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Oil in Bottles for Cooking

Where did oils in bottles for cooking come from? Who made the decision to use oils instead of traditionally used fats? People have used fat when cooking for hundreds of years and avoided today's degenerative diseases. Whose bright idea was it in the first place? The Seven Countries Study Ancel Keys, a medical doctor who sat on the board of the American Heart Association as well as Procter & Gamble, launched a campaign to demonize the saturated fats that grandmother and great-grandmother cooked with for centuries. That campaign became known as the Seven Countries Study. The study was manipulated to benefit of Procter & Gamble’s marketing campaign. The company began marketing a World War I smokeless submarine lubricant that later became known as Crisco. Proctor...

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The Problem With Wheat, Rye, Barley and Oats

This episode of Vitality NOW! discusses the first four of Twelve Bad Foods to Avoid, namely, wheat, rye, barley and oats. Just buying "organic" is not enough to supply the body with proper nutrition. It is missing from the food! Added to this is the fact that the average American diet hinders absorption of important nutrients even if nutritionally supplementing.

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Improve Your Digestive System

If you want to be able to absorb proper nutrition to increase longevity, you must improve your digestive system. There is more to good health than just taking vitamins. Minerals are the catalysts that cause vitamins to work, but they can't be absorbed unless you improve your digestive system. In fact, some foods should not be eaten before taking a good mineral supplement. Those foods are referred to as anti-nutrients, and the reason for the name is because they block the absorption of minerals. But more on this later. Here is a list of the 10 foods that everyone must eliminate from his or her diet to increase longevity as told to us by Dr. Joel Wallach and Dr. Peter Glidden: 10 BAD...

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