This week I caught up with the Wholefood Medicine Man Don Tolman to talk about Food Signatures
What’s so special about Don and the work we do with him is the fact that Don is spreading an ancient message about health that’s been all but forgotten. Not withstanding his teachings on Food Signatures.
Relating back to “The Doctrine of Signatures”, food signatures contend that every whole food has a pattern that resembles a body organ or physiological function and that this pattern acts as a signal or sign, as to the benefit the food provides the eater.
This study reaches all the way back to Roman times where it was called the “Law of Similarities”. Today it is referred to by scientists as “Teleological Nutritional Targeting.”
The premise is very simple, and it goes that if a wholefood likes like a certain body part or organ, it will target and heal that area when consumed.
We are lucky enough to hear Don share some of this ancient wisdom with us during our two hour event with Don called “Where Truth and Health Lies”.
Today I want to share a little bit of that wisdom with you and give you a taste of what you’ll enjoy when you catch Don Tolman live with Fortune Events.
Celery: Bone Strength
Celery has an exponentially high percentage of organic sodium, just like our bones do. In fact celery “Looks like a bone, snaps like a bone and is 21% sodium like a bone”.
Including at least 3 sticks of celery a day has actually been scientifically proven to reverse the Osteoporosis.
Grapefruit: Breast function, heart and blood
Don is very passionate about Grapefruit and has helped literally thousands of people improve their heart health, as well as suppressing breast cancer.
Grapefruit pectin strengthens blood vessels and reduces the accumulation of plaque in people afflicted with atherosclerosis.
“Owing to its significant stores of the bioflavonoid naringenin, grapefruit prevents the metastasis of melanoma and arrests the spreading of breast cancer cells.”
Mushroom: Thyroid function
So many people have an over or under active thyroid, it really is a growing epidemic.
Mushrooms target the thyroid, because they have a high idonine and Vitamin D content.
“I’ve seen hundreds of women throw away their thyroid medication after incorporating at least one cup of mushrooms into their daily diet.”
Avocado: Female reproductive enhancer and nerve food
The notion that avocado is great for women’s reproductive health dates all the way back to the ancient Aztecs.
The Aztecs taught that the avocado represented the womb and cervix and that a swollen seed was like a woman who is pregnant. There’s no coincidence that it takes the avocado 9 months (40 weeks) to go from blossom to ripened fruit.
“Studies show that avocados actually protect women from cervical and breast cancers and complications of delivery in pregnancy.”
Get all this wisdom and more firsthand…
Don will be sharing this ancient wisdom, plus so much more, at the upcoming ‘Where Truth and Health Lies’ tour!
Reserve your ticket now!
I can’t wait to see you there,