My Daily Supplement Protocol

Must highlight “suggested” protocol because I have had virtually perfect health for over three decades (what a gift), so cannot really testify as to the efficacy of this practice. Probably two dozen or more clients / friends using this protocol with some positive feedback, and maybe more important, no complaints.

Before I begin a couple of notes:

Do not be one of those who drive up to the boat in a Mercedes and tell me you cannot afford organic foods, seeds, oils, etc. I am with the Dalai Lama when he says something like "I am amazed that people give away their health to make money and keep up with the Jones's, only to give it all back trying reclaim health that has no price."

All seeds oxidize rapidly after being ground, subsequently losing potency . . grind whole ones right before consuming. Seeds are classified as spores . . . life waiting to be energized . . . 5000 year old wheat grains found in Egyptian tombs were succesfully planted and harvested.

And before diving in, watch this recent video that shockingly points out this protocol satisfies 80% of the daily dozen recommended foods.

As background, have not taken traditional supplements (except one) for the last 2-1/2 / 3 years as result of some research that came out. Have since switched over to supplementing with organic herbs, spices, fruits, nuts, vegetables in the following protocol:

The protocol:

Drink 12 oz of water (Kangen, high pH, if possible) upon arising; then 8 oz of grapefruit juice

When hunger appears (usually around 11:00), place in a coffee grinder:

2 tablespoons flax seeds

1-1/2 tablespoons hemp seeds (best kept in dark container in refrigerator)

1 tablespoon sesame seeds (whole)

1 heaping 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric powder

1 heaping 1/2 teaspoon of ground ginger powder

Grind them up good.

Sprinkle on a bowl of organic fruit (for me: banana, pineapple, boysenberry, blackberry, raspberry) . . . . or your favorite cereal, pancakes, whatever.

I like to top it all off with a mixture of organic nuts, deemed 'trail mix' from Aldi's

Last flood the bowl with Vanilla Almond Milk.

Then add 2 tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar (try it, it's not bad tasting)

OK already, the one supplement is: 200 mg of CoQ10

I urge you to do your own research. My main source of health news is Dr. Michael Greger at Most of my choices reflected above are from videos he has published which highlight the incredible curative FACTS of these supplements from everything from high blood pressure to Alzheimer's to cancer. Every presentation is backed up with a transcript along with links to every study referenced in the video if you want to get into the nitty-gritty. Besides having a good sense of humor, in 5 years of following him, have never felt he has an ax to grind, other than a healthy distrust of 'science' that is paid for by commercial interests.

As always, health choices are very unique to each person necessitating impeccably listening to your body. Along those lines, only suggest changing or adding, one thing at a time and listening to your body's reaction for a week before venturing forth.