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Today you can find fresh wheat grass juice in most natural foods stores and juice bars because of those pioneers, and for good reason. They also provide protein in the form of poly-peptides, which are assimilated faster than meat-based protein, and are very abundant in chlorophyll.
The sugars crystallize in the intestinal tract, which draws toxins out of the tissues. One ounce of wheat grass juice can contain up to 18, units of beta-carotene precursor of vitamin A, an immune builder , has abundant vitamin E which fights cancer growth and a large amount of vitamin K for proper blood clotting.
The juice is loaded with enzymes that help detoxify harmful substances and that participate in thousands of the constant chemical changes taking place in the body. When the concentrated energy of wheat grass enters the body, it has a profound healing effect on everything it contacts.
Real-life stories of people overcoming breast, bladder, prostate, colon, throat, lymph and liver cancers, as well as candidiasis, irritable bowel and leaky gut syndromes, lyme disease, lupus and more are documented in his book. Generally, wheat grass juice is taken on an empty stomach at least half an hour before a meal.
Purveyors of wheat grass juice can usually sell you trays of the grass for home juicing as well. Everything in my book is important, but drinking wheat grass juice on a regular basis, in my opinion, is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Alfalfa Taken as a liquid extract, alfalfa has a rich mineral profile and contains abundant chlorophyll.
Alfalfa is rich in protein, carotene, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, sodium, sulfur, silicon, cobalt and zinc. Alfalfa provides these minerals in a balanced form, which promotes absorption. Alfalfa also contains eight enzymes that help assimilate protein, fats and carbohydrates. Alfalfa alkalizes and detoxifies the body, especially the liver. Barley Grass Barley is an annual cereal plant that has been cultivated for hundreds of years. This green grass is reputed to be the only vegetation on earth that could supply our sole nutritional support from birth to old age!
Barley grass contains an astounding amount of vitamins and minerals, including five of the B vitamins the often hard to obtain B12 being among them.
It also contains folic acid, pantothenic acid, beta carotene, C and E. Recent laboratory analysis on green barley grass has turned up traces of more than 70 minerals, among them calcium, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus which is determined, in part, by soil conditions. Barley grass also contains 18 amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins. Green barley grass is also said to have a highly alkalizing effect, because it contains buffering minerals such as sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium.
Micro-Algae Spirulina, chlorella and wild blue-green algae are the most common commercial micro-algae. All three contain the highest sources of chlorophyll, protein, beta-carotene and nucleic acids of any animal or plant food, making them some of the best possible supplements you can take on a regular basis.
Spirulina Spirulina is a naturally digestible food that helps to protect the immune system, lower cholesterol and facilitate mineral absorption. Spirulina is high in chlorophyll, protein, beta-carotene and nucleic acids.
The cell wall of spirulina is composed entirely of mucopolysaccharides MPs , which are complex sugars interlaced with amino acids, simple sugars and sometimes protein.
MPs are fully digestible and help strengthen body tissues, especially the connective tissues, making them more elastic and resilient.
MPs also help reinforce the tissues of the heart and guard against deterioration of the arteries. Spirulina is packed with other nutrients, including vitamin B12, one that many believe is only available from animal foods although some scientists dispute just how bio-available the B12 is in spirulina.
It has a rich supply of the blue pigment phycocyanin, a light-harvesting pigment that has been shown to inhibit the development of cancer. This amazing whole food detoxifies the liver and kidneys, builds and enriches the blood, cleanses the arteries, enhances intestinal flora, and inhibits the growth of fungi, bacteria, and various strains of yeast.
A number of manufacturers make it available as a powder, capsule or tablet, and you may want to buy it less expensively in the bulk section. Just stir a heaping teaspoonful into your favorite juice drink. Chlorella Chlorella contains 10 to times more chlorophyll than leafy green vegetables. Chlorella is grown in controlled mediums where minerals are added to optimize it for human consumption.
Its small size requires centrifuge harvesting and special processing to improve the digestibility of the tough outer wall, which makes it more expensive than spirulina.
However, the cell wall binds to heavy metals, pesticides and carcinogens such as PCBs and escorts the toxins out of the body, making it a particularly valuable supplement. Chlorella has less protein and a fraction of the beta-carotene than spirulina, but more than twice the nucleic acid and chlorophyll. Insufficient nucleic acid causes premature aging and a weakened immune system.
Chlorella is also abundant in iron, zinc and vitamin A, which helps boost the immune system. Wild Blue-Green Algae Aphanizomenon flos-acquae Whereas spirulina and chlorella are grown in man-made tanks, wild blue-green algae grows naturally in Upper Klamath Lake in Southern Oregon, making it a particularly unique whole food supplement.
This single-celled micro-algae was first discovered over 15 years ago in one of the most diverse and rich wetland habitats in North America. It is harvested at the peak of its bloom in summer, and then quickly freeze-dried to preserve its nutritional profile and enzymatic activity. Upper Klamath Lake has an average depth of about eight feet, yet the algae feeds on mineral rich sediment that is believed to be at least 35 feet deep. The chlorophyll content is twice as high as that of spirulina.
Aphanizomenon flos-acquae AFA is a nutritional powerhouse. Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and muscle tissue , and AFA contains all eight essential amino acids, in the correct profile for optimum absorption.
It also has high neuropeptide concentrations to help repair, rebuild and strengthen neurotransmitters in the brain so that neurons can communicate optimally with the rest of the body. Omega-3 fatty acids support the immune system and build the white fatty myelin sheath on connective neural fibers in the brain. People who eat AFA on a regular basis report an overall increase in mental alertness and stamina, improved short and long-term memory, enhanced creativity and problem-solving abilities, as well as a greater sense of well being.
AFA has a full spectrum of naturally chelated minerals and trace minerals, as well as a wide range of vitamins.
The protein rich cell wall of AFA is a source of glycogen, used by the liver for energy, which is one reason people often report an increase in energy after adding it to their daily diet. There are at least different species of micro-flora that live in the human gastrointestinal tract. There are billions of these microbes, amounting to approximately three pounds per adult! Some of the most important of these bacteria are acidophilus Lactobacillus acidophilus , which inhabit the small intestine and bifidus Bifidobacterium bifidum , which inhabit the large intestine.
The small intestine is involved in the digestion, absorption, and transport of food. After passing through the stomach, food is further broken down in the small intestine; and vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, protein, and fat are absorbed.
Acidophilus helps to keep the spaces between the microvilli clear so they can function efficiently. Thus, acidophilus helps to promote normal peristalsis movement of food through the small intestine. Acidophilus plays a role in the prevention of and defense against disease, especially of the gastrointestinal tract and vagina. They also attach to sites otherwise preyed upon by pathogens.
Other benefits of acidophilus include: Acidophilus also helps maintain bowel regularity. Acidophilus supplements have been shown to help reduce or eliminate intestinal, vaginal and urinary tract infections.
Because this friendly bacteria promotes healthy intestinal functioning, it has been found to be useful in helping overcome many other diseases. Bifidus helps repopulate the large intestine with friendly bacteria, creating a favorable environment for large intestine health. Bifidus lowers the pH of the intestines, manufactures specific B vitamins, ensures regular bowel movements, and can help stop gas and bloating while promoting proper immune function and overall health.
Finally, eating a diet rich in plant foods will help to naturally cultivate a healthy balance of probiotic organisms. For this reason, they are said to possess life force energy. These energized protein molecules play a necessary role in virtually all biochemical activities. They are required to digest food and to repair cells, tissues and organs.
In fact, they regulate and govern all living cells in plants and animals, and are responsible for providing the energy for all biochemical reactions that occur in nature. Fruit ripening, seeds sprouting, flowers blooming and people healing are all examples of enzymatic activity.
Enzymes cannot be made from synthetic non-plant sources, as many vitamins and minerals are made. Enzymes and coenzymes molecules that help enzymes do their job work together to either join molecules together or split them apart by making or breaking chemical bonds.
Most enzymes are composed of a protein coupled with an essential mineral, and sometimes a vitamin, which act as the co-enzyme. There are three major enzymatic classifications: Processing or cooking food above degrees destroys food enzymes. All our cells, tissues and organs function because of these enzymes. They are responsible for chemical reactions within cells, such as energy production and detoxification. Metabolic enzymes cannot be supplied through supplementation.
Our bodies manufacture and secrete about 24 different digestive enzymes depending on the type of food we eat. Digestive enzymes break down food particles for storage in the liver or in muscles. This stored energy is later converted by other enzymes for use by the body when needed.
These vital helpers predigest our food and aid greatly in the absorption of nutrients. Without them either from food or supplementation , the natural process of full digestion is lost, which puts an undue strain on the digestive system. The three major food enzymes are: Protease is also used therapeutically for digesting viruses and bacteria, and for eliminating allergies.
Some foods that contain lots of enzymes include avocados, papayas, pineapples, bananas and mangos. Sprouts are one of the richest sources of enzymes. Many companies process these foods into enzyme supplements. Many pickled or fermented foods, as well as miso paste, also contain enzymes. Essential fatty acids are considered essential because they are needed for normal cell structure and function, yet our bodies do not manufacture them.
They are categorized as omega-3 n-3 and omega-6 n-6 the number describes the place of the first double bond in these poly-unsaturated fatty acids PUFAs and are required for proper functioning of nerve cells and cell membrane walls. All our cells are enveloped by a membrane composed mostly of essential fatty acid compounds called phospholipids, which play a major role in determining the integrity and fluidity of the membranes.
The type of fat we consume determines the type of phospholipid in the cell membrane. Unfortunately, the Standard American Diet S. Instead, it is high in animal fats, which are high in saturated fatty acids, cholesterol, and trans-fatty acids also formed by chemical extraction or high-heat processing and hydrogenation of unsaturated plant oils , giving our cells the wrong ratio of fatty acids. This imbalance leads to cell membranes that contain less fluid, making it difficult for them to perform their primary function: Without a healthy membrane, cells lose vital nutrients, electrolytes and their ability to hold water.