The 32 Elements of Health:
How Round Is Your Wheel?
(Introduction to a 32-part series)
“We cause our health, or we cause our sickness, through our mode of living!”
— Dr. Herbert M. Shelton
In the coming months, we will be presenting a series of short articles about each of the 32 fundamental elements of health, as identified on page 10 of The 80/10/10 Diet
. Today we present a list of the 32 factors, so that we can all prepare for the coming lessons! This list is not exhaustive, nor it is presented in any particular order or ranking. However, we consider the first ten to be indispensable—essential—for even a moderate level of true health.
Most of these elements work synergistically. That is, when we incorporate any one of them into our lives, others may be enhanced as well. Conversely, a neglected or out-of-balance element can diminish the integrity of one or more of the others.
Read the rest of this 80/10/10 article...
Did You Know?
...Coconut meat ranges
from 20 to 80% fat,
depending on maturity.
— from The 80/10/10 Diet
From Dr. Doug Graham
For the first time in six years, totally on her own, my brave mother is flying all the way from Florida to visit with Rozi, Faychesca, and me. She will be with us for three whole weeks.
Are we excited? You bet. We have so many things to show her, though she insists she doesn’t want to be a tourist and prefers simply to fit in with our “normal” family schedule. What fun!
I have been asking Mom to come for several years, and I am thrilled that she has finally agreed to do so.
Of course, the big deal of it all is that I get to prepare food for my mom the entire time. This gives me lots of chances to practice creating 811 dishes that will appeal to her senses, preferences, and dislikes.
Mom has multiple food sensitivities, and she has been hospitalized several times when a new food took her by surprise. Some of my standard foods are on her “avoid-at-all-costs” list, so creativity will be the rule.
I get to think outside the box.
At this year’s Culinary Skills Week
, creating meals for specific needs gets special attention. We teach you to think outside of your
Do you know how to feed people with cancer, diabetes, heart disease, food allergies, etc? Can you explain your rationale?
What about food for a 2-, 4-, or 6-year-old child, a pro athlete, or someone who is 90 and wheelchair bound?
Learn how to purchase, plan, and make incredible party food or 12-course meals, how to store and ripen fruits of all types, and much, much more.
Culinary Skills Week
is your ticket to food freedom and social success, and it’s likely the best-kept secret in FoodnSport
’s entire arsenal of offerings.
Whether you are a chef, a homemaker, or just an individual who wants to learn to eat fantastically well, you don’t want to miss FoodnSport’s Simply Delicious 80/10/10 Culinary Skills Week
The first five (5) fully paid registrations for Culinary Skills Week will also receive a copy of "Making Friends With Your Food" as well. See offer for more details