All quotes by marc37:
....Most people l have given chlorella (green algae) to have not had a cold in years [even if they had cold regularly previously]. l used to get colds around 3 times a year. Since taking chlorella and having raw grasses, sprouts and weeds, l haven't been sick for many years.......
Marc, you need to study logic. Â All of you arguements and 'proofs' are fallacious. Â This one is of the type "Affirming the consequence/Least Possible Hypothesis": eg. breast cancer is most common to those who wear skirts, therefore wearing skirts may cause breast cancer.
Actually this irony can be explained. Eventhough, the cooked foods seem to contain higher nutrition (which l doubt anyway), it has to be remembered that with wheatgrass, it is very easily absorbed (much easier than cooked food), therefore your dailey needs are less anyway. When your food is cooked: all of the food enzymes are killed, protein is destroyed [in large amounts], vitamins are destroyed, this is why you need to eat more.
Marc, wrong again. Â Re-read the links I posted. Â Cooking does denature some proteins, but no matter... HCL in your stomach will do the same for all the rest, regardless of whether your food is cooked or not.
A big problem with the study was that they only used 3.5 grams of dry wheatgrass tablets. THEY DIDN'T USE FRESH ORGANIC WHEATGRASS JUICE. What you have posted doesn't have a whole lot of validity...
Marc, the tablets are CONCENTRATED wheatgrass extract. Â To get anywhere near the same amount of the nutrients that the table showed from a small amount of regular food, you will need GALLONS AND GALLONS of your wheatgrass juice. Â Your stomach does not have the capacity. Â OHH...... is that why you use an enema.. Â
Â Sad.. all that to get the nutrition that is in half a cup of broccoli and a stick of carrot.
lf you serve equivalent weight for vegies and wheatgrass, wheatgrass will always win hands down. You have to be careful of nutrition charts, they can be misleading.
Nope, plain and simple no. Â Why.. use your head Marc... which contains more water?
And another thing, l mentioned that wheatgrass was 65% crude chlorophyll. l made a typing mistake because l intended to say was "65% of the SOLID matter of wheatgrass is crude chlorophyll".
In addition to taking logic classes, please take some basic biology classes.. don't depend on your clippings from irreputable publishers and writers. Â THIS IS SOOOOOOOO WRONG. Â Do you know what the cell structure of plants look like?? Â the bulk of the solid matter is cellulose... a polysaccharide which CANNOT be digested by humans
Marc, familiarize yourself with this image:
As for your little tirade against fish oils.... as people are asking: PROVE IT
and not with unscientific reports for your magazines. edit: Marc, see that picture... do you know where the chlorophyll is located? If you do, realize how small a percentage that is of the entire cell compared to cellulose.