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Jennifer Zalev Mastering Your Life with Plant Based Nutrition Interview with Jeanne Schumacher - www.starchqueens.net www.SQWeightloss.com
Foods that Build your Vitamin Shield So far, we discussed how to avoid toxic metals and bad fats. So far so good but let's talk about what else we can do. 1. I know we've already talked about free radicals, but it would just give a quick overview of what they are and their relationship to vitamin E. 2. What does the research say about vitamin E? (pg 68) 3. Should we get a vitamin E supplement? Discuss alpha-tocopherol and gamma- tocopherol 4. So where should we get our vitamin E? 5. Does vitamin E help if you have Alzheimer's disease already? 6. What is homocysteine, where does it come from, and why is it so destructive to our body? 7. How do we get such high levels of homocysteine in our body? And how can we get rid of it? 8. Share the study from the Netherlands where they conducted research to see what folate supplements could do to boost memory (pg 71). 9. Is there a relationship between excess homocysteine and Alzheimer’s disease? 10. What are the best sources to get folate, B6, B12? 11. Are some fruits and vegetables better than others? 12. What is resveratrol? Where do we find it? And is there a relationship between resveratrol and Alzheimer's disease? 13. What about coffee? A lot of controversy about it, with some studies showing it's great and other studies showing it's the worst thing you could possibly drink. What are your thoughts? 14. Share with me your story about Dr. Benjamin Spock, who is renowned as a pediatrician in his book Baby and Childcare. 15. So let's sum it up. What do we need to do for a strong memory? 1. Shield yourself from toxic metals 2. give your brain and oil change 3. shift to a plant-based menu 4. build your vitamin shield
Balance for Life Retreat Program in Deerfield Beach, Florida. A vegan lifestyle education center specializing in plant-based vegan nutrition, health rejuvenation, stress management and therapeutic fasting and detoxification. www.balanceforlifeflorida.com Dr. Sabatino is a Chiropractic physician who also has a Ph.D. in cell biology and neuroendocrinology from the Emory University School of Medicine. While an assistant professor at the University of Texas School of Medicine, he did extensive landmark research on calorie restriction, stress and aging, and has published a number of major scientific papers in some of the most well-respected peer reviewed journals in the fields of cell biology, aging, endocrinology and neuroscience. Did your medical training prepare you for treating people through nutritional medicine and lifestyle interventions? How long have you been plant based? Is your family plant based? How did you get connected with the NHA? Who are some of the pioneers from the American Natural Hygiene Society? Which is now the NHA You are widely recognized as an expert in water-only fasting. Share this journey. Fasting is becoming recognized as a treatment plan. What diseases can this help? What changes in health can people experience undergoing a fast? I know you offer water only fasting as well as juice fasting. When would you use juice fasting vs water only? What is the difference? How does the body react to juicing vs water fasting? What are the different types of fasting? And when would you recommend to complete them? Intermittent, Weekend, continual Can I do fasting at home? Once people come off of a fast, how should they transition and what should they eat? When you begin this transition, will your digestive system have to undergo some changes? Speaking of changes, once you begin this program, will you see changes at the cellular level? Share with us your current program. How does it work? How long do people typically stay? What changes have you observed? What advice can you give to help a person to prepare mentally, physically, and emotionally to begin a change to a plant based way of living?
Eric Adams served as a police officer in the New York City Police Department (NYPD) for 22 years Democratic State Senator for New York Borough President of Brooklyn, New York City In March 2016, you were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Tell us what was your health like at this time. Was diabetes the only issue you faced? What prompted you to change? What did you do? How did you go about changing? What about your family? Does diabetes run in your family? Tell us about your mom and her journey! Which hurdles did you personally face and how did you overcome them? What changes or health benefits did you see by committing to this lifestyle? On a give day, walk us through what you would eat. Do you feel deprived eating this way? How do you handle events where food will be served? What do you wish everyone knew about this lifestyle? What advice can you give to those who are just starting out plant based? Share with us the wonderful things you are doing in Brooklyn to help promote a plant based lifestyle? So what does Eric eat for breakfast? Oatmeal Green smoothie Fruit So what does Eric eat for lunch? Soup Mix lentils, kale, onions, mushrooms lots of other veggies lots of spices use cooked lentils to make a thick mixture makes a buddha bowl adds squeeze of lemon, apple cider vinegar adds curry or amla powder Instant Pot Beans - Jeanne Schumacher 1) Soak beans over night. Rinse. 2) Cook in IP with about 1 inch of water above beans. Cook on Bean setting. 3) When cooled, scoop out 1 ladle full or more of beans. 4) Place in blender (love my vitamin!), add 1-2 tablespoon Berbere spice, cumin, onion & garlic powder. 5) Blend until creamy and add back to beans. Yum! So what does Eric eat for Dinner? light dinner/late lunch veggie noodles or pasta (black beans or lentil pasta) cauliflower, carrots, sweet potatoes to make sauce in nutribullet okra nutritional yeast It is not our DNA...it is our dinner. It is not our lineage...it is our lunch. It is not where we are born... it is our breakfast. What Eric is doing in Brooklyn 1) Moving towards getting processed meat our of our schools. 2) City Council resolution - to hold hearings to bring in experts to show what process meat is doing our children. 3) We want to instill long term habits for our children to learn. 4) New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) - will do a pilot project - plant based nutrition unit. 5) Mental Health Facility - group of patients - to offer them a plant-based diet. 6) Initiative - showing our students how to grow plants - hydroponics, urban farming. 7) 1st Monday - each quarter - Plant Based Vegan Meetup at Borough Hall.
www.backtothegardenpr.com Streamed live at the National Health Conference 2018 Cleveland, Ohio. Join the National Health Association www.healthscience.org/join When you join the NHA, you will receive the full-color, quarterly Health Science magazine in your mailbox (hard copy) as well as be able to access entire issues of Health Science on our website. On the website, you also have access to free ebooks, testimonials, interviews, and recipes. Join us for the NEXT CONFERENCE! Visit www.healthscience.org/conference For the 2019 NHA Conference we're expecting another sold-out crowd, 300 participants! If you'd like to register for the 2019 NHA Conference, June 28–30 in Cleveland, Ohio (at the Cleveland Airport Marriott), the early-bird cost is just $495 (but will go up to $550 at a later date), and includes all of the education presentations and health-promoting, plant-based meals for the entire weekend (hotel room not included).
In this episode, we ask Dr. Shanhong Lu:
What is a toxin?
As people begin to transition from a SAD diet to a plant based, they will lose weight... but also release toxins. What are some of the symptoms they may experience?
What are the main toxins you find in people?
Where are these toxins coming from?
What causes toxic elements to accumulate in the body tissues?
What are issues with mercury? How would we get this into our body?
What about lead? What are the issues? Is it bioaccumalitive?
How can you determine if you have toxins in your system?
Dr. Shanhong Lu walks her talk and strongly believes in proactive approach to modern life challenges. 80-90% illnesses people suffer are strongly associated with chronic stress, environmental pollution and unhealthy life style choices. Dr. Lu is passionate about educating people and empowering them to awaken the doctors within. Dr. Lu is known for her thoroughness and her willingness to listen to her patients. As an internist with strong background in her graduate study in human physiology and genetics of hypertension, she is an excellent diagnostician. Finding the root causes of issues, not just bandaging disease symptoms has been one of her strongest expertise. “Detox, Feed, Improving Neuroendocrine communications, Regenerate and Replace Key Life Enhancing Hormones” have been five basic steps she offers and teaches in her practice. Dr. Lu also believe in creating abundance, not only in health, but also in prosperity for people of all walks of lives. She strongly believes in the power of personal responsibility. She loves to create and support sustainable business models that are in alignment with the health of our earth as well as the health of people generations after generations.