A Healthy Diet for Our Mind

Nobody sane of mind would eat out of a trash can if they don’t have to.

Main stream media information for the most part is pretty much comparable to that rubbish bin…

Today thanks to the Internet we have many healthier choices to feed our mind.

In the age of Information, ignorance is a choice.


Dr Robert Morse – Everything you need to know about foods


The Amen-Ra regimen

A very intriguing and interesting protocol from Dr. Nūn Sava-Siva Amen-Ra

In this video Markus Rothkranz his interviewing him:


Quoting directing from Dr. Amen-Ra website

The Amen Protocol is the result of a decade of rigorous research and systematic self-experimentation. The Protocol has a pentavalent nature, consisting of 5 principal parts: (I) a fasting component, (II) a dietetic component, (III) an exercise component, (IV) an informational/educational component, and (V) a psycho-ascetic/meditative component. Essential elements of the Regimen include the following: 

  • A daily, diurnal fast, 23 hours in duration, wherein no calorie-containing foods or beverages are partaken [Incipient Amen Adherents may initially fast for 21 hours/day]
  • An aerobic exercise session executed in the morning; a resistance exercise session executed in the evening
  • A single nocturnal meal not exceeding an hour in duration [for Inveterate Amenites]
  • Intellectual assimilation of the extensive information and practical principles that undergird the Regimen
  • Intervals of Amenistic Meditation interspersed at opportune junctures throughout the day

Defining features of the Amen Diet are the following:

  • Calorically restricted, with a mean caloric content of 1250 [range 1000-1500 kilocalories]
  • Thoroughly vegetal, devoid of meat
  • Low in glycotoxins (i.e. advanced glycation end-products (AGEs) produced by the chemical combination of simple sugars and proteins both inside and outside the body)
  • Antioxidant rich, adequate in essential micronutrients (i.e. minerals and vitamins)
  • Inclusive of select supplemental or nutraceutical agents known to exert inhibitory effects on the aging process and/or age-related diseases



Diet an Lifestyle, Tip3: Milk and Diary products

Milk is also called “the white lie”. Milk is often full of pesticides, antibiotics and growth hormones (given to the cows).We have been told that we need milk for calcium in our bones. Actually the more milk you drink, the less calcium in your bones and the more calcium in your arteries. In countries where milk is the great part of the diet, osteoporosis is the highest and in countries where there is less milk they have low osteoporosis cases. So the question is why? Milk has calcium, but in order to absorb calcium the body needs magnesium and phosphorus and if the balance between these three minerals is not right it happens that, paradoxically, the bones have to release calcium themselves to keep that balance.Fresh milk is less harmful, but you should drink it directly from the cow’s tits. The pasteurization process make Casein on of the worst digestible protein in the world.The second problem in the milk is Lactose. As we grow up the enzyme called Lactase is less and less present in our body, so we become more Lactose intolerant. Casein produces mucus in the colon and in the sinuses. For the 80% of the children with otitis problems, you stop with milk and it is resolved. Another important thing to know about milk: it neutralizes acids. So when you drink milk, you stop the acids in the stomach, and the body cannot digest the proteins anymore in an efficient way. Undigested proteins  goes in the colon and start putrefying, producing sulfur gas that is very toxic to the body.So there is no reason to drink milk, but if you want to drink it or use it for cooking, you can choose from many alternative such as: soy milk, almonds milk, rice milk or oat milk. For babies that do not get breast milk, it is advisable do not start with soy because soy is an “heavy” protein much better is oat, almonds and rice and when they get 4 years old you can start with soy.Let’s talk about cheese:Cheese is hard to digest and the worst time is after dinner. The second worst thing is eating cheese with something else, for example with bread. The best combination if you can’t stay without is cheese with salad so if you want to eat cheese, eat it alone, as a snack or with salad. The moment you combine it with carbs you are stressing your digestive system. So expecially for people with a weak digestion, eliminate milk and diary products.Yogurt and ice cream:What we call yogurt today is not … yogurt. Often it is refined and with added sugars, colorants etc. If you can “cultivate” you own yogurt with lactic acid bacteria it is ok, and this is another story.A good alternative is try yogurt and ice cream made from tofu (soy cheese), soy milk or rice.I would thank again Dr. Roy Martina for these useful informations.


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