The Mediterranean Diet
is a Natural Cure

The Mediterranean Diet is a Natural Cure--

The Mediterranean Diet includes a huge array of food choices.

Try some tasty new recipes.

...and a defense against aging rapidly, heart disease, cancer, and Dementia.

Once your body gives out--

and the symptoms are critical--

it's too late to make easy diet changes that can help you much.

Why not start now and eat your way into a healthy lifestyle with the Mediterranean Diet?

It's a lot less trouble and expense to switch your diet than suffer through disease, the dangers of allopathic prescription drugs and surgery, isn't it?

Allopathic procedures and medicines - Caution!

"Annually, over a
deaths are caused by medicine
(latrogenic illness*).

This is more than
cardiovascular disease
(the second leading cause
of death) and cancer
(the third cause of death.)

Medicines are the number one cause of death in the US. *[Causes of iatrogenesis include medical error, negligence, and the adverse effects or interactions of prescription drugs.]

Find an "alternative route" to health and wellness.

It's all about you -- and your attitudes and mind-set.

The process of changing your diet appears easy but it does take Focus and repetition to initiate lasting change. You cannot reason yourself out of a position you were not reasoned into.

You inherited your diet habits from your family (and genes). You likely accept it as "fact" -- and that's why you can only change those habits with a plan and repetition: Reading about it won't do it - you know that from experience.

You can take action and make a plan - will you? Here's some facts to get you started with the Mediterranean Diet -- a Natural Cure that is aimed at Health and Wellness.

"The Mediterranean Diet is more than
just a diet -- it's a lifestyle.

Finding fulfillment in exercise, the outdoors,
and nurturing relationships -- all part of living
Mediterranean style -- will help prevent you
falling back into unhealthy habits.

It's the most pleasurable way of
eating and living I can imagine."

Eve Adamson

Mediterranean diet as a Lifestyle choice.

The staples of the Mediterranean diet include fresh organic fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds, legumes, seafood, yogurt, olive oil, and red wine. Eat food that is in season and locally grown, and avoid processed food.

Eating healthy, tasty food is easier than treating diseases.

Take a little time to switch over to healthy eating habits.

The Mediterranean Diet: a Natural Cure.

Symptoms of poor diet and nutrition like obesity, diabetes, and heart disease work together to speed dementia and other brain problems.

You can take steps now to revers the decline.

The Mediterranean Diet is a simple solution, proven to restore health and promote longevity.

Research over ten years found the Mediterranean diet lowered blood pressure, reduced body weight, blood fats, and blood sugar and insulin levels - all contributing to a longer life expectancy.

The Mediterranean diet also protects the brain with up to a 40% less risk of developing Dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

"Memory is life.

Without it you have
no past and no context
for the present, and
without a presnt you
have no way to plan
for the future.

If you don't protect
your memory,
you will lose it."

Dr Arnold Bresky

Alzheimer's is the 7th leading cause of death.

Before the age of 65 there is only one chance in 1,000 of contracting Alzheimer's disease.

However, at 65 there is one chance in only 20 of escaping.

By the time you reach the age of 80, one in five has Alzheimer's ....and by the age of 85, one in two people has the disease.

There are no cures - you can ONLY rely on Natural Cures earlier in your life, like diet and a stress relief plan of action, to prevent the conditions that foster disease.

The Mediterranean Diet: Basic Dietary Guideline

Use olive oil in everything.
Oleocanthal, a compound in olive oil reduces inflammation, which prevents conditions like heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, Alzheimer's, and autoimmune diseases, as well as certain cancers.

Omega-3 fatty acids (fish) have been shown to reduce the incidence of heart attacks, blood clots, hypertension, and strokes; and prevent some cancers and lower the risk of neurological disorders like Dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Diet specifics.

  • 80% of the diet is fruits, vegetables, bread and other cereals, potatoes, beans, nuts and seeds.

  • Olive oil is the primary monounsaturated fat source

  • Dairy products, red meat and poultry are eaten infrequently

  • Fish and eggs are consumed one to four times a week

  • Red wine is consumed in low to moderate amounts

Implementing the Mediterranean diet.

Switching to a Mediterranean diet is easy. Eat small portions of high-quality food that tastes delicious and you'll maintain your optimum body weight. Choose plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, limit red meat, and eat fish at least once a week. Switch to skim milk, fat-free yogurt and low-fat cheese.

The Mediterranean Diet Action Plan

  • Eat a variety of whole fruits and vegetables every day in seven to 10 servings. Fruit salads are a wonderful way to eat a variety of healthy fruit.

  • Have snack-foods on handy- carrots, celery, apples, bananas, avocados, walnuts, almonds, pecans and Brazil nuts. Eat organic natural peanut butter without the sugars.

  • Use canola or olive oil in cooking. Use olive oil for salad dressing and to replace dairy. Dip bread in flavored olive oil or lightly spread it on whole-grain bread.

  • Add fish and poultry (replacing red meat and eliminate sausage, bacon and high-fat meats.)

    Take a walk in the fresh air and sunshine.

    Exercise is a big part of a healthy lifestyle.

    Eat grilled (in olive oil) or baked fish once or twice a week.

    Healthier choices are water-packed tuna, salmon, trout, mackerel and herring.

    Eat "deep sea caught and quick frozen and not "local off-shore" fish to avoid pollutants and mercury.

  • Whole grains in their natural state are full of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. Use whole grain foods like bread, pasta, potatoes, polenta, rice, and couscous. "Ezekial 4:9" bread is organic and wheat and gluten free...and comes with cinnamon and raisons too.

  • Enjoy a glass of red wine with meals. Red wine lowers the rates of heart disease, due to antioxidants (transresveratrol and oligomeric proanthocyanidin (OPC) keep blood circulation healthy and prevent blood clots from forming.)

  • Fruit for dessert is naturally sweet and has fiber and nutrients (apples, grapes, and oranges). Omit pastry and processed sweats. Use honey as a natural sweetner - and for hot drinks - don't heat over 105º to retain it's nutritional and curative properties.

  • Natural teas. Boil water in a glass pot and add fresh mint, eucalyptus leaves or organic varieties - Steep and serve. Make healthy natural teas with ginger and lemon grass: boil in a glass pot for 20 minutes.

  • Take a walk. The Mediterranean diet is successful in part because the people walk everywhere -- and exercise is a natural part of the Mediterranean lifestyle. Your body can not function without it - and your lymph system needs movement to work at all. Once you have increased your nutrition you'll find you have the added energy to walk or ride your bike.

Why not give the Mediterranean Diet a try? Sample Chef Judith's favorite Mediterranean Diet Recipes. Chef Judith Fine-Sarchielli lived in Europe, (mainly Tuscany) for over twenty years, where she became an expert in the traditional Mediterranean Diet. She served as a personal chef in over 100 homes, and has over thirty years experience as food coach, food writer, and culinary instructor.

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Health Quotes

& Stress Quotes

drugs come with
information sheets
listing voluminous
side effects that
range from irritating
to deadly.

When a drug is
introduced into
the body to treat a
malfunction in one
protein, that drug
inevitable interacts
with at least one
and possibly many
other proteins.

Complicating the drug
side-effec issue is
also the fact that
biological systems are
redundant. The same
signals or protein
molecules may be
simultaneously used in
different organs and
tissues where they
provide for
completely different
behavioral functions."
Bruce H. Lipton, PhD

"The presence of the disease
presupposes the existence
of unresolved
emotional issues,
whether the patient
is consciously aware
of them or not."
Eric Robins, MD

speaking, your body
cannot tell the
the injection of
chemicals that is
triggered by an
objective threat
[real tiger in
the bush] and a
subjective threat -
your resentment."
Dawson Church, PhD

"Your thoughts are
not contained in your
head -- they are part
of the Quantum Field.

When playing through
your nervous system
the thoughs generate
a vibatory field
similar to that of a
tuning fork.

Thought vibrations
interact and entangle
with harmonically
resonant structures
in the Field.

We activate and
bring into our lives
the things that we
think about the most.

Psychologists reveal
that over 70% of our
thoughts are negative
and redundant. Do the
Dr. Bruce Lipton

"Cheerfulness in most
cheerful people, is
the rich and
satisfying result of
strenuous discipline."
Edwin Percy Whipple

"There came a time
when the risk to
remain tight in the
bud was more painful
than the risk it took
to blossom."
Anais Nin

"It is impossible for
anyone to simply
observe the world
around them.

If we are watching
something and we
have thoughts,
feelings, emotions and
beliefs about it,
which we all will, then
by virtue of the
Field, we have become
part of what we
are watching."
Gregg Braden

"There is no
expedient to which a
man will not resort
to avoid the real
labor of thinking."
Sir Joshua Reynolds

"Positive thoughts
have a profound
effect on behavior
and genes but only
when they are in
harmony with
programming. And
negative thoughts
have an equally
powerful effect."
Bruce H. Lipton, PhD

"It is the purpose of
our lives to be
Dali Lama

"Worrying is like a
rocking chair, it gives
you something to do,
but it gets you
Glenn Turner

"Stress is the trash
of modern life - we
all generate it but if
you don't dispose of
it properly, it will
pile up and overtake
your life."
Danzae Pace

"Our doubts are
traitors, and make us
lose the good we oft
might win, by fearing
to attempt."
William Shakespeare

disorders affect less
than 2% of the
population; the vast
majority of people
come into this world
with genes that should
enable them to live a
happy and healthy

The diseases that are
today's scourges --
diabetes, heart
diseases, and cancer -
- short circuit a
happy and healthy

These diseases,
however, are not the
result of a single
gene, but of complex
interactions among
multiple genes and
Bruce H. Lipton, PhD

If things go wrong,
don't go with them."
Roger Babson

"The way you treat
yourself sets the
standard for others."
Sonya Friedman

"Only man clogs his
happiness with care,
destroying what is
with thoughts of what
may be."
John Dryden

“If you ask what is
the single most
important key to
longevity, I would
have to say it is
avoiding worry,
stress and tension.
And if you didn't ask
me, I'd still have to
say it.”
George Burns

"Courage is the power
to let go of the
Raymond Lindquist

"Scientists cannot
understand the
mysteries of the
Universe using only
linear thinking.

The Universe is one
indivisible, dynamic
whole in which energy
and matter are so
deeply entangled it is
impossible to
consider them as
Bruce H. Lipton, PhD