Build Strong Healthy Feet by Paul C. Bragg, Patricia Bragg

By Paul C. Bragg, Patricia Bragg

This booklet covers the various features of our toes and their courting to the body's different platforms. With right care our toes can stay healthy for an entire life.

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A good nutritious diet is based on the amount of protective foods that are used in it. For a healthy diet have ample raw and properly cooked organic vegetables and fresh fruits (page 29). Also have a balance of protein (vegetarian is best), plus minerals, vitamins and enzymes. You are what you eat, drink, breathe, think, say and do! , Health Crusader 27 Important insert from Bragg Miracle of Fasting Book - Copy and share with friends. BENEFITS FROM THE JOYS OF FASTING Fasting renews your faith in yourself, your strength and Gods strength.

Hence, circulation may often become sluggish in the feet (cold and aching feet are two of the signs of poor circulation). See Chapter 11 (page 117) for more info on foot reflexology, a specialized and very pleasant, relaxing, powerful healing technique. Every man is the builder of a temple called his body. We are all our own sculptors and painters and our material is our own flesh, blood and bones. – Henry David Thoreau. org/thoreau Dad and I loved our many visits to Walden Pond. Dad even duplicated Thoreau's Walden Pond Cabin for our retreat near Malibu, CA.

Which are concentrated sources of nutrients and fiber. ; and vegetables: tomato, carrot, cabbage, etc. , spinach or cabbage for variety salads. GO FOR BROWN RICE. It’s better for you and so delicious. EAT THE SKINS of potatoes and other organic fruits and vegetables. LOOK FOR HEALTH CRACKERS with at least 2 grams of fiber per ounce. SERVE HUMMUS, made from chickpeas, instead of sour-cream dips. USE WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR for baking breads, muffins, pastries, pancakes, waffles and for variety try other whole grain flours.

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