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  1. @AutonomousOne1980 The article "The five levels of healing" by Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt is a must read for you: http://www.klinghardtacademy.com/images/st..._of_Healing.pdf Great post! Your theory is true, emotional issues influence the body's physiolgy and can cause all kinds of diseases. And it's not like: "Yes, emotions have an impact on the body, because when I'm angry I always get a stomach aiche" - Emotions have a far greater importance on health than that. Unresolved emotional issues
  2. Excellent work, glenn. This is one more example, that shows that the metabolic typing approach is the way to go! I'm interested in the same question that SoCold asked: Did you have your metabolic type tested or did you just experiment and find out that meat is good for you? Metabolic typing is not another diet, but basically takes into consideration all diets (low carb, high protein,...) that exist. Since we are all different biochemically, we also need different foods. Metabolic typing deter
  3. Hello, I will finally get a blendtec total bleder for Christmas. So now I'm starting to look for green smoothies recipes. Do you know of any good books, internet pages, etc. regarding recipes? Thanks for helping!
  4. @ I am snow There's in general nothing wrong with taking high amounts and doses of supplements. Todays food (and I'm talking about the good stuff like vegetables and fruit) is lacking in nutrients due to several factors, a major one being the quality decline of the soil. When the soil is bad the palnt is bad, because the plant eats the soil. So the saying "you are what you eat" also applies in the case of plants. You will never be able to get the nutrient density, that people got a few decades
  5. This is a good questionnaire. I have't done any cleansing yet though.
  6. Hello! I've decided to get a total blender from blendtec. If I buy it in Germany (that's where I live) it would be 600 Euros instead of 300 Euros in the US. Thats twice the US-price. -crazy! So I definitely want to get it in the US. The problem is, the US-total blender is a 110/120VAC machine, whereas the German (and European?) electrical devices are 220/240VAC machines. So I was wondering, wether I can make the US-blender work fine in Germany (by using a transformator or something like that
  7. Hello! I've decided to get a total blender from blendtec. If I buy it in Germany (that's where I live) it would be 600 Euros instead of 300 Euros in the US. Thats twice the US-price. -crazy! So I definitely want to get it in the US. The problem is, the US-total blender is a 110/120VAC machine, whereas the German (and European?) electrical devices are 220/240VAC machines. So I was wondering, wether I can make the US-blender work fine in Germany (by using a transformator or something like that
  8. Hello ABG Fairy, thank you for your informative answer, which was of great help to me! As you suggested, I think I'll go with a blender for now. Ok, vitamix and blendtec seem to be the best. Which one would you suggest? Are there any major differences? (For example: Is the stamper, which is missing in the blendtec important?) Can you suggest a store, where i can get whatever blender you reccomend, from? Sorry for bothering you, but $400+ is big money for me.
  9. Thanks everyone for answering! Ok, blender seems to be the better choice with regard to health. So I'll probably get a blender.I heard vitamix and blendtec are the best, vitamix being slightly better. @blackbirdbeatle: So the omega that you have can be used both as a blender and a juicer? That would be perfect, I could make smoothies and juices with just one machine.
  10. Hello people! I've decided to start with green smoothies and want to buy a machine. As far as I know there are two different types of machines: Blenders and juicers. The result of a blender is a more or less thick food mass (sorry about my English), called a smoothie. There are no left overs. A juicer on the other hand makes perfectly fluid juice and there will be left overs from your fruits and vegetables that you throw away. Is there an advantage of blenders over juicers with regard to hea
  11. Since leafy greens are good for the skin when consumed in green smoothies, I thought they could also be good when applied topically in form of a skin cream. What do you think of a skin cream containing high amounts of leafy greens?
  12. Hello people! I've decided to start with green smoothies and want to buy a machine. As far as I know there are two different types of machines: Blenders and juicers. The result of a blender is a more or less thick food mass (sorry about my English), called a smoothie. There are no left overs. A juicer on the other hand makes perfectly fluid juice and there will be left overs from your fruits and vegetables that you throw away. I haven't read the entire thread yet, but it seems like everyo
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