I have used garlic 50 years and can feel increase in strength and endurance
Major cheapest, most important superfood.
I stop every trip thru Gilroy and load up.
Easy to grow yourself too, small garden.
Slice and dice at least 1 clove of garlic per day
let it sit an hour exposed to air
before sprinkle on food to combine sulphur compounds with oxygen.
Also cook with garlic + onions every meal.
Garlic essential in China French food the world's best cooks,
you get used to to the taste of good health.
French have the lowest mortality in Europe, keto+garlic.
Sprouts supposedly the best way to consume many foods.
I got lots of sprouts in Chinese restaurants for decades,
usually stir fried the healthiest way of cooking.
Better and cheaper to sprout yourselves, mung beans, alfalfa the most popular.
I do not trust raw sprouts may have bacteria.
Can buy bulk sprouts in asian food stores.
Can buy fermented soy in asian food stores.
Miso is very salty and many Japanese die from stroke high blood pressure.
Natto is the best, important for bone strength heart attack prevention vitamin K removes calcium from arteries and deposits it in bones.
Natto costs about $1 per 1 ounce and tastes strange, eaten raw with special mustard.
Tofu costs about $1 per 8 ounces and tastes bland so can cook in anything.
Asian stores have dozens of soy products, some healthier than others.
Tempeh another good fermented soy.
Past few years vegan heavily promoted on TV idiot box, and in colleges, relies on cheap unfermented soy for protein.
Probable extermination plot but soy burger, garden burger, does taste good and may be better than injected cow hamburger meat.
Moderate tofu probably good for everybody, occasionally.
Chinese cut it in small blocks, stir fried, get several ounces per week on average,
often combined with small blocks of beef.
Non-fermented is big problems, but may still provide hormonal benefits in males.
Mercola is big on fermented but does not address hormonal issues.
Hazards of soy:
I come down on moderate tofu consumption to address past decade of soy deficiency.
I do have good source of fermented soy but have to drive across town to asian store and walmart tofu is closer.
Asian also has very tasty sprouts, probably MSG added.
Berg is a keto / fasting guy which probably can kill off cancer and stop diabetes and other ills.
Fasting helps me, and used 60 years off and on.
I am fine with keto, works well for me, but is rather extreme so am cautious to go too keto:
Had known raw garlic was eaten by Roman soldiers on the march for health and stamina.
Am not a particular fan of unfermented soy.
Early studies showed a a slight but statistically significant correlation with certain hormone sensitive cancers in men such as testicular cancer.
I was a strict vegan for three years.
Have always been a natural bodybuilder.
Do not think soy was equal to other proteins such as egg for muscle growth.
Replicated studies have shown an increased risk of breast cancer in post menopausal women.
These were amounts consumed daily.
Dont think there is a problem with occasional unfermented soy consumption.
On Mon, Oct 28, 2019, 2:42 PM Greg
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