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Vegetarianism – by Charley Cropley, N.D.

I was a vegetarian for seven years. I loved it. I believed it was a superior choice for my health and the moral repugnance of killing of animals, stealing their eggs or imprisoning them for their milk outweighed any benefits that I might derive from eating animal foods. Gradually new information and experiences have led me to resume eating animal foods. Morally I find that having greater health and vitality …Read More

Overcooking Protein

Overcooking Protein The Effects of Cooking on Animal Protein by Francis Pottenger Jr., M.D. Compiled from four scientific papers: –    The Effect of Heat Processed Foods and Vitamin D Metabolized Milk on the Structures of Experimental Animals –    Heat Labile Factors Necessary for the Proper Growth and Development of Cats –    Clinical and Experimental Evidence of Growth Factors in Raw Milk –    The Influence of Heat Labile Factors on …Read More

Introduction to the Paleolithic Diet – Dr. Ben Balzer, family DOCTOR

There are races of people who are all slim, who are stronger and faster than us. They all have straight teeth and perfect eyesight. Arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, depression, schizophrenia and cancer are absolute rarities for them. These people are the last 84 tribes of hunter-gatherers in the world. They share a secret that is over 2 million years old. Their secret is their diet – a diet …Read More

Essential Nutrients – by Charley Cropley

“What is the right diet?” If the scientific method is valid then it ought to be able to provide an answer to this simple question. After all hasn’t science provided definitive answers to other essential questions such as the existence and nature of God, the one best form of government or how to understand women. Nowhere is there greater disagreement about what constitutes the optimal diet than among nutritional “scientists” …Read More

Carbs & Other Factors In Weight Loss

Reducing Your Carbohydrates If you are seeking to lose body fat it is probable that one of the first assignments I will give you is to reduce the amount of carbohydrates you eat. To do this you must first understand what carbohydrates are. My handout “Sugars & Starches” is quite informative. I have also recommended several books at the end of this article. If you are not entirely clear what carbs …Read More