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P.S: gentlemen, with the end of financial year coming up, l'm am about to become extremely busy. l will post when l can.
what does that have to do with anything? what's your occupation, and why would that be affected by the end of the financial year? i thought you were a self educated doctor.
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(marc37 @ June 21 2005,23:37) P.S: gentlemen, with the end of financial year coming up, l'm am about to become extremely busy. l will post when l can.
what does that have to do with anything? what's your occupation, and why would that be affected by the end of the financial year? i thought you were a self educated doctor.
Esquire... haven't you kept up with Marc's life ( ), he is a: "researcher doing research", or a Nutritionist, or a 'financial person' or a "famous celebrity".... it goes on the list of his occupations.. as well as his age, which started of as around 50, then now it has dropped to 30's.
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Esquire... haven't you kept up with Marc's life ( ), his age, which started of as around 50, then now it has dropped to 30's.
Well, that's what happens on the wheatgrass diet.
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(T4phage @ June 22 2005,03:32) Esquire... haven't you kept up with Marc's life ( ), his age, which started of as around 50, then now it has dropped to 30's.
Well, that's what happens on the wheatgrass diet.
Ah. At this stage he must be pretty young.... no wonder the infantile reasoning.
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what does that have to do with anything? what's your occupation, and why would that be affected by the end of the financial year? i thought you were a self educated doctor.
end of financial year in australia is personal tax return time, takes between a few minutes and a few days to do, depending on how messy your life is.
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Um...my avator should give you a clue......eventhough it's a year old. Regards: marc37 (Ann Wigmores understudy. She is great mate.).
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Yes. Marc are you doing also this therapy Therapy
the article also fails to mention all the protein as well. and that its good for the drinker's skin.
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i am getting prepared for the great Battle Royale which is about to be wrought upon all our asses, by reading up on some unstoppable techniques.
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I just had a wheat-grass today. I was told that the proper method of injesting was to gargle it like mouthwash. Tasted slightly better though. It wasn't gr8 m8, but I'm thinking once daily will cut down on the cigarettes, which Wigmore allowed in small quantities. Horace Rubber Sole Man, Followers of Wigmore.
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I just had a wheat-grass today.  I was told that the proper method of injesting was to gargle it like mouthwash.  Tasted slightly better though.  It wasn't gr8 m8, but I'm thinking once daily will cut down on the cigarettes, which Wigmore allowed in small quantities. Horace Rubber Sole Man, Followers of Wigmore.
Drinking freshly squeezed wheatgrass juice [in the morning and before dinner if you can]will definately make it easier to cut down on the cigarettes. The grass will neutralize all the toxins in the cigarettes and add ample nutrition to your blood. Just quickly getting back to T4pages queirey about the nutrition needed to builb blood. Well, to produce healthy blood you need iron, B vitamins, folic acid, copper, potassion and protein. Wheatgrass and chlorella contain all these nutrients in abundand quanities. The more alkaline foods you eat raw, the lower the nutrition required to get your dailey needs. Alittle bit ironic isn't it? That's all for now. l will be back in a big way very soon to address all these misunderstandings put to me by various members.
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(Giona Granata @ June 21 2005,07:37) Yes. Marc are you doing also this therapy Therapy
the article also fails to mention all the protein as well. and that its good for the drinker's skin.
l will present arguements for why we shouldn't be having sex (well, no more than once a month anyway. And only if you are on a diet high in raw grasses and sprouts) in a few weeks. Maybe giving your partner oral and hand sex can be a subsitute. Compromise in a relationship often happens because a relationship is a two way street.
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Drinking freshly squeezed wheatgrass juice [in the morning and before dinner if you can]will definately make it easier to cut down on the cigarettes. The grass will neutralize all the toxins in the cigarettes and add ample nutrition to your blood.
How?  How?  Marc, don't give statements as fact. Back it up with real scientific evidence  How does wheatgrass juice neutralize the free radicals? What components of wheatgrass in SUFFICIENT AMOUNTS could make a difference?
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Well, to produce healthy blood you need iron, B vitamins, folic acid, copper, potassion and protein. Wheatgrass and chlorella contain all these nutrients in abundand quanities. The more alkaline foods you eat raw, the lower the nutrition required to get your dailey needs. Alittle bit ironic isn't it?
What is ironic? Your blind insistance that wheatgrass/algae have such nutrients in any meaningful quantities?              Wheatgrass       Amounts in common cooked foods          (Seven 3.5 gm tablets) Protein         860 mg      2,300 mg in 1/2 cup cooked broccoli Beta carotene  1,668 IU    20,253 IU in one raw carrot Vit. B12       0.05 mcg      1 mcg in 8 oz 2% milk Calcium       15 mg           89 mg in 1/2 cup cooked broccoli Magnesium   3.9 mg          47 mg in 1/2 cup cooked broccoli Phosphorus   3.9 mg         37 mg in 1/2 cup cooked broccoli Iron           0.87 mg        2.2 mg in one cup cooked macaroni from: NCAHF Wheatgrass Therapy Furthermore (from the same article): "Wigmore theorized that rotting food in the intestine forms toxins that circulate in the bloodstream (aka, the intestinal toxicity theory) and cause cancer [2]. She taught that the life span of the wheatgrass juice was less than three hours, so it had to be cut from growing plants, juiced and consumed fresh. She speculated that the enzymes found in raw wheatgrass were alive and could "detoxify" the body by oral ingestion and by enemas. Wheatgrass is prepared by sprouting wheat berries and growing them until they form chlorophyll. It was the chlorophyll in wheatgrass that enthused Wigmore. She called chlorophyll "the life blood of the planet." Wigmore believed that cooking foods "killed" them because this deactivates enzymes. She held that the moment the "sacred" 7.4 acid-alkaline balance (the same as human blood) is "killed" that its effectiveness would be reduced [3]. (For information on exaggerations about the similarities between hemoglobin and chlorophyll see NCAHF's statement on chlorophyll.) Enzymes are complex protein molecules produced by living organisms exclusively for their own use in promoting chemical reactions. Orally ingested enzymes are digested in the stomach and have no enzymatic activity in the eater. Enzymes do not fulfill the biological criteria for living things, because they do not: (1) consist of cellular units; (2) possess reproductive ability; (3) demonstrate irritability; (4) carry on metabolism; or, (5) grow. (Fuller HJ. The Plant World New York: Henry Holt & Co., 1956, pp.6-7). .......The fact that grass-eating animals are not spared from cancer, despite their large intake of fresh chlorophyll, seems to have been lost on Wigmore. fact, chlorophyll cannot "detoxify the body" since it is not absorbed [4]. Although it is conceivable that enzymes present in rectally-administered wheatgrass juice could have chemical activity, there is no evidence that this is beneficial. In fact, when challenged legally, Wigmore backed away from healing claims stating that she merely had an "educational program" to teach people how to "cleanse" their bodies and make vegetable juices (she also offered for sale a variety of juicers and other "health" paraphernalia). [5] In 1988, the Massachusetts Attorney General sued Wigmore for claiming that her "energy enzyme soup" could cure AIDS [6]. Suffolk County Judge Robert A. Mulligan ruled that Wigmore's views on how to combat AIDS were protected by the First Amendment, but ordered her to stop representing herself as a physician or as a person licensed in any way to treat disease. This was not the first time Wigmore had run afoul of the law. In 1982, the Attorney General of Massachusetts sued Wigmore for claiming that her program could reduce or eliminate the need for insulin in diabetics, and could obviate the need for routine immunization in children. She abandoned those claims after losing in court. MARC, read that article.
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l will be back in a big way very soon to address all these misunderstandings put to me by various members
Make sure you only post the thumbnails... pg. 27 is ridiculous Marc.. repost the images using the thumbnails
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(esquire. @ June 22 2005,18:44)
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Originally Posted by Giona Granata,June 21 2005,07:37
Yes. Marc are you doing also this therapy Therapy
the article also fails to mention all the protein as well. and that its good for the drinker's skin.
l will present arguements for why we shouldn't be having sex (well, no more than once a month anyway. And only if you are on a diet high in raw grasses and sprouts) in a few weeks. Maybe giving your partner oral and hand sex can be a subsitute. Compromise in a relationship often happens because a relationship is a two way street.
LOL. But, Marc, you never addressed if you found that substance nutritious as well... Considering how nutrious it is, have you tried or sampled it yourself? I actually knew a guy that used to do such a thing, but for completely different reasons. I think he did it to keep track of how it tasted. Although, I've always thought that it would be difficult to know how your own substance tasted like how its difficult to know how your own breath smells to others. You can breathe out on your hand and try to smell that, but it just doesn't work.
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Shooman, do you grow your own wheatgrass? I hear it's difficult -- that most do the hydroponic (sp?) route. On a more serious note, a quick google of wigmore (ah the phrase sends shivers down me spine) indicates that there are quite a few retreats/restorative clinics that follow the Wigmorean Way. I thought perhaps it would be nice if we could all get together for a meeting at one of these places.
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On a more serious note, a quick google of wigmore (ah the phrase sends shivers down me spine) indicates that there are quite a few retreats/restorative clinics that follow the Wigmorean Way.  I thought perhaps it would be nice if we could all get together for a meeting at one of these places.
I can just imagine... a bunch of Marc's disciples discussing growing methods while having their 'irrigation'.
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