If there is too much salt in the system and kidneys can’t process it all b/c kidneys are weak or whatever, then it does not matter if there is plenty of potassium as it is not the amount of salt that is to be regulated NORRRR is it the amount of potassium that is to be regulated by kidneys – but rather the ratio of one to the other that is regulated! Get it? Therefore, when you have too much salt no problem, add potassium to balance it out… problem with most super high sources of potassium is that they have equally high amounts of sodium… whereas Adzuki beans are highest source of Potassium in comparison to amount of sodium in them which is nearly none (almost no sodium)….this is why this works….now you’re getting pure potassium and very little sodium… thus kidney’s are fed what they are looking for most… also for those with potassium deficiency… this is intense… but never underestimate the power of bananas with oranges for potassium… though you’ll have LITTLE luck with bananas alone, but when you EAT (not juice) an orange, with the banana, now body feels immediate potassium relief! (or just by eating the orange alone.) (don’t try this latter trick with dialysis people – ONLY adzuki sludge for dialysis people) (after all – even Kiwi fruit has the potassium of about 20 to 40 bananas! But with dialysis use the adzuki sludge).
(For those with an interest, 3 other major and massive kidney specific foods are apples, asparagus and coconut oil – uh, though technically the coconut oil is for the adrenal glands that are ONE TOP OF the kidneys… kidneys do in fact LOVE it when you eat some coconut oil & then go out walking…, NOT jogging, but walking is what kidneys are in love with, most esp. after having had coconut oil – results are amazing.)
So to reiterate this all, adzuki sludge 2x/day is great for you, but adzuki sludge 2x/day with eating one orange and few kiwis in the PM is better for you (unless on dialysis then skip the orange or kiwi).
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pineapple


Pineapple's bromelain enzyme provides amazing health benefits
It is bromelain's ability to keep blood thin and prevent it from clotting, as well as its anti-inflammatory properties that makes it a good supplement for bruise prevention. It is also thought to be a good supplement for swelling and redness.
For this reason it is often recommended after surgery to help ease the trauma caused by incisions or injections. Research also indicates that supplementing with 200 to 400 milligrams of bromelain per day can significantly ease the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis.
It has also been implicated in the improvement of certain inflammatory skin conditions. This could include acne, rosacea, dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis.
While most people think bromelain is found in the fruit of the pineapple, it is primarily found in the stem. This is why it may be preferable to buy a supplement if you are looking for the specific therapeutic benefits this enzyme can offer.
In addition to the anti-inflammatory and anti-coagulant properties bromelain exhibits in the human body, it has also shown promise as an immunity booster. Studies have indicated it may enable certain immunity enhancing receptors in the body.
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beans


Beans: The World's Healthiest Storable Survival Food!
Despite the existence of over 15,000 bean varieties in the world today, only a handful of them ever make it to your local grocery store.
The dried beans you buy at the grocery store sit around in storage silos for at least four years before they make it to the store shelves.
And chances are, those "Big-Ag" beans are the ones you’ve tasted and hated. That’s because the vast majority of beans that really taste great aren’t suited for the brute-force, industrialized farm-to-market techniques large commercial farmers use today.
What you’re left with, commercially, are a handful of "Pesticide-Herbicide Ready" varieties that can handle the harsh treatment that passes for farming today. They may make it to market cheaply enough... but they taste like rat poison!
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alternative sweeteners and sugars


Muscovado sugar is packed with “sweet” nutrition
Muscovado is the real deal, a top of the line sweetener, which brings the goodness of the sugar cane to our table.
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The Secret of Mogrosides
Luo Han is a cousin of the cucumber and a member of the gourd family. It’s cultivated in the Guangxi Province of southern China. The Chinese use these dried fruits in daily life year round for drinks, teas, soups, candies, cakes and crackers.
Luo Han extract has been used traditionally in China for centuries. But what brought it to the attention of American food manufacturers was the discovery of a secret locked in the fruit extract – called mogrosides.
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aloe vera


David Wolfe podcast: David Wolfe on Silica and Aloe Vera
David Wolfe explains biological transmutation and how bones are built through this process.

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15 Foods that Force Cancer Cell Death, Remove Toxins and Relentlessly Hunt Free Radicals

Health Basics: What is dead food, and how much are you eating daily?
You can eat food that is organic every day, but if most of it is cooked on high heat then it is void of nutrition. Just about everyone has heard of the benefits of eating raw "live" food, but what ratio of your total food intake is actually raw (or not heated over 120 degrees)? When you add up everything you put in your mouth, from baked, boiled, broiled, and fried, you may find you're eating a majority of "dead food." If you have a "cooked food" profile above 70%, you need to flip that ratio and become at least 70% raw, and it may take awhile to adjust.
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Also see: When the Spanish conquistadors arrived in the Americas, they forbade the cultivation of two of the world's best sources of vegetable protein


Watch This Video And You'll Never Eat McDonald's French Fries Again
The importance and nature of cooking.

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