Why Wheatgrass For Cancer?

Tagged:  

Why Wheatgrass?

The Littleton Grist Mill is now offering freshly made Wheatgrass juice --
long regarded as a nutritionally complete food.

ENERGISER: The vitality derived from wheatgrass juice is remarkable. 30 mls of freshly squeezed juice contains as much nutritional value as approximately 2 kilos of fresh green vegetables in vitamin, mineral and amino acid content. It is a complete protein containing about 20 amino acids (the building blocks of protein) and about 30 enzymes which are incredibly important for correct digestion and other bodily processes.

On an empty stomach, wheatgrass juice is assimilated into the blood in about 20 minutes, and the vitality lasts throughout the day. It is recommended to start with 30 mls of wheatgrass juice, followed by a glass of water or juice.

NUTRITIONAL: Wheatgrass juice is a complete food that can be taken orally with no toxic side effects. It is an important nutritional supplement as it contains, in a bioavailable form, most of the vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids needed for human maintenance.

To get the most benefit from vitamins and minerals, a person’s total intake should come in a form that is as close to a natural state as possible. Unfortunately many of the fruit and vegetables we buy today are nutrient deficient, and although vitamin supplements have their place, they have been processed in a laboratory and may have sat on shelves for months before they are ingested. Obviously nowhere near as powerful as “live” food.

Wheatgrass juice is an abundant source of the B vitamins and included vitamins C, E and carotene. These vitamins work to successfully destroy free radicals that can lead to the degeneration of the immune system, and the body as a whole. Wheat grass juice also contains at least 20 amino acids, and various minerals and enzymes. There are over 90 minerals, which are needed to maintain good metabolism. Some of these alkaline minerals found in wheatgrass are calcium, magnesium, potassium and iron.

Enzymes are important active ingredients in wheatgrass juice. They are the life force of our foods, and are required to carry out many important biological and chemical functions within the body.

CHLOROPHYLL: The bioavailable chlorophyll found in wheat grass juice can protect us from carcinogens (cancer causing substances) like no other food or medicine. Studies in animals indicate that it helps to reduce absorption of a variety of serious carcinogens (Zeigler, 1995). It strengthens the cells, detoxifies the liver and bloodstream and chemically neutralizes the polluting elements in our environment. Given that the liver is the main organ of detoxification in the body, it is important to note that chlorophyll stimulates and regenerates it. Three compounds found in the juice that helps the liver with this are:

· Choline which prevents the deposition of fats;
· Magnesium which draws out excess fat;
· Potassium which invigorates and stimulates

BLOOD BUILDER: Both chlorophyll (as in wheatgrass juice) and hemoglobin (red blood cells) are molecularly similar. The only actual difference is that the central element in chlorophyll is magnesium and in hemoglobin it is iron, so chlorophyll has been shown to build red blood cells quickly after ingestion.

It normalizes high blood pressure by dilating the blood pathways throughout the body, and stimulates healthy blood tissue cell growth. Chlorophyll has the ability to break down poisonous carbon dioxide and release free oxygen. Wheatgrass stimulates metabolism and enzyme systems and the abundance of alkaline minerals in the juice helps to reduce over acidity in the blood.
BODY CLEANSING: Wheatgrass juice has a long tradition as a cleanser of blood, organs, and gastrointestinal tract. It contains saponin, a detergent factor which can help drain the lymphatic system, carrying away many toxins from the body cells. When an imbalance or injury exists, for example, sore tendons or joints or degenerative diseases, there is a natural buildup of mucous in the lymph particular to that area. This mucous is encapsulated, helping to ensure the proper flow of lymphatic fluid. Wheatgrass juice helps to break down the mucous, allows it to drain and thus relieves pressure and aids healing.
ALLERGIES AND SENSITIVITIES: Wheatgrass is different from wheat. One is a green vegetable, the other a grain. The green vegetable grass contains no gluten and is therefore no more allergic than spinach or lettuce. In fact, it contains antiallergic factors. Since allergies are immune responses to toxic irritants, detoxification is crucial to any allergy treatment problem.
(Steve Meyerowitz, 1998)
BODY HEALING: In the book “Survival into The 21st Century” by Rev. Viktoras kuluinskas, M.S., it states “in therapeutic amounts, wheatgrass juice will detoxify the body by increasing the elimination of hardened mucous, crystallized acids and solidified, decaying fecal matter. It’s high enzyme content helps dissolve tumours. It is the fastest, surest way to eliminate internal waster and provide an optimum nutritional environment. Wheatgrass juice is the nectar of rejuvenation, the plasma of youth, the blood of all life. The elements that are missing in your body’s cells – especially enzymes, vitamins, hormones, and nucleic acids, can be obtained from this daily green sunlight transfusion.”

Anne Wigmore believes “Wheatgrass is not a cure, however, through scientific investigation and experimentation we have discovered that it furnishes the body with vital nourishment, which, when missing, yields sickness.”
(The Wheatgrass Book, 1989)

The movement for the human consumption of wheatgrass began in the western world in the 1930s and was initiated by Charles F. Schnabal, known as “the father of wheatgrass”. He said “Fifteen pounds of wheatgrass is equivalent to 350 pounds of the choicest vegetables”.

RECOMMENDED READING:
Dr. Anne Wigmore “The Wheatgrass Book” 1989.
Steve Meyerowitz “Wheatgrass, Nature’s Finest Medicine” 1998.
Rev. Viktoras Kuluinskas “Survival into the 21st Century” 1976.

Wheatgrass is a complete protein and provides the following AMINO ACIDS.

Abensic- anti cancer agent
Alanine- blood builder
Arginine- seminal fluid
Aspartic acid- energy
Glutamic acid- mental alertness
Glycine- energy
Histidine- hearing and nerve function
Isoleucine- growth in infants
Loucine- energy and nerve stimulation
Lysine- anti aging
Methionine- kidney and liver cleanser
Phenylaianine thyroid function
Proline- Glutamic acid absorption
Serine- brain stimulation
Threonine- digestion and assimilation
Tryptophane- skin and hair growth
Valine- brain/muscle coordination

(Anne Wigmore, 1989)
Some of the ENZYMES present in wheatgrass juice are:

Protease – assists in protein digestion
Amylase – facilitates starch digestion
Soperoxide Dismutase (SOD) – found in all body cells and is known for its ability to lessen the effect of radiation and slow cellular aging.
Cytochrome Oxidase – anti oxidant
Lipase – a fat splitting enzyme
Transhydrogenase – keeps heart muscle toned

(Steve Meyerowitz, 1998)

http://www.littletongristmill.com/wheat_grass.html

Share this with your friends