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  • Dr. David Klein 5:42 pm on May 24, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Vibrance,   

    Vibrant health & a diet of raw seeds: the connection is easily seen.

    Dr. David Klein

    • Jen 8:55 pm on May 24, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      That’s for the birds! 😉

  • Dr. David Klein 4:12 pm on April 29, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Hawaiian spirit, Vibrance   

    Let’s create a global sensation; let’s make Vibrance go viral and become the trending phenom of digital publishing. We’ll change the world! The 6 billion inhabitants of our ailing planet need our wisdom teachings. It’s so easy—via e-mail, blogs, Facebook and Twitter we can reach a multitude of people with a few taps of the keyboard. Please send everyone you know to http://www.vibrancemagazine.com and keep lavishing on the praise. It’ll be so rewarding in so many magical ways!

    If you can put in a good amount of time as a Vibrance “Social Butterfly” networker, I’ll extend your subscription and offer you some e-books. Any efforts will be greatly appreciated. I’d love to hear from you!

    In the Hawaiian spirit:

    “A ‘ohe hana nui ke alu ‘ia.”
    “No task is too big when done together by all.”

    “I ho’okahi ka umauma, ho’okahi ke aloha.”
    “All abreast together, united in harmony and love.”

    Yours for a vibrantly healthy and happy world,

    David Klein, Ph.D, H.D.
    Executive Editor

  • Dr. David Klein 4:48 pm on April 28, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Vibrance   

    The new Vibrance issue no. 6 will support your healthful lifestyle with pure power.
    Avail yourself of the world’s finest health magazine
    and learn the highest truths about health, nutrition and natural living.

    -Dr. David Klein

    Visit http://www.vibrancemagazine.com

  • Dr. David Klein 3:54 pm on April 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Vibrance   

    A sample article for you from the 109-page Vibrance issue no. 6 which will released next week. Support your healthful lifestyle! Avail yourself of the best raw food lifestyle magazine issue ever and the best health journalism the world has to offer. Subscribe at http://www.vibrancemagazine.com.

  • Dr. David Klein 5:40 pm on April 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply
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    109-page Vibrance issue no. 6 will released in 2 weeks. Support your healthful lifestyle! Avail yourself of the best rawfood lifestyle magazine issue ever and the best health journalism the world has to offer. Subscribe at http://www.vibrancemagazine.com.

  • Dr. David Klein 5:09 pm on March 28, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , gravel dust, Hamaker, mineralized, Organic Garden, , Vibrance   

    Growing Real Food Enlivens Your Mind-Body-Spirit

    From Ten Great Reasons to Grow an Organic Garden Now
    by Don Weaver
    From Vibrance issue no. 6

    I’m not sure I ever ate “real food” until I visited the organic farm of  ecologist John Hamaker in Michigan.  Back in the ’70’s, he was reviving the use of mineral-rich glacial gravel dust to grow nutritionally superior vegetables of outstanding flavor. It was worth waiting my then-lifespan of 22 years to experience the inspiration of that visit! It didn’t take me long to start my own mineralized-organic garden (including fruit trees) in California, and I’ve not been without a garden in the 33 years since! I consider it my number one health essential. While all the elements of healthful living are of great importance, your own garden producing some of your own fresh, vitalizing food should be high on your list of essentials!

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

    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 5:01 pm on February 25, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: calcium, carob, chocolate, Dr. Samuel A. Mielcarski, Vibrance   

    Carob Nature’s Other Chocolate by Dr Samuel A… 

    Carob: Nature’s Other Chocolate
    by Dr. Samuel A. Mielcarski
    Excerpted from Vibrance issue no. 5

    Most people have heard of raw cocoa—a.k.a. “chocolate.” Many people are hooked on that dark brown candy stuff. However, there is another kind of “chocolate”—it’s called “carob.” The carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua) is native to the countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea, and can be found in the Middle East as well. Carob contains 352 mg of calcium per 100 g, among its many other nutritional benefits. Fresh carob pods are sometimes difficult to come by unless you live in a region where it is grown and/or sold. Depending on the variety, carob pods are usually harvested in the late summer and in the fall. There are some online resources that may offer “whole raw wildcrafted carob pods” or carob pods that have been “cut and sifted.” Although “raw carob powder” can be found at many health food stores, it may be slightly heated in processing. Real raw carob powder is darker and coarser than the heated version. If you are looking for one of Nature’s “other chocolates,” then consider giving carob a try!

  • Dr. David Klein 2:51 am on February 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Dr. Alan Goldhamer, , TrueNorth Health and Fasting Center, Vibrance, vitamin D   

    “Obtain appropriate exposure to sunshine and fresh air—20 to 40 minutes of generous skin exposure, while avoiding burning. Essential nutrients, including vitamin D, are formed when the skin is exposed to sunlight. This is necessary to ensure optimum calcium absorption and bone health as well as optimum immune function. By avoiding excess exposure to the sun, particularly at mid-day, we can avoid the damaging effects of sunburn. If adequate sun exposure is not possible, vitamin D supplementation is an option.”

    Excerpted from “10 Most Important Actions to Improve Your Health”
    by Dr. Alan Goldhamer, Director of TrueNorth Health and Fasting Center. http://www.truenorthhealth.com
    Forthcoming in Vibrance issue no. 6. http://www.vibrancemagazine.com

  • Dr. David Klein 6:29 pm on February 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Mother Nature, Vibrance   

    “Vibrance is our natural state of embodied conscious-beingness, where every waking moment is joyful, every bodily sensation is delightful, and our connection with Mother Nature is pure comfort. Attaining this godly status requires aligning with Mother Nature and living healthfully in a purified body, with a purified mind and a loving reverence for all of Creation.”

    -Dr. David Klein

    Persimmon Blossom photo by Ken Love

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