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Warren - March 26, 2017

Congratulations! Would like to know more about how you did it. Got healthy that is. The above website is a good place to start. There you can get the unbiased results of the latest nutritional research presented by a M.D. in short three to five minute videos in language that the average person can understand. I too have gotten healthy, no longer on blood pressure meds and feeling a lot younger, more agile and at age 76 going on 77 my PSA score is 1.3 so I’m doing pretty good. I have recently started a website to help others do the same. It is eatingforahealthylife.org. It’s just getting started but there are some good links to check out and a few blogs to read with much more to come. Write to me at the above email address if you would. I would be interested to hear from you.

Warren Rasmussen, Ph.D.

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    Jim - March 26, 2017

    The additions to my usual regimen were primarily eating small fatty fish at least every other day, adding krill oil, and eliminating pretty much all wheat, rice, other starches, and sugar (other than low fructose fruit and raw honey). Other changes were reduced processed food and more organic food.

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      Mike - April 18, 2019

      Blood pressure . Please tell me how you lowered yours.

      Thank you!

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        Jim - April 18, 2019

        I summarized a pretty strict version of my regimen on my new site, which is dedicated to helping everyone become the best version of themselves, which is hard to do if one feels like shit–mentally and physically.

        I suspect that taking the pledge will also help to lower one’s blood pressure. 🙂

        http://leagueofrealpeople.com/personal-health-jumpstart-pledge/

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        John - May 6, 2020

        That is really simple. Celery is very good at it. It lowers and regulates blood pressure. Basically you just have to control what you eat, more potassium than sodium in your diet lowers BP and the opposite. Do not supress sodium, that is a common error!! just increase potassium. Take into account that in order to load potassium into cells you have to have magnesium as well. Other vitamins influence the process like vitamin C. And take off medication as you control it.

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johnny mars - May 22, 2017

Five years ago I joined a permaculture group on meetup.com that lead me to totally change my diet. I eat only grass-fed beef in moderation (once or twice a month), no pork, organic chicken, wild-caught fish, and have eliminated nitrate-preserved foods like lunchmeat and hot dogs, avoid sugars, GMO’s, high fructose corn syrup, salts, food colorings, and flavor enhancers (90% of supermarket foods on shelves). I grow and eat organic foods, or try to buy organic locally from trusted sources. I also take supplements and a daily multi-vitamin. I feel better than I did 7 years ago, and my doctor commented that I am healthier than I was 7 years ago.

In the USA, industrial food is garbage, laced with pesticides, herbicides, and oil-based fertilizers. Mon$atan, one of the most sued corporations in the world, dominates the GMO-pesticided, patented seeds market, spreading its poisons throughout the world.

I’m starting to believe that the Agricon foods deliberately make us sick for the Pharmacons to treat us, but not cure us.

I have produced over 40 videos about permaculture: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA302F7D0CEA4F65A

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