Hopeful signs, by Donald O. Haughey

by Donald Haughey, founder of CHI

Many of man’s enterprises undertaken to do the good work of God are threatened by the lack of forthright action on the part of those it is supposed to serve. The will and purpose of man is more and more diluted by increased substance abuse. Indeed, drugs of choice and ever more toxic medical drugs, the polluting of the food supply by the addictions to salt, sugar and fats in concentrated forms, and the de-vitalization of formulated processing for profit are all bearing down on us.

The grass roots wisdom that is causing the swing back to raw organic purity is hopeful and making a difference. In wisdom and/or desperation – “the way of the truth and the life” – people are seeking out prevention and cures for the ills of man.

Now we do well to seek out what the wise among us are doing to learn and practice the ways of not only survival but the ways of perfecting our being. Advice and guidance is not only available but taught by those dedicated to showing forth the ways of wellness and the perfection of our Spiritual Being. Creative Health Institute stands at the leading edge.

Donald O. Haughey
Hodunk, Michigan

February 17, 2010

Bobby Say’s Two Ounces Of Almonds Contain More Protein Than A Typical Egg

Almond Nutrients

Nutrient Amount DV
World’s Healthiest
Foods Rating
Manganese- 0.90 mg 45.0 3.9 very good
vitamin E 8.97 mg 44.9 3.9 very good
magnesium 98.67 mg 24.7 2.2 good
tryptophan 0.07 g 21.9 1.9 good
copper 0.40 mg 20.0 1.7 good
vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 0.30 mg 17.6 1.5 good
phosphorus 168.70 mg 16.9 1.5 good

Creative Health Institutes Take On Raw Living Food And The Great Protein Myth

 Creative Health Institute
 “The Protein Myth”


Decreasing The Amount Of Meat You Eat Could Save Your Life
No Meat
The Raw Living Food Lifestyle Provides The Best Source Of Protein On The Planet! 
The first question most students ask upon embarking on our program steeped in the traditons of Ann Wigmore’s Raw Living Foods Lifestyle is; where do we get our protein? This is a good question, so on  our first evening together we address their question by going through the list of protein rich fruits, vegetables, seed, nuts and sprouts they will be eating during their stay at the institute. Upon seeing the list of fruits, vegetable, seed, nuts and sprouts and the amount of protein they will be consuming on a daily basis there usually is a resounding WOW! They learn that by embracing this lifestyle they will not only get enough protein, they will be getting the vitamins, minerals, phyto-nutrients, live enzymes and the right combination of amino acids combined to form protein which is perfectly designed for their body’s. We’ve been brainwashed by the meat, dairy and supplement companies into thinking we need one gram of protein per pound of bodyweight, but science has NEVER shown that humans need that level of protein.  The truth is most foods have some combination of protein, carbohydrates and fat -and vegetables contain all three macro-nutrients!  The World Health Organization (W.H.O) has stated we need to consume a minimum of 10% of your daily caloric intake from protein to be healthy and build lean muscle mass. If you are eating a 2,000-calorie diet, 10% of your diet should be made up of protein, which would be 200 calories. Each gram of protein has 4 calories, so that calculates out to 50 grams of protein per day.  Getting this level of protein is easy to do if you are practicing the Living Foods Lifestyle.
Wishing all of you the best life ever.
Robert Morgan – Bobby
Union City, Michigan
Health Education Director
Creative Health Institute  
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