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  • Dr. David Klein 12:58 am on February 27, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avocados, meat, pets, , , ,   

    What to Feed Your Pet?
    by Dr. Ruza Bogdanovich, N.D., Ph.D.

    Excerpted from “Love Your Pet, Let Nature Be The Vet”
    from Vibrance no. 5 * http://www.vibrancemagazine.com

    Feed vegetables, salads, ground up bone and meat, or just nuts and vegetables three to four times per week. Feed fruits separately as a snack. I grind flax, sesame, sunflower seeds, mixing them with greens. Avocados are very good for pets, especially when served mixed with their favorite vegetables. Variety is very important. I hate the thought of having to give animal food to our pets, but they are carnivores. It does not have to be every day. Less is best.

  • Dr. David Klein 5:37 pm on February 24, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: avocado, cholesterol, , guacamole, meat, , , vitamins, William Esser   

    Avocado: The Fruit That Would Make Butter and Meat Obsolete
    by David Klein, Ph.D.

    Extracted from Raw Revelation by Dr. T.C. Fry and David Klein, Ph.D.

    If you love fatty, creamy, hearty foods and want to avoid the cholesterol and toxicity of meat and dairy, anchor your diet with avocado! Avocado is more than just a tasty treat to be enjoyed in guacamole—it makes a hearty satisfying meal when eaten alone, in salads, and in other dishes. The fresh vitamins, active enzymes, organic minerals, soluble fiber, high water content, and easily digested fats and proteins in avocados and other fruit and plant foods can help transform any sluggish, overweight meat eater into a slimmer and more dynamic person. If your goal is to reduce your consumption or transition completely off of meat and dairy, avocado may be the perfect way to satisfy your natural cravings for creamy nourishment.

    Dr. William Esser writes in his Dictionary of Natural Foods: “The avocado is one of the most valuable foods which nature has given man. For those concerned about eliminating meat from their diet, this offers not merely a “substitute,” but a food which is much superior in value for human maintenance. It is rich in protein and fat and comparatively higher than any other fruits in these elements. The fat is more digestible than animal fats.

    Photo by Ken Love

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