About Fruits and Vegetables
“Ask your doctor about Fruits and Vegetables. They might be right for you.”
Information about Fruits and Vegetables
HOW TO USE: Fruits and Vegetables are taken orally when hunger is present. Take Fruits and Vegetables only as directed, preferable in their raw, natural, uncooked state, three to six times daily as needed. Fruits and Vegetables work along with breathing, sunshine, exercise, rest, sleep, play, laughter and other factors to achieve vibrant health and a youthful sense of well-being.
SIDE EFFECTS: Regular defecation, expectoration of old wastes, faster healing, loss of excess body fat, increased energy, libido, muscle flexibility, sense of youthfulness and well-being, clearer eyes and eyesight, improved thinking ability and skin, more lustrous hair, joyful living and increased sex-appeal.
PRECAUTIONS: One should have a complete medical history and exam to determine if Fruits and Vegetables are right for you. Contraindications include: fruitophobia and vegephobia. There are many medications that are known to negate the efficacy of Fruits and Vegetables, so be sure to tell your doctor about all medications you are taking including those you can get without a prescription. Avoid alcohol intake, as it may aggravate side effects of Fruits and Vegetables. To avoid sprains and other injuries when rising to jump and dance around from a seated or lying position, get up slowly. The elderly may be more sensitive to the side effects of Fruits and Vegetables; therefore, caution is advised in this group.
DRUG INTERACTIONS: Before eating Fruits and Vegetables consult your doctor about all nonprescription and prescription medication you may use, especially any nitrate medications (e.g., nitroglycerin, isosorbide dinitrate), nitroprusside (any "nitric oxide donor" medicines), cimetidine, erythromycin, azole antifungals (e.g., itraconazole, ketoconazole), mibefradil, rifamycins (e.g., rifampin) or steroids.
STORAGE: Store Fruits and Vegetables at room temperature between 59 and 86 degrees F or in paper bags in your refrigerator for longer keeping. Keep Fruits and Vegetables within the reach of children.
Facts About About Fruit and Vegetable Eating
Fruits and Vegetables have been eaten by most cultures before and since the dawn of history. If grown in fertile, re-mineralized soil, they amply furnish every nutrient required by man for optimum health. Worldwide, the increased consumption of Fruits for breakfast and lunch, followed by Vegetable salads with a portion of avocado, seeds or nuts for dinner, has instigated outbreaks of a new condition known to medical science as “health.”
Ask your doctor today about Fruits and Vegetables. They might be right for you.
-- Special thanks to Steven Gibb for sharing this valuable and colorful information with us. <g>