Dr. Terry Wahls
A very inspiring story. Dr. Wahls was diagnosed with MS,
then found her cure for it through food.
them or as a salad.
9 cups = 3 plates full of vegetables.
I'm very impressed with Dr. Wahls' work. She was determined to find a cure for her ailment . With the ability to access labs and the her knowledge to seek out answers to her condition, she has given the rest of us insight to the functions of our cells and what's needed in order to obtain optimum health.
Minding My Mitochondria
Uploaded on Nov 30, 2011Editor's note: This talk is a personal narrative and is not yet backed by larger experimentation.
Part 2- the diet
To get a better understanding of how the cell works, my son sent me this video which gave me an aha! moment. I feel much more connected to my cells since watching this. I want to make sure I take care of them as best as I can.
BBC Secret Universe: The Hidden Life of the Cell
To the lay person- until you see this movie you will think about the cell as a middle school science project. You will have a greater understanding about the needs of our cells as Dr. Wahls describes.
Food As Medicine: Brain HealthMore in-depth detail of diet
At first I wondered why this MS cure isn't being shouted from the mountaintops? Front page newsworthy right? Well, wrong. There would be too much monetary loss for the giants in the industries. Let me list some here.
1) Pharmaceutical industry
2) Wheat farmers
3) Bread, cracker,cereal, cake, pasta, and cookie manufacturers
4) Animal feed industries
6) FDA and others that are paid to pass corrupted food on to the consumer.
With that said, which industry do you think will give up their share of profits for the sake of healthier people?
In 2007, the ten largest U.S. companies in this sector according to Food Processing
were Kraft Foods, Tyson Foods, PepsiCo, Nestle, Anheuser-Busch, General Mills, Dean
Foods, Smithfield Foods, ConAgra Foods, and Cadbury Schweppes. Kraft Foods, the
largest in the industry, employs 103,000 employees, has more than 180 manufacturing
and processing facilities worldwide, and reported net revenues of $37 billion in 2007.
Kraft also manufactures some of the industry’s leading brands, such as Oreo, Nabisco,
Oscar Mayer, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, and Maxwell House coffee.
Below: some random sites with some cute and healthy ideas