Many people know which foods to avoid (right?). Despite the barrage of chocolate chip cookies, cakes, potato chips, and soda pop which provide out body with a healthy dose of disease, most people know that those foods are indeed unhealhy. But when it comes to the healthy stuff, do you know which foods are worthy to be called 'superfoods'? The answers may surprise and delight you.
The wheat today is completely different than the wheat our grandparents and even our parents ate. What we have now is not the traditional four and a half foot tall plant which was cultivated for thousands of years. Today we grow an 18 inch tall, semi dwarf, lab made, genetically engineered creation made specifically to increase yields and profits, and is more aptly called 'frankenwheat' by Dr. William Davis, the author of 'Wheat Belly'.'
Looking for a drug cure for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a bit like trying to buy a new Buick from a Ford dealer: it just isn't possible. The first rule of fishing is to put your hook in the water, because that is where the fish are. Let's consider nutrition research and see what REAL options are available for the CFIDS patient that has been told to "learn to live with it."
How often do you feel bloated or tired at the end of a meal? Perhaps you suffer from disturbed sleep or your stomach is constantly grumbling or groaning. You may have aggravating aches and pains. Lethargy, chronic fatigue and digestive disorders arrive when we strain our digestive systems and the modern diet which mixes many varieties of foods can contribute to this strain.
In the late 1940s, Drs. Wilfrid and Evan Shute began to treat large numbers of patients with megadoses of vitamin E, usually above 800 IU daily. Their clinic eventually had experience with perhaps 30,000 patients who came from all over North America to receive their treatment. The recent Harvard findings illustrate again the rapid advance of the orthomolecular paradigm in overthrowing the anti-vitamin paradigm, which has done so much harm in the past twenty years.