Originally published March 21 2011
Wild grass makes many vegetarian diets work
by Kim Evans
(NaturalNews) In the health community there's often disagreement about whether to include meat in the diet. Some sources cite vegetarian or vegan diets as key for health, while others note that some people don't do well on these diets over extended periods of time. Ever wonder why? Let's have a look, but let's start by recognizing that even on vegetarian or vegan diets, people can have widely different diets. It's just as easy to live on processed foods as a vegetarian as it is as a meat eater, yet in the health realm, neither of these approaches will get you very far.
But, it's reasonable to assume that a fair number of people following vegetarian or vegan diets, and having trouble with these diets, were also consuming healthy diets. This would include lots of fresh vegetables and plenty of soaked nuts for a rather ideal protein source. Since nuts and seeds are plentiful, bio-available protein sources, the protein factor isn't "it." So, what is "it"? It's likely the CLA, or conjugated linoleic acid, that meat and dairy consumers derive from the animals. So, let's talk about CLA and what it does.
CLA is a potent detoxifier and it's praised as a key anti-cancer substance. It promotes lean muscle mass and strength while enhancing metabolism. It also boosts immunity and its scarcity in other sources is actually the reason some health authors promote animal consumption.
But where does CLA come from? It's in the grass that animals eat - and it's not in many other foods, even other greens. In fact, if you're not drinking grass juice or consuming animal products, you're probably not getting any CLA in your diet. But how better to get your CLA than going to the source: the grass.
Now, many people don't think of grass as human food because it's well known that humans can't digest a handful like cows or horses. But we can juice grass and obtain its nutrients, specifically high concentrations of powerful CLAs. Grass is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids and chlorophyll. And aren't omega-3's the reason many people eat fish?
So, let's look at CLA and its ability to promote lean muscle and strength. We don't have to look far: if grass didn't build muscle, horses wouldn't have the bodies they do. And isn't strength the reason most people consume animals, besides taste and conditioning? But, most people attribute the strength and muscle building qualities of eating animals to protein, and not to the grass and CLA that the animals have been eating. But, perhaps that's not quite right.
There's another important reason that drinking the juice of grass benefits humans. Grass is one of the earth's most potent chlorophyll sources, and chlorophyll is remarkably similar to human red blood cells. So, by juicing lots of chlorophyll-rich foods, we can simply and easily make fresh blood. Chlorophyll is in all green foods, but taking it in high concentrations is much more common in health conscious vegetarians or vegans, as opposed to people giving the lifestyle a try for compassion to animals reasons.
Juiced grass is surprising delicious, especially if you add fruit and stevia to sweeten it up. Chances are also good that you have a number of wild grass sources near you. But you may need to head off the beaten path a bit because you'll want wild cereal grass, not ornamental grass, and grass that hasn't been fertilized or sprayed with pesticides.
Picking Your Own Wild Grass: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdgsMZ8N2Jg
About the authorKim Evans is a natural health writer and author of Cleaning Up! The Ultimate Body Cleanse. Cleaning Up! offers deep cleansing and using methods in this book, people have gotten rid of dozens of different types of health problems, as well as just losing excess weight, thinking more clearly, and feeling better.
Kim's next book chronicles events in her life that happen to match patterns in the Bible. She's also found three places in the Bible that tell us its about these patterns and even asking you to match them.
Here's a little from the upcoming book...
In Isaiah 22:20, it says, "And it must occur in that day that I will call my servant, namely Eliakim." But, because these prophecies are cryptic and they aren't meant to be understood until they are understood, it's only the last three letters.
A few lines later, it says, "From the land of Kittim it has been revealed to them."
Here, you just take out any three middle letters, and again, it's the name of the person bringing you this message, or the sacred secret of the prophecy. Actually, if you take those two passages, Kim is about the only name you can get from both of them.
In Numbers 1:1 – 1:18, it's talking about "the family" and mentions Pagiel. It also twice mentions February 1st, (Kim's birthday) and then says that the youngest is 20 years old. Kim's little sister Paige is currently 20 years old.
In Chronicles 1 11:20 it mentions the brother of Joab and then in the same sentence uses the word brandishing. Kim's middle name is Jo and her older sister's name is Brandi. There are other patterns to her sisters too but these sort of mention them by name.
Of course, it helps if you know that there is a magical spiritual reality available that comes deep cleansing and often major dietary upgrades. It's also why Jesus was teaching the same thing, if you find his teachings in the Essene Gospel of Peace. In this text, he even says things like, "You'll never see the father unless you clean your colon." But, this is paraphrased...
In the Bible Jesus says things more like, happy are those who wash their robes, as they can enter the tree of life. The tree of life is elsewhere explained as God's paradise. He also said, first clean the inside of the cup and then the outside will also be clean.
Kim's book Cleaning Up! is here http://www.cleaningupcleanse.com. You can also preorder The Sacred Prophecies Have Been Fulfilled
here. It shouldn't be long.
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