Category: Jim (A)
Ate dinner in a Ford Ranger speeding northbound on 281 in Texas last night... Went to Sun Harvest Foods in San Antonio for a bit of health food shopping... Had cherries, shallots, green onions, ginger, and edamame on the way home. Lots of it. Opened a bottle of '95 Gewurztraminer afterward... It had gone bad... Never store a white for over seven years. Opened a bottle of '91 Cabernet Franc... Perfect. Drank most of the bottle and ate blueberries and cranberries for dessert. I gotta stop these carb binges at night... At least they're beneficial though.
Woke up at 8:10 today. Breakfast was an avocado dressed as usual, and a baby food vita-mix shake using broccoli, green onions, shallots, a couple of cherries, some kefir, celery, and some swiss chard. Yum.
Tied vines in the vineyard for a few hours, furthering the aforementioned sunburn. Green tea and water abound. Had a green apple too. Green. Green. Green. Love the diet, love the Viticulture.
Lunch was a can of wild caught salmon w/bones in spring water. Salmon w/bones is a wonderful way too get your calcium folks. Also had a big handful of raw peanuts, almonds, pumpkin seeds, and walnuts.
Drove into San Antonio and hopped a plane to Dallas. Ate half of dinner on the plane. Five apricots a bunch more cherries, and more nuts. Met my Grandpa at the airport and drove to his house. A tin of sardines w/a Tbsp. of blueberry concentrate to neutralize the polyamines in the cooked and canned fish comprised the rest of dinner. Yum.
Vitamin B17 is found in most all fruit seeds such as the apple, peach, cherry, orange, nectarine and apricot. It is found in some beans and many grasses such as wheat grass. The hard wooden pit in the middle of the peach is not supposed to be thrown away. In fact, the wooden shell is strong armor protecting one of the most important foods known to man, the seed. Other foods that contain vitamin B-17 are: bitter almonds, millet, wheat grass, lima beans and more. (The bitter almond tree was banned from the U.S. in 1995.) The kernel or seed contains the highest amounts of vitamin B17. Laetrile is KNOWN to prevent and cure cancer. Eat those KERNELS!!!!! Just don't chip a tooth getting them open...
Going to juice w/Grandpa (I call him Papa) later tonight and just relax... I need it. Later gang.
I HATE these da** split, ergonomic keyboards... Really throws a wrench in a guys hunting and pecking ya' know?
Oh yeah! Gotta answer a few q's.
1) Weight loss for type A's is easy as long as you have the discipline. No grains except for amaranth, and buckwheat as they are both actually more seed like. Minimize nuts, and high fat foods like avocados etc. Stick to a modest amount of soy. Fish, poultry, and non-starchy vegetables. Emphasize the leafy greens. Use Heidis' water recommendation. 1/2 oz. per pound of body weight with a squeeze of lemon, and/or 1/4 tsp. of good grey sea salt per liter to assist in cleansing and electrolyte balance. And of course... EXERCISE! You may need to do a bit of cleansing as well... Possibly a liver/gallbladder flush... Check Heidis' column for more info.
2) The natural enzymes in food begin to deteriorate at 105 degrees F. The Ezekiel Sprouted grains cereal was baked well above that I'm sure. Mixing it with the hot green tea actually did FAR more digesting than the few enzymes left intact after the baking process. At least that's my opinion...