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February 25, 2010

At Party With Sam Choy, Famous Hawaiian Chef

Filed under: Patricia Bragg — Tags: , , , — admin @ 1:13 PM

Recently I was at a Hon­olulu party and spent time with famous Hawai­ian Chef  Sam Choy who has dropped over 200 lbs in the past two years with his new healthy regime.

Sam Choy’s  Mid­Week and TV col­umn fea­tured  the “Cutty’s Healthy Eat­ing Tips“ prais­ing  Bragg Liq­uid Aminos as the best healthy alter­na­tive to soy sauce and the fol­low­ing list was writ­ten about Bragg Liq­uid Aminos:

Braggs vs. Soy Sauce:

  • A healthy alter­na­tive to soy and tamari sauce
  • No table salt or preser­v­a­tives are added;lower in sodium
  • Liq­uid pro­tein with 16 dif­fer­ent amino acids — the vital build­ing blocks of life
  • Humans pro­duce 10 of the 20 amino acids found within pro­tein; the rest must come from our food and supplements.


CUTTY’S  HEALTHY  FRIED  RICE DISH

We’ll take a tra­di­tional local Hawai­ian dish and sub­sti­tute healthy, organic ingre­di­ents as follows:

  • brown rice, cooked­Bragg Organic Olive Oil
  • 2 organic eggs (whites only)
  • 3 car­rots, grate or thinly chopped
  • Maui onions, chop
  • gar­lic, mince
  • gin­ger, mince
  • 3 Tbsps cilantro or pars­ley, chop
  • 2 shakes Bragg Sprin­kle 24 Herbs-Spices
  • Bragg Liq­uid Aminos, to taste

In sauté pan or wok, add olive oil, then sauté gar­lic, gin­ger, grated or thinly chopped car­rots until soft­ened. Add egg whites and keep mix­ing, then add cooked brown rice and sea­son with Bragg Sprin­kle. Add finely chopped Maui onions and Bragg Liq­uid Aminos to taste, and a lit­tle chopped cilantro or pars­ley for taste and color. For spe­cial fla­vor delights sprin­kle over top Bragg Nutri­tional Yeast

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.

December 10, 2009

Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar Weight Loss Video

Filed under: Patricia Bragg — Tags: , , — admin @ 12:52 PM

Thank you so much Yovanni for post­ing this video! It’s won­der­ful! (Of course, I rec­om­mend dis­tilled water with ACV but if it works for you, Yovanni, then that’s fan­tas­tic! It won’t hurt and you like it, so that’s great!)

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.

October 28, 2009

Vegetable Juice Aided in Dietary Support for Weight Loss and Lower Blood Pressure

Filed under: Health News — Tags: , , , , , , — (author unknown) @ 6:00 AM

Decades of stud­ies have doc­u­mented the link between eat­ing a diet rich in veg­eta­bles and mul­ti­ple health ben­e­fits, yet nearly eight out of 10 peo­ple world­wide fall short of the daily rec­om­men­da­tion. Research pre­sented at the Inter­na­tional Sym­po­sium on Human Health Effects of Fruits and Veg­eta­bles sug­gests the best approach may be to focus on the fac­tors that are often behind this veg­etable gap: con­ve­nience and enjoyment.

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September 13, 2009

Adult Weight Gain Tied to Prostate Cancer Risk

Filed under: Health News — Tags: , , — (author unknown) @ 8:00 AM

Men who pack on excess pounds as young adults are at height­ened risk of devel­op­ing prostate can­cer, although the risk varies by eth­nic group, researchers from the Uni­ver­sity of Hawaii report.

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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.

September 9, 2009

Lifestyle Changes Cut Breast Cancer Risk

Filed under: Health News — Tags: , , , — (author unknown) @ 6:00 AM

More than 70,000 breast can­cer cases a year in the U.S., or 40% of all cases, could be pre­vented with lifestyle mea­sures like main­tain­ing a healthy weight, eat­ing well, exer­cis­ing, and lim­it­ing alco­hol con­sump­tion, a new analy­sis shows.

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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 19, 2009

It’s Harmful to Your Health to Overeat!

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Excerpt from Bragg’s Healthy Heart Book — Chap­ter 13
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Sec­ond after sec­ond, minute after minute, hour after hour, day after day our faith­ful, loyal heart is work­ing to keep us alive. In both our wak­ing hours and dur­ing our sleep, our heart takes only a sixth of a sec­ond to rest between beats. The hard­est work the heart has to do is right after an indi­vid­ual has eaten. The big­ger the meal, the more work it has to do in pump­ing vast quan­ti­ties of blood into the diges­tive tract.

Overeat­ing puts more strain on the heart than any other one thing! Many peo­ple load up on a ten-course din­ner and soon after­ward suf­fer a heart attack! Overeat­ing is a dan­ger­ous, deadly habit that can lead to seri­ous con­se­quences. You should make it a habit to always get up from the table feel­ing that you could eat a lit­tle more. New stud­ies done by the U.S. Cen­ter for Dis­ease Con­trol and Pre­ven­tion, found that one out of five Amer­i­cans are obese and the rate is climb­ing yearly – it’s an epi­demic! Obe­sity is defined as any­one over 30% of their ideal body weight. This leads to high triglyc­eride lev­els which can cause dia­betes and car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease. Remem­ber, exer­cise is a major key fac­tor in low­er­ing weight and help­ing keep the heart healthy and fit. Fact: only 20% of Amer­i­cans exer­cise one hour weekly, yet they spend over 15 hours with TV and the web weekly.

Cur­rent obe­sity stud­ies show increases in all age groups. The biggest gain is in the 18 to 29 years old group at 12.1%, up from 7.1% back in 1991. Amer­i­can chil­dren (1 in 3) are more over­weight than ever! The num­ber of over­weight chil­dren ages 6 to 17, has zoomed up since the 1960’s. Over­weight chil­dren are at high risks for adult on-set heart dis­ease and dia­betes. Teach your chil­dren healthy eat­ing habits by being a healthy, trim, fit exam­ple for them.

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 16, 2007

Exercise: Fourth Step Towards Building Nerve Force

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Excerpt from Bragg’s Build Pow­er­ful Nerve Force Book — Chap­ter 5
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There is noth­ing bet­ter to build pow­er­ful Nerve Force than a brisk two to five mile hike every­day. You’re too old and flabby? Non­sense! Dad’s a great great grand­fa­ther and he loves to hike, jog, run, swim, ride his bicy­cle, climb moun­tains, play ten­nis and enjoys play­ing many other ath­letic sports. You’re never too old to start! Of course, we don’t expect you to plunge right in and become an ath­lete overnight! Do it grad­u­ally. Start out with a one mile hike every day for a week. Then increase it to two miles. As you exer­cise your mus­cles, your blood starts cir­cu­lat­ing briskly through your body. Breathe deeply and fill your lungs with oxy­gen. You will feel new vigor and vital­ity surg­ing through you! You will eat with a good appetite and you will sleep like a baby. Your Nerve Force reser­voirs will soon be filled with energy, go-power and you will have a new zest for living!

The more time you spend in the fresh air and gen­tle sun­shine doing phys­i­cal activ­ity, the greater your reserves of Nerve Force will be! In our long expe­ri­ence as teach­ers of health, fit­ness and longevity, we found those who exer­cise reg­u­larly have greater poise and a more bal­anced per­son­al­ity. They are also gen­er­ally free from ner­vous and emo­tional stress that plague the typ­i­cally inac­tive person.

This is appar­ent among chil­dren. The inac­tive child who refuses to join his play­mates in play, games and sports is gen­er­ally the “odd” child, ner­vous and emo­tion­ally unsta­ble. The active child who loves play­ing games and sports is almost always bet­ter bal­anced emo­tion­ally because their ener­gies are directed along con­struc­tive lines of action. The same holds true with teenagers. When their ener­gies are chan­neled into games, sports and out­door activ­i­ties, they don’t have idle time or energy to get into trou­ble. They enjoy bet­ter grades and health. In the Hawai­ian Islands, the swim­ming is so ideal that we have great fun host­ing swim­ming con­tests with young­sters of all ages. They splash and dive in the water, and their merry laugh­ter rings in the clear, trop­i­cal air! When we talk to the par­ents of these active chil­dren, we find they have absolutely no emo­tional or social prob­lems with them. No mat­ter what your age, exer­cise can do won­ders for you. It is never too late to start tap­ping the rich veins of vital­ity lying dor­mant within every per­son! If you want to be well-balanced emo­tion­ally and free of stresses, strains and ten­sions — make it a habit to get out­doors for phys­i­cal activ­ity at least once every day.

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.

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