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Benefits of Health in Olympic Circles

The Benefits of Olympic Health

Ask any Olympic Athlete

You will hear that a healthy mind and body are extremely important variables in the odds of winning any competition, let alone Olympic competition. At Body and Soil Nutrition we offer a program we call “Olympic Health” which is designed specifically with individuality in mind. No two competitors have the same health needs and neither do you. So why would you follow a health plan designed for someone else? I don’t know either.

Consider Individuality in Health

It’s easy to see that individuality is so prevalent in the world of natural health. 1000’s of books have been written by a multitude of authors and they all have one thing in common. They only work for a certain type of person. They don’t work for everybody. Why do you think that is?

Beyond blood type, beyond metabolic type, beyond Pitta-Kapha-Vata, beyond the 5 Chinese elements; we have body chemistry. There are no two people on the face of this earth with exactly the same chemistry make-up. Just like no two people on this earth with exactly the same DNA. By sequencing the DNA from various people, scientists have found 15 million single nucleotide polymorphisms, 1 million short insertions and deletions, and 20,000 structural variants (The 1000 Genomes Project Consortium). Assuming each of these sites of variation has only two alleles and that none are synthetically lethal, this puts an estimate of the possible combinations from randomly assorting these variants at 2^(1.6×10^6) or 10^480000.
Read more: http://www.physicsforums.com

Take Your Own Chemistry & Formulate Your Own Healthy Living Plan

In our Olympic Health program, we teach you how to use a fresh sample of your own urine and saliva to formulate a health plan based on your own uniqueness. What is right for you to eat probably won’t be right for a brother or sister, mother or father. Because of the differences in DNA, there are differences in the individual dietary and mineralization needs of each and every one of you.  You can’t eat like anyone else and expect to get the same results as them. It just doesn’t work that way. Now, if you eat the typical Twinkie and coke diet, something is going to break down in your body. You know you’re going to end up sick someday, maybe you just hope it won’t be soon. But you know, without question, that trying to live off that junk is going to kill you. What you don’t know is which system of your body is going to break down first. Maybe you’ll end up with heart disease, maybe Diabetes or even cancer. Without the mineral energy necessary for proper functioning of the body and water to take out the garbage, whatever part of your body is genetically weakest is going to succumb first to disease.

Wealth, Prestige, Confidence, Love and Time Are Yours for the Taking

Olympic Health and the benefits are yours for the taking. If you live in the United States, you have access to the training and the equipment necessary to take control of your own health; Olympic Health! So, why don’t you take control of your own health? What is stopping you from changing your life?

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Taboo Foods

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Taboo and Use Sparingly Foods List

  1. PROCESSED ORIENTAL TEAS-such as Lipton, Nestea, Earl of Gray, Orange Pekoe, etc.  Substitute with herbal teas (chamomile, mint, cinnamon, etc.) instead.  Dr. Reams says that more damage has been done to human health by consuming processed oriental teas than all the food preservatives ever used.
  2. WHITE FLOUR products, because what mineral they had, has been refined out.
  3. WHITE POTATOES (Idaho, Russet, Maine, etc.) should be limited to once per month. White Potatoes have no real mineral reserve to offer and they spike blood sugar very quickly in most people.  If it weren’t for the toppings, butter & sour cream etc., they have very little flavor as well. Stick with the colored potatoes in general.
  4. WHITE RICE and anything made from it.  Use whole grain or parboiled rice instead.  If white rice must be used, Uncle Ben’s Converted Rice is the style of choice. Add a 1/2 tsp. of black strap molasses to add to the mineral content.
  5. HOMOGENIZED MILK, because the body cannot pick up the calcium as easily when the fat is forced around the milk molecule.  There is a lot of debate about milk and milk products all over the place.  Milk is a fine food for a weak digestion as long as the fat is skimmed off of it and it comes from healthy sources. 6 oz. a day of good milk never hurt nobody.  It also offers a good source of calcium phosphate.
  6. COFFEE, because it upsets the stomach, unnaturally stimulates the adrenal and related glands, aggravates high blood pressure, over-stimulates the heart, and interferes with the natural biorhythm of the body. One cup per day of very weak coffee is acceptable for most people 30 years old or older since it works as a diuretic, but it can be problematic for those with low sugars.  Heavy coffee drinkers (more than 12 cups per day) should taper off slowly for several days until reaching the one cup per day allotment or it can be eliminated altogether if there is no special need for it.
  7. SEA SALT (all brands!).  This is the saltiest of salts and will cause the conductivity to go too high.  Sea Salt is known to be the #1 cause of xerostomia in the RBTI world.
  8. TABLE SALT  Use Lowery’s MSG Free Seasoning Salt instead and use it sparingly.  Depending on your salt level, you may be able to use more salt than the next guy.  Go by the numbers!
  9. WHITE SUGAR and anything made from it including candy, cookies, cakes, cereals, ice cream, etc.  The human body can safely metabolize and utilize 2 lb of white sugar per year.  Since white sugar of some sort is hidden in all kinds of processed food, it is better to just avoid using it as much as possible.  There are many other kinds of sweeteners available to choose from and variety is key to a long, happy, healthy life!
  10. COCOA / CHOCOLATE tends to constrict the kidneys & contains caffeine that is too stimulating for most chemistries. Carob may be substituted safely in some chemistries, but not for others. Carob may tend to plug up already constricted kidneys.
  11. BLACK PEPPER & NUTMEG are irritating to the colon.  No matter how fine the black pepper & nutmeg are ground, the edges of each particle remain sharp and will “cut” the intestinal wall on their way through. Someone that has a very healthy colon will not tend to be aggravated by this sharp cutting action.
  12. NUTS & NUT BUTTERS.  Go easy on these.  Although they are high in mineral, most people have difficulty digesting them.  Making nut milks is, however, an acceptable way of using nuts in one’s diet.  Also, boiling nuts, so that they become very soft, is another way that makes them acceptable.  Boiling them is a way of predigesting them so your digestion doesn’t become stressed and overworked.
  13. CHEESE – We were taught to use cheese “to taste.”  Cheese is a heavy food and difficult to digest for many people.  It also contains a lot of fat.  It is suggested that no more than 1/2 ounce per 25 pounds of body weight per WEEK be consumed. Example: A person weighs 150 pounds – 150 / 25 = 6 x 1/2 = 3 ounces of cheese per WEEK.  It is best to use a hard cheese such as cheddar which has been aged at least one year.  If you have a high urine pH, it is best to avoid cheese altogether since it is constipating and slows the system even more.
  14. WHEAT BREAD – Dr. Reams said the more bread one eats per day the less mineral one will get from the other foods eaten.  It is easy to fill up on bread because it is easy to use and tastes good.  But when you do this, you miss out on valuable minerals and enzymes available from other food sources. I suggested half a slice of bread per day for every 50 pounds of body weight.  Toast it if possible for the best digestibility.  If eating other wheat-based foods for breakfast, such as pancakes, muffins, bagels, etc. make sure you calculate these into your daily allotment of bread for the day.
  15. ALL RAW FOODS are too cleansing on the system and are harder to digest than cooked foods.  Foods cooked in a healthy way are predigested for your system and will therefore give up their minerals easier.  Have a raw salad before lunch & dinner, a few pieces of raw food as decorations on your plate, and some raw fruit first thing in the morning.  As your body becomes healthier, your digestive system will become stronger and you will be able to increase your raw food intake accordingly.
  16. UNCLEAN MEATS: (any animal that does not have a cloven hoof & chew it’s cud): rattlesnake, opossum, rabbit, bear, pork, etc., or any of its products: ham, ribs, bacon, sausage, chops, jowls, cracklings, chitterlings, or anything that contains the fat or lard, including processed pies, cakes, and pastries.  UNCLEAN SEAFOODS (fish or crustacean animals that have neither fins or scales): catfish, shrimp, lobster, frogs, turtle, snake, eel, lizard, catfish, tuna, etc.  UNCLEAN BIRDS & INSECTS (as listed in the Bible).  The unclean foods, not matter which one, release their energy too quickly in the body.  In essence they cause you to grow old too fast.  Anyone utilizing the U/S A will notice a loss of energy anytime one of these foods are eaten.  This loss of energy takes 7 days to return to normal.

Health IS a Lifestyle

As you begin removing these foods from your diet a whole new view of life will begin to form.  You will notice more energy, more joy, more time in the day, less digestive difficulties, less pain, less headaches.  Your lifestyle will begin to follow your healthier choices in food.

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A Fence or An Ambulance

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“Twas a dangerous cliff,” as they freely confessed,

Though to walk near its crest was so pleasant;

But over its terrible edge there had slipped

A duke and full  many a peasant.

So the people said something would have to be done,

But their projects did not at all tally;

Some said, “Put a fence around the edge of the cliff,”

Some, “An ambulance down in the valley.”

 

But the cry for the ambulance carried the day,

For it spread through the neighboring city;

A fence may be useful or not, it is true,

But each heart became brimful of pity

For those who slipped over that dangerous cliff;

And the dwellers in highway and alley

Gave pounds or gave pence, not to put up a fence,

But an ambulance down in the valley.

 

“For the cliff is all right, if you’re careful,” they said,

“And, if folks even slip and are dropping,

It isn’t slipping that hurts them so much,

As the shock sown below when they’re stopping.”

So day after day, as these mishaps occurred,

Quick forth would these rescuers sally

To pick up the victims who fell off the cliff,

With their ambulance down in the valley.

 

Then an old sage remarked: “It’s a marvel to me

That people give far more attention

To repairing results than to stopping the cause,

When they’d much better aim at prevention.

Let us stop at its source all this mischief.” Cried he,

“Come, neighbors and friends, let us rally;

If the cliff we will fence we might almost dispense

With the ambulance down in the valley.”

 

“Oh, he’s a fanatic,” the others rejoined,

“Dispense with the ambulance? Never!

He’d dispense with all charities, too, if he could;

No! No! We’ll support them forever.

Aren’t we picking up folks just as fast as they fall?

And shall this man dictate to us? Shall he?

Why should people of sense stop to put up a fence,

While the ambulance works in the valley?”

 

But a sensible few, who are practical too,

Will not bear with such nonsense much longer,

They believe that prevention is better than cure,

And their party will soon be the stronger.

Encourage them then, with your purse, voice, and pen,

And while other philanthropists dally,

They will scorn all pretense and put up a stout fence

On the cliff that hangs over the valley.

 

Better guide well the young than reclaim them when old,

For the voice of true wisdom is calling,

“To rescue the fallen is good, but ‘tis best

To prevent other people from falling.”

Better close up the source of temptation and crime

Than deliver from dungeon or galley;

Better put a strong fence round the top of the cliff

Than an ambulance down in the valley.

–Joseph Malins

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