Dr. Bob was a MD internal medicine, orthomolecular
doctor, MD psychiatrist, chiropractor, and healer 65 years.
He was a diabetic who lived to 108 years with only 1 side effect 2 years
before he passed away.
A vegetarian diet may consist of no meat, fish,
poultry, and diary products. This
strict type of diet makes it difficult to get enough protein.
The body needs about one gram or more of protein for every two pounds of
body weight. A vegetarian needs to
maintain his body weight and lean tissue. This
is basically something you can see in the mirror.
Dr. Bob was aware of the strong feelings that many
vegetarians have towards any animal products.
One excellent form of protein he recommended that has no animal or diary
products is a soy protein powder. It
is associated with improved metabolism/ fat/sugar efficiency and other benefits.
It is cholesterol free, sugar free, and contains no animal or diary
Another protein supplement Dr. Bob recommended for
vegetarians is whey protein. Dr.
Bob stated that studies show whey can improve immune function by 500% in some
individuals. It is a high quality
protein that is pre-digested and easily assimilated. It is made from milk curdles.
Dr. Bob said whey is not harmful to the body. He understood some
vegetarian's desires to avoid all diary products but he suggested the benefits
from whey are tremendous and it is not harmful. Also for vegetarians using diary products he suggested whey
is more beneficial than milk or cheese. He
advised to use ion-exchange whey protein concentrate.
Another point is most of the vegetables and fruits
farmed today are from depleted soils. This
means the nutrient values of many farm products are of a diminished quality.
Even products called organic mean they are farmed without toxins such as
pesticides but this does not mean the soil is not depleted.
Organic only means no harmful toxins are added.
Therefore it is possibly an excellent idea for all vegetarians to take a
multi vitamin and mineral daily to compensate for the loss of many nutrients in
the farm soils of today. Dr. Bob
recommended Maxilife multi vitamin and mineral powder.
Also if you decide to use both the whey and soy as a
source of protein than we suggest you combine the two whenever you take them.
This will provide a complimentary and synergistic effect between the two.
Dr. Bob advised 2 parts whey to 1 part soy.
Dr. Bob advised supplementation of 1-1-˝ grams
of acetyl-L-carnitine, in divided doses, daily.
ALC is vital for fat transport in the body, can aid in nerve regeneration
and many other functions. A
vegetarian diet does not usually supply enough ALC.
Dr. Bob advised supplementing B12 or using a B50 with
meals, for vegetarian diets. He
said a vegetarian diet can result in B12 deficiencies.
B12 deficiencies can result in some irreversible conditions as well as
many other problems.
Dr. Bob advised supplementing creatine.
He recommended the supplement creatine monohydrate.
Most creatine comes from meat. Creatine
can help increase endurance and strength. Often
a vegetarian diet lacks some of the nutrients that can make you strong.
Creatine can help a person eating a vegetarian diet become stronger.
Creatine can be found in synthetic form.
Creatine monohydrate found on the product page of our web site is a
synthesized creatine, a pure pharmaceutical grade.
In order for these nutritional ideas to be successful, you must use
supplements of the highest quality. Dr. Bob often said, “almost all supplement
companies produce poor quality.” You
can consider the product page of this web site. Almost all the products
met Dr. Bob’s approval. Since he
passed away we have attempted to keep the same high standards.
WARNING: DO NOT STOP ANY TREATMENT OR MEDICATION YOU
CURRENTLY USE. CONSULT WITH YOUR
DOCTOR BEFORE STARTING THE USE OF SUPPLEMENTS.
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