A healthy environment is important for good health!
Cell Food Cont.
Now lets look at micronutrients-enzymes, vitamins, and minerals-and additives to our food. Enzymes, vitamins, and minerals (as well as amino acids) are called micronutrients because they are small.
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.
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.
The (more frequent) 250 mg dose of niacinamide is 40 to 50 % more effective in the treatment of arthritis than the (less frequent) 500 mg. dose. As an illustration, see the reprint of my Tom Spies Memorial Lecture: Niacinamide, a Most Neglected Vitamin. This illustrative case history begins on page 17 column 2 and continues on page 18 column 2.
If Dracula were an old woman, he would have sounded a lot like Mrs. Kelremor. But there was no other physical resemblance. Just shy of eighty, this middle-European immigrant lady had been a housekeeper for decades. Overweight, bent over, worn out and weighted down with cares, she came to see me primarily because of osteoarthritis.
No one knows how many people are in prison because of destructive outbursts that normally should have been controlled. Millions of regular folks just barely manage to live within their anxiety every day. They might not be in jail, but they are not radically happier. Many, many millions of prescriptions are written every year for emotional illness. Two out of three visits to family physicians are for stress-related illness, with an annual cost of nearly $75,000,000,000.