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October 8, 2012

The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle Gives You Go-Power, Longevity and Happiness

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The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle Gives You Go-Power, Longevity and Happiness!

An excerpt from my book Bragg Healthy Lifestyle Vital Liv­ing To 120

We enjoy a clean, healthy diet of raw and lightly cooked organic veg­eta­bles and fresh fruits. We have whole grain prod­ucts when we want them, along with raw nuts and seeds and their but­ters, and all the deli­cious beans and legumes. We thrive on this more healthy, nat­ural veg­e­tar­ian diet. If we felt our bod­ies needed flesh foods, we would eat them. But we wish to impress upon you to seek organ­i­cally fed, antibiotic-free, drug-free and hormone-free meats, if you do want them. The Islanders my father met when roam­ing the South Seas did eat cooked and raw fish, but those years the ocean was clean!

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4 Comments »

  1. I LIKE TO MIX YOUR A C V WITH WARM WATER AND PLANTATION BLACK STRAP , THEN CHILL IN THE FRIGE„, THIS STUFF IS WORTH MORE THAN GOLD TO ME, PLUS I HAVE BEEN FINDING IT AT A LOT OF MY LOCAL STORES „„ WAY TO GO, I PUT THE WORD OUT EVERY CHANCE I GET,

    Comment by RON ALEXANDER — October 8, 2012 @ 2:48 PM

  2. I am becom­ing more aware every day of the crit­i­cal impor­tance of a nat­ural and healthy diet and the impact that processed foods have on health. It is amaz­ing that most med­ical prac­ti­tion­ers still fail to see that diet is the most impor­tant fac­tor in health and that most diets are defi­cient in the nutri­ents needed for good health. I read ingre­di­ent lists on prod­ucts and mostly end-up putting the prod­uct back on the shelf. I recently had a look at the approved food addi­tive list on wikipedia and was hor­ri­fied by what I saw — thou­sands of syn­thetic chem­i­cals that are added to food — this must be wrong.

    Comment by Ben Zwarts — October 8, 2012 @ 3:33 PM

  3. Oh thank you Ron! Bless­ings of Health, Peace and Love to you! Patricia.

    Comment by admin — October 11, 2012 @ 3:58 PM

  4. Ben, Thank you for your com­ment! Bless­ings of Health, Peace and Love to you! Patricia!

    Comment by admin — October 17, 2012 @ 11:04 AM

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