WHEATGRASS JUICE, LIVE FOODS AND THE A-MID TEST
Thelma Arthur, M.D. has developed a simple detection test for malignancy. The susceptibility scale of A to E indicates decreasing immune reserves and therefore increased susceptibility to disease.
The A-MID procedures were pronounced 98.6% accurate by Stanford Research Institute. In the beginning of a 3 week stay at Hippocrates-West a student was tested. The scale showed a “C” level which indicated a lowered state of resistance (below normal).
Two weeks later after being on live food diet and drinking wheatgrass juice, the student tested at “B” level.
The student left Hippocrates at this time and continued on the same diet. The test was again given approximately one year later showing the student had maintained a “B” level (acceptable normal range) and this indicated an improved state of resistance was maintained throughout the year.
This would suggest live foods and wheatgrass juice to be of value in improving immunity.
A hair analysis report of a child who had a high level toxic metals (lead, etc.) in his system and an over-supply of copper. However, after drinking wheatgrass juice for two months the copper level appeared normal and the toxic metals were shown to be lower.
WHEATGRASS JUICE FOR THE HYPERACTIVE CHILD
Dr. Elizabeth Rees, M.D. lecturer at the Association for Children with Learning Disabilities – International Conference, San Francisco (February – March 1979), states that lead, mercury and cadmium are all heavy metal poisons that damage the nervous system and affect the liver and kidneys.
Dr Rees goes on to say, “Since the rise of industrial Revolution we have been breathing in tetraethyl lead used in our gasoline. We breathe in 90% of this lead as it is absorbed through the lungs.”
According to Dr. Rees, “there are studies showing that the percentage of children with lead poisoning among hyperactive children is far far higher than it is among the children who are behaving themselves.”