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At Integrated Nutrition of Mount Kisco, PLLC and Blood Logic, Inc. we work in close partnership with you towards developing your natural healing plan. What you do not need is a generalized “one size fits all approach.”  Our approach for clarifying your health issues, finding hidden causes of your health problem(s) and developing natural solutions has been woven into our carefully designed longevity approach that we call The Blood Detective’s Longevity Plan. We believe that developing a Metabolic Map of your entire body by performing specialized health tests (e.g., biomarkers) is a truly holistic way of viewing, appreciating and managing your health concerns. As a concierge practice, we make ourselves truly available to you.  As a paperless office we are concerned about the world environment as it affects our “internal environment”…namely, your health.

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Weight loss, poor memory, intestinal issues, hormone problems, pain, fatigue, muscle aches and pains…whatever your health concerns(s), Dr. Michael Wald, The BloodDDetective has the answers…naturally. The Blooddetective blog is filled with dozens of radio shows on just about every health topic that you can think of. “Ask The Blooddetective is Dr. Wald’s weekly radio show covering nutrition and naturopatic, dietary and exercise, disease and health topics.

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What you don't know about #fruits and #vegetables...from #Harvard & Dr Wald

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ACCORDING TO THE HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH...

  • The higher the average daily intake of fruits and vegetables, the lower the chances of developing cardiovascular disease. Compared with those in the lowest category of fruit and vegetable intake (less than 1.5 servings a day), those who averaged 8 or more servings a day were 30 percent less likely to have had a heart attack or stroke. 
  • Although all fruits and vegetables likely contribute to this benefit, green leafy vegetables such as lettuce, spinach, Swiss chard, and mustard greens; cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, and kale; and citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruit (and their juices) make important contributions. 
  • When researchers combined findings from the Harvard studies with several other long-term studies in the U.S. and Europe, and looked at coronary heart disease and stroke separately, they found a similar protective effect: Individuals who ate more than 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per had roughly a 20 percent lower risk of coronary heart disease and stroke, compared with individuals who ate less than 3 servings per day.
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FROM DR. MICHAEL WALD, THE BLOOD DETECTIVE..."Let's get real!!

I have consulted with thousands of patients over my 26 year clinical career and I can TELL YOU FOR A FACT, that ALMOST NO ONE is eating EIGHT OR MORE SERVINGS PER DAY OF VEGETABLES. And fruit intake, DON'T GET ME STARTED!  My advice is THIS - DO YOUR BEST and take a look at my FRUIT AND DELICIOUS FRUIT & VEGETABLE POWDERED drinks - Delicious!

 

MIX Green Detox, Red's Protect and Longevity Complete ALL TOGETHER mixed to taste in water! These products contains over 70 DIFFERENT natural fruit and vegetable compounds for your health. Each SPECIALLY DESIGNED FORMULATION contains many dozens of natural compounds studied for their treatment and preventative effects.

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Are fruits and vegetables what they used to be?

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By Dr. Michael Wald (submitted for publication through Reporter Connection 2011): 495 E. Main Street, Mount Kisco, NY 10549 914-242-8844/ www.intmedny.com and www.blooddetective.com  

An apple a day is not enough…and never was!

More than a few studies have alluded to the fact that our fruits and vegetables these days are less nutrition than they used to be.  A number of environmental factors have impacted the nutritional quality of a large variety of crops including fruits and vegetable and grains including acid rain, over-harvested of the soil and organopesticide contamination. The reduced nutritional content of foods, a higher acid and pesticide content are all known to increase one’s risk of developing various diseases such as multiple sclerosis, lupus, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, hypothyroidism, osteoporosis and various cancers.

 

Acid rain and reduced nutritional content of soil

Acid rain has negatively affected crops and caused nutrient loss in the soil; this leads to loss of nutrition that is taken in by growing crops.  Human beings eat the nutritionally depleted crops and we ourselves become nutritionally depleted.  Inadequate nutritional intake is associated with increased risk of developing virtually all manner of chronic degenerative diseases including cancers, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, migraines, infertility, inflammatory bowel disease just to name a few.

 

Over-harvesting

The soil itself has been over-harvested meaning that over years of use and turnover of soil it becomes depleted in nutrition.  All crops growing upon depleted soil must therefore be depleted in nutritional content.  The pesticide and herbicides used in group processing both directly and indirectly affect nutritional content.  Foodstuffs now are transported great distances resulting in loss of nutritional content along the way; specifically if the foods are not frozen during transit. Freezing foods help to maintain their nutritional content.  Time itself from the harvesting of foodstuffs to their consumption at the table results in nutritional loss; the longer the time from harvest to consumption the lower the nutritional content. The overall production of more crops due to advancement in technologies has resulted in crops that are diluted in nutritional content; a greater yield of crops derived from the same soil will become progressively more and more depleted.

 

Goodbye selenium hello cancer!

People should be concerned about nutritional depletion of foodstuff because we as consumers of the foods will, and have, become nutritional deficient.  For example, the levels of selenium in soils is estimated to be entirely absent within the next five years increasing cancer risk and human susceptibility to oxidative diseases (virtually all degenerative diseases are oxidative in nature).

 

Foods close to home

We can get more nutrition out of fruits and vegetables, even those that are inherently deficient based on what I have written above, by consuming foods closer to the time of harvesting as opposed to waiting long periods.  Choosing to eat frozen foods as opposed to non-frozen (fresh) is best because non -frozen foods lose nutritional value faster than frozen.  This does not mean that fresh foods should not be consumed.

 

Cooking is not just cooking

We can cook our foods more slowly which reduces nutrient loss; cook our foods at lower temperatures which reduces nutrient loss; chew our foods thoroughly to break the plant cell walls of fruits and vegetables releasing nutrients; choose organically grown foodstuff that contain less toxic residues that actually require nutrients for the body to process and detoxify them; we can choose to consume foods that are grown locally as smaller farms are not as over-harvested such that the soil has a higher nutrient content; canned foods are lowest down on the forms of foods best for health generally speaking.