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October 26, 2017

Hot Veggie Stew-Easy!

Have 15 minutes? Make a Protein-Packed Pot of Vegan Goodness!  

Beans are packed with Protein!  Prepare this crock pot of Delicious Nutritious Goodness at night, let it cook while you sleep, and wake up to an aroma of old-fashioned, soul-warming soup-

The perfect fall food that is Nutrient-dense, very affordable, and keeps for a week. No need to stress over a recipe-You can use a variety of produce and beans. If you have veggies in your garden, use them.

The Basics:

3 cups of mixed Organic Beans, plus lentils, split peas and barley as a base.

(You can mix them and store them so they are ready for use.)

3 Cups chopped Veggies. (In Photo tomatoes, zucchini, portabella mushrooms, Kale, Spinach, onions, carrots, sweet potato, celery, garlic and fresh basil were used)

3  T. Bragg Organic Olive Oil (to increase absorption of the protein & aid digestion)

2 T.  Nutritional yeast to boost B vitamins.

2 t.  Bragg Sprinkle, 24 organic herbs. (it’s salt-free)

Few sprays of Bragg Liquid Aminos

Put in all crockpot, cover with water to fill, cook overnight. 

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So quick to make, So Delicious, Soo Nutritious!

#VeganSoup  #Vegetarian soup  #High Protein soup #BraggOliveOil  #BraggSprinkle #

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 15, 2017

Health Lecture – Bragg Healthy Lifestyle

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Health Lecture – Bragg Healthy Lifestyle

10 Principals for Sustainability

Allison White talked about the Bragg Healthy Lifestyle, Kate Phillips did a Q&A on Bragg products, and D. A. Metrov talked about his BOOK OF NU- 10 Principles of Sustainability for Mind, Body, & Planet at the Goleta Valley Community Center, Sept 12, 2017

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.

February 27, 2015

Health and Longevity Radio: Wayne Dysinger, M.D., M.P.H. – President Emeritus of American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine Specialist

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Health and Longevity Radio Show: Wayne Dysinger, M.D., M.P.H. – Past President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine Specialist

Today on Health & Longevity Radio Show, Dr. Westerdahl features Wayne Dysinger, M.D., M.P.H. – Past President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine Specialist. Listen to this exciting show as Dr. Dysinger discusses the current health care crisis in America and how Lifestyle Medicine will play a critical role in the medicine of the 21st Century.  Dr. Dysinger describes his work at the Center for Health Promotion at Loma Linda University, and lends valuable insight on Lifestyle Medicine and how it differs in its approach in health care compared to conventional medicine.   Dr. Dysinger describes his work at the Center for Health Promotion at Loma Linda University.

 

>> Click here to listen to Health & Longevity Radio Podcast! <<

  Wayne-DysingerWayne Dysinger, M.D., M.P.H
Past President of American College of Lifestyle Medicine

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Dr. John Westerdahl, PhD, MPH, RD, CNS
Master Herbalist, Board Certified Anti-Ageing Health Practitioner, Health Educator

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Does the American College of Lifestyle Medicine sound familiar to you? It should!

Patricia Bragg recently visited Loma Linda University and met with  key lead­ers at Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity & Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity Med­ical Cen­ter. Included among those was Dr. Wayne Dysinger, then Chair of the Depart­ment of Pre­ven­tive Med­i­cine of Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity.

The Bragg Health Insti­tute works with Dr. Dysinger in sup­port­ing the work of Amer­i­can Col­lege of Lifestyle Med­i­cine (ACLM) to help spear­head the Lifestyle Med­i­cine move­ment in Amer­ica.  ACLM  treats dis­eases with a healthy lifestyle (nutri­tion, exer­cise, stress man­age­ment, etc.) instead of drugs & unnec­es­sary med­ical pro­ce­dures.  The Bragg Health Insti­tute is a spon­sor of ACLM national meet­ings which edu­cate med­ical doc­tors and other health pro­fes­sion­als about incor­po­rating lifestyle med­i­cine into a standard med­ical system.


Patri­cia meets with Dr. Wayne Dysinger,
Chair of Depart­ment of Pre­ven­tive Med­i­cine
at Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity.

 

Patri­cia with Dr. Wayne Dysinger & Dr. John Westerdahl

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.

November 7, 2014

Health and Longevity Radio Show: Wayne Dysinger, M.D., M.P.H. – Past President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine Specialist

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New Health and Longevity Radio Show: Wayne Dysinger, M.D., M.P.H. – Past President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine Specialist

Today on Health & Longevity Radio Show, Dr. Westerdahl features Wayne Dysinger, M.D., M.P.H. – Past President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine Specialist. Listen to this exciting show as Dr. Dysinger discusses the current health care crisis in America and how Lifestyle Medicine will play a critical role in the medicine of the 21st Century.  Dr. Dysinger describes his work at the Center for Health Promotion at Loma Linda University, and lends valuable insight on Lifestyle Medicine and how it differs in its approach in health care compared to conventional medicine.

>> Click here to listen to Health & Longevity Radio Podcast! <<

  Wayne-DysingerWayne Dysinger, M.D., M.P.H
Past President of American College of Lifestyle Medicine

HomeFruit_Vegweb
Dr. John Westerdahl, PhD, MPH, RD, CNS
Master Herbalist, Board Certified Anti-Ageing Health Practitioner, Health Educator

___________________

Does the American College of Lifestyle Medicine sound familiar to you? It should!

Patricia Bragg recently visited Loma Linda University and met with  key lead­ers at Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity & Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity Med­ical Cen­ter. Included among those was Dr. Wayne Dysinger, then Chair of the Depart­ment of Pre­ven­tive Med­i­cine of Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity.

The Bragg Health Insti­tute works with Dr. Dysinger in sup­port­ing the work of Amer­i­can Col­lege of Lifestyle Med­i­cine (ACLM) to help spear­head the Lifestyle Med­i­cine move­ment in Amer­ica.  ACLM  treats dis­eases with a healthy lifestyle (nutri­tion, exer­cise, stress man­age­ment, etc.) instead of drugs & unnec­es­sary med­ical pro­ce­dures.  The Bragg Health Insti­tute is a spon­sor of ACLM national meet­ings which edu­cate med­ical doc­tors and other health pro­fes­sion­als about incor­po­rating lifestyle med­i­cine into a standard med­ical system.


Patri­cia meets with Dr. Wayne Dysinger,
Chair of Depart­ment of Pre­ven­tive Med­i­cine
at Loma Linda Uni­ver­sity.

 

Patri­cia with Dr. Wayne Dysinger & Dr. John Westerdahl

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 4, 2012

We’re Eating What? The Drugstore in U.S. Meat.

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We’re Eating What? The Drugstore in U.S. Meat

Food consumers seldom hear about the drugs oestradiol-17, zeranol, trenbolone acetate and melengestrol acetate and the names are certainly not on meat labels. But those synthetic growth hormones are central to U.S. meat production, especially beef, and the reason Europe has banned a lot of U.S. meat since 1989.

Zeranol, widely used as a growth promoter in the U.S. beef industry, is known for its “ability to stimulate growth and proliferation of human breast tumor cells” like the “known carcinogen diethylstilbestrol (DES),” says the Breast Cancer Fund, a group dedicated to identifying and eliminating environmental causes of breast cancer. Zeranol may “play a critical role in mammary tumorigenesis” and “be a risk factor for breast cancer,” agrees a recent paper from the College of Food Science and Nutritional Engineering at China Agricultural University in Beijing.

Why is such a drug, that requires “Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment” for use– “laboratory coat, gloves, safety glasses and mask”–routinely used in U.S. meat production and not even labeled?

Melengestrol acetate, a synthetic progestin put in feed, is 30 times as active as natural progesterone, says the European Commission (EC) and trenbolone acetate, a synthetic androgen, is several times more active than testosterone. Trenbolone acetate is administered as ear implants commonly seen at livestock operations. Operators say the implants and the ears are removed from the human food supply at the slaughterhouse. Do they become feed for other animals?

Why does the European Commission ban meat made with such chemicals? “There is an association between steroid hormones and certain cancers and an indication that meat consumption is possibly associated with increased risks of breast cancer and prostate cancer,” says the EC’s Committee on Veterinary Measures. “The highest rates of breast cancer are observed in North America, where hormone-treated meat consumption is highest in the world,” it says, adding that the same statistics apply to prostate cancer.  In fact, Kwang Hwa, Korea, has only seven new cases of breast cancer per 100,000 people, says the EC report, whereas non-Hispanic Caucasians in Los Angeles have 103 new cases per 100,000 people. The breast cancer rate also increases among immigrant groups when they move to the U.S., says the report, suggesting causes are not genetic but environmental. In the overarching search for a “cure,” is the “cause” of a lot of possible U.S. breast cancer overlooked?

Another growth drug used in U.S. beef, pork and turkey–yes turkey–is ractopamine an asthma-like drug called a beta agonist. Like growth hormones, ractopamine lets livestock operators produce more weight more quickly from their animals. Ractopamine was integrated into the food supply under reporters’ and consumers’ radar more than ten years ago. It became a favorite on U.S. farms when its ability to increase muscle by “repartitioning” nutrients and slowing protein degradation was discovered in a laboratory.

Unlike other veterinary drugs used in U.S. meat that are withdrawn before slaughter (or thrown away as ears) ractopamine is begun in the days before slaughter and never withdrawn. It is given to cattle for their last 28 to 42 days, to pigs for their last 28 days, and to turkeys for their last seven to 14 days. Marketed as Paylean for pigs, as Optaflexx for cattle, and as Topmax for turkeys, ractopamine is not just banned in Europe, it is banned in 160 countries.

Public health officials and livestock specialists are increasingly questioning the drug’s wide and often clandestine use. “Ractopamine usage benefits producers, but not consumers. It is bad for animal welfare and has some bad effects on humans,” said Donald Broom, a professor at the University of Cambridge’s department of veterinary medicine, at a forum on the topic in Taipei earlier this year.

In China, the Sichuan Pork Trade Chamber of Commerce reported that more than 1,700 people have been “poisoned” from eating Paylean-fed pigs since 1998 in 2007, it seized U.S. pork for its ractopamine residues.

Thanks to the black hand of Big Meat on USDA and FDA policies, the drugstore in U.S. meat is largely hidden from food consumers. So are the health effects of the cheap, ubiquitous and unwholesome meat. END

Martha Rosenberg’s acclaimed expose of Big Food, Born with a Junk Food Deficiency, is now available in bookstores, libraries, online and as an ebook in time for the holidays.

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.

April 5, 2010

Healthy home may help keep the weight off

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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – If you’ve lost a lot of weight and want to keep it off, banishing high-fat foods and getting rid of your TV sets might help, along with eating less and staying active, new research hints.

Researchers found that people who had lost weight and had maintained a normal weight for 5 years were much more physically active than obese people who hadn’t lost weight and were also being better able to control their food intake.

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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 22, 2009

Lifestyle Has Affect on Cancer Prevention and Treatment

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There is clear evidence that lifestyle choices affect the incidence and treatment of cancer, according to a study published in the current issue of American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine (AJLM).

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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.