Thursday, September 18, 2008

D is for Diabetes, but No Dairy = Cure

D is for Diabetes
"The National Dairy Board's Slogan, 'Milk. It does a body good,' sounds a
little hollow these days."
Scientific American, October, 1992
"Studies have suggested that bovine serum albumin is the milk
protein responsible for the onset of diabetes... Patients with insulin-
dependent diabetes mellitus produce antibodies to cow milk proteins that
participate in the development of islet dysfunction... Taken as a whole, our
findings suggest that an active response in patients with IDDM (to the
bovine protein) is a feature of the autoimmune response."
New England Journal of Medicine, July 30, 1992
"In lieu of the recent evidence that cow's milk protein may be implicated in
the pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus, we believe that the Committee on
Nutrition should clarify whether cow's milk is ever appropriate for children
and whether or not infant formulas that are based on cow's milk protein are
appropriate alternatives to breast milk."
Pediatrics, July, 1992: 89
"Antibodies to bovine beta-casein are present in over a third of IDDM
patients and relatively non-existent in healthy individuals."
LANCET, October, 1996, 348
"Cow's milk proteins are unique in one respect: in industrialized countries
they are the first foreign proteins entering the infant gut, since most
formulations for babies are cow milk-based. The first pilot stage of our
IDD prevention study found that oral exposure to dairy milk proteins in
infancy resulted in both cellular and immune response...this suggests the
possible importance of the gut immune system to the pathogenesis of IDD."
LANCET, Dec 14, 1996
"Introduction of dairy products and high milk consumption during childhood
may increase the child's risk of developing juvenile diabetes."
Diabetologia 1994;37(4):381-387
"These new studies, and more than 20 well-documented previous ones, have
prompted one researcher to say the link between milk and juvenile diabetes
is 'very solid'."
Diabetes Care 1994;17(12)
Robert Cohen author of: MILK A-Z
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Do you enjoy Chocolate?

If you enjoy dairy products, I'm sure you take some form of medication, please visit, cure yourself, rid your body of excess mucous, allergens and unnecessary proteins. Enjoy this article!


Milk chocolate is called a "comfort food" for good reason.
This so-called snack is more than just psychologically
addictive. Regular users of milk chocolate become addicts
and slaves to a naturally occurring milk opiate that is
similar to morphine.
This is a part of Mother Nature's infinitely wondrous plan,
to make nursing more than pleasurable. Casomorphin is
addictive. That's why weaning is so difficult for any
species of mammal. Man's folly is his ability to concentrate
milk products into so-called comfort foods and further
create addicts to that naturally occurring milk opiate.
What follows is the most distressing and morally offensive
story that I have ever witnessed.
M & M's once melted in people's mouths not in their hands.
After reading today's column, those same M & M's will melt
and fuse the most disturbing image into your soul.
I grew up in New York City in the 1950s, and like any child
loved candy, particularly chocolate.
In the late 50s, it was safe enough for a third grade
student to walk from P.S. 78 in the Bronx to a Boston Road
pizzeria, where a slice was just 15 cents and the soda a
dime. I would have plenty left over from the dollar bill
given to me by my mother to enjoy a pocket filled with
chocolate treats from the corner candy store.
My favorite candy was contained within a large glass jar.
These miniature models of little chocolate babies were
addictive! I did not know until recently that a naturally
occurring opiate, a morphine-like substance in milk,
casomorphin, would be the source of my insatiable love for
chocolate. I just knew what I liked. Casomorphin has been
identified as a factor in attention deficit disorder and
What made these treats special was how lifelike they looked.
Each piece was a tiny brown chewy doll with distinct facial
Other kids on my block and in my school called these
chocolate candies "nigger babies."
Black children had to endure the stereotypes created by a
world in which there were still civil war survivors. Rosa
Parks had not yet taken her famous bus ride. Martin Luther
King had not yet had his dream.
The 1950s was a time in which Little Black Sambo was a
goodnight story many preschoolers were read before bed. I
can still remember the illustrations. There were no Dr.
Seuss or Shel Silverstein books to enlighten 6-year-olds.
One of the most popular comedy TV shows was Amos & Andy, and
the Jack Benny comedy show had a character, Rochester, who
was no role model of equality for children of African
Malcolm X and Jesse Jackson were still in school, and Al
Sharpton had not yet offended his first white brother.
Fifty years later, the world has changed, and much of the
physical, and psychological slavery imposed upon those with
black skin has disappeared. We still have some work to do,
of course, but things in America have changed so that
opportunities for all people of all color have merged
twenty-first century America into a melting pot of many
cultures and races. Our national motto, from many into one,
E pluribus unum, is now a matter of national pride and
This is not so in the rest of the world.
There is an injustice, and the oppressed children of the
nation of Ivory Coast and adjacent territories are being
sold into slavery to support one industry.
Hershey, Nestle, and Mars candy bar lovers have got to come
to terms with this one.
Most of the world's cocoa beans are grown on the more than
600,000 cocoa farms located in the nation of Ivory Coast.
Tens of thousands of children have been kidnapped from their
homes and sold into slavery. These children plant, pick,
bag, and carry the beans for plantation owners.
Lawrence T. Graham, president of the Chocolate Manufacturers
Association admits:
"The industry alone can't fix this. We're
dealing with a sovereign government."
Chocolate manufactures have known about slavery for many
years and have not done a thing about it. Perhaps it's now
time for consumers to act.
Milk chocolate is the weakness of American dieters. The
first ingredient is sugar. The second ingredient is milk.
The third ingredient is the cocoa bean, brought directly to
you upon the blood, sweat, and tears of children living in
With each bit of chocolate that melts in your mouth, you
also deliver allergenic proteins and bovine growth hormones
to your cells. With each bite of chocolate, you endorse the
world's greatest injustice.
Sneaker and clothing manufacturers have suffered the anger
of a buying public, who, aware of inequities, refuse to
support companies responsible for such abuse. Chavez led a
movement that exposed the plight of migrant workers.
Slavery takes this abuse of humans to a new level.
Chocolate consumers must be made aware that the purchase of
each candy bar continues to support the world's most
horrifying secret.
Chocolate milk drinkers of the world unite!
African American school children are the targets of dairy
industry marketing. Drink dairy or soy chocolate milk and
add fuel to a system that perpetrates slavery.
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Yummy Simple Ice Cream

2 cups cashews
2 cups water
1/2 cup Raw Agave Nectar
1 tsp vanilla or vanilla bean
add variation or none at all

variations: chocolate ice cream: 1/2 cup cacao
Coconut flavor: 2 tbsp coconut butter
Minty Flavor: 1 tsp mint

Blend on high speed until smooth, then use ice cream maker or freeze and stir as it thickens. Um, Um, Good!!!!! Make a strawberry syrup or any kind to top your ice cream when it is frozen. It's just like real ice cream!!!

Healthy Fruits & Vegetables


Grapes w/seeds - high in antioxidants, helps against cholesterol, helps to keep arteries flexible
Strawberry - 1 cup has more fiber than 2 slices whole wheat bread, blood purifiers & chlorophyll in stems
Blueberry - boost memory, high in antioxidants
Lemon - helps to detoxify your bloodstream and your liver
Banana - sooths a cough, high in potassium, magnesium and monounsaturated fats
Cantaloupe - 2ND most nutritious fruit, the seeds 7 times more nutritious than the cantaloupe
Pineapple - Bromelein in the core is used in over the counter medications to aid in digestion and suppress inflammation
Apple - helps to cushion your joints, has 300 nutrients and high in fiber


Cruciferous Vegetables are cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts and cauliflower. They are all cancer fighters and should be eaten in their natural state. Make Cole Slaw or a Cabbage Salad, chop your broccoli in the Vita Mix and sprinkle over your salad, you can also mash cauliflower and add seasonings in the Vita Mix to make delicious raw mashed potatoes. Chop your Brussel Sprouts up and add them to a raw soup. Enjoy!!

Garlic - 8 cloves a day will keep the doctor away, the rest of the family and all of your friends as well, just have some parsley with it, it will definitely help.

More Healthy Fruits & Vegetables to come..................

What DO you peel and what DON'T you peel, that is the question?

Peel Outer Skin
Cantaloupe use seeds
Pineapple keep core
Orange leave on White Pith
Mango pitch skin and seed

Leave Peel, Rind On, Seeds & Stem
Watermelon with seeds and rind
Lemon w/peel and seeds
Lime w/peel and seeds
Apple w/skin and core and seeds
Honey Dew with rind and seeds
Blackberries, Strawberries and Raspberries seeds will be liquified
Avocado pits can be used - cancer fighting properties, keeps guacamole green

Remove Seed or Pit

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

What is Oil Pulling?

Get ready for some exciting news and it's so simple, the benefits will knock your "Holy" Socks off! This is a natural remedy at it's best! For starters go purchase unrefined sunflower oil or sesame oil or both, try your best to get organic. The oil should be yellow in color, do not get toasted sesame oil, you also want to pick up some baking soda and a quality sea salt. That is a very short shopping list for such a huge investment in your health. Get ready for a load of information! Here are a few of the benefits allergies, sinus, acne, gum disease, loose teeth, sleepless nights, yellow teeth, out of control appetite, tiredness all gone! I've done it for a while now, all I can say is it's easy and worth a try. When I have my next dental appointment I will compare the results of a previous appointment. At my last appointment I was told I have deep pockets under my gums and that I needed right under my gums scrapped and antibiotic needed to be applied. Well, I've taken no medication in over 4 years now so that was out of the question. I'm hopeful that the Oil Pulling will help. All you need to do before breakfast and even water in the morning is swish, pull and chew 1 tbsp of oil in your mouth for 15-20 minutes, spit in the toilet, it should be foamy white, then rinse with a mixture of warm water and 1/2 tsp of baking soda and salt, brush with baking soda and salt if you'd like gently or use regular toothpaste, then drink 2-3 glasses of water. This can be done 3 times a day or more on an empty stomach. Don't swallow the oil it's toxic. Check out for a wealth of information on oil pulling, just click the remedies section and scroll down to the middle of the page, click on the letter "O" and then choose oil pulling and read all about it! The website is packed with natural remedies. Happy natural healing!

Simple Vita Mix Recipes, Banana Ice Cream, Mango Carrot Lemonade, Strawberry Lemonade, Salad Dressing

Banana Ice Cream w/ Strawberry Glaze

3 frozen bananas

Place in Vita Mix, turn machine on high speed, use tamper until you have a creamy texture.


6 strawberries
1/2-1 tbsp maple syrup, honey or 2 dates
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice

Place ingredients in Vita Mix and blend until smooth, pour over banana ice cream and enjoy!

Mango, Carrot, Lemonade

1 fresh mango
1 large carrot
1/4 lemon w/rind
2 cups of ice
2 tbsp honey

Blend on high speed until you have a delicious juice, Enjoy!

Strawberry Lemonade

2 cups of red grapes
6 strawberries with steam
1/4 lemon w/rind
3 tbsp honey
2 cups ice

Blend on high until you have a smooth Strawberry Lemonade!

Salad Dressings

1/2 cup Organic Vinegar
1/3 cup Organic Olive Oil
1 tbsp Bragg Liquid Aminos or Nama Shoyu

To this recipe you can add garlic 1-2 cloves, honey 1-2 tsp or 1/2 cup fresh herbs, try 1/2 cup of sun dried tomatoes for a Sun Dried Tomato dressing. Blend on high speed until smooth.

Check your local health food stores for Nama Shoyu (raw soy sauce) and Bragg's Products. Check out No Bonez's Links.