A diet consisting mostly of bread, olive oil, and bananas, and raw vegetables is evaluated
I’m giving this one a qualified recommendation. About a third of it is really good. That part contains the recommendations to supplement your diet with sugar water and olive oil, explaining how and when. Unfortunately, the remaining two-thirds attempts to explain how and why the plan works. That part is mostly pseudo-scientific nonsense. The space would have been better used telling readers what to avoid in the American supply — something that is much easier to do when you follow the author’s recommendations. As diet books go, this one will do less harm than most. And the book is well-written, so even the nonsense is an entertaining read.
I don’t take this list of supplements religiously anymore, but I took them regularly when I was recovering from the effects of gluten intolerance that had gone undetected for so long.
The UltraMind Solution by Dr, Mark Hyman is brilliant exposition that shows how you treat “mental” illness and “energy” imbalances by addressing seven major subsystems of the body. A comprehensive program that is founded on (and gives clear explanations of) the “systemic science” that determines how well and how happily we live.
Hint: No Colds, No Flu
In sufficient quantity, Vitamin D3 and/or sunshine means no colds, no flu, and no sickness — and for good reason.
Vinegar turns out to be pretty darn healthy! (Tip: Pickle juice is vinegar with flavor!)
Printable summary of the recipe.
This article describes a recipe for Korean kimchi that is as delicious as it is healthy.
Fermentation has a long history of use for preserving foods. It’s said that the Great Wall of China was built on brown rice and fermented cabbage (kimchi). This article tells why fermentation is so important.