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Eileen Poole once said, "When you learn to choose the foods that are best for you, you honor yourself, not just physically, but on all levels."

"Eat Your Way To Health."

Book Exerpts:

Chapters 1-3

Chapters 4-6

4. What to Eat & What Not to Eat

5. Other Immune System Toxins To Avoid

6. Phychological & Emotional Factors

Chapters 7-11


Chapter 4

What to Eat & What Not to Eat

The following basics are the bare bones on which you can build your own personalized “optimal” immune system food plan. Everyone is different, and this book will help you discover what works best for you. Also what you are starting with here has worked well for thousands of people. . . .

Vegetables - Fresh vegetables should be eaten as the predominant food group in all diets. Vegetables are a storehouse of many important vitamins and minerals as well as a great source of fiber. This category can be thought of as the balancers in the nutrition equation . . .

Protein - The average adult needs far less protein than we are accustomed to consuming. Use all protein sources as side dishes, relying on fresh vegetables and . . .

Fruits - . . . whole fruit contains a natural form of sugar, this food group should be thought of as a snack or a dessert, not the center of your diet. Dried fruits are . . .

Grains and Flour Products - Eat a wide variety of grains and make your first choice whole and unprocessed grain. Flour products, even if they are made from whole grains, should be used as an adjunct. Flour products such as crackers, pastas, and breads usually have salt, fats and many forms of sweeteners added to . . .

Proper Food Combining for Good Digestion - Eating foods in proper combination is very important in supporting optimal health. The following are some guidelines . . .

Fats - All fats should be used sparingly, as they are a highly concentrated food and tend to congest the system if . . .

Hydrogenated Fats and Oils like Shortenings and Margarine - Trans Fatty Acids are formed . . .

What is Cholesterol? - Cholesterol is the mother of all hormones. Specifically it is a fat-soluble steroid that is the basis for all steroid hormone . . . Eating food with cholesterol in it does not in itself cause chronically high cholesterol levels . . . a large portion of our cholesterol is synthesized in the liver from sugars . . .

Salt - Fresh vegetables, proteins, grain and fruits provide all the natural sodium necessary . . . There are a number of reasons why salt in its inorganic crystalline form should be mostly avoided . . .

Caffeine - Caffeine should be greatly reduced or eliminated from every diet. Not only does it deplete the body of . . .

Concentrated Sugars - Refined sugars such as white sugar, molasses, corn syrup, and fructose, as well as all artificial sweeteners should be avoided . . . Artificial sweeteners have also been implicated in some health problems . . . very concentrated forms of naturally occurring sugars should be used in moderation . . .

Chapter 5

Other Immune System Toxins To Avoid

Glutamates (MSG)

Glutamates are commonly found in the vast majority of prepared foods, even health food brands. Toxicologists point out that glutamates are neuro-toxins and are harmful to everyone. The following is a partial list of many types of glutamates . . .

Chapter 6

Psychological & Emotional Factors

How To Satisfy Yourself On All Levels

This may be the most important part of the book. Whether we realize it or not, food and our eating habits have a prominent emotional psychological component. This is so for at least three reasons. First, the chemicals in foods influence moods and emotions; second, internal/hormonal imbalances which cause erratic mood swings and depression can be created by poor, nutrient deficient diets; and third, we often turn to food as a way to find pleasure and enjoyment when other areas of our lives are not working well for us. The first two aspects. . . .


Continue to exerpts Chapters 7-11