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Mark S. King interviews Nelson Vergel on pooping while going through the refrigerator. Find out how many times a day you are supposed to poop. What foods make pooping fun? It’s not fiction that we need pulp.

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Speakers Rigoberto Ng of Care Resources, an expert in nutrition for HIV+ individuals and Peter Jackson of Push Fitness, a fitness expert with experience training HIV+ men, will discuss the critical roles proper nutrition and exercise play in establishing and maintaing good health in people with compromised immune systems.

When: Tuesday October 12, 2010 at 7:00 PM sharp

Where: Push Fitness,
1098 Floranada RD (NE 45th St),
Oakland Park
(One light south of COmmercial BLVD, off Dixie Hwy)
Additional parking in rear of building
No charge, but space is limited

RSVP: Peter@PushFitnessFTL.com

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From Jon D. Kaiser,M.D., Integrative Health Consulting recommends an Immune Enhancement Diet thats High in Protein, High in Whole Grains, Fruits, and Vegetables, Low in Processed Carbohydrates (sugar & flour), and Low in Fats and Cholesterol.

Immunity Broth with Added Vegetables


He recommends his Immunity Broth

4 cups of Organic Vegetable Broth
4 ounces of organic cooking greens ( chard, Kale, collard greens, mustard greens, spinach, etc.)
2 Shallots and/or garlic cloves, chopped
2 Carrots, sliced
Optional: Add Mushrooms, chicken, tofu or shrimp

Bring the shallots, carrots, garlic & broth to a low boil for 5 minutes, Stir in the organic cooking greens. Stir for two minutes, cover & remove from heat. After 10 minutes, drink a cup of the warm, nurturing broth then serve the vegetables over rice or noodles. (Prep time: just 20 minutes!)

Dr. Kaiser strongly suggest that you purchase organic vegetables. he says that they have more than twice the nutrients!

To enhance the flavors and for further nutrition, we suggests adding peas, cauliflower, broccoli, red onions, and Flax Seed. I know this sounds terrible.. I thought so when I first heard John Kaiser’s Lecture, but it is really quite good. Try it.

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