Thursday, July 30, 2009

You are what you eat

Thoughts about eating naturally and spiritually.
No matter what goes into your mouth, your body has to process and deal with it. Whether it be good or bad for you or somewhere in between.
If you “unconsciously” eat anything....this principle still applies. Whatever you put in your mouth is processed and is used, stored or eliminated.....but no matter what you put in, it impacts the body in some way.
The same is true spiritually, only there are many more “entries” for spiritual feeding....eyes, ears, thoughts. We are fed from many different sources, books, movies, computers, circumstances, judgments, opinions, family, friends, co-workers, tv etc. All these things have some kind of spiritual impact.
In general, if we want to stay healthy, we should pay attention to what we eat, make better choices and, eat less "junk food". Look for quality.
Romans 16:19b ....I want you to be wise in what is good and innocent in what is evil
From Doug & Janet Littlefield

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Statistics on Diabetes & DNA

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has the following sober statistics on their web: The number of Americans with Diabetes is close to 24 million. Given that the US Census Bureau has our population estimated as 304,059,724 (as of July 2008) this comes to 7.8% of the population. That’s 2 out of every 25 people!!
The complications associated with diabetes include kidney failure, blindness, and limb amputation. The ADA estimates that TODAY…55 people will go blind, 120 people will enter dialysis for end stage kidney failure, and 230 people will undergo an amputation. Multiply this by 365 and you will get the number of people who will suffer these various fates each year.
The health care cost for diabetes in 2007 was estimated to be a staggering $174 billion dollars Of this $116 billion were direct medical costs and $58 billion were indirect costs (lost work). In 2002 the total cost was $132 billion. This comes to about $8 billion per year from 2002 to 2007 in increased costs. The increase is due both to an increase in the number of diabetes patients as well as a general increase in the cost of healthcare. The value of lost productivity due to premature death related to diabetes is $26.9 billion.
What can you do to help, yourself & your family? Well, of course you can eat Organic Raw Food exercise & take Natural Food Supplements. However, I would suggest a more aggressive and cheaper approach. Get your blood sugar checked each year or even better get a DNA test for yourself & those you love. A DNA Diabetes test for each person (only need one in your life time because your DNA does not change) (get it for all your children, parents & love ones). Stop eating so much junk food and cooked food. (A 9 min video about “Supersize Me”) it's a documentary on a man who ate nothing but fast food three times a day and had to quit because he was going to die. You need to take some responsibility for your own health.
Did you know that Congress passed a law to protect fast food companies so people could not sue them because the food made them obese?

Information on DNA test I have a
discount code "naturalwellness" will allow you a 10% discount on any DNA test at CyGene Laboratories.
Does a diabetes disorder run in your family, what is your risk?
Your risk is determined by which chromosomes you have inherited from your parents.
Humans inherit 23 chromosomes from each of their parents for a total of 46 chromosomes. Of these, 44 are identical in men and women - these are called autosomes. The remaining two chromosomes are called sex chromosomes, which are designated X and Y.
Because of the way we inherit our chromosomes, we all have two copies of every gene that is contained on the autosomes. Depending on the combination of the genes we inherit, we end up with some traits that resemble our mother and others that resemble our father.
Each child inherits one gene from their father and one from their mother. 1 out of 4 children will be completely normal if and when both parents carry the mutant gene and 1 child will have both mutant genes. If only one parent carries the mutant gene, the chances of having the normal genes are even better and the chances of having the mutant genes decrease.
Sometimes, having just one mutant gene is enough to put you at risk for a disease. In the case above, 3 out of 4 children are at an increased risk when both parents carry the mutant gene. This is how diseases run in families. If someone in your family had a disease, there is a good chance that you may have a genetic predisposition for that same disease based on your inheritance.
DNA test are tools that allow anyone to understand and take the necessary steps towards a healthy future by targeting health issues that can be addressed by first knowing and then acting on your genetic predispositions.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have and have a
wonderful day.

Ken Anderson
USA 1-541-840-6811

Monday, July 27, 2009

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

How bad is the economy?

1. I got a pre-declined credit card in the mail.

2. CEO's are now playing miniature golf.

3. Hot wheels and Matchbox cars are now trading higher than GM cars.

4. McDonalds is selling the 1/4 - ouncer.

5. People in Beverly Hills fired their nannies and learned their
children's names.

6. The most highly-paid job is now jury duty.

7. People in Africa are donating money to Americans.

8. Motel Six won't leave the light on.

9. The Mafia is laying off judges.

10. When bank returns your check marked "insufficient funds" you have to call and ask if they meant you or them?

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Bad GMO food that is being sold to consumers

A little something on GMO food that is being sold to consumers. How to fight them: Vote with your dollars; ONLY buy ORGANIC foods.

Two paragraphs for this article:

"GM corn and cotton are engineered to produce their own built-in pesticide in every cell. When bugs bite the plant, the poison splits open their stomach and kills them. [What and leaky gut in humans causing a number of problems?] Biotech companies claim that the pesticide, called Bt (produced from soil bacteria Bacillus thuringiensis) has a history of safe use, since organic farmers and others use Bt bacteria spray for natural insect control. The Bt-toxin produced in GM plants, however, is thousands of times more concentrated than natural Bt spray, is designed to be more toxic, has properties of an allergen, and unlike the spray, cannot be washed off the plant."

"Worst Finding of All—GMOs Remain Inside Us ----
The only published human feeding study revealed what may be the most dangerous problem from GM foods. The gene inserted into GM soy transfers into the DNA of bacteria living inside our intestines and continues to function. This means that long after we stop eating GMOs, we may still have potentially harmful GM proteins produced continuously inside of us. Put more plainly, eating a corn chip produced from Bt corn might transform our intestinal bacteria into living pesticide factories, possibly for the rest of our lives. "

Saturday, July 18, 2009


Whenever I'm disappointed with my spot
In life, I stop and think about little Jamie Scott.

Jamie was trying out for a part in the
School play. His mother told me that he'd set his heart on being
In it, though she feared he would not be chosen.

On the day the parts were awarded, I went
With her to collect him after school. Jamie rushed up to her,
Eyes shining with pride and excitement.. 'Guess what, Mom,' he
Shouted, and then said those words that will remain a lesson to
Me....'I've been chosen to clap and cheer.'

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Let's help the 245+ million diabetics in America

People all over America and the world are getting over diabetes with natural methods, so why don't the doctors and the medical profession promote the great results these people are having? I think it's money, I think it's because there is so much profit in people taking insulin and other drugs treating their diabetes. Another reason I believe is because diabetics age faster and have more health problems than nondiabetics which helps the sale of other drugs treating other conditions that these diabetics are suffering from, such as open skin sores and a whole host of other problems. It only takes 30 days to get over diabetes and millions of people are going to be doing just that when they learn the truth on how easy it is to get better. We need to get the word out to these people and there are over 245 million diabetics in America today. It is a true modern pandemic going on right now in the drug industry loves it. They are doing everything they can to keep the good information away from these diabetics. Help me help millions of people by getting the word out on how diabetics can get over there problem. Even though the food supply is not what it was 50 years ago it still better than the junk food that most diabetics eat. So by switching to natural, fresh, vine and tree ripened produce that's organic and then eating this food raw and fresh has cured these diabetic sufferers. 100% of the people and some of them were on insulin for 10 and 20 years in a short 30 days were cured of their diabetes. This is such good news let's get the information out to these poor suffering diabetics. I truly believe and have seen great results when they also take natural supplements along with the raw food diet program. Check out these two websites and share them with lots of people. You will love to get a call from someone you shared this with when they say "thanks so much for giving me that information because now I'm free from diabetes and do not have to take any drugs anymore". and
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Even if you don't believe this gives them(the diabetics) the opportunity to turn it down and to learn about this good news.

Ken Anderson

Thursday, July 9, 2009

American Die-et

The American Die-et
By Ken Anderson

After eating a typical meal, do you feel tired or lethargic? Do you feel unsatisfied or crave something sweet, even though you're stuffed? Is it necessary for you to have a snack to make it to the next meal? Have you ever starved yourself on a special diet that someone else lost weight on, but you didn't? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you may not be eating the right proportion of foods for your body. Think of food as fuel. You can't put regular gasoline into a vehicle that requires high octane fuel. Actually, you could do that, but it would knock and ping like a drummer in a punk rock band. Our bodies are much the same. God made us as individuals, not carbon copies. There are no two people exactly alike anywhere.

One size does not fit all:

Awhile back, a man named Nathan Pritikin put together a diet that he claimed would cure everyone's weight problems. It consisted of foods high in carbohydrates, low in protein and almost no fat. He has some wonderful success stories (with about a third of the people who went on his diet).
Then there was the late Dr. Robert Atkins that came up with a diet plan that would cure everyone's weight problems. His plan consisted of foods high in protein, moderate carbohydrates and low fat. He also has some wonderful success stories (with about a third of the people who went on his diet). Recently, a man named Barry Sears has put together a diet he calls the "Zone" diet. He stresses more fat than Atkins or Pritikin, high protein and low carbohydrates, and virtually eliminates an entire food group while heavily restricting others. Time will tell, but it can probably be predicted that he too will have alot of wonderful success stories (with about a third of the people who go no his diet). How can three different diet plans have such wonderful success stories and at the same time have so many significant failures? Are they all wrong? Yes and no. The problem is they each have a "one size fits all" philosophy. Let's use our analogy of food being like gasoline again. It would be rather stupid for someone who owns a gas station to only sell one kind of gasoline; let's say it was regular unleaded. Obviously, anyone owning a vehicle requiring high octane gasoline or diesel would not want to buy there gas there, would they? Why is it when it comes to our bodies' fuel (foods) that we take on this same mentality? People can be as different as gas and diesel engines in their nutritional needs.

As Solomon said in Ecc. 1:9, ". . . there is no new thing under the sun."
The concept of people requiring different foods is at least as old as the first century. The Roman philosopher, Lucretius, is credited with saying, "One man's meat is another man's poison." The foods that may make one person feel great may make another feel lousy.

Drugs and Weight Loss:

Is simply lowering the numbers on the bathroom scale the goal of weight loss? The truth is, most weight loss drugs coupled with the American mentality of dieting (simply not eating) may produce a significant loss in bone density and lean muscle tissue (which includes vital organs such as the kidneys, liver, etc.). Many people who are trying to lose weight are actually losing weight in areas of their bodies that could produce fatal results, and still not losing any body fat. There are no drugs that can honestly be called silver bullets. All drugs have side effects. Not even the best natural health supplements will produce the right results without a change in lifestyle. At best, they may offset bad eating habits a little, but will not give you optimal results.

Body fat is now one of the greatest predictors of future disease. The average American, around the age of 29, loses 1/2 a pound of lean muscle and gains 1.2 pounds of fat every year. In order to attain good health and proper weight, we must manage our body fat and lean muscle tissue. Simply eating less and starving yourself may be fatal to your health. Rather than focusing on the negative side of foods (what you should NOT eat), we should focus on the positive side of foods (what you SHOULD eat). How do we practically do that?

Metabolic Profiling:

If we look at the different countries of the world that have the lowest incidence of heart disease, we will find that the Eskimo and the East Indians have virtually no heart disease. If we compare their average diets, things get a little confusing. The Eskimo eats about 10-20 pounds of protein and fat per day, and gets no carbohydrates. On the other hand, the East Indian eats a diet high in carbohydrates, and virtually no protein or fat. How can two different diets produce such wonderful results?

In 1995, Dr. Gilbert R. Kaats headed up a study using a dietary system known as metabolic profiling. The 528 people in the experiment were divided into five groups. Four of the groups took glyco-nutritional supplements, and one took placebos. This took place over an eight-week period of time. The results were impressive. Subjects in all five groups lost significant amounts of body fat without any appreciable loss of lean body mass. Those taking the glyco-nutritional supplements lost more than those who were taking placebos, but all had good results. This program was 97% successful.
When comparing these results to the aforesaid programs that only had about a 33% success rate, metabolic profiling looks much, much better! Even the group that didn't take any supplements lost body fat. On top of that, there was a high number of self-reported disease symptoms that were improved, even from the subjects who did not see noticeable changes in body composition.
Essentially what this means is they felt better simply by eating the foods listed on their metabolic profile and adding a small amount of exercise.
Dr. Roger J. Williams, the discoverer of pantothenic acid (vitamin B-5), is the originator of the genetotrophic theory. This theory suggests that every human being has distinct nutritional needs. Dr. Williams believed, "If we continue to try to solve [nutritional] problems on the basis of the average man, we will be continuously in a muddle. Such a man does not exist." In the early 1980s, Dr. William D. Kelley was the first to utilize computer technology to explore Dr. Williams' concept of nutritional needs. From that research, a program has developed called metabolic profiling.

By taking a simple questionnaire test, you can determine your metabolic profile. There are three different categories. These three groups contain different proportions of certain foods for people to eat because people are different. Some people are fast oxidizers, and some are slow. Oxidation has to do with how fast the body burns up energy from food. Think of the body's energy as a fire that keeps you going (kind of like an old steam engine train). The small kindling would be comparable to carbohydrates.
The bigger pieces would be like protein, and the big logs would be like fat.
A person who's fire burns hot and fast is not going to get much sustained energy from throwing alot of smaller kindling on the fire. And likewise, a person whose fire burns slower is not going to want to throw a bunch of bigger pieces or logs onto the fire. A slow oxidizer, which would be a profile 1, needs more carbohydrates because carbohydrates burn quickly.
They will give a slow oxidizer sustained energy. A fast oxidizer, which would be a profile 2, needs more protein and a little more fat because they burn slower. Profile three is a balance between the two. If fast oxidizers (profile 2) eat a diet of high carbohydrates, they will continuously be hungry, never be satisfied after a meal and will need to snack between meals, even though they stuff themselves. It is also very difficult to get high protein foods without alot of unnecessary fat. A person who requires alot of protein (profile 2) may think he is getting lot's of protein but in reality is getting lots of fat. Buffalo meat has a 12.4:1 ratio of protein to fat. Venison has 9.4:1. If you are eating range fed animals, you may be getting your protein because they are significantly leaner. But consider dark meat on turkey, 4:1; and the leanest ground beef you can get is 1.5:1.
You vegetarians are in trouble if you are a profile 2. Tofu is only 1.6:1 and soybeans are 1.59:1. Even almonds are high in fat, .34:1. A protein supplement is a must in my opinion, especially for fast oxidizers (profile 2). If slow oxidizers (profile 1) eat a diet of high protein and low carbohydrates, they will feel sluggish and have no energy. Now I hope you can see why Atkins and Pritikin were right and wrong at the same time. If a person who was a profile 1 (slow oxidizer) went on Atkins' diet plan (high protein, low carbohydrates), it just wouldn't work. Likewise, if a person who was a profile 2 (fast oxidizer) went on Pritikin's diet plan (high carbohydrates, low protein), it just wouldn't work either. Eventually, the result of eating the wrong foods for your body style builds body fat.

Eat According to Your Needs:

Overall wellness is not chance; it's a choice. If we choose to manage our health, we can expect to be blessed. Many people are content with being sickly and overweight simply because they don't know anything else. Let me explain it another way by comparing Health being different than Wellness.
People will say they have health and be 30 pounds overweight taking blood pressure medications and a painkiller and consider themselves healthy but they are certainly not in the category of wellness. Wellness is different than Health. Athletes that do extreme fighting or a big weightlifter if you compare their height with their weight they will fall in the category of being obese (overweight) yet they could have only 10% or less body fat and that's good. 25 to 50% body fat is bad. So again we have to look at the individual not just some of the figures.
Metabolic Profiling has now been replaced with a more scientific program called genetic key. It takes more into consideration in putting a person on a good program. Genetic Key is the best program I've seen in my 40+ years of working in the health field. The plan is a springboard that can lead you into better health and then to Wellness. With all the toxic and depleted foods out there, it is difficult to get all the required nutrients we need to have optimal health. Supplementation is a must in my opinion. I will be discussing certain supplements that I believe to be necessary in future articles. Until then, find out what your Genetic Key Metabolic Profile is and eat according to your needs, not someone else's.
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To your health,