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Robert O. Young, Ph.D., D.Sc.,
The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health

Robert O. Young
is a nationally renowned microbiologist and nutritionist, who speaks to audience around the world on health and wellness.

This straightforward guide presents the four basic steps you need to take to embark on THE pH MIRACLE program and feathers more than 150 simple and delicious recipes that will help revitalize and maintain your health.

Say good-bye to low energy, poor digestion, excess weight, aches and pains, and disease. And say hello to renewed vigor, mental clarity, better overall health, and a lean, trim body. You health depends on an alkaline environment, created by eating foods such as tomatoes, avocados, and green vegetables, together with smaller portions of mildly acidic foods like fish, grains, and certain fruit. Striking the optimum 80/20 balance can result in dramatic weight loss, rebuilt stamina, strength, and vibrating health

Presentation  for Cultivations of  Bananas, Papayas, Passion Fruits (Pasiflora Edulis), Passion Flowers (Pasiflora Incarnata), Physalis,  Pepinos, Guava,  at Tertsa, Viannos, Heraklion, Crete, Greece.
Natural Farming  Masanobu Fukuoka
Masanobu Fukuoka
  was a Japanese farmer and philosopher celebrated for his natural farming and re-vegetation of desertified lands. He was a proponent of no-till, no-herbicide grain cultivation farming methods traditional to many indigenous cultures, from which he created a particular method of farming, commonly referred to as "Natural Farming" or "Do-nothing Farming".
The system is based on the recognition of the complexity of living organisms that shape an ecosystem and deliberately exploiting it. Fukuoka saw farming not just as a means of producing food but as an aesthetic and spiritual approach to life,the ultimate goal of which was "the cultivation and perfection of human beings".
The five principles of Natural Farming are that:
One Straw Revolution
human cultivation of soil, plowing or tilling are unnecessary, as is the use of powered machines
prepared fertilizers are unnecessary, as is the process of preparing compost
weeding, either by cultivation or by herbicides, is unnecessary. Instead only minimal weed suppression with minimal disturbance
applications of pesticides or herbicides are unnecessary
pruning of fruit trees is unnecessary
Victoria Lancer Life is a Super Fruit

Life is a Super Fruit - How to Use Nutrient Dense Organic Superfruit For Your Libido and Energy, Stronger Bones, Lower Cholesterol and More (Superfoods Series)
This book offers the ABC's of superfruits and how they can nourish you and protect your health. Excellent research and clear straight forward writing.Fruits are covered alphabetically but there are a few letters in the alphabet that didn't include a name of a fruit such as X and Y. The author took the opportunity to give some excellent food for thought -- ways just to enjoy your life more through positive thinking! I consider myself to be well read when it comes to health and I even learned a few things from this book- one in particular about fulvic acid.In this book you will also learn answers to these and other questions about Superfoods:• What is organic?• Why organic? How can organic Superfoods benefit your health?• Are stored minerals (in our bodies) ever used?
Life is a Super Fruit
The cultivation of plants and trees is based on Natural Cultivation, Organic Farming and Intercropping. Without using chemical fertilizers, pesticides  and other additives which harm the ecosystem.
Natural Cultivation is based on a Nature free from human intervention and mediation. Strives to remedy in nature the damage caused by the human knowledge and action.
Natural Cultivation is not only an agricultural cultivation method. Is a spiritual path that connects science, religion, philosophy in a single arrest, as it once was in the past.
Intercropping is parallel cultivation with various plants and trees in the same area. Are usually plants and trees with different root systems and with different nutrient requirements. Plants and trees live together and interact positively with each other. Intercropping contribute positively to growth - activity of beneficial microorganisms and insects.
The cultivation of individual plants and trees is a result of research, observation, combined with the knowledge of the people who cultivated this land in the past,  based on the need to restore the ecosystem of the region in conditions that existed before the advent of industrial farming practices that lead away from the natural process of evolution of human and nature.

We offer quality, fruits rich in valuable ingredients for health, at the final stage of maturation, directly from the plants and trees without chemical or other processing of maturing.