Every aspect of NB Science is designed to build vitality. This is what distinguishes NB from many other healing sciences. Higher vitality, then does the healing at many levels at once.
The 7 foods that follow are our top foods for the NB program.
The 7 Best Food on a Nutritional Balancing
Eat 2-3 cups of cooked vegetables at each meal, least three times daily. This means 6-9 cups of cooked vegetables daily. The vegetables should be cooked until soft, NOT RAW. You will obtain many more minerals from cooked vegetables than from raw ones, cooking kills bacteria on vegetables, and the losses due to proper cooking are minimal. Do not eat salads for this reason. Each day, eat at least:
A) Two Root vegetables, such as carrots, turnips, rutabaga, daikon, sweet potato, yams, or onions.
B) Two Cruciferous vegetables, such as cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, or cauliflower.
C) One or two Greens, such as spinach, kale, carrot tops, cilantro, mustard greens, Chinese cabbage, bok choy or Swiss chard.
Soft-cooked eggs are a wonderful and very inexpensive protein food. Most people can have eggs three times a week or more. Up to 6 or 8 eggs weekly are good for most people. Be sure to cook eggs soft, with the yolk runny. Read more
3. Carrot Juice
Carrot juice is an excellent source of many nutrients, including vitamins A (beta carotene), B, C, E, and others. Vitamin A is needed for tissue growth, especially in bones. Vitamin A is also very important in maintaining good vision. Vitamin C has a wide variety of uses throughout our entire body, such as collagen production of the mucous membranes, skin, bones, and teeth. Vitamin C is also a very crucial antioxidant. In addition, carrots grown in rich organic soil contain a multitude of trace nutrients essential to health. read more
4. Blue Corn Chips
Blue corn is one of the oldest varieties of corn. The Pueblo Indian tribe in the Southwestern United States was using it at least as far back as 1540 when Spanish explorers discovered the region. But this type of corn certainly goes back to the pre-Columbian era.
Blue corn benefits seem to fall under two categories: anti-cancer and anti-diabetic.
First, blue corn possesses anti-cancer effects by reducing expression of genes involved in the proliferation of tumor cells, as well as suppressing the development of colon cancer cells in rats.
Second, scientists studied rats on a high-fat diet, and divided them into two groups. The test group’s diet was supplemented with purple corn pigment, and these subjects were found to be less likely to develop early signs of obesity and diabetes than the controls. Read more
Here are the health benefits to lamb:
- Lamb meat is an excellent source of high quality protein.
- Lamb meat is an ideal source of iron. An average portion can provide 20 per cent of the recommended daily intake for men and 12 per cent for women. The iron found in lamb meat and other red meat is in a form that is easily absorbed by the body. The inclusion of iron in the diet is vital in the formation of red blood cells.
- Lamb meat provides 45 per cent of the daily requirement of zinc, essential for growth, healing and a healthy immune system. Like iron, the zinc found in lamb meat is more easily absorbed by the body than zinc found in other sources.
- Lamb meat is a great source of B vitamins, essential for metabolic reactions in the body. It can provide over 100 per cent of the daily requirement of B12 and is a good source of thiamine.
- Lamb meat also contains trace elements such as copper, manganese and selenium.
- As a result of breeding developments, feeding practices, butchery methods and trimming, the fat in lamb meat has been greatly reduced over the past 20 years. For example, Lamb Leg Steaks may contain as little as 5.1 per cent fat.
- Half the fat in lamb meat is unsaturated, which is good for you. Most of the unsaturated fat is monounsaturated, commonly found in the healthy 'Mediterranean-type diet'
Sardines are named after Sardinia, the Italian island where large schools of these fish were once found. While sardines are delightful enjoyed fresh, they are most commonly found canned, since they are so perishable. With growing concern over the health of the seas, people are turning to sardines since they are at the bottom of the aquatic food chain, feeding solely on plankton, and therefore do not concentrate heavy metals, such as mercury, and contaminants as do some other fish.
While there are six different types of species of sardines belong to the Clupeidae family, more than 20 varieties of fish are sold as sardines throughout the world. What these fish share in common is that they are small, saltwater, oily-rich, silvery fish that are soft-boned. Read more
7. Raw Milk
Raw milk is milk that has not been pasteurized or homogenized. While proponents have stated that there are benefits to consuming raw milk, the medical community has warned of the dangers of consuming unpasteurized milk. Read more
Want to lengthen your Telomeres?
Start slowly to implement the right food and see how better you will begin to feel.
Sources: Lawrence Wilson, MD