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Lectins are bad because because bind to insulin receptors (found in grains) and Phytates (found in legumes) are a problem, too, because they make minerals bio-unavailable according to 80 % of appearance is due to what you eat. Most legumes are not digestible or toxic to mammals; grains are inflammatory.

75 % of spontaneous food purchases can be due to a child pestering a parent.

Average supermarket apple is 14 months old.

The government subsidizes mostly five crops: corn, cotton, wheat, rice and soybeans; 3 times amount needed to get population to eat a healthy amount of produce.

Balancing food flavor involves complementing Umami (usually from ripened, fermented, aged, dried, food that has a high glutamate content), sweet, sour, bitter and salt (perhaps also fat and calcium), or also adding atomatics, such as bulby (onion family), floral herbs with volitile oils (basil and cilantro are examples of these), spiced aromatics, strong flavored wines, or mushrooms!

Corinna's culinary cures are listed at

90 % of pork in the US comes from factories!

75 % food consumed worldwide comes from six (6) plants and one animal; about 50 % of people are partly lactose intolerant. Raw food containing enzymes remove floating immune complexes. Artichokes remove LDL; beets contain betanin help prevent LDL; Blueberries increase dopamine; Cherries help kill cancer cells due to perillyl alcohol. Coconutís lauric acid fights bacteria; Corn, wheat, soy and rice provide about 66 % of calories for most Americans and only 26 % eat the recommended amount of produce. The profit margin for produce is 10 %; 90 % for soft drinks; Half of American adults eat out three or more times a week.

[W] claims eating fat or starch with protein will utilize more protein or larger portions of protein. Grains and legumes: Corn and beans, Black beans and rice, Pasta and peas, Whole wheat boat and peanut butter, Bean soup and crackers; Nuts and seeds plus legumes: Sunflower seeds and peanuts; Hummus (chickpeas and tahini); Lentils and almonds; Grains and Dairy; Dairy and Legumes; Foods low in sulfur: Green beans, Asparagus, Broccoli, Potatoes, Lentils, Soybeans, Foods low in tryptophan: Barley, Mushrooms, Chard, Green peas, Garbanzo beans, Brown rice; Foods low in lysine: Almonds, Pumpkin seeds, Pecans, Yams, Brown rice, Corn.

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Exotic or speciality grains are: Quinoa, Kasha (buckwheat), Spelt, Farro, Flax, Kamut, Millet, Amaranth, Whini rice, Black rice Indonesian black rice), Barley, Bulgur, Couscous, Wheat berries, Rye berries and Triticale can perhaps be found at

Lack of Omega oils can lead to suicide.

Aggregate Nutrient Density Index (ANDI) a score assigned to whole foods that contain the highest nutrients per calorie.

Turmeric, nutmeg, ginger, basil, oregano, rosemary, garlic, mustard, ginger, allspice, sage, savory, cinnamon, vanilla, cumin, dill, cloves, fenugreek, black peppercorns, Coriander seed, chervil, marjoram, mint, oregano, nutmeg and other spices tend to also have healing properties.

Produce is best if fresh and not cooked, but if it is considered too acidic or strong it can be added to soup, meat, recipes to add flavor.

Certain products, such as soda, can make food less acidic and can help increase the air content in food and drinks.

Produce is best if it is from a complex plant, such as sunflowers or artichoke, and has intense colors, which often mean that the produce has high nutrition, especially high mineral content. Produce planted in different soils using the same seed source can be different colors, which might suggest different mineral contents of the produce. Produce is usually less expensive if it is in season and fresh.

Most meat is best if it is cooked slowly, but it is sometimes cooked quickly at a highheat for a short period of time to help contain juices, but meat can also be allowed to soak in juices, including fruit juices, or a broth even made of a juice, sometimes called a marinade to make it tender, moist. Sometimes meat is pounded or cut thinly to make it easier to chew.

Nuts and seeds tend to have high mineral content and too be a great food and can be ground and made into nut or seed butter. Some eat nuts and seeds raw or dry processed. They are often wonderful with dairy, but can mix well with both meat and produce and tend to make any meal seem expensive, extravagant.

Frozen food can retain nutritional content often better than canned and dried food.

Even whole grains vacuum packed can go stale. Whole grains are often best to eat, but many like the convenience of ground grains.

Freezer burn is when frozen food goes bad due to excessive air in the pack and can be partly prevented by wrapping food tightly without air.

Sulfur is in egg yolks and many dark green leafy foods, and some may think it prevents illnesses.

Many types of foods can help cure illnesses and certain deficiencies of certain types of foods might make a person ill, and too much of many types of fast food, or junk food, or food high in some vegetable and animal fats and sugar might be unhealthful.

There is a theory that people start to look similar to the food they eat, and that perhaps many look like potatoes because they eat too much of them!

Some think that to eat sprouted seeds is best and keep them young the same as the young sprouts.

Some might add ground shells, or minerals, or minerals found in ground shells to food.

Spices are often added to food in small amounts.

Excessive salt is often unhealthful.

Dressings, sauces, spices, condiments are often best if left on the side in a small container to be used to taste for each individual dinner.

It is often drinks with excessive sugar that need to be eliminated from a menu or a persons diet, and drinks are often what eating establishments make most of their money on and may be why they add excessive salt to their food in order to make their customers thirsty.

Sea food often has excessive salt added to it to increase its weight by the seller and to make the sea food retain water. Excessive salt can cause bloating.

Certain hot foods increase metabolism and can aid in digestion in small amounts.

Eating protein is difficult for the digestive system, but can help build muscle.

Yeast is an excellent food, rich in vitamins, and can help bread to rise. It has been allowed to grow on rice in prisons to collect vitamins and then eaten.

Fungus and sea plants are often rich in vitamins, nutrients, minerals.

Food texture can be very important; some likely to have crunchy, smooth, or other textures to eat.

Some prefer presentation of the food more than texture, but almost everyone has favorite flavors.

Food allergies can exist.

It is best if food isn't contaminated with bacteria and worms, especially tape worms.

The consumption of 100 grams of sugar effectively suppresses the immune system for 6 to 7 hours.

Food combining charts exist; the basic theory is to not mix proteins and/or starches, fats or acidic fruits together.

Food is often best if fresh and if produce has dark colors, and doesn't need to be sweet to be full of vitamins and minerals.

Coconut milk may decrease inflamation and cancer. p

Most food is sent out of country, few locals get it.

CENTER FOR URBAN AGRICULTURE (Michael Ableman) might be a helpful resource.

Fava Beans increase dopamine, might be better than taking dope or drugs.,,, might help take a more spiritual approach to land use.

1/75 persons playing Farmville at a time on the planet; what would happen if they spent that time on a real farm?

Food does not need to be expensive to be good.