Mark S. Blackburn, MBA
How do I eat?
I particularly like Melons, Mangoes, Papaya (Large Mexican Variety), figs, wild grapes, bananas, persimmons, coconut, avocados and durian. There are
few fruits I don't like.
The table above shows that if you are eating Human diet consisting of primarily vegetables and greens and some fruits, you are probably getting adequate Vitamins, Minerals & other essential nutrients. If you are eating any of the toxic American non-foods, you are not getting enough nutrients. This means you will continue to experience hunger because your body is being starved for nutrients. If you continue feeding upon the toxic items you will never receive adequate human nutrition. Vitamin pills & other supplements are no substitute for natural human food. If they were, God would have little pills growing on fruit trees instead of fruit!
I try to eat what's in season. I can't always do this as
I just love certain tropical fruits & eat them year round. But, when persimmons are in season, I'll sometimes go several days eating nothing but
them. It just feels and tastes great. Fruit which has been off the
tree for some time should be avoided. It's always best to pick the
fruit yourself when it is precisely ripe. Fruit which has been handled
and stored often has bruises and fermentation. (A banana with brown
spots is fermented and should absolutely be avoided). Similarly, all
store-sold fruit should be avoided because it was NEVER picked ripe.
For fruit, you are 99% better off picking it off the tree yourself when you
know it is ripe.
Here is an excellent explanation of the nutritional value of various fruits: http://www.thefruitpages.com/diet.shtml
Fruits and vegetables are a great source of very pure water. I drink far less water or juice since the foods I eat contain lots of very pure water...purer than you can buy or filter.
I tend to drink before eating if I take any fluid at all near mealtime. I tend to eat all fruit ahead of vegetables or greens or nuts. This is proper food combining. But, since I often eat only one food per meal, I avoid the food combining issue frequently.
I am learning that it is best to not eat after perhaps 5:00pm. It is always best to sleep with an empty stomach.
This probably all sounds pretty strange. But, it works great for me!
Mark S. Blackburn, MBA
1310 E Street Victorian
Sacramento, CA 95814
Last Updated: February 14, 2010