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From: Gina (71.177.95.4)
Subject:         Re: Question for sprout eaters and Clement followers,
Date: September 20, 2014 at 4:49 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Question for sprout eaters and Clement followers, posted by Jonas Sunshine on September 20, 2014 at 3:52 am:

Inquiring minds want to know more about the history of Hippocrates with regards to fruit and when it changed.

May I suggest you find someone who can proofread your speech before you make your history lesson video? You might get a lot more hits.

Cooked grains are what the asians live on. They have a bigger population than westerners. There is even a lot of interest now in the korean temple diet for detoxing (that includes brown rice). There is an extra step to make rice digest better: turn it into amazake. When I make amazake, I do it in a way where I only cook the rice for less than 5 minutes (presoaking and sprouting, fermenting and then blending). Sorry, I don't see any harm in Brian offering cooked grains at Hippocrates, IF they use just a little.

Jonas, I am a fan of Robert Morse and I have used his astringent fruit protocols. I am not anti-fruit and actually I do use fruit and with my clients. But I also respect a low-fruit approach too, like in the winter.

It would be nice to know more about your mom.

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