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September 19, 2017

Are You Trying to Avoid Soy? Puree of Squash

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September 14, 2017

Self-Help Care for Healthy Lungs

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Self-Help Care for Healthy Lungs

Bragg book “Super Power Breathing for Super Health; page 81

Because standard drugs are suppressive in nature, they tend to perpetuate asthma and reduce the chance that it will disappear on its own – especially in children. Try these natural self-care measures to prevent attacks, improve lung health and lessen the need for any drugs; * use a peak-flow meter; * reduce asthma & respiratory triggers; * drink 8 to 10 glasses of distilled water daily; * supplement your diet daily with 3,000 mg. vitamin C; * say no to milk & dairy products; * change your diet; * be manipulated; * exercise wisely; * clear the air; * hang some plants; * relax and * consider healing healthy alternatives.”

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August 24, 2017

AUGUST Is €śNational Water Quality” Month

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AUGUST is “National Water Quality” Month

Give Water

Your Body is 70% Water! Water is Key to All Body Functions! Besides air and food, what is more important than water? Sadly in today’s world, water often contains harmful impurities. Tests have shown that tap water can be tainted with agricultural, urban, industrial and water treatment pollutants, plus harmful chemicals such as f luoride, sodium chloride, calcium phosphate, sodium phosphate and magnesium phosphate. Many of our Nation’s ground water is being polluted by waste from livestock – cattle, pork, poultry. Even rain can have high levels of life-threatening acids. For many years now Bragg has been teaching people that distilled water is healthiest! The water you drink can make or break your health.

Water is Key to All Body Functions!(bragg.com)

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New Bragg E-Book Special $9.90 for All 10!

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New Bragg e-Book Special $9.90 for all 10!

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August 11, 2017

Use of Herbs and Spices for Taste Delights

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Use of Herbs and Spices for Taste Delights

Bragg Sprinkle (24 Herbs & Spices)

For real adventure in food, one need not go to China, Borneo, Malaysia or Egypt. With a good stock of choice herbs on the kitchen shelf, the wise cook can transform ordinary foods into exquisite delicacies. Dishes can be prepared that have come to use from far away countries and times, and have been translated into the true style of modern health cookery. Herbs were the first medicine of humanity, and although they are a seldom practiced art today, they still give hint of luscious feats and dishes with aromatic fragrances,which is their real function. They are true vegetable substances with pungent quality, and belong in all good nutritional health cookery. Few modern kitchens rely upon the old fashion herb garden. Fresh herbs are a great treat, and you can even have a kitchen window still with herb plants – plus stock your pantry with Bragg Sprinkle (24 herbs & spices) for delicious herb flavors and stock a variety of dried herbs. Many stores now have fresh herbs in the vegetable section. Bragg Sprinkle Seasoning is an original blend of 24 herbs & spices and is salt free.

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August 10, 2017

Your Precious Nerve Force. The Spinal Cord Is the Body’s Vital “Control Center”

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Your Precious Nerve Force
The Spinal Cord is the Body’s Vital “Control Center”

Men do not die, they kill themselves with wrong habits.
– Seneca, Roman Philosopher

The most important important function of the spine is to protect the spinal cord, the vital control center without which the musculoskeletal system and other vital organs of the body could not operate. Not even the most sophisticated computer system can match the performance of this cord of nerve tissue. Less than 12 feet long, little more than 3-inch in diameter and weighing about an ounce.

The spinal cord is the calculator and relay center of a vast and intricate miracle network of nerves that reach into every part of the human body.

The spinal cord passes through the canal formed by the vertebral arches, continuous with and extending downward from the base of the brain. At the first lumbar vertebra, the single cord ends in a number of delicate filaments or threads that extend to the end of the spine and fasten the spinal cord to the coccyx. Cerebrospinal fluid maintains pressure in the cord, which is insulated from the bony canal by three layers of coverings called meninges.

The nervous system is the communication system of your body. Your nervous system is made up of vital nerves which extend throughout your body and brain and vary noticeable in diameter.

Page 33, Bragg book “Back Fitness Program

 

 

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August 3, 2017

Spinach and Nut Loaf

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Spinach and Nut Loaf

Spinach and Nut Loaf, page 125 pf Bragg book “Vegetarian Health Recipes

Try Bragg products for this Yummy Recipe!

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.

July 25, 2017

We Thank Thee

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We Thank Thee!

Blessings from Dr. Patricia Bragg

Page 242

Ralph Waldo Emerson
Bragg book “Vegetarian Health Recipes.”

For flowers that bloom about our feet; For song of bird and hum of bee; For all things fair we hear or see. Further in heaven we thank. Thee! For pleasant shade of braches high; For fragrant air and cooling breeze; For beauty of the blooming trees; Further in heaven we thank. Thee! For mother love and father care; For brothers strong and sisters fair; For love at home and here each day; For guidance lest we go astray; Father in heaven we thank Thee! For this new morning with its light; For rest and shelter of the night;For health and food, for love and friends; For everything His goodness sends; Further in heaven we thank Thee! Ralph Waldo Emerson. See page 242 of Bragg’s book “Vegetarian Health Recipes.”

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July 21, 2017

Have Special Rejuvenating Health Days

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Have Special Rejuvenating Health Days

“Bragg Healthy Lifestyle”

CalendarPatricia

Special Days for Health

We have “Special Health Days” – on these days we consume only fresh fruit and juice of fresh fruit. Dad and I often do a few days of only watermelon and its juice when these wonderful melons are blood-red, ripe and plentiful. We call this “The Bragg Watermelon Flush” We enjoy going to the beach, lake, river or mountain resort armed with plenty of watermelons, and feast on absolutely nothing but this fruit for 1-3 days. You may also chew and eat the seeds (helps reduce swelling or edema due to excess retained water from eating processed foods and salt). We love to cult the watermelon up and make juice, using juicer or cheesecloth as a strainer. We put this delicious liquid in a glass battle and refrigerate. When thirsty after hiking, playing tennis, exercising, etc. in the warm sunshine, we enjoy our watermelon and its juice – you will also!

When the body is clean and purified you no lnger crave rich heavy foods. When you re-educate the 260 taste buds of your mouth, it’s almost impossible to let any unhealthy food enter your system. Your clean, newly educated taste buds will refuse to let these foods pass by them. They become the loving, wise guardians of your Holy Temple – Your Body!

Watermelon and its Seeds are Best Natural Kidney Cleanser – read more on page 54 of Bragg book “Bragg Healthy Lifestyle”

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May 31, 2017

Benefits of Walking Are Abundant

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Benefits of Walking are Abundant

Benefits of Walking are Abundant. Excerpt from Bragg’s Build Strong Healthy Feet
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WalkingFamily

Walking Can Be A Wonderful Family Event

The muscles of the feet, calves, thighs, buttocks and abdomen all work when you walk. The oxygen your body needs to function properly is distributed more effectively. The heart works harder, sending blood coursing through your veins to improve your entire circulation. Even low or moderate-intensity walking can offer many important cardiovascular benefits, according to medical researchers.

Regular walking: 3 to 4 times a week for 30 to 60 minutes, depending on intensity, can help normalize cholesterol, blood pressure, elimination and also fights osteoporosis.  Walking also reduces anxiety and tension and aids in weight loss. There are 3,500 calories in a pound of fat. If an overweight person walks just 20 minutes a day and does not change their eating habits, they can start losing weight.

Other benefits include the strengthening and toning of muscles, weight control and ridding the body of toxins through perspiration. A regular exercise program such as walking also has a tremendously positive effect on mental attitude. Just the act of getting out and doing something physical is, in itself, a mood elevator. The increase of blood circulation in the brain lifts the spirits, calms you down and makes you feel more self-confident.

There are also chemical reactions caused by brisk walking that increase the level of endorphins, which are vital chemicals in the body that make us feel good! Walking is an exercise that needs no gym, natural medicine that requires no prescription, weight control without diet, a cosmetic not sold in a drugstore. It is the tranquilizer without a pill, the therapy without a psychoanalyst, the fountain of youth that is no legend. A walk is a healthy mini-vacation that does not cost a cent. So, it’s easy to see that there is nothing to lose and everything to gain by investing in a good pair of walking shoes and going for a healthy fun walk.

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