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A FUN and EASY way to get more vitamins & minerals into your diet is bydrinking freshly made fruit juices, vegetable juices, and by blending thickand frothy smoothies and shakes from frozen fruit.

A friend of mine describes drinking freshly made fruit juices like this:”If you have never taken a mouthful of cantaloupe juice or strawberryjuice mixed with apple, you simply have not lived. Blueberry juice is ataste of liquid heaven.”

Freshly made juices are a tremendous source of bio-available vitamins andminerals which are the partners of enzymes and co-enzymes. Vitaminsactivate enzymes and without vitamins, enzymes could not carry out theirwork, and we could not live.

Enzymes act as catalysts in hundreds of thousands of chemical reactionsthat take place throughout your body, and are essential for digesting,absorbing and converting food into body tissue. Enzymes produce energyat the cellular level and are critical for most of the metabolic activities takingplace in your body every second of every day.

Another benefit of drinking fresh juices and smoothies is that your body canabsorb MORE of the vitamins and minerals than if you were to eat the fruitsand vegetables whole! Many of the nutrients are TRAPPED in the fiber andby blending fruits and vegetables, you break down the fiber and release thevital nutrients.


When you eat a raw carrot, you are only able to assimilate a smallpercentage of the available beta carotene. When a carrot is juiced,removing the fiber, a LARGE percentage of the beta carotene can beassimilated by your body.

Of course, you still need to eat whole produce because fiber is also animportant part of your daily diet.

Meeting you or your children’s need for energy and nutrients is essential forgood health. Children who do not meet their needs for energy may stopgrowing and gaining weight. In severe situations, they can develop acondition which is life threatening called protein energy malnutrition.Vitamins and minerals are only required in very small amounts, but a dietinsufficient in these can cause SEVERE deficiency diseases.

You may be showing signs of malnutrition if you …

• feel tired and weak.
• feel like you never have the energy to clean your home,make meals or even do the dishes.
• have difficulty losing or gaining weight.
• can’t easily get to sleep.
• feel stressed and/or nervous.
• feel drowsy during the day.
• sometimes can’t concentrate, you’re mind feels numb, or you getconfused easily.
• have problems with your digestion.
• have constipation and/or hard dry stools.
• have mood swings, or get easily upset.
• don’t have patience for anything.
• sometimes feel depressed.
• have overly dry or oily skin.
• sometimes have nausea and/or abdominal pain.
• have annoying eye twitches.
• bruise easily.
• have muscle cramps and/or low back pain.
• sometimes get cracks and sores in the corners of your mouth.
• notice that your nails have become thin and/or brittle.
• are losing your hair.
• have water retention.
• have uncontrollable temper outbursts.
• don’t eat a well-balanced nutritious diet EVERY DAY

Natural vitamins are found only in living things, that is, plants and animals.Your body, with a few exceptions, can’t manufacture vitamins. They mustbe supplied in your food or in dietary supplements but supplements can’treplace food, especially fruits and vegetables which provide thousands ofsubstances, some of which have well-known functions, and some whoseroles in the human body are not yet understood or recognized.

Vitamins and minerals … …

◊ reduce your risk of getting a stroke or heart attack!
◊ strengthen your nails!
◊ improve your hair condition, strength and growth by providing certainessential nutrients to the hair follicle!
◊ beautify your skin by keeping it smooth, soft and disease-free!
◊ provide essential compounds that are necessary for growth, health,normal metabolism and physical well-being! Without them, you woulddie!
◊ promote normal growth and development!
◊ maintain bone density and strength!
◊ regulate blood clotting!
◊ help in the function of nerves and muscles, including regulating anormal heart beat!

When it comes to choosing a healthy diet for their children, many parentsdon’t realize the important role that beverages play. For example, fruitflavored drinks and soft drinks are not a substitute for real fruit. Many ofthese drinks only contain 10% real fruit juice. The very best drinks aremade from whole fruit and you can make great fruity healthy drinks athome.


Excerpt from “I Hate Counting Calories! Smoothies, FruitJuices and other drinks!”

1. You’ll need an inexpensive juice machine.
2. All fruits and vegetables should be juiced raw.
3. Small seeded fruit, such as watermelon and pears, may be juiced with
their seeds with the exception of papaya and apple seeds. Orange and
grapefruit seeds might impart a bitter taste to your juice. Remove the
large pits from fruits like peaches and nectarines, etc.
4. Peel all fruits and vegetables that are not organically grown because the
peel is where most of the chemical residues can be found. While most
skins of organically grown fruits and vegetables may be left on, with the
exception of waxed produce, the skins of pineapples, kiwis, oranges,
grapefruits and papaya should be removed.
5. Choose fresh ripe produce. Rubbery vegetables, bruised fruit, wilted
greens and over or under-ripe fruits will produce juices that are neither
tasty nor healthful.
6. Cut the fruits or vegetables into pieces that will fit into the mouth of your
juice machine. Turn the juice machine on and push the pieces through
the mouth of the juicer. As you juice, pulp will collect in a large
receptacle. If you don’t clean the pulp out right away, it will develop a
sour odor and tiny gnats and fruit flies may appear after 8 to 10 hours.
7. It is best to drink freshly made juices within one day.


Excerpt from “I Hate Counting Calories! Smoothies, FruitJuices and other drinks!”

All the fruit juice recipes serve one. You can double ortriple the recipes to serve more people.

Lemon~Lime Ginger Ale

1 apple, cored and sliced
½ inch fresh ginger (less if you find the taste too strong)
handful of grapes
1/4 lemon
1/2 lime
sparkling mineral water
Remove the grapes from the stem. Juice the apple and ginger together,
then juice the rest of the fruit. Pour the juice in a large glass and fill to the
top with sparkling water and serve with ice.

Fruit Punch
1 apple, cored and sliced
6 strawberries, fresh or thawed from frozen
1/2 orange, peeled and sectioned
Process the fruit in a juicer and serve.

Sparkling Tropical Juice
1/2 mango, peeled and sliced
1 orange, peeled and sectioned

Peach-Pear-Apple Juice
2 peaches, remove seed
1 pear, sliced
1 apple, cored and sliced
Process through a juicer and serve.

Gingered Apple Cidar
3 apples, cored and sliced
1 inch piece ginger
Process through a juicer and serve.


Excerpt from “I Hate Counting Calories! Smoothies, FruitJuices and other drinks!”

1. Put the fruit in the blender first. Make sure that the items are smallerthan a golf ball so they will blend completely. Add the liquid ingredientsnext.

2. Fasten the lid and press the start button. Use high speed for about 20-30 seconds.

3. Stop the blender and check to see if the ingredients are well blended.Sometimes the frozen fruit will jam under the blade. If there is jammedfruit, use a spatula to unjam the fruit, and blend again.

4. Once the mixture is evenly blended, slowly add two ice cubes throughthe opening of the blender lid. Keep adding one or two ice cubes at atime until the blender sounds smooth instead of gravelly. If your blenderis not strong enough to blend ice cubes, omit the ice and substitute justenough ice cold water so that the shake will have a milkshakeconsistency.

5. If the shake/smoothie is too thin, add more fruit or ice. If it’s too thick,add more liquid.


Excerpt from “I Hate Counting Calories! Smoothies, FruitJuices and other drinks!”

A smoothie is basically a blended fruit drink. The best-tasting smoothiesare made from fruit that is fresh or frozen, and not canned.

All smoothies begin with a liquid base. This can be orange juice, milk oranother liquid.

You can make a frostier drink by freezing fresh fruit before making asmoothie.

Smoothies are best when they’re fresh out of the blender, but they canbe frozen the night before, as well – just remove the smoothie from thefreezer about an hour before drinking.

You can replace a meal with a smoothie or shake by adding a scoop ofhigh-quality protein powder and a tbsp. of high-quality olive or flax oil.


Excerpt from “I Hate Counting Calories! Smoothies, FruitJuices and other drinks!”

All the recipes serve one. You can double or triplethe recipes to serve more people.

Apricot~Pineapple~Strawberry Shake
1/4 cup crushed pineapple, canned or fresh
1 fresh apricot, diced, seed removed
6 strawberries, frozen
1/2 banana, cut in chunks, frozen
1 1/2 cup water
1 tbsp. skim milk powder
1 heaping tbsp. high-quality protein powder (optional)
In a blender, process fruit with the rest of the ingredients. Blend until
thoroughly mixed and serve.

Banana~Strawberry Shake
1 banana, cut in chunks, frozen
6 strawberries, frozen
1 1/4 cup water
1 tbsp. skim milk powder
1 heaping tbsp. high-quality protein powder (optional)
In a blender, process all the ingredients until thoroughly mixed and serve.

Tropical Shake
1/2 mango, peeled, seed removed
2 tbsp. frozen pina coloda mix (or 1/8 tsp. natural coconut extract)
1/2 banana, cut in chunks, frozen
4 strawberries, frozen
6 ice cubes
1 1/4 cup water
1 heaping tbsp. high-quality protein powder (optional)
In a blender, process all the ingredients until thoroughly mixed and serve.

Banana~Berry Shake
1/2 banana, cut in chunks, frozen
1/2 pear, cored and sliced
1/4 cup frozen blueberries
1 1/4 cup water
1 tbsp. skim milk powder
1/8 tsp. cinnamon
1 heaping tbsp. high-quality protein powder (optional)
In a blender, process all the ingredients until thoroughly mixed and serve.

Banana~Orange~Strawberry Shake
1/2 banana, cut in chunks, frozen
6 strawberries, frozen
1/2 cup orange juice
1/2 cup water
1 tbsp. skim milk powder
1 heaping tbsp. high-quality protein powder (optional)
In a blender, process all the ingredients until thoroughly blended and serve.

Excerpt from “Healthy Living For a Busy Family”

Avocado Facial
Avocado is a naturally rich moisturizer. Mash the meat of the avocado into
a creamy texture. Massage into the face and neck. Leave on for 15 minutes
and gently rinse off.

Facial Mask
Squeeze half a lemon and mix the juice with one beaten egg white. Leave
on your face overnight or, for a quick pick-me-up, just 15 minutes. Splash
warm water on your face to rinse. It helps to removes blotches, because
the lemon works as a bleaching agent.

Egg & Honey Mask
Mix together 1 tablespoon honey, 1 egg yolk, 1/2 teaspoon almond oil and
1 tablespoon yogurt. Honey stimulates and smoothes, egg and almond oil
penetrate and moisturize, and yogurt refines and tightens pores.

Cornmeal Facial Mask
Two tablespoons of cornmeal mixed with enough water to make a thick
paste makes a great inexpensive facial mask. Gently apply to face and
wash off.

Lighten Circles under Eyes
To lighten dark circles under your eyes, wrap a grated raw potato in
cheesecloth and apply to eyelids for 15-20 minutes. Wipe off residue and
apply an eye cream.

Egg, Avocado & Mud Facial Mask
(best for oilier skin types)
Clay is available in powder form at any health food store. Mix 1 tbsp. dry
clay with 1 egg yolk, 1/4 of a mashed avocado and enough witch hazel to
create a smooth mixture. Mud dries excess sebum while the egg yolk and
avocado replenish lost moisture. Witch hazel tones.

Egg & Olive Oil Hair Mask
Mix two whole eggs with four tablespoons of olive oil. Smooth through hair.
Wrap head with plastic wrap, and leave in hair for 10 minutes. Rinse well.

Fruit Smoothie Hair Mask
Blend 1/2 a banana, 1/4 avocado, 1/4 cantaloupe, 1 tablespoon wheat
germ oil and 1 tablespoon yogurt. For extra conditioning, squeeze in the
contents of a vitamin E capsule. Leave in hair for 15 minutes.

Facial Exfoliater
2 heaped tsp. fine oatmeal
1 tsp. baking soda
Combine ingredients, and add enough water to make a paste. Apply to skin
and rub gently. Rinse and gently pat dry.

Banana Wrinkle Fighter
Banana is wonderful as an anti-wrinkle treatment. Mash 1/4 banana until
very creamy. Spread all over face and leave for 15-20 minutes before
rinsing off with warm water followed by a dash of cold. Gently pat dry.

Grape Cleanser
Grape juice makes an excellent cleanser for any skin type. Simply split one
or two large grapes, remove pips and rub the flesh over face and neck.
Rinse off with cool water.


Excerpt from “How and When to be Your Own Doctor”

Loss of weight indicates, almost guarantees, that detoxification and healing
is occurring. I can’t stress this too much. Of all the things I find my patients
seem to misunderstand or forget after being told, it is that they can”t heal in
a rapid manner without getting smaller. This reality is especially hard for the
family and friends of someone who is fasting, who will say, “you”re looking
terrible dear, so thin. Your skin is hanging on your bones. You”re not eating
enough protein or nutrient food to be healthy and you must eat more or
you”re going to develop serious deficiencies. You don”t have any energy,
you must be getting sicker. You”re doing the wrong thing, obviously. You
have less energy and look worse every day. Go and see a doctor before it
is too late.” To succeed with friends like this, a faster has to be a mighty
self-determined person with a powerful ability to disagree with others.

Medical personnel claim that rapid weight loss often causes dangerous
deficiencies; these deficiencies force the person to overeat and regain even
more weight afterward. This is largely untrue, though there is one true
aspect to it: a fasted, detoxified body becomes a much more efficient
digester and assimilator, extracting a lot more nutrition from the same
amount food is used to eat. If, after extended fasting a person returns to
eating the same number of calories as they did before; they will gain weight
even more rapidly than before they stated fasting.

When fasting for weight loss, the only way to keep the weight off is to
greatly reform the diet; to go on, and stay on, a diet made up largely of nonstarchy,
watery fruits and vegetables, limited quantities of cooked food, and
very limited amounts of highly concentrated food sources like cereals and
cooked legumes. Unless, of course, after fasting, one”s lifestyle involves
much very hard physical labor or exercise. I’ve had a few obese fasters
become quite angry with me for this reason; they hoped to get thin through
fasting and after the fast, to resume overeating with complete
irresponsibility as before, without weight gain.

People also fear weight loss during fasting because they fear becoming
anorexic or bulimic. They won’t! A person who abstains from eating for the
purpose of improving their health, in order to prevent or treat illness, or
even one who fasts for weight loss will not develop an eating disorder.

Eating disorders mean eating compulsively because of a distorted body
image. Anorexics and bulimics have obsessions with the thinner-is-better
school of thought. The anorexic looks at their emaciated frame in the mirror
and thinks they are fat! This is the distorted perception of a very insecure
person badly in need of therapy. A bulimic, on the other hand stuffs
themselves, usually with bad food, and then purges it by vomiting, or with
laxatives. Anorexics and bulimics are not accelerating the healing potential
of their bodies; these are life threatening conditions. Fasters are genuinely
trying to enhance their survival potential.

Occasionally a neurotic individual with a pre-existing eating disorder will
become obsessed with fasting and colon cleansing as a justification to
legitimize their compulsion. During my career while monitoring hundreds of
fasters, I”ve known two of these. I discourage them from fasting or colon
cleansing, and refuse to assist them, because they carry the practices to
absurd extremes, and contribute to bad press about natural medicine by
ending up in the emergency ward of a hospital with an intravenous feeding
tube in their arm.


Excerpt from “How and When to be Your Own Doctor”

Next in declining order of healing effectiveness is what I call a raw food
healing diet or cleansing diet. It consists of those very same watery fruits
and non-starchy vegetables one juices or makes into vegetable broths, but
eaten whole and raw. Heating food does two harmful things: it destroys
many vitamins, enzymes and other nutritional elements and it makes many
foods much harder to digest. So no cooked vegetables or fruits are allowed
because to maintain health on this limited regimen it is essential that every
possible vitamin and enzyme present in the food be available for digestion.

Even though still raw, no starchy or fatty vegetables or fruits are allowed
that contain concentrated calories like potatoes, winter squash, avocados,
sweet potatoes, fresh raw corn, dates, figs, raisins, or bananas. And
naturally, no salad dressings containing vegetable oils or (raw) ground
seeds are allowed. Nor are raw grains or other raw concentrated energy

When a person starts this diet they will at first experience considerable
weight loss because it is difficult to extract a large number of calories from
these foods (though I have seen people actually gain weight on a pure
melon diet, so much sugar do these fruits have, and well-chewed
watermelon seeds are very nourishing). Eating even large quantities of only
raw fruit and raw non-starchy vegetables results in a slow but steady
healing process about 10 to 20 percent as rapid as water fasting.

A raw food cleansing diet has several huge advantages. It is possible to
maintain this regimen and regularly do non-strenuous work for many
months, even a year or more without experiencing massive weight loss
and, more important to some people, without suffering the extremes of low
blood sugar, weakness and loss of ability to concentrate that happen when
water fasting. Someone on a raw food cleanse will have periods of lowered
energy and strong cravings for more concentrated foods, but if they have
the self-discipline to not break their cleansing process they can accomplish
a great deal of healing while still maintaining more or less normal (though
slower paced) life activities. However, almost no one on this diet is able to
sustain an extremely active life-style involving hard physical labor or
competitive sports. And from the very beginning someone on a raw food
cleanse must be willing and able to lie down and rest any time they feel
tired or unable to face their responsibilities. Otherwise they will inevitably
succumb to the mental certainty that their feelings of exhaustion or
overwhelm can be immediately solved by eating some concentrated food to
“give them energy.” Such low-energy states will, however, pass quickly
after a brief nap or rest.

Something else gradually happens to a body when on such a diet. Do you
recall that I mentioned that after my own long fast I began to get more
“mileage” out of my food. A cleansed, healed body becomes far more
efficient at digestion and assimilation; a body that is kept on a raw food
cleansing diet will initially lose weight rapidly, but eventually weight loss
slows to virtually nothing and then stabilizes. However, long-term raw
fooders are usually thin as toothpicks.

Once starchy vegetables like potatoes or winter squash, raw or cooked, or
any cereals, raw or cooked, are added to a cleansing diet, the detoxification
and healing virtually ceases and it becomes very easy to maintain or even
gain weight, particularly if larger quantities of more concentrated foods like
seeds and nuts are eaten. Though this diet has ceased to be cleansing,
few if any toxins from misdigestion will be produced and health is easy to

“Raw fooders” are usually people who have healed themselves of a serious
diseases and ever after continue to maintain themselves on unfired food,
almost as a matter of religious belief. They have become convinced that
eating only raw, unfired food is the key to extraordinarily long life and
supreme good health. When raw fooders wish to perform hard physical
work or strenuous exercise, they”ll consume raw nuts and some raw grains
such as finely-ground oats soaked overnight in warm water or deliciously
sweet “Essene bread,” made from slightly sprouted wheat that is then
ground wet, made into cakes, and sun baked at temperatures below about
115 degrees Fahrenheit. Essene bread can be purchased in some health
food stores. However, little or no healing or detoxification can happen once
concentrated energy sources are added to the diet, even raw ones.

During my days at Great Oaks School I was a raw fooder for some years,
though I found it very difficult to maintain body heat on raw food during
chilly, rainy Oregon winters and eventually struck a personal compromise
where I ate about half my diet raw and the rest fired.


Excerpt from the Classic Book “The Hygiene System”

If we do this we eat only to supply the demands of the body. We cannot
repeat too often the admonition, do not eat if not hungry.

If this plan were followed the present three meals-a-day plan would end.

Also the practice of many of eating between meals and in the eveningbefore retiring would cease. For most people real hunger would call forabout one meal a day, with occasionally some small amounts of fruit duringthe day.

Hunger is the “voice of nature” saying to us that food is required. There isno other true guide as to when to eat. The time of day, the habitual mealtime, etc., are not true guides.

Although genuine hunger is a mouth and throat sensation and dependsupon an actual physiological need for food, muscular contractions of thestomach accompany hunger and are thought by physiologists, to give riseto the hunger sensation.

Carlson, of the Chicago University, found that in a man who had beenfasting two weeks, these gastric “hunger” contractions had not decreased,although there was no desire for food. The same has been observed inanimals. Indeed these contractions are seen to increase and yet they donot produce the sensation of hunger. I do not consider these so-called”hunger-contractions” as the cause of hunger. Real hunger is a mouth andthroat sensation.

But there is a difference between hunger and what is called appetite.Appetite is a counterfeit hunger, a creature of habit and cultivation, andmay be due to any one of a number of things; such as the arrival of thehabitual meal time, the sight, taste, or smell of food, condiments andseasonings, or even the thought of food. In some diseased states there isan almost constant and insatiable appetite. None of these things canarouse true hunger; for, this comes only when there is an actual need forfood.

One may have an appetite for tobacco, coffee, tea, opium, alcohol, etc., buthe can never be hungry for these, since they serve no real physiologicalneed.

Appetite is often accompanied by a gnawing or “all gone” sensation in thestomach, or a general sense of weakness; there may even be mentaldepression. Such symptoms usually belong to the diseased stomach of aglutton and will pass away if their owner will refrain from eating for a fewdays. They are temporarily relieved by eating and this leads to the idea thatit was food that was needed. But such sensations and feelings do notaccompany true hunger. In true hunger one is not aware that he has astomach for this, like thirst, is a mouth and throat sensation. Real hungerarises spontaneously, that is without the agency of some external factor,and is accompanied by a “watering of the mouth” and usually by aconscious desire for some particular food.

Dr. Gibson says that, “The condition known as appetite, … with its sourceand center in nervous desire, and its motive in self-indulgence, is a mereparasite on life, feeding on its host–the man himself–whose misdirectedimagination invites it into his own vital household; while hunger, on theother hand, is the original, constitutional prompter for the cell-world callingfor means to supply the true need and necessities of man’s physical nature.

… Appetite does not express our needs, but our wants; not what we reallyneed, but what we think we need. It is imagination running riot, fashioningout of our gluttonous greed an insatiable vampire which grows with ourwants, and increases its power until finally it kills us unless we determine tokill it. … As long as our attention is absorbed in the pleasures of the table,in the gratification of eating for its own sake, and in the introduction of newcombinations to bring about stimulating effects, we are increasing thepower of our appetite at the expense of our hunger.”

The hungry person is able to eat and relish a crust of dry bread; he whohas only an appetite must have his food seasoned and spiced before hecan enjoy it. Even a gourmand is able to enjoy a hearty meal if there issufficient seasoning to whip up his jaded appetite and arouse his palsiedtaste. He would be far better off if he would await the arrival of hungerbefore eating.

There is no doubt of the truth of Dr. Geo. S. Weger’s thought that “appetitecontractions in the stomach are often excited by psychic states, asinfluenced by the senses.” Appetite contractions thus aroused, are ofdistinct advantage in digesting a meal if they are super-added to preexistinghunger contractions. We know that these psychic states increasethe flow of the digestive juices–make the stomach “water” as well as themouth–and enhance digestion.

Dr. Claunch says, “the difference between true hunger and false cravingmay be determined as follows: when hungry and comfortable it is truehunger. When hungry and uncomfortable it is false craving. When a sickperson misses a customary meal, he gets weak before he gets hungry.When a healthy person misses a customary meal, he gets hungry beforehe gets weak.”

If we follow the rule to eat only when truly hungry, those people who are”hungry” but weak and uncomfortable would fast until comfort and strengthreturned. Fasting would become one of the most common practices in ourlives, at least, until we learn to live and eat to keep well and thus eliminatethe need for fasting.

There are individuals who are always eating and always “hungry.” Theymistake a morbid irritation of the stomach for hunger. These people havenot learned to distinguish between a normal demand for food and asymptom of disease. They mistake the evidences of chronic gastritis or ofgastric neurosis for hunger.

Hunger, as previously pointed out, is the insistent demand for food thatarises out of physiological need for nourishment. Appetite, on the otherhand, is a craving for food which may be the result of several differentoutside factors operating through the mind and senses. Anything that willarouse an appetite will encourage one to eat, whether or not there exists anactual need for food.

Hunger may be satisfied and appetite still persist, a not unusual thing. Ourmany course dinners, with everything especially prepared to appeal to thetaste and smell, are well designed to keep alive appetite, long after hungerhas been appeased. No man is ever hungry when he reaches the dessert,so commonly served after a many course dinner. Few, though filled torepletion and perhaps uncomfortable in the abdomen, ever refuse to eatthe dessert. It is especially prepared to appeal to appetite. This style ofeating necessarily and inevitably leads to overeating and disease. Toomany articles of food at a meal overstimulate and induce overeating.

Hunger and the sense of taste are the only guides as to the quantity andcharacter of food required. If we eat when we are not hungry, and if thedelicate sensibilities of taste have been dulled and deadened by gluttonousindulgence and by condiments, spices, alcohol, etc., it ceases to be areliable guide.

The unperverted instinct of hunger craves most keenly the food that is mostneeded by the body and the unperverted taste derives the most pleasureand satisfaction out of the food or foods demanded, and will be satisfiedwhen we have consumed sufficient of such food or foods to supply thebody’s needs. But, if we have been in the habit of crowding the stomachwhen there is no demand for food, just because it is meal time, or becausethe doctor ordered it, and we know no other indication that enough foodhas been consumed, than that the stomach can hold no more, we areheaded for disaster. The existence of a natural demand for food indicatesthat food is required by the body and that the organs of the body are readyto receive and digest it. Eating when there is no time, or as a social duty, orbecause one has been able to stimulate an appetite, is a wrong to thebody. Both the quality and quantity, and the frequency of meals should beregulated by the rules of hygiene rather than by those of etiquette andconvenience.


Excerpt from “Healthy Living For a Busy Family”

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