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December 30, 2007

Looking Good Means Feeling Good

Excerpt from Build Powerful Nerve Force – Chapter 10
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Everybody feels happier when they are looking good, and taking multivitamin and mineral food supplements.

They contribute specifically to your health and good looks!

Vitamin D contributes to the strength and density of bones. A lack of vitamin D can lead to osteoporosis, which often affects the posture, reason oldsters do better with some “vitamin D’s sunshine” and a good multimineral with calcium, boron and magnesium, etc.

Vitamin A contributes to healthy skin, hair, eyes and strong, durable bones and tooth enamel.

The B vitamins – niacin, riboflavin, B6, B12 and also magnesium help to prevent growth retardation in young people. Niacin and riboflavin help prevent skin rashes, lip sores and lip cracks and protects your nerves.

Vitamin B complex vitamins promote normal functioning of the brain and help in resistance to stress.

Folic acid improves brain function, helps lessen depression, anxiety and lowers homocysteine level.

Vitamin C (and Ester C) is a powerful antioxidant which fights diseases, colds, flu, etc. (including cancer) and helps prevent high blood pressure and blood clotting. It’s vital for tissue growth and repair (especially bruising), helps reduce cholesterol levels and increases the absorption of the mineral iron.

All of the vitamins and minerals listed above, and many more which are found naturally in The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle Diet will help you maintain a healthier, happier body and a more peaceful mind!

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December 12, 2007

Third Step Towards Powerful Nerve Force

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Excerpt from Build Powerful Nerve Force – Chapter 5
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A happy life consists of tranquility of the mind. The instrument of the mind is the brain, which is part of the physical body. It is impossible to have tranquility of the mind if the brain is suffering from malnutrition. Most brains in our society today are undernourished. Never before in history have we had so many mentally retarded children! Never before have we had so many people suffering from mental disease! A traveler from outer space would look down on the earth and say, “What a mess you have made of your beautiful planet!” You know the sick condition of this planet: the wars, terrorism, crimes, the starving millions, the hatreds and jealousies that turn nation against nation and man against man. Today, we live in a nervous, jittery world, a sick world that’s getting sicker by the hour!

Many young people take one look at this ugly, sick world and run straight to drugs to escape reality. Of course, no one can live without experiencing some degree of stress, strain and tension. There is almost no way of escaping these factors of modern living unless we find a fantastic dream island and live there in complete isolation. What we must do is equip ourselves to withstand the effects of the pressures we encounter. To do this, we must build powerful Nerve Force. Our Central Nervous System – with the brain as its center – must be strengthened and kept healthy with proper nourishment. One of the most critical factors closely related to the health of the Central Nervous System is the B-Complex vitamins.

When the body has an adequate amount of these nutrients, it can withstand the stress, strain and tension that our mile-a-minute life causes. However, our modern “dead” foods are sadly lacking in this vital ingredient. Since the civilized diet has very little of the vital B-Complex vitamins, our bodies suffer from the same deficiency. No wonder the world is sick!

This Blog is moderated. It is created to be informative, inspiring and uplifting. Our positive philosophy at Bragg is to communicate with love and respect. As Paul and Patricia Bragg teach, in expressing your thoughts and opinions to others, ask yourself: "Is it good, is it kind, is it necessary?" All comments that do not fit this philosophy will not be posted.