FALSE FOODS

From The Hippocrates Magazine Archive

We cannot thoughtlessly pick cuisine just because it is labeled organic or uncooked.

SUGAR. There is no difference between white sugar and fruit sugar or table salt and Celtic Sea salt. The results of consuming too much of these items are less health and more disease.

When individuals consume large amounts of this tasty treat [raw coconut oil and meat] on a regular basis, their livers and gallbladders work overtime and begin to produce unnecessary and unwanted cholesterol. The protein and fat could be obtained from highly nutritious and healthy sources such as hemp, flax, sunflower sprouts, etc.

The consumption of so-called natural sugars via carrot juice, beet juice and fresh fruit are finally surfacing as trouble-makers. Small amounts of organic and ripe diluted juices and fruits can be healthfully consumed by healthy individuals.

COCONUT OIL and MEAT. Coconut oil is saturated fat. A tablespoon, at most, of coconut oil several times a week and no more than the meat of two raw, green coconut per week. Could be safely consumed.

RAW CHOCOLATE. The simple fact is that raw chocolate , or any other food that contains any form of caffeine or stimulant, is very detrimental to your health. It is a false food – PERIOD.

MEAT. steroids and growth hormones that have been injected into these animals greatly affect the sexual maturity of our youth.

SOY BEANS. 97% of North America’s soy bean crop has been genetically modified.

MILK, All cow’s milk, including organic milk, contains more than 50 active hormones, scores of allergens, and loads of fat and cholesterol. 3 glasses of milk per day contains the same amount of cholesterol found in 53 slices of bacon.

ALCOHOL. After repeated consumption of alcohol, the liver’s enzyme production is inhabited.

SALT. A teaspoon of regular table salt contains almost 2400mg sodium, but a teaspoon f healthy sea salt contains around 1900, a negligible difference in the scheme of things. Replace your salt shaker with a real salt substitute – a shaker of sea vegetables such as dulse or kelp. You homemade dehydrates celery “salt.” Try fresh herbs such as basil, dill, sage, cilantro, oregano, parsley, chives, thyme, bay leaves, cayenne pepper, curry, cumin, and use raw onions, garlic, ginger, cranberries, cinnamon, or citrus juices such as lemon and lime.

CAFFEINE – coffee is acid-forming in the body rather than alkalizing and decaf coffee s even more acidic than regular.

FLOUR white and wholegrain – eating sprouting grains is the best.