Natural Health, Herb &
Raw & Living Foods
How to Put More Energy &
Health into Your Daily Life
And What Books and
Experts to Consult,
to Learn & Do More
Can Improve Athletic
Definitely Improves Stretching & Bodywork
Often Removes Pain
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incorporate healthy, high energy & muscularly strengthening
foods into YOUR life. And to "know what you are doing."
and de-mystifies a lot of the why’s and how-to’s
of natural health, even beyond just diet. Includes Ann Wigmore
Living Foods Center program ideas with Raw Food, juicing,
high level nutrition programs
of other renowned experts.
A 130 page, 8-1/2 x 11 detailed
A systematic approach developed by the author
over 9 years, for himself and his clients.
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for illnesses, energy increases, muscle
tightness, fixing pain,
for resources & books to go to and get.
Includes herbs, inexpensive "foods" as supplements not usually
mentioned, self massage, trauma release and other methods
Lou advised me about diet and certain
supplements I could get
on my own, and from just one food I feel more energy in three
days, and with another food I feel more nourished and have stronger
but calmer energies.
Emotional Component Clearing
Many illnesses and
injuries have an emotional trauma component, say from the physical blows
in an auto accident or from extreme tightness & emotional holding during
rape, abuse or other trauma. My professionally trained trauma
release methods work quickly and easily to remove them. Trauma Release Therapy Article
I did a number of sessions of Bodywork & release
therapy, and when we got to release an experience where I was forced to
eat poorly by a dominating, abusive adult, I could actually change my diet
the very next day and had none of the old intestinal spasms from the
healthier food, as I would have before. Also, I had my liver checked
at the doctor's, and from the release of anger and tension through a
number of sessions, my liver is actually working healthier.
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Nutrition Increases Bodywork Benefits
Helps improve muscle and connective tissue consistency and metabolism.
Makes Structures more relaxed and more easily stretchable, helps to
decrease pain and tightness, reduces reflex point tension, removes stress
& makes people less susceptible to tightening up in stress.
The purpose of this unique book
How this Book is different
from other books you might have read
Here's a book that explains Ann Wigmore living
foods, raw foods, western & Chinese herbs, and juicing, and gives a common sense approach on
introduce and incorporate them in your diet. It
ways to add high-level nutrition, exercise, detoxification and both bodywork and bodymind
therapies that even busy people can do, and enjoy, in their daily lives.
The book explains how to make it easy to incorporate these
practices into our lifestyle as we start with some of the parts and add
more later on. It gives us a lot of background information so we,
ourselves, understand why we might want to do these things.
since this is a health improvement book and not a doctor's program to cure
an illness, one doesn't have to make drastic changes and suddenly give up
our favorite things. It even explains how adding some more nutrition
of various types can balance out some of the "using up" that happens when
we eat unhealthfully, or go through a lot of stress.
information saves people a lot of time looking through lots of other books
and researching lots of other programs. It gives you the benefit of
my many years doing this already. I've lived at three Living Food - Raw Food
Centers, including two Ann Wigmore style Centers. I even
started one of my own. And while not that many herbs are covered in
the book, I give free updated consultations involving them.
But the book helps you become more self sufficient, too. It
guides you to a number of books, of the pioneering experts. I want you to make sense out of what's
out there so I've given you titles, explanations of the authors'
approaches, and some ways to put their methods into a logical program of
also information by modern day medical researchers that's easy to
understand. It concerns our food supply and what you get in supermarkets.
book can save people time and money. It goes a long way in helping
them make sense out of all the information and advice that's out there.
It is a guide book to the field, and a book that opens the
door to finding out more on ones own, in a knowledgeable and organized
is also a guide book for developing one's own natural health and wholistic health program.
It's not just a food and diet book. A lot of the information comes out of my 25 years getting treatments
from various kinds of body therapists, physicians and so forth, both when
I was pretty healthy and also when I was pretty sick. So it's a
report of real experience you might be able to use.
and bodymind therapy information comes out of my 20 years as a
professional in the field. So here, you're getting information from
information for Health
Practitioners so they can become more knowledgeable
& do a more thorough job for their patients. No matter what
one's particular methods of treatment, I think it helps us do those
methods better when we know more about the body and other areas of health.
Much of the information isn't in the curriculum of MD’s,
DC’s, OMD’s & LAc’s, Nurses, Massage Practitioners, Physical Therapists, &
Energy Healers. Some, like the physical and psychological therapies,
are not even in the education of Ann Wigmore style Living Food, Raw Food & Macrobiotic Health
Please note this
disclaimer:Mr. Green's Vitality Program is not a
prescription to cure any disease.
Rather, this is a discussion of things I
have learned, and done. I
pass the info on to you. It is your responsibility to use these
suggestions and information booklets in accord with what you feel
comfortable with in your own body. But I'm not
just making a disclaimer when I say consult a knowledgeable physician for illness
or injury healing
programs. The healthy foods and treatment practices talked about
in these booklets are pretty common knowledge. Even the U.S. government
and a lot of MD's say to do them. But for illness, I think we need to know
I've seen a few, but too many situations when someone
had something seriously wrong that needed medical, or at least very
knowledgeable naturopathic intervention, and either natural health
lifestyle friends, or licensed health practitioners (including MD's, OMD's
and Nurses) missed the serious problem
I emphasize that people learn a
lot about their own bodies and find experts they can rely on. The
information in this book is meant to help you become more knowledgeable in
As a Bodyworker,
I've found juicing dark green leafy vegetables, raw diet, herbs, detoxification, body energy techniques and body manipulation
methods could indeed heal some injuries, a lot faster and more thoroughly
than the inflammation reducing drug and rest programs my doctors
recommended. But I knew what I had because I'd gotten it checked out.
And I knew what I was doing because I'd done it a lot before, when I
wasn't injured. So I also tell
people with persistent structural pains to get their condition examined
and properly diagnosed so they, too, at least know what they're dealing
with. Then they can do what's necessary to get effective,
established help, whatever it is.
Mr. Green's Vitality Program
The How-to Booklet
48 detailed 8-1/2 by
11 single spaced pages
is a booklet designed to save you time and money while you get healthier.
It draws on the author's 10 years experience finding out what works, and
easy ways to do it.
many natural health practices, suggesting what to do, when to do it and
how to do it, plus how each part of the program fits in with the
others.Some is taken from programs in Ann Wigmore Living
Centers, but an awful lot is from books by other experts, and
ALL are practices I've employed for myself.
Rather than aiming at curing disease and suggesting
various vitamin and mineral supplements, this book lays out a natural
health lifestyle for improved energy and well being, one that people can incorporate an easy step at a time into
their current lifestyle. And it
tells exactly where to look elsewhere to get more specific information,
including how some experts say to heal particular ailments with natural
Tips are given on how to do the practices even on a busy schedule,
even how to be "creative" and
make them convenient. The tips are my own. The
practices are those emphasized by experts who’ve improved the health of
tens of thousands of people each. I then give you my own
experience and insight from doing it for 10 years, including how I've
combined the best from each program.
There are numerous references to
many experts, and to a lot of their easy to find and easy to read books. The
booklet encourages you to get them so you can read much further on your own.
With this amount of understanding, people can browse the health food store
book shelves and investigate various programs and products more
This is an actual “guide book ,“
which, along with the following supplemental booklets, de-mystifies a lot
of the vast realm of natural health.
The subjects included are: 1.) Foods,
living foods, raw
foods, with juicing dark green leafy vegetables, sprouts,
sea vegetables and herbs, along with the
"life force" concept and my own “just add good stuff to your body” philosophy.
2.) Water, why we need
it, oxygen, how it helps, fortitude, which is a must, aerobic, mild
weights and rebounder exercise, and how to do it with little time at home,
lymphasizing for curing disease, and self massage.
3.) Intestinal Cleansing,
and detoxification, which includes tips for home enema’ing and colonics as well as a
description of a number of available herbal programs created by actual
practicing natural healers, and the author’s experience with them.
4.) Body therapies,
including how and why each of them works, and helps you: massage,
acupressure, chiropractic and Structural Integration Bodywork, plus a nice
commentary on reflexology, chi kung self massage, and polarity therapy,
with book references. There are even tips on self massage, couple’s
massage and family massage.
5.) Fasting, both
water and juice, with suggestions from the different experts' programs
that you can incorporate in your daily life.
6.) Improving Positive
Attitude and Thoughts though meditation, especially breath counting,
and including a few easy how-to methods, affirmations and mantras, and how
they improve our energies and emotions, and emotional release clearing
that removes old trauma from the body tissues that contribute to illness.
Also mentioned is how these and the other physical practices work with
This booklet is unusual in the Living
Raw Food field. It adds very helpful
bodywork and bodymind
techniques to the usual natural health & raw food information.
you why and how they help. It gives you many pages of information that isn’t well known
in other health care fields as well as
in natural health and raw food circles.
The booklet is also
unique in the way it gives encouragement on how to work at the program.
That, too, comes out of my own experience and what I've talked about with
A Key Resource Booklet
What the Experts Say, &
What Books Should We Read
16 detailed 8-1/2 x
11 single spaced pages
A discussion of water fasting, juice fasting, raw and living
foods, detoxification and internal cleansing, especially of the colon and lymph, by
reviewing the lives and teachings of Arnold Ehret, Norman Walker, Paul
Bragg, Ann Wigmore and others. Explains how they overcame their own
health challenges and developed their own specific kind of wholistic
Emphasizes how they all came to similar conclusions, and basic methods,
which are covered in my own How-To Booklet. Yet they each emphasized
something a little different. Discusses
wheatgrass juice and living food centers. Also
mentions resources and books from C. Samuel West, John
Christopher, Richard Schulze, Robert Kirschner, Achavar Houvanessian,
Victorus Kulvinskis, Steve Meyerowitz, Edward Howell, Stan Malstrom, Paavo
Airola, David Wolfe, Jack LaLanne, Rich Anderson, Bernard Jensen, Bud
Curtis, Louise Tenney and Ron Teeguarden. A good
way to get oriented to a fasting, juicing, raw food and inner
cleansing health program, also pointing you, in a logical way, to which books
to read, and the information they contain.
The Bottom Line
Life Force & Green
Information & Suggestions
11 detailed 8-1/2 x 11
single spaced pages
Life force is the key to health
and a happy demeanor. This inspiring booklet discusses how to put more
life force in your body with foods, air, water, detoxification and special
exercise.It particularly emphasizes the
benefits of chlorophyll foods and especially, dark green leafy vegetables
and their juices, and describes different ways to put lots of greens into
the body. It discusses
which kind of juicers to get for the greens. And it discusses wheatgrass
juice and some other green superfoods. There’s also a commentary about the
necessity of plain water and one on how the greens counter the negative
results of a very busy lifestyle. All subjects
include references to excellent books on the subjects.
When Rebuilding the Body
and beware the problems
with meat, milk, oils and cooked starch
10-1/2 detailed 8-1/2 x 11
single spaced pages
This booklet discusses other health diet programs like the Atkins diet,
the Del Mar diet, vegetarianism and veganism, macrobiotics, and then a raw
and living foods diet. It points out some of the benefits of eliminating
starch, and how there are problems with getting our protein from animal foods.
It especially comments on the dangers of milk and flesh. It explains the
problems with some cooked vegetarian lifestyles and how both cooked starch
and raw greens affect the liver and lymphatic system. It’s a good insight
into these different programs because it gives solutions as well as
mentioning drawbacks. Books to read and
references to successful contemporary natural lifestyle doctors are included.
It even tells you how
to make tasty, yet uncooked barley bread and uncooked, unprocessed barley
and oat cereals.
Clear Q & A Information from a Practitioner
Join the People Who
the Living Foods Lifestyle
10 detailed 8-1/2 x 11 single spaced pages.
This question and answer style booklet
gives a lot of good information on the following subjects.What are
living foods and raw roods and why are they good for us? What are their
major health factors? What’s the difference between living and raw? Can
they be prepared easily and taste good? Do they include breads, snacks
and warmed dishes? How can I build my health with them? Can I lose
weight with them? How can I save money by eating these kinds of foods,
and how do I take them with me when I’m out for the day or on a trip? Do
I have to be a fanatic? Do I have to eat only living foods? Can I still
eat meat? Is organic food better and how do I grow some in my home? What
are the specific kinds of good dishes to make? Where and how can I learn
I wrote this
booklet right after I'd spent three months in an Ann Wigmore style
Center. The program director there liked it a lot.
One Can Incorporate into Daily Life
& The Living Foods Lifestyle
How it developed and
What it consists of 12 detailed 8-1/2 x 11 single spaced pages.
This Booklet will introduce you to health
expert Dr. Ann Wigmore and the passion that led her to develop a
lifestyle based on Foods that are Living, a lifestyle that can
heal and regenerate human beings, not only physically, but by using the
right nutrition, mentally, emotionally and spiritually as well.
You’ll also read about the properties of the
different foods she uses and the wisdom behind choosing them. It seems Ann
Wigmore’s whole life was oriented toward learning about health, and then
teaching it to millions of others. She was guided this way from
her earliest upbringing, and then by the unique relationships she had with just
the right knowledgeable experts that came into her adult life.
She was raised in Eastern Lithuania by her grandmother, the
local herbalist and natural healer. And right from childhood, she trained
young Ann in Natural Healing and ministering to the sick. Ann saw how the
treatments helped her and many others, including the soldiers horribly
wounded near their village, during World War I. Dr. Ann also developed a strong connection with nature
and the creatures in it, and so, her Lifestyle program emphasizes an
approach to health that puts us in close contact with the natural forces
of the earth and even encourages us to have strong faith that what
happens has a purpose and things will naturally work out well for us.
In this booklet you'll read about both this remarkable
woman's personal determination, her stream of connections that created the
"lifestyle" she found so healing, and as I said, the various foods that
make up the Living Health Lifestyle program she taught.