Nutrition Info

The Bible explains that God "causeth the grass to grow for the cattle, and the herb for the service of man: that he may bring
forth food out of the earth
Psalm 104:14).  "And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the
face of the earth, and every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat"
(Genesis 1:29).  “And by
the river…shall grow all trees for meat…and the fruit… shall be for meat, and the leaf… for medicine
(Ezekiel, 47:12).

And the Baha'i Scriptures explain that: "The food of the future will be fruits and grains.  The time will come when meat will
no longer be eaten.  Medical science is only in its infancy, yet it has shown that our natural food is that which grows out of
the ground."
(Abdu’l-Baha quoted in The Throne of The Inner Temple, p.30; TDLA  pp.8-9; H&H p29)

In 2001, "the Center for Disease Control announces that the food we eat is responsible for twice the numbers of illnesses in
the U.S. in comparison to just seven years earlier"
Ronnie Cummins, National Director, OCA, The Truth About Vitamins & Supplements,

"Out of 2.1 million deaths a year in the United States, 1.6 million are related to poor nutrition." (-- C. Everett Koop, Former Surgeon General

Inadequate nutrition is a major contributing factor to fatigue, obesity, stress, depression, and illness. There are many causes
of poor nutrition aside from not eating nutritious foods, such as poor digestion, coated intestinal tract, synthetic chemicals
and drugs, and parasites.  During a wellness consultation, Dr. Laurie Lynch explains your causes of poor nutrition and illness,
and how to remedy these causes with the right foods and herbs that have been used safely and effectively for thousands of years.     

 The links below give some much needed detailed nutrition information.     

Sources of Nutrients
Organically grown vs conventionally grown foods

Good carbs vs bad carbs

Good protein vs bad protein

Good fats vs bad fats


      Copyright © Laurie Lynch, N.D., 2008-2011