The Miracle Of Wheatgrass


The Miracle of Wheatgrass

I. What’s in Wheatgrass Juice?

Why should I drink wheatgrass juice?

Wheatgrass juice will provide you with more energy by fulfilling nurtitional deficencies and by removing wastes that clog your cells, blood, tissues and organs. I firmly believe that even so called “healthy” people can live their lives at an even higher level of energy and mental concentration. We have all read the horror stories concerning environmental hazards that our bodies are subjected to as a result of our highly developed industrial and technical lifestyles: all forms of pollution (air, water, sound, etc.); chemicals in our food and water; radiation given out by televisions, computers, and other high-tech machines; and so on. When the body is subjected to these hazards it loses its balance, resulting in loss of energy, inability to concentrate, and depression, not to mention other more devastating degenerative conditions. It has been scientifically shown that wheatgrass juice neutralizes these environmental toxins, allowing the body to balance itself and operate at maximum efficiency.

How much wheatgrass juice should I drink each day?

As a daily nutritional supplement and “environmental- hazard neutralizer”, I would reccomend 1 or 2 ounces per day, taken on an empty stomach, preferably before a meal. If a juicer is un available, the grass can be chewed and the pulp discarded.

You just mentioned that wheatgrass is also a nutritional supplement. Can you elaborate?

First of all, it is not a supplement. It is a complete food. Of all the valuable compounds contained in wheatgrass juice, chlorophyll is one of the most important. If it were not for its delicate nature, I think it would be one of the top weapons in the medical arsenal. Its instability is of no concern to us, however, because we can grow, juice, and drink wheatgrass without having to store it for long periods.

Most importantly, I want to educate people about the Living Food Lifestyle that I developed around wheatgrass. Among other activities, this lifesyle involves growing wheatgrass for oneself. Besides being inexpensive, this indoor gardening helps to calm the mind and relieve stress. By using my indoor composting techniques, a person returns to nature and, as a result, experiences pride that he/she is really contributing to the healing of this earth and toward a more peaceful and healthy life for all of us.

Furthermore, much is to be learned about the care of children and the elderly with wheatgrass and the Living Food Lifestyle.

I never intended my knowledge of wheatgrass to be used by money-hungry promoters of health to exploit innocent health- seekers. Instead, I lovingly encourage health-seekers to take 100% control of their lives and to learn to supply their own wheatgrass needs themselves.

When one makes the transition to the Living Food Lifestyle one understands the –>Miracle of Wheatgrass

What is chlorophyll?

Chlorophyll is a proteinous compound found in the green leaves of plants and grasses. It converts the sun’s energy into a form that plants, animals and people can use. Thus it is sort of a living battery. (Thinnk Energizer Bunny) Also important is its remarkable similiarity to hemoglobin, (Thinnk Healthy Blood) the compound that carries oxygen in the blood. We have all read that an oxygen-rich body is a healthy one.

Besides chlorophyll, what other nutrients are contained in wheatgrass juice?

The nutritional structure of wheatgrass is very close to that of our body; in other words, it contains all of the necessary vitamins, minerals and protein that our body needs. (Your body would have to be exceptionally efficient for this to be true.) I could fill up a book describing the wealth of elements in wheatgrass juice. (The Wheatgrass Book.) I do want to say, now, that wheatgrass juice provides these elements together in exact proportions that nature intended. NO SUPPLEMENTS with their truncated, “mega-dose” quantities can provide the body with the nutrients found in wheatgrass juice. The vitamins and minerals should be taken only as nature intended — that is, in whole foods.

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