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    Folks, Antioxidants for your consideration.....

    Folks,

    I know it's been mentioned by some members that eating well is a plus especially if you're living a fairly stressful lifestyle.....

    Here's a link if you wish to check out some fruits and vegetables that are high in antioxidants to boost up your immune system, etc....if others wish to add to the thread feel free.

    20 Common Foods With the Most Antioxidants

    Regards + HH

    Bill
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    I throw my support behind this 100%. Eating a balanced, healthy diet is very important. Anti-oxidants reduce the amount of free radicals in the body. The benefit of this is not scientifically proven; however, it has significant theoretical modalities that would support it. I start off every day by drinking green tea.
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    Crispin,

    And here's another one for you.....did you know that Guinness is very high in iron content....it makes you tough as nails....

    In Ireland it's common practice for the doctors to prescribe a pint of Guinness to new mothers to build up their energy after giving birth.....and who says I'm not up on my medical stuff.....better watch your back dude....lol.

    Regards + HH

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    Actually, I did know that and have heard it. Did you know that most animals eat the placenta after birth? It is loaded with iron, nutrients, and good for the immune system. Homo Sapiens are the exception...shocker.

    Crispin
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    Crispin,

    Yeah but we're not as far up the evolutionary scale as many of the animal species.....trust me I've seen the proof over and over again......not saying where mind you because I might get myself into trouble....and you know me well enough that I wouldn't want to misbehave.....lol.

    Regards + HH

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill from lachine View Post
    Folks,

    I know it's been mentioned by some members that eating well is a plus especially if you're living a fairly stressful lifestyle.....

    Here's a link if you wish to check out some fruits and vegetables that are high in antioxidants to boost up your immune system, etc....if others wish to add to the thread feel free.

    20 Common Foods With the Most Antioxidants

    Regards + HH

    Bill
    Bill, You ain't gonna believe this, but every one of those foods, except the artichokes, are a constant part of my diet. CRAP, now I'm gonna live forever...
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    Quote Originally Posted by austin View Post
    Bill, You ain't gonna believe this, but every one of those foods, except the artichokes, are a constant part of my diet. CRAP, now I'm gonna live forever...
    O great, now we have to suffer you for the rest of OUR lives.
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    Gosh, I really love you guys. No not that way...
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    Austin,

    Here's a song for you......lol.


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    Just a note of caution. Fine print on a lot of these beneficial foods is that you would need to eat sooo much to get the beneficial pact that its nearly impossible. Also always look at who is funding the studies that say that chocolate, wine, blueberries, pomogranites, etc is the next "superfood". It's usually something like the Maine wild blueberry association or the wine producers association, etc, etc. everything balanced and in good moderation - and moderate exercise. In the end a lot of health / longevity comes down to genetics. Always be skeptical.

    E

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    stockpicker,

    I tend to agree that genetics are way up there as a strong factor....of course it doesn't hurt to get a boost from lots of fruits and veggies along the way....

    Insofar as genetics is concerned look at Winston Churchill as an example.....lasted until 92.....smoked cigars, loved his booze, was overweight, went through tremendous stress and was probably bipolar to boot.....that would be a prime example of genetics having a strong influence......

    I do like your thoughtful commentary on the threads.

    Regards + HH

    Bill

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    Austin,

    You may want to check out Andrew Weil, MD traditionally trained doctor at Harvard and decided to take a more holistic approach to treating his patients using a combination of diet and traditional approaches.....he has some books published on the topic....

    Regards + HH

    Bill



    Quote Originally Posted by austin View Post
    Bill, You ain't gonna believe this, but every one of those foods, except the artichokes, are a constant part of my diet. CRAP, now I'm gonna live forever...

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    I'm having a very hard time finding dried Apricot seeds any buddy have a source? Great Cancer fighter. But more then 7 per day can be toxic.

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    I think the key is to get them as fresh/local as possible. What a diff in the taste between store bought and fresh.

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    onfire,

    If you check with a health food store you might have some luck.....however.....since they are considered toxic/semi poisonous there could be restrictions on selling them.

    There's a group of people in Asia called the Hunza living high up in the mountains that use the seeds as their primary source of vegetable oil......but they've perfected a way of selecting the less toxic seeds to propagate their trees and they've reduced the toxicity to almost nil over the years.

    Good luck.....you may also wish to do a google search for other foods which may have similar anti cancer agents....I believe pumpkin seeds may have similar benefits without the risk factor.

    Regards + HH

    Bill


    Quote Originally Posted by onfire View Post
    I'm having a very hard time finding dried Apricot seeds any buddy have a source? Great Cancer fighter. But more then 7 per day can be toxic.

 

 
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