Interview With Dr. Robert Young
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Written by Edie Weinstein-Moser   
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If one simple change could enhance your health, would you do it? The initial alteration is awareness. According to Dr. Robert O. Young, a research scientist whose work focuses on cellular biology, one of the major contributing factors to a vibrant, healthy body is the appropriate balance of alkalinity and acidity. His research led him to create a series of products that he says, along with a diet high in alkalinity and low in acidity, will do just that. You may have seen friends and co-workers carrying plastic bottles filled with a substance that looks for all the world like what my 17 year old son referred to as ‘swamp water’ when he has seen it in my hand.  The taste is slightly sweet, with a definite ‘green’ taste. You know that you are drinking veggies.  He also has suggestions for filling your shopping cart with nutritious foods. (Note that these dietary observations and recommendations are from Dr. Young’ research and discoveries. New Visions neither endorses nor disputes his statements.)  Before beginning any new dietary program, please consult your health care provider.

 Most of these foods can be purchased in your local supermarket, while others are available in health food stores. Here’s a rather substantial, alphabetical list:

avocado, beets, bell peppers, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, chard cucumber, dark lettuce, eggplant, garlic, herbs (fresh), jicama, kale, leeks, lemon, lime, onion, parsley, red and new potatoes, seasonal fruit (once you are in balance), spinach, squash, tomato, zucchini, tofu, salmon, trout, free range turkey (to be eaten on rare occasions), boca burgers (vegan), manna bread (sun seed or whole wheat), almond butter, almond milk, amaranth, basmati rice, brown rice cakes buckwheat, dulse flakes, flours (spelt, millet, amaranth, etc), grape seed oil, almonds brazil nuts, flax seeds, filberts, macadamia nuts, pecans (seasonal), pine nuts, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds walnuts (seasonal) *(all nuts/seeds should be raw and unsalted), hummus, kamut, millet, olive oil, quinoa, rotini (quinoa or spelt), soba noodles (rice or buckwheat), spelt, soy milk, sprouts (any), sun-dried tomatoes (in olive oil), tahini, vegetable broth (yeast-free), wild rice, cinnamon, cumin, garlic, ginger, onion, parsley, thyme, water distilled by reverse osmosis, spices (including all purpose blend, california pizza, cowboy bbq rub, curry seasoning, deliciously dill, garam masala, herbes de provence, italian spice, jamaican jerk, mexican pasta seasoning, spicy garlic bread, Szechwan and Thai seasoning, The Zip), borage oil, fresh salsa (no vinegar), flax seed oil sprouted wheat tortillas (by Alvarado Street), Udo's choice- perfected oil blend, Bragg's Aminos, sea salt, Real Salt brand, adzuki, black black-eyed, cranberry garbanzo, kidney, lentils, mung, pinto.
Dr Young advises, remember to read all labels!! Watch out for citric acid, mushrooms, yeast, vinegar, peanut products, corn products, etc.

Edie: What is disease?

Dr. Young:  Disease is an illusion. There is no disease; there is just balance or imbalance. Disease is not a condition of the tissues; it is a condition of the fluids, in the body and how that effects the tissues.


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