Greetings Brethren,

Almighty God made in us a body that would last forever. However, man in his human failings left God. Thus, we now have to deal with physical illness. But in God is found the healing of the body, soul and Spirit. Hence all manners of physical illness are laid to rest. Eat well and feel the blessings of the Creator.

Peace and Love,

Carl Patton writing for the FreedomJournal April 12, 2002 in the year of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.



Part 2: Sterols and Sterolins

In the name of Jehovah God, Master of the universe, Ruler of the earth.

What exactly are these substances?

Present in every plant, sterols and sterolins are literally vegetable fats, which have been proven as effective enhancers of the human immune response. Some plants particularly seeds and sprouts, are richer than others in the compounds are. If sterols and sterolins are found naturally in fruits, vegetables and seeds, why do I need to take them as supplements?

For several reasons. First, contemporary diets noticeably lack the necessary servings of fruits, vegetables and seeds. Second, sterols and sterolins are bound to the fibers in the plant, which makes them very hard to absorb. They yield a low percentage of bioavailability. The third, and probably the most important reason why you need this supplement, is that food preparation removes or breaks down much of the sterols and sterolins present in your nutrition.

Nutrition Program, found that b-sitosterol appears to play an important role in inhibiting the growth of human prostate cancer cells.

Plant seeds are the richest source of the sterols and sterolins, whilst vegetable oils, margarine, grain products, fruit, vegetables and nuts are also important sources. If sterols occur naturally in fruits and veggies, is it necessary to supplement a normal healthy diet?


We know that correct nutrition helps boost the immune system, especially eating unrefined foods, fruit, vegetables and nuts. These foods are rich in plant sterols and sterolins, ingredients that have been proven to enhance the action of our immune systems, in addition to numerous other proposed benefits. Unfortunately, for many of us, our lifestyle and diet fall short of the optimum, especially during conditions of stress, slimming routines, ill health or old age. Supplementation, especially in these cases, may be indicated.


It's packed with nutrition and flavor. Adding strawberries to your diet may help you fight cancer, heart disease and other ills.

The Nutritional Value of Strawberries

Strawberries are high in vitamins and low in calories one cup of fresh strawberries contains only about 55 calories. Best of all, strawberries are also fat-free and contain no cholesterol. They are high in vitamin C and foliate. Strawberries are a good source of potassium too.


Spinach is an excellent source of:

Iron Foliate Magnesium Beta-carotene Vitamin A Vitamin C In addition, it is a rich source of phytochemicals plant compounds that have a strong antioxidant properties. Furthermore, spinach is an excellent source of alpha-lipoic acid and also a powerful antioxidant.

Spinach helps fight free radical damage

A diet rich in spinach (and other fruits and vegetables) helps protect against free radical damage, through its anti-oxidant activity. Antioxidants are nutrients that disarm the reactive, harmful molecules known as free radicals. Free radicals are the undesirable byproducts of various metabolic functions and cause general cell damage. Over time, this damage, called oxidative damage or oxidative stress, is believed to play a leading role in certain age-related changes and diseases, such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes.


The recommended five daily servings of fruit and vegetables are important for us to promote health and help ward off diseases. Just remember to include spinach as one of your five-a-day. Fortunately, spinach is a versatile vegetable that combines well with other foods, especially cheese. If you are not mad about the taste of spinach, you can eat it without noticing it at all by including it in salads, quiches, soups, etc.

Cont. Part 3: Broccoli & Your Health




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