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Dr. Fredric Shotz, ND Portland, Maine June 24, 2010 Maine Integrative Wellness

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1 Dr. Fredric Shotz, ND Portland, Maine June 24, 2010 Maine Integrative Wellness

2 Exponential growth of neurological diseases: ALS, Alzheimers, MS, Parkinsons Disease, ADD, ADHD, Autism Epidemic increases in degenerative diseases: Cancer, Heart Disease, Diabetes, Asthma, Emphysema Obesity

3 U.S. scores dead last again in healthcare study Reuters, June 23, 2010 &feedType=RSS&feedName=domesticNews U.S. ranks 37 th in health care World Health Organization 2000 US rated 24 th in life expectancy Basically, you die earlier and spend more time disabled if youre an American rather than a member of most other advanced countries. World Health Organization 2000

4 U.S. is 33 rd in infant mortality 6.3 infant deaths per 1000 Infant Mortality statistics taken from United Nations World Population Prospects: 2006 revision – Table A.18, A.19United Nations World Population Prospects: 2006 revision

5 30,000 new chemicals in use since 1930,- few tested on humans, almost none tested over time, almost none tested for cross reaction. Chlorine, flouride, Rx drugs in our drinking water Toxic chemicals in vaccines, injected into the blood of infants, children and adults. Toxic chemicals in lotions, soaps, shampoos, hair colorants, hair spays, all absorbed through the skin

6 Mercury in the air and in our mouths Processed, chemicalized, irradiated, toxic food Grain fed beef, caged chickens, farmed fish Food animals inhumanely treated, force fed, injected with toxic chemicals to force growth and abnormal weight gain, highly stressed, diseased. Vegetables grown in depleted soils, nutritionally deficient, chemical pesticides and fertilizers absorbed by plants and transferred to consumer

7 We do not have a health care system. We have a disease maintenance system.

8 Detoxify your lifestyle – Food, water, home. Fresh air and sunshine (Shade, not sunblock!) Regular exercise – walking, weight-bearing. Reduce stress – meditation, gardening, music Lose weight healthfully! HOW???

9 1. Eat organic or naturally raised food and drink. Read labels carefully! Dont be fooled. Eat nothing with chemicals, nothing artificial! (80% minimum is good. More is better.) 2. Grass-fed beef, wild caught fish, free-range chicken 3. Work toward the Paleolithic Diet. (Google it) 400 million years of evolution is not a fad! 4. Reduce or eliminate simple carbs: Includes all grains, starches and sugars 5. Eat more food raw or lightly cooked or steamed

10 6. Eat lots of good fats: saturated and not. (Fat does not make you fat. It burns fat) Organic butter, virgin olive oil, coconut oil, nut and seed oils, (NO vegetable oils) 7. Graze your way through the day. Eat when youre hungry. Avoid big meals. 8. Learn food combining for best digestion. No starches with meats. Just vegetables.

11 9. Cleanse your colon, at least once a year. Eat lots of fiber, or add it to your diet. 10. Determine /eliminate food sensitivities. Wheat (all gluten grains) and dairy are the most likely offenders. Look at these first. 11. Stay well hydrated. Water is the best. Filtered, not tap. Preferably not in plastic.

12 The TRUE CAUSES of irreversible weight gain 1. Trauma, from childhood to adulthood. 2. Excessive high glycemic index foods. The CURE for irreversible weight gain 1. Eradication of trauma (EFT) 2. HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadatropin) (Dr. Simeons protocol) Services menu – Whole New You program The success rate (high!) and causes of regression. (See TRUE CAUSES, above.)

13 The Full List: 49 Fruits and Veggies, from Best to Worst Rank: 1 (Best) Onions 2 Avocado 3 Sweet Corn (Frozen) 4 Pineapples 5 Mango (Subtropical and Tropical) 6 Sweet Peas (Frozen) 7 Asparagus 8 Kiwi Fruit (Subtropical and Tropical) 9 Cabbage 10 Eggplant 11 Cantaloupe (Domestic) 12 Watermelon 13 Grapefruit 14 Sweet Potatoes 15 Honeydew Melon 16 Plums (Domestic) 17 Cranberries 18 Winter Squash 19 Broccoli 20 Bananas 21 Tomatoes 22 Cauliflower 23 Cucumbers (Domestic) 24 Cantaloupe (Imported) 25 Grapes (Domestic) 26 Oranges 27 Red Raspberries 28 Hot Peppers 29 Green Beans (Imported) 30 Cucumbers (Imported) 31 Summer Squash 32 Plums (Imported) 33 Pears 34 Green Beans (Domestic) 35 Carrots 36 Blueberries (Imported) 37 Lettuce 38 Grapes (Imported) 39 Potatoes 40 Cherries 41 Kale / Collard Greens 42 Spinach 43 Sweet Bell Peppers 44 Nectarines 45 Blueberries (Domestic) 46 Apples 47 Strawberries 48 Peaches 49 (Worst) Celery

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