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We need to eat foods that provide us with energy.  Greens provides you with that necessary energy that your cells are looking for.  Think of your body as an ENERGY BANK.  If you plan on making withdrawals, you need to make deposits into that bank account.  

The pH scale goes from 0-14.  0 being most acidic and 14 being most alkaline.  Acidic foods are withdrawals and take energy away from us and make our bodies work harder from digestion to removing toxins and waste and so on.  Alkaline foods are deposits and have a positive effect on all bodily function. Foods Have Life Force!If we want more energy we should consume more energetic foods.  The images below were taken using Kirlian Photography a form of photography which captures vibrational frequencies.  





A living lentil sprout contains well over 150 MHz of energy! Greens contains well over 250 MHz of energy! The typical American diet, does not provide energy.This photo of a hamburger shows less than 7 MHz of energy, and that from the piece of lettuce & tomato on the burger.

These images help illustrate that the standard acidic American diet is actually drawing energy from your body rather than providing it.  Yet our bodies as resilient as they are have found a way to cope with the toxins and alkaline,vitamin & mineral depletion as best they can and for as long as they can.  Each of us is different according to our constitution but each of us eventually begin to manifest symptoms of  over acidification or sickness and dis-ease.


 Plants & Humans 


We humans actually have a vital Symbiotic Relationship with plants.  We provide CO2, they provide O2.  We provide nutrients through the recycling of our bodies and they provide nutrients for us to assimilate by absorbing sunlight through photosynthesis.  It makes sense then, with such a close relationship that plants then should play an important role in our diets.

Greens Build Clean Blood"The life of all flesh is the blood"-Leviticus 17:14 

The Blood & Nutrition

If you want to get to the source of any problem you've got to get down to the "root "of it.  Well in order to get to the root of the problems in terms of your health you have to begin with your blood and your cells.  What’s Blood Got to do with It?  Well, we have 5 liters of the stuff and our heart beats 100,000 times a day and pumps 2.5 ounces of blood each beat which equals about 8 tons each day.  Our red blood cells deliver oxygen and remove waste.  Our RBC's also transform to body cells and make up our tissue, organs, etc.
We Make 4 million new blood cells and 13 million new body cells every second. Providing our bodies with plant foods is the most important factor in building healthy blood.  Getting a concentrated Greens product helps this process.
Everything you eat or drink goes into the digestive system and ends up in the small intestines.  Blood production begins within the intestines.  Within the intestines exists the intestinal villas.  Think of the intestinal villus as the root system to the body, just like plants with roots that absorb nutrients. The root system of plants are like the intestinal track of plants.   Blood vessels and lactiles run through the intestinal villas.  The lactiles absorb fat.  Fats are used in the formation of the erythroblasts as well to make cell membranes.
The area space is 7,200 square feet, or 1/3 of a football field!
The River of Life and Death begins in the Small Intestine!
Intestinal villus is like an amoeba
Digested food goes into the villus
Villus takes the digested food into its structure, assimilates and finally transforms it into an erythroblast which then becomes a red blood cell.
The quality of the red blood cell is determined by the quality of food we eat and liquids we drink.

Why do vegetarians always look so unhealthy?!

Most Vegetarians do not follow an Acid/Alkaline understanding when it comes to diet.  Often vegetarian diets consist of large amounts of overly cooked vegetables, processed meat substitutes and other prepackaged foods.  They also consume more grains, rice, flours, simple carbohydrates, sugars, high sugar fruits, dairy products etc. rather than living vegetables, low sugar fruits, and high energy green foods.
The truth is vegetables and low sugar fruits contain a wide array of essential minerals and nutrients.  However the depletion of minerals and nutrients in today's soil makes a concentrated greens product a necessary supplement for everyone.  You cant get all the nutrients you need from just your vegetables anymore. The key ingredients of a greens product should be green leafy vegetables and grasses.All green leafy vegetables and grasses are high in calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamin c, and many of the B Vitamins
Where does the Cow get Her Calcium?
From the transmutation of the Mg. which is 
found in the chlorophyll molecule of Green plants!
The High Protein Approach
19th Century German Research: 120 grams of protein per day
Conventional Nutritionists dropped this to: 60-90 grams of protein per day
Recent research suggests: 25 grams of protein per day or less 



THE PROTEIN MYTH

Another truth that is little known is that you don't need animal proteins or protein shakes to build muscle.  You need healthy blood to build healthy muscle.  How do you build healthy blood?  Greens!





% of Calories found in Vegetables that are Protein


Spinach  49%                                   Broccoli 47%     
Alfalfa Sprouts 40%                               Kale 40%
Wheat Grass 25%                                 Green Leafy Lettuce 42%
Cucumbers  20%                                           Bell Peppers 20%
Zucchini 26%                                         Green Peas 30%
Avocado 15 %                               Tomatoes 18%
Garlic  20%                                       Lemons 13%



Also when it comes to protein needs there are many factors that are overlooked:




 The Human Body has a constantly changing, free amino acid pool derived from body sources as cells disorganize providing raw materials for protein complexes
This pool contributes about 70g of protein daily! 
The idea that you have to eat all the essential amino acids simultaneously is erroneous.

Where does the Cow get Her Protein?
From the transmutation of the Sulfur to Phosphorus which is found in all Green plants!



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Protein MYTH: We need protein from meat/animal sources.


Regardless of what many believe or claim, we should eat meat sparingly.  In fact although all animal life has been given to us to consume with thanksgiving, it is beneficial not to eat meat, except in the case of inability to obtain or cultivate other healthier consumable resources. The truth is the amount of meat that we as Americans eat is directly related to many of the health problems we are facing as a nation. 

Consumption of meat and dairy had been linked to heart disease, gout, arthritis, and cancer.  In addition diabetics take note, though little known, eating meat stimulates an even bigger insulin release in the body than pasta or popcorn!  Also humans cannot easily digest meat fully and as it passes through your system it damages intestinal villus leading to poor blood production then poor cell production.

There are many reasons to avoid animal products.  One is simply that they are dead.  When an animal is killed it instinctively releases large amounts of adrenaline which floods its system out of fear and adversely stimulates the human nervous system.  You are essentially eating the fear of another animal.  Also when an animal dies its natural osmotic pressure disappears and putrefactive germs contained in the colon flood its system.  It is yeast and putrefactive germs that tenderize meat during the aging process.   This means they are fermented and permeated with acids and acid-generating micro-forms, 336,000,000 per serving in fact as apposed to the measly 500 found in an entire vegetarian meal. 

Pork is especially loaded with acids & pathogenic micro-organisms. Pigs have no lymphatic system to move metabolic acids out of their bodies. Also most mycotoxins in meat are heat tolerant, so cooking wont protect you from them as you might like to think.Finally, the body has to work so much harder to get benefit from protein from dead animal flesh whereas vegetable proteins are living, bioavailable and easily assimilated.



 
List of High Protein Amounts in Certain Vegetables: Compare the following to MEAT: typical serving of animal flesh (beef,pork,chicken or fish) 4-6 oz serving 30-40g of protein

One cup of cooked soybeans (29 gms of protein), 
lentils (18 gms of protein), 
black beans (15 gms of protein), 
kidney beans (13 gms of protein), 
chickpeas (12 gms of protein), 
veggie baked beans (12 gms of protein), 
pinto beans (12 gms of protein), 
black-eyed peas (11 gms of protein), 
peas (9 gms of protein), 
spinach (5 gms of protein) 
broccoli (4 gms of protein) 
Four ounces tofu (11 gms of protein) and firm (11 gms of protein) 
1/4cups sunflower seeds (4 gms protein) 

½ cup edamame 11gms protein

 
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  Water Pollution  Frequently Asked            
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Water pollution is any chemical, physical or biological change in the quality of water that has a harmful effect on any living thing that drinks or uses or lives (in) it. When humans drink polluted water it often has serious effects on their health. Water pollution can also make water unsuited for the desired use.
There are several classes of water pollutants. The first are disease-causing agents. These are bacteria, viruses, protozoa and parasitic worms that enter sewage systems and untreated waste.
A second category of water pollutants is oxygen-demanding wastes; wastes that can be decomposed by oxygen-requiring bacteria. When large populations of decomposing bacteria are converting these wastes it can deplete oxygen levels in the water. This causes other organisms in the water, such as fish, to die.


A third class of water pollutants is water-soluble inorganic pollutants, such as acids, salts and toxic metals. Large quantities of these compounds will make water unfit to drink and will cause the death of aquatic life.
Another class of water pollutants are nutrients; they are water-soluble nitrates and phosphates that cause excessive growth of algae and other water plants, which deplete the water's oxygen supply. This kills fish and, when found in drinking water, can kill young children.


Water can also be polluted by a number of organic compounds such as oil, plastics and pesticides, which are harmful to humans and all plants and animals in the water.
A very dangerous category is suspended sediment, because it causes depletion in the water's light absorption and the particles spread dangerous compounds such as pesticides through the water.
Finally, water-soluble radioactive compounds can cause cancer, birth defects and genetic damage and are thus very dangerous water pollutants.

More information on health effects of microrganisms
Water pollution is usually caused by human activities. Different human sources add to the pollution of water. There are two sorts of sources, point and nonpoint sources. Point sources discharge pollutants at specific locations through pipelines or sewers into the surface water. Nonpoint sources are sources that cannot be traced to a single site of discharge.
Examples of point sources are: factories, sewage treatment plants, underground mines, oil wells, oil tankers and agriculture.
Examples of nonpoint sources are: acid deposition from the air, traffic, pollutants that are spread through rivers and pollutants that enter the water through groundwater.
Nonpoint pollution is hard to control because the perpetrators cannot be traced.


Water pollution is detected in laboratories, where small samples of water are analysed for different contaminants. Living organisms such as fish can also be used for the detection of water pollution. Changes in their behaviour or growth show us, that the water they live in is polluted. Specific properties of these organisms can give information on the sort of pollution in their environment. Laboratories also use computer models to determine what dangers there can be in certain waters. They import the data they own on the water into the computer, and the computer then determines if the water has any impurities.
In most manufacturing processes a lot of heat originates that must be released into the environment, because it is waste heat. The cheapest way to do this is to withdraw nearby surface water, pass it through the plant, and return the heated water to the body of surface water. The heat that is released in the water has negative effects on all life in the receiving surface water. This is the kind of pollution that is commonly known as heat pollution or thermal pollution.
The warmer water decreases the solubility of oxygen in the water and it also causes water organisms to breathe faster. Many water organisms will then die from oxygen shortages, or they become more susceptible to diseases.
For more information about this, you can take a look at thermal pollution.
Eutrophication means natural nutrient enrichment of streams and lakes. The enrichment is often increased by human activities, such as agriculture (manure addition). Over time, lakes then become eutrophic due to an increase in nutrients.
Eutrophication is mainly caused by an increase in nitrate and phosphate levels and has a negative influence on water life. This is because, due to the enrichment, water plants such as algae will grow extensively. As a result the water will absorb less light and certain aerobic bacteria will become more active. These bacteria deplete oxygen levels even further, so that only anaerobic bacteria can be active. This makes life in the water impossible for fish and other organisms.
Typical rainwater has a pH of about 5 to 6. This means that it is naturally a neutral, slightly acidic liquid. During precipitation rainwater dissolves gasses such as carbon dioxide and oxygen. The industry now emits great amounts of . These gasses also dissolve in rainwater. This causes a change in pH of the precipitation – the pH of rain will fall to a value of or below 4. When a substance has a pH of below 6.5, it is acid. The lower the pH, the more acid the substance is. That is why rain with a lower pH, due to dissolved industrial emissions, is called acid rain.
When water is enriched with nutrients, eventually anaerobic bacteria, which do not need oxygen to practice their functions, will become highly active. These bacteria produce certain gasses during their activities. One of these gases is hydrogen sulphide. This compounds smells like rotten eggs. When water smells like rotten eggs we can conclude that there is hydrogen present, due to a shortage of oxygen in the specific water.
Water contains many compounds. A few of these compounds are calcium and carbonate. Carbonate works as a buffer in water and is thus a very important component.
When calcium reacts with carbonate a solid substance is formed, that is called lime. This lime is what causes the white deposit on showers and bathroom walls and is commonly known as lime deposit. It can be removed by using a specially suited cleaning agent.






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What Causes Me to be Acidic?


There are many contributing factors to over-acidity including stress, worry, lack of sleep, environmental pollution, etc. but
The reason acidosis is so common in our society is mostly due to the typical American diet, which is far too high in acid-producing foods and far too low in alkaline-producing living foods. We eat an abundance of acid-producing animal products like meat, eggs and dairy,  processed foods like white flour and sugar and drink acid-producing beverages like alcohol, coffee and soft drinks. We use too many drugs, which are acid forming; and we use artificial chemical sweeteners, which are extremely acid forming. One of the first steps we can take to correct an overly acidic body is to clean up our diet and lifestyle as much as possible.


       Mild Acidosis can cause such problems as:

* Cardiovascular damage, including the constriction of 
     blood vessels and the reduction of oxygen

*    Weight gain, obesity and Diabetes.

*    Bladder & Kidney conditions, including Kidney stones.

*    Immune deficiency.

*    Acceleration of free radical damage, possibly   
     contributing to  Cancer and cancerotransformations.

*    Premature aging.

*    Osteoporosis; weak, brittle bones, hip fracture & bone  spurs.

*    Joint pain, aching muscles and lactic acid buildup.

*    Low energy and chronic fatigue.
A recent seven-year study conducted at the University of California, San Francisco, on 9,000 women showed that those who have chronic acidosis are at greater risk for bone loss than those who have normal pH levels. The scientists who carried out this experiment believe that many of the hip fractures prevalent among middle-aged women are connected to high acidity caused by a diet rich in animal foods and low in vegetables. This is because the body borrows calcium from the bones in order to balance pH. -- American Journal of Clinical Nutrition


Most people who suffer from unbalanced pH are acidic. This condition forces the body to borrow minerals--including calcium, sodium, potassium and magnesium--from vital organs and bones to buffer (neutralize) the acid and safely remove it from the body. Because of this strain, the body can suffer severe and prolonged damage due to high acidity--a condition that may go undetected for years.
Throughout the pages of this Website we will further address many of the internal and external factors that determine the acidity of an individuals blood and tissues.
 



What Foods & Supplements Will Raise My PH?

All green vegetables and fruits like: Broccoli, Spinach, Avocado, Cucumber, Celery.  Supplements like Vitamins, Minerals, Sea Salt, Bicarbonates, Clay, and clay will also help your pH. 



             What Foods & Supplements will Lower my PH?

Alcohol, coffee, tobacco products, foods high in sugar, fermented foods like vinegar, dairy products, most fried foods and most meats especially pork.
 
Most people eat highly acidic foods on a regular basis, many only eat acidic foods and rarely come in contact with even the minimum government recommended intake of vegetables.  


















Although there has been much study, research and commentary regarding the overuse and consumption of meat products many Americans are not familiar with  that fact or the evidence of such research.  Our objective at Xooma Nutrition, is not to convince anyone to abstain from meats or meat products and become a vegetarian or vegan, but to give our testimony and share the information which we have learned about health and the experience we have had since we reduced or eliminated our consumption of meats and meat products.

 Regardless of what many believe or claim, we should eat meat sparingly.  In fact although all animal life has been given for man to consume with thanksgiving, it is beneficial not to eat meat, except in the case of inability to obtain or cultivate other healthier consumable resources. The truth is the amount of meat that we as Americans eat is directly related to many of the health problems we are facing as a nation. Consumption of meat and dairy had been linked to heart disease, gout, arthritis, and cancer.  In addition diabetics take note, though little known, eating meat stimulates an even bigger insulin release in the body than pasta or popcorn!  Also humans cannot easily digest meat fully and as it passes through your system it damages intestinal villus leading to poor blood production then poor cell production.There are many reasons to avoid animal products.  One is simply that they are dead.

  When an animal is killed it instinctively releases large amounts of adrenaline which floods its system out of fear and adversely stimulates the human nervous system.  You are essentially eating the fear of another animal.  Also when an animal dies its natural osmotic pressure disappears and putrefactive germs contained in the colon flood its system.  It is yeast and putrefactive germs that tenderize meat during the aging process.   This means they are fermented and permeated with acids and acid-generating micro-forms, 336,000,000 per serving in fact as apposed to the measly 500 found in an entire vegetarian meal.  
Pork is especially loaded with acids & pathogenic micro-organisms. Pigs have no lymphatic system to move metabolic acids out of their bodies. Also most mycotoxins in meat are heat tolerant, so cooking wont protect you from them as you might like to think. 

Chickens and other animal products also have a high URIC ACID content.    


 



Chickens and other animal products also have a high URIC ACID content.  Chickens in particular do not have the most effective excretory system, which means they absorb acidic urine back into their tissues which we in turn consume.  This is known as uric acid content.  

          

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The body can only process up to 6 grains of uric acid in 24 hours and there are 16 grains of uric acid per serving of chicken.  Uric acid gives chicken it’s juicy flavor, is highly poisonous and ravages the immune system.







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