Royal Rife and the Rife Machine

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The Quackbuster's Newest Scam

Medical Ghostwriting

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Operation Cure All - Whose cure?

Mental Decline is Link to Heart Bypass Surgery

Regulatory Abuse

MILK-The hidden toxins Adverse Health Effects

Who is behind the negative news report on vitamin C?

Fatty rubbish and filth in flour

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Refined Sugar: The Sweetest Poison of All

New cholesterol guidelines for converting healthy people into patients

Vegetarianism Myth

How 200 (5.2) became a healthy cholesterol level

 
Welcome to the English language website for the "Optimal Diet" movement. The Optimal Diet is a dietary model of human nutrition devised and implemented by Dr. Jan Kwasniewski.
The Optimal Diet is a movement, which originated in recent years in Poland,
and has rapidly spread to a number of countries worldwide, is to improve the well-being, health and biological value
of people as individuals, and to correct nutritional mistakes of human kind as
a whole, through promotion and implementation of the "optimal" model
of human nutrition.
Optimal Diet is based on the delivery of the most important nutritional elements, e.g., the most valuable proteins and fats, whilst leaving the body in charge of the distribution of these elements to the most critical areas.
The ideal proportion between the main food components of protein, fat and carbohydrates should be in the range of :
m m m m 1 : 2.5 - 3.5 : 0.5

In order to work out the correct daily food intake using this proportion, one has to know how many grams of protein needs to be ingested in a day to satisfy body's requirements.

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CHD reversed, no more bypass heart operation

The big cholesterol myth finelly exposed

Ketogenic Diet May Be Key to Cancer Recovery

Kerosene

Alzheimer's

Cholesterol Myth

Statins and Cholesterol

Bagels or Bacon?

Miracle Mineral Supplement - MMS

Native American Indians Diet

Pulling Oil, Wonderful Therapy

Your Own Perfect Medicine

Never Vaccinate Infants

Cholesterol Story

Food Additive, MSG

Carnosine

Pesticide free produce

Fructose

Secret Superfoods

Diabetes: The echo effect

Wipe out kidney stones

Macular degeneration

Functional Foods for Mind and Body

The Benefits of Saturated Fats

Regarding Fat Intake

How to destroy confidence, in vitamins

Ozon, the observer of human ego

The Miracle Mineral

Optimal Nutrition and Electromedicine

Tips to enhance digestion

Pesticides - an holistic view

Enzymes are you getting enough?

Chemotherapy cure?

Aspartame - irregular heart rhythm

Butter Versus Margerine

Are Saturated Fats Heart Healthy?

The Benefits of High Cholesterol

Waking Up Is Hard To Do

Misinformation About Vitamin C

Common Myths About Low Carbohydrate Diets

Vitamin C and Cancer: New Developments

The Budwig Cancer Diet

Lipitor thief of memory

Dr. Linus Pauling vindicated

I seriously considered ...

One woman's story on soya

Grains and Disease

Concern over Fluoride

South Dakota Tragedy

Sweet Poison

Nutrtion During Pregnancy super-charges brain

Carbs Cause Disease

Asthma Buteyko Therapy

Statin drugs and Coenzyme Q10 depletion

Low-Fat diet - for Morbidly Obese ...

Protein - the stuff you're made of

Bad News About Statin Drugs

Dietary Guidelance

Letter on Corpulence

Zinc Deficiency


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The daily requirements for total protein and essential amino acids in humans are calculated on the basis of body weight.
Egg and milk proteins are high quality proteins that are efficiently used by the body and are used as reference standards against which other proteins can be compared. Plant proteins are of a poorer quality than animal proteins, because the essential amino acids are present in proportions which may not be ideal for human requirements.
The WHO requirement is 56g of protein a day for a (75 kg) man, and 48g for a 64 kg) woman. The recommendations of the UK Department of Health and Social Security (DHSS) are slightly higher, at about 68g a day for and 54g a day for women, but the quality is important.

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Fat any of a class of
naturally occurring soft greasy solids that are present in animals and in some plants. The pure fat is included in pork and goose lard and cooking oil. Fats are the best sources of energy for the human body.
The most suitable for humans are fats contained in the yolk of a hens' egg. The real value of egg yolk fats, for our body, according to a reliable scientific investigation, is 4 times higher than the value of the fat from butter or cream, and dramatically higher than the biological (and factual) value of the remaining fats.
Under no circumstances should we mix different kinds of fuel or the two different sources of energy: fats and carbohydrates, more precisely we should maintain a correct proportion between the two.

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Cholesterol is required for many dozens of chemical synthesis pathways and the fact that it is made indicates that it is needed. There is no need to fear cholesterol.
One of the most surprising facts about cholesterol is that there is no relationship between the blood cholesterol level and the degree of atherosclerosis in the vessels. If a high cholesterol really did promote atherosclerosis, then people with a high cholesterol should evidently be more atherosclerotic than people with a low. But it isn't so.

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The sugar glucose is the most important carbohydrate.
Glucose is specifically required by many tissues but does not have to be provided as such in the diet, since other dietary carbohydrates are readily converted to glucose, either during digestion (e.g., starch) or subsequently in the liver (e.g., fructose, galactose). Glucose is also formed from the glycerol moiety of fats and from glycogenic amino acids by gluconeogenesis . However, a minimum daily intake of carbohydrate (50-100 g) is recommended in humans to prevent ketosis and loss of muscle protein.

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The obesity of the "poor" - typically affects poorer strata of our society. It is caused mainly by too-little protein in the diet in relation to the amount of carbohydrate.
In order to burn sugar (carbohydrate) the body needs a lot of protein and a lot of certain vitamins and minerals. These elements are absent in sugar, honey, potato/maize flower or Coca-Cola. These products have no protein at all, and without proteins sugar cannot be catabolised. Practically all fat stored in the body of an obese person comes from carbohydrate.
That animals may be fattened on a predominantly carbohydrate diet demonstrates the ease of conversion of carbohydrate into fat.

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Type I diabetes can almost always be cured. You must reduce the quantity of carbohydrates consumed to 50±15 grams per day.
Theoretically, reducing the amount of carbohydrates consumed to the recommended level should cure the diabetic on the first day. But in practice is not so simple. The diabetes is curable only after several weeks, and sometimes longer. The cure comes once the organism has removed and burnt off its old "apparatus"for converting carbohydrates and built up others that are suitable for the conversion of an entirely different material, animal fat.

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Disclaimer

I am an engineer, not a doctor. I am a keen propagator of the Optimal Diet, which has brought improvement in my and my family health since January 2000 of using this healthy way of eating.
The contents of these pages are purely educational and are not intended to diagnose or treat any illness. Always consult your doctor about the diagnosis and treatment of health problems.


 


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