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    What Can I Eat That’s Healthy for Breakfast II? A Dr. Arnould Original Recipe!

    Suns Rising Over Purple Mountains’ Majesty : (American Diet Revolution Breakfast Recipe #2) One the most patriotic acts you can perform is to eat foods that enhance your health. By eating nutritious foods, you are taking powerful strides toward realizing your individual potential to contribute to the well-being of all other citizens of your community, our […]

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    What Can I Eat That’s Healthy for Breakfast?

    Vegan Breakfast Recipe #1 Many Americans believe eating a bowl of oatmeal is a “heart-healthy” way to begin a nutritious day. However, to quote cardiologist and author Dr. William Davis in Wheat Belly Total Health, “the plentiful amylopectin starch of oats raises blood sugar to high levels and therefore provokes extravagant glycation-the irreversible process of […]

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    Getting Stronger and More Fit After 50

    Be Stronger After 50! In 1998, just after my 50th birthday, I began writing a book entitled Stronger After 40: Strength Training as Healthcare for Women and Men in the 21st Century. This comprehensive guide to strength training for adults was finally completed and published by Alward Publications in 2005. Although this book is no […]

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    The Midwest Book Review (May 2019) a new book review of American Diet Revolution!

    Established in 1976, the Midwest Book Review is an organization committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing. The MBR publishes the following monthly book review magazines specifically designed for community and academic librarians, booksellers, and the general reading public: American Diet Revolution! by Dr. Josef Arnould Synopsis: Obesity, diabetes, dementia, and related […]

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    Environmental Cowardice, Patriotism, and Matriatism

    Many of us, especially those who care deeply about the natural beauty and majesty of Earth’s environment, have the clear impression that the future of our planet is at risk because of human pollution. This impression is not quite correct. The future of our planet is not dependent upon what we are doing to our […]

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    Grains: Fossil Fuels of the American Diet

    Wheat, oats, corn, rice, and their relatives are the fossil fuels of the American Diet. Although you can consume grain-based foodstuffs derived from these grass seeds to power your physical activities, eating such processed foods comes at a very high price to your health and well-being. The internal combustion of grains to fuel your essential […]

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    Internal Environmentalism, External Environmentalism

    Finally! At last! The future habitability of our planet for human life is reaching the forefront of public discussion, political debate, and the consciousness of citizens throughout the globe. No longer are we able to ignore the consequences of excessive and reckless consumerism upon the natural world around us. As we finally confront this reality […]

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    Dr. Josef’s Weekly Post

    As you may know, my most recent book, American Diet Revolution!, was released for online sales a few weeks ago. Now, my publisher, Morgan James Publishing, is hosting an online launch party to celebrate the release of ADR! for sales in brick-and-mortar bookstores. This live event begins on Thursday, March 7th, at 2:00 CST and […]

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    What is the American Diet Revolution?

    The American Diet Revolution is a growing movement toward profound change in the foods Americans grow, purchase, and eat and, just as importantly, in how we think about those foods. Thanks to a new breed of honest nutritional researcher/writers of the 21st Century, we know now that dietary advice we received from “experts” and “authorities” […]

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    To Eat or Not to Eat? What is the Question.

    I thank all of you who have responded to my weekly posts and to my books by contacting me via our website email box: DrJosef@StrengthForLife.com. Your comments and questions are appreciated. Please continue to send them. I will do my best to read and respond to your provocative inquiries. Many comments and questions come from […]

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