Adding LIFE to your years and years to your life!
I own this DVD...I highly recommend it! After watching this,
you will totally understand WHY I am such an advocate
for Green Smoothies as foundational in the Raw Food
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In this inspirational lecture, Victoria addresses some of the most intriguing questions regarding health. Is anything missing in the raw food diet? How do chimpanzees eat in the wild? What is green smoothie and what are its benefits? Why is it hard to love greens? What is the nutritional value of greens? Fiber - the magic sponge. What is the significance of stomach acid? How can greens make the body more alkaline? Why is healthy soil more valuable than gold?
Check out Victoria's books in the RFR Library:
Green For Life (the book this DVD represents)
Check out Clent's story of losing 226 lbs on Green Smoothies! Click HERE!
The above videos are not in this DVD...but I am sharing them so you can hear Victoria!
I really like Italian parsley. It tastes sweeter than regular curly leaf parsley.
What a revolutionary thought! (above sign). I could disturb absolutely everyone I know quite a lot with that sign!! And yet it's only a few greens. Why is that?
This just in from Victoria!
Scientists have just discovered another great reason to consume fruits, vegetables, and especially greens.
Apparently, a gas called Nitric oxidewidens our blood vessels, permits smooth blood flow, inhibits development of blockages, and destroys inflammation.
There is also a special enzyme called XOR that our body can produce in abundance. For a long time, scientists could not figure out the role of this enzyme. About a year ago, researchers at Stanford University concluded a study in which they discovered that the enzyme XOR produces nitric oxide from dietary nitrite, which comes from fruits, vegetables, and particularly from greens! A lack of dietary nitrite contributes to atherosclerosis, vascular inflammation, hypertension, and chronic narrowing of blood vessels.
Here is the quote from the research article I like most:
“Supporters of this hypothesis may be served best by generous helpings of leafy green vegetables.”
You may read the original article here: