Tagged: Dietary fiber

What to Eat to Treat Indigestion

Indigestion affects the nervous, glandular, and digestive/detoxifi­cation immune centers. “I stand in awe of my body,” said Thoreau. You should, too—espe­cially your gut. More than 60 percent of the body’s antibodies are produced there....

Boost your Immunity with Yogurt

Yogurt benefits the nervous, digestive/detoxification, and muscu­loskeletal immune centers. Did you know that if you’re the average American eater you will con­sume a total of twenty tons of food during your lifetime? This job...

Boost your Immunity with Whole Grains

Whole grains benefit the digestive/detoxification, musculoskeletal, and respiratory immune centers. The way we do anything is the way we do everything, yoga masters tell us. Just so. Take bread, for example: are you the...

Boost your Immunity with Potatoes

Potatoes benefit the cardiovascular, nervous, and glandular immune centers. Potatoes have eyes; potatoes also have legs and they go the distance for you nutritionally. They make good immunity-boosting medicine. A potato or two, properly...

Boost your Immunity with Oats

Oats benefit the cardiovascular, nervous, glandular, musculoskeletal, digestive/detoxification, and respiratory immune centers. When you go “bowling” at breakfast, add oats. Used originally as medicinal food and originating in Asia as the red oat, oats...

Boost your Immunity with Legumes

Legumes benefit the cardiovascular, glandular, and musculoskel­etal immune centers. “You can tell a lot about a fellow’s character by his way of eating jel­lybeans,” observed President Ronald Reagan. You can also tell a lot...

Boost your Immunity with Citrus Fruits

Citrus fruits benefit the cardiovascular, glandular, digestive/detox­ification, and musculoskeletal immune centers. On an average day, 50 percent of all Americans eat no fruit at all, according to the USDA. But when they do, they...

Boost your Immunity with Carrots

Carrots benefit the cardiovascular, glandular, and digestive/detox­ification immune centers. Carrot in front of your nose? Get it in your mouth, and your eyes will thank you. So will almost everything else below your line...