Health, Nutrition, Aging, and the Refining of Grains – Part II

November 3, 2011

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Part II – Vitamins and Minerals are not Enough
 
 
 
 
Part I covered what has happened to our grains, our ‘Staff of Life’? The refining of grains can affect our short and long term health. Studies have proven that vitamins and minerals are not total nutrition.
 
 
In 1957 the Iowa State College football team participated in a study of the lipids and sterols (tre-en-en oils) from wheat, rice, and soy. Prior to the study the team had a record of 2 wins and 8 losses for the year. The team supplemented with tre-en-en oils building up their ability to use all the food they ate and build up their bodies during the next year improving their win/loss (4 – 4 – 1 (tie)) record.
 
 
Most people do not use all the protein, iodine, and other minerals and vitamins they get in their food. The football team was obviously utilizing more nutrients while using the tre-en-en oils. Later the Cleveland Browns picked up the supplement program. They had been running out of energy in the second half of their games but on the supplements, they seemed to get stronger in the second half!
 
 
Other athletic studies were with wrestling and basketball teams. The purpose of the studies was for healthy people to see if they would benefit from supplementation with the essential lipids and sterols from wheat, rice, and soy (tre-en-en.)
 
 
Important findings from these athletic studies were:
 
1.    Many male athletes were low in androgen output making it more difficult to build muscle and to rebuild torn-down muscle.
2.    The athletes were also using reserves of protein for energy rather than getting energy from energy foods.
3.    The researchers found that the use of essential lipids and sterols in large amounts were helpful when the above imbalances were present.
4.    Most of the younger athletes improved in 4 weeks and restored to their normal health in about 2 months of supplements. 
5.    Older athletes took 6 months or longer to restore their physical function to optimal.  
6.    These results indicate that there is a time factor in responding to the essential lipid and sterol supplements (tre-en-en.)
7.    Many athletes were able to have energy for a hard game but were exhausted after the game when lacking the essential oils.
 
 
The researchers from these studies came to the conclusion that there is a universal need for the essential oils from the wheat, rice, and soy. Vitamins and minerals alone are not enough! Also there is a need for a higher intake of these supplements for those who are not healthy if they want to see improvement.
 
 
A study in 1962 on the essential oil concentrates of wheat, rice, and soy (tre-en-en) was done with animals. The animals were divided into 2 groups. One group received a standard vitamin and mineral diet. The second group was fed the same diet with the addition of the tre-en-en concentrates. After seven weeks the two groups were compared. The study measured growth, adrenal capacity, estrogenic and androgenic development. The group on the tre-en-en concentrates showed improvement in all areas. 
Please note: the controlled diet was a balanced diet for the animals.
 
 
Another study was done in 1987 which showed the tre-en-en concentrates improved nutrient utilization efficiency by 50% and overall growth and cardiovascular development were substantially improved.
 
 
 
 
 
Reports have shown that many diseases are a result of poor nutrition getting to the cells of the body. Our cells are enclosed by a membrane. The tre-en-en concentrates from wheat, rice, and soy makes the cell membrane soft and pliable so nutrients can get into each cell and toxins can get out. When the cell membrane is hard and not pliable, many nutrients are rejected as well as toxins can become trapped.  Unhealthy cells will contribute to disease and illness as well as cause tiredness and lack of endurance.
 
 
Are you tired of being tired? Consider adding tre-en-en concentrates to your daily intake of nutrients. Most modern diets are missing these important nutrients from wheat, rice, and soy which accounts for a large number of disease and illness in the world today.
 
 
 
Have an abundance of energy and endurance!



Pat Moon

 

  Pat is a grandmother who started as an Independent GNLD Distributor in 1985 because of family health concerns. After experiencing positive results for several family members, she chose to share the whole food nutritional supplements and natural vitamins with other people. Her confidence in GNLD'S Whole Food Nutritional Supplements and Natural Vitamins has continued to grow because they work. Her goal is to help others have the BEST REAL HEALTH possible and slow the aging process.  The products Pat uses and features are:

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1 Carol Giambri November 7, 2011 at 9:49 am

Thanks Pat for sharing more great information Pat and today's studies as well. 

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2 Pat Moon November 8, 2011 at 9:16 am

Thanks for the comment, Carol. Your input is appreciated.

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3 Annemarie Cross November 4, 2011 at 3:26 pm

Very insightful post Pat – thank you for sharing.

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4 Pat Moon November 5, 2011 at 10:19 am

Annemarie, thanks for your visit to my blog and your encouraging comment. I am happy to share nutritional knowledge I have access to.

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5 denny hagel November 4, 2011 at 2:59 pm

More incredible information Pat! Thanks! Knowledge is power and you are giving us the power to improve our health!

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6 Pat Moon November 5, 2011 at 10:15 am

Hi Denny, thanks for your encouraging comments. Yes, knowledge is power!

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7 Anastasiya Day November 4, 2011 at 10:42 am

Pat, thank you so much for sharing this post with us! Brilliant article and a lot of useful information.

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8 Hughie Bagnell November 4, 2011 at 10:40 am

Thank you Pat for sharing your excellent knowledge of nutrition and the great research! …Hughie

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