Foods That Heal: A Guide to Understanding and Using the Healing Powers of Natural Foods: Unlocking the Remarkable Secrets of Eating Right for Health Vitality and Longevity

Foods That Heal: A Guide to Understanding and Using the Healing Powers of Natural Foods: Unlocking the Remarkable Secrets of Eating Right for Health Vitality and Longevity

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  • Titel:Foods That Heal: A Guide to Understanding and Using the Healing Powers of Natural Foods: Unlocking the Remarkable Secrets of Eating Right for Health Vitality and Longevity
  • Dateiname: foods-that-heal-a-guide-to-understanding-and-using-the-healing-powers-of-natural-foods-unlocking-the-remarkable-secrets-of-eating-right-for-health-vitality-and-longevity.pdf
  • ISBN: 17955895295636
  • Datum des Hochladens: 2020-01-15
  • Anzahl der Seiten: 448 Seiten
  • Autor: Dr. Bernard Jensen
  • Verlag: Dr. Bernard Jensen


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Synopsis Describes the nutritional and therapeutic benefits of various fruits and vegetables offers advice on diet and nutrition and suggests healthful recipes. Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende Dr. Bernard Jensen was one of America’s pioneering nutritionists and iridologists. Beginning his career in 1929 as a chiropractor he soon turned to the art of nutrition for his own health problems. He observed firsthand the cultural practices of people in more than fifty-five countries discovering important links between food and health. In 1955 Dr. Jensen established the Hidden Valley Ranch in Escondido California as a retreat and learning center dedicated to the healing principles of nature where he saw firsthand the value of nutrition and iridology.Over the years Dr. Jensen received many honors and awards including Knighthood in the Order of St. John of Malta; the Dag Hammarskjold Peace Award of the Pax Mundi Academy in Brussels Belgium; and an award from Queen Juliana of the Netherlands for his nutritional work. In 1982 he also received the National Health Federation’s Pioneer Doctor of the Year award. Leseprobe. Abdruck erfolgt mit freundlicher Genehmigung der Rechteinhaber. Alle Rechte vorbehalten. What’s in This Book . . .Can foods heal?Does what we eat really affect the way we feel and function?Inside the writings of three teachers and healers—Hippocrates V.G. Rocine and Bernard Jensen—offer compelling evidence that what we put in our mouths has a profound effect on our health and well-being.Based upon three lifetimes of observation study and research the fascinating principles presented by these men in Part One may change the way you look at your next meal. In addition to these basic concepts the first part of the book contains a host of helpful troubleshooting advice: health cocktails for common ailments herbal teas tonics vitamin- and mineral-packed food combinations and detailed data on the roles foods play in the optimum efficiency of specific bodily systems functions and overall health.Part Two of Foods That Heal provides an easy-to-understand guide to fruits and vegetables. Each listing in this section presents a history of use a buyer’s guide therapeutic benefits and nutrient information.Both those looking to improve their health and those interested in taking an active role in enhancing their overall well-being will find this book interesting informative and full of common-sense suggestions for attaining—and maintaining—good health through proper nutrition.Part Three contains easy-to-prepare recipes for soups salads appetizers entrees and desserts utilizing the “Foods That Heal”. Each recipe utilizes the freshest and most natural ingredients—ingredients that are not processed or altered by chemical preservatives food colorings or additives.PrefaceI am not the kind of physician who performs surgery prescribes or administers drugs or practices medicine the way most modern physicians are generally thought to do. Rather for the past fifty-five years I have been a different kind of physician. I have counseled patients striving to guide and uplift them by building their health and teaching them that there is a right way and a wrong way to live.This does not mean I have not taken care of sick people. Hundreds of thousands of patients have entered my sanitariums—many with serious chronic disease—some in wheelchairs several on stretchers. I have had the privilege of seeing the great majority of them leave free of the symptoms and conditions that brought them into my care.I have treated these patients using a combination of proper nutrition exercise positive thinking exercises water treatment and other natural methods. Though I believe in the scientific merit of certain therapeutic drugs I do not advise their use nor do I use them myself. Though I believe surgery has its place in the treatment of certain life-threatening diseases and extreme conditions I advocate the use of less invasive more natural methods in most cases.I do not regard the healing art lightly. On the contrary taking care of people has been both my life’s ideal and its privilege. I sincerely feel that each person I treat is a living soul and a member of the family of man and as such is entitled to love and respect. As a physician I feel a humanitarian responsibility to respond to suffering and its needs.The story of how I developed my philosophy begins in 1926 when I was a young man of 18. It was then that I entered the West Coast Chiropractic College supporting myself by working at a local dairy. Long hours of study followed by long hours of work combined with poor nutritional habits posed a triple threat to my health. Shortly after my graduation from college I collapsed.Physicians diagnosed my condition as bronchiectasis an incurable lung disease often fatal in those days before antibiotic treatment. I had inherited weak lungs from my mother who died of tuberculosis at the age of 29. Lung weakness ran in my family and now it had run into me.It was about this time that I was introduced to a Seventh-Day Adventist physician who enlightened me on the differences between a poor food regimen and a healthy one. Sadly his name escaped me over the years. I certainly owe him a debt of gratitude because of the path he set me upon. This doctor declared that a root of my problem was my nutritional deficiencies. I was he said starving myself with a “junk food” diet. In its place he prescribed a diet full of healthy foods. Combined with breathing exercises given by Thomas Gaines who once worked for the New York Police Department my condition improved. I began to gain weight put several inches of flesh back on my chest and found renewed energy. I was back on the road to health.Though I began my career in the health arts as a chiropractor my remarkable experience with the regenerative abilities of proper nutrition and exercise spurred me to incorporate these healing methods in my growing practice. In addition I continued my postgraduate education to keep abreast of new developments in natural health care. I worked alongside Dr. Ralph Benner of the Bircher-Benner Clinic in Zurich Switzerland. I studied bowel management with Dr. John Harvey Kellogg of Battle Creek Michigan; iridology with Dr. R. M. McClain of Oakland California and Dr. F. W. Collins of Orange New Jersey; homeopathy with Dr. Charles Gesser of Tampa Florida; and water cure treatment at Bad Wörishofen West Germany home of nineteenth-century water therapy pioneer Fr. Sebastian Kneipp.Now at the age of 80 I often reflect on what it was in my life that allowed me to live this long—to come this far. For though I had cured bronchiectasis with nutrition and exercise I continued the frantic pace of work and study that combined with my bad habits had made me so ill so long ago. Looking back I have concluded that wellness is as much a satisfying relationship with life as it is a consequence of dietary and lifestyle changes.I believe the secret of my good health is that I am always good to myself mentally. I am convinced my longevity is due to my mental philosophy my joyous contentment with life. I have always loved people. I have always loved seeing people who came to me for help return home healed. And these people loved me in return. I uplifted them to the best of my ability and it always came back to me.Perhaps it was the warmth of this kind of gratitude that provided the incentive and energy for me to do so much more than I had to do. When the people you take care of want to take care of you life becomes a blessing. I feel I had blessings that uplifted me constantly.For this reason I have come to believe that loving your work is one of the great secrets of health and high-level well-being. On most of my twelve-to-fourteen-hour-long days at sanitariums including my ranch in California I have never felt overworked or “burned out” at the end of the day. And each morning I awake eager to get going again because I love my work.I have received many honors and awards during my lifetime but the greatest gift I have ever been given is the gratitude love and respect of the thousands of patients whose lives have been changed by what I have been able to share with them. It is through serving them that I have found the greatest portion of my own life’s happiness.IntroductionFrom the time of Hippocrates it has been known that certain foods have disease-preventing and disease-healing benefits. Yet for some reason this knowledge has remained one of history’s best-kept secrets—until its resurgence in very recent years.Despite the growing body of documented medical evidence that diet both causes and cures disease nutritional awareness remains far from a twentieth century world ideal. According to Stuart M. Berger...

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