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Many people think that it means to be a vegetarian if you’re doing organic diet. Wang Ming Yung said: "The so-called organic diet is not just vegetables and fruits but also organic eggs, meat and fish."
Simply being organic doesn’t make you the fittest. When it comes to how to gain most health benefits with organic diet, you’ve got to know the real way to do it.
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Gold Label Bak Foong Pill is prepared using choice Chinese ginseng, deer antlers and selected Chinese herbs. Ginseng improves energy levels and promotes blood circulation, and taken regularly, can help keep the body vital and strong. Pilose deer antlers supports the blood.
Bo Ying Compound is an ancient formula for young children. From generation to generation, Eu Yan Sang Bo Ying Compound has given our children the gentlest and most effective care. This traditional remedy is proven by Beijing University of Chinese Medicine for its effectiveness in curing pediatric illnesses and maintaining our children’s health.
Chinese VersionThe China Study is a book by T. Colin Campbell, Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University, and his son Thomas M. Campbell II, a physician. It examines the relationship between the consumption of animal products (including dairy) and a variety of chronic illnesses, such as coronary heart disease, diabetes, and cancers of the breast, prostate and bowel. The book had sold 750,000 copies as of January 2013. It is one of America's best-selling books about nutrition.The authors conclude that people who eat a plant-based/vegan diet—avoiding animal products such as beef, pork, poultry, fish, eggs, cheese, and milk, and reducing their intake of processed foods and refined carbohydrates—will escape, reduce or reverse the development of numerous diseases. They also recommend adequate amounts of sunshine to maintain sufficient levels of vitamin D, and supplements of vitamin B12 in case of complete avoidance of animal products. They criticize low-carb diets, such as the Atkins diet, which include restrictions on the percentage of calories derived from complex carbohydrates.
The medium of this book is in Chinese language.