Extract from Living Foods for Radiant Health. What is so special about wheatgrass? Wheatgrass is generally acknowledged to be the best source of chlorophyll for nutritional and therapeutic purposes. Other grasses have been tried for juicing, including oats, rye, barley and spelt, but for a variety of reasons for growing in the home the widest use is made of wheatgrass Cereal grasses of wheat and barley seem to be very similar in nutrient content and therapeutic effect. They have been used in different countries and used in research studies, apparently, simply according to their availability. For example in Europe and
Elaine Bruce writes on fermentation the world over and how we use it in the Living Foods Programme today Fermentation has been used for thousands of years to preserve food, and for survival. In different parts of the world there are traditions of fermenting foods and liquids depending upon the climate, the plants which grow locally, and the culture and belief systems of the local people. Not so long ago. Imagine living in the mountain region of say Romania, in a small peasant village, only a few generations ago. It is before the building of a modern road network, and
How to maximise? First by grasping the principles of what it takes to become and stay healthy Second by individualising the practice for yourself. How to maximise? By making it work for you. How do I do that? By ignoring the experts who say there is only one way! This is one way; Follow the whole Living Foods Programme. You don’t have to be 100% raw, but whatever percentage raw you use, it makes sense to follow a balanced integrated programme which takes care of all your needs. Use the amount of raw which benefits you at this time, but
Presently we see all kinds of raw regimes from fruitarian to “anything goes as long as its raw” even including meat, and all have gained followers in recent years. Some for shorter periods than others! The enduring backdrop to this sometimes hit and miss, rather experimental attitude to eating styles has always been the balanced, scientific Living Foods Programme, which Ann Wigmore started in the 60’s in the US. In the UK, so often considered by our American friends as rather backward in matters of nutrition, we did nonetheless catch on to this a long time ago. For at least
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