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Favorite Quotes from the Perfect Health Program

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Quotes from the Perfect Health Program

It takes a bit of practice but by eating mono meals you will find that you get much more in touch with your true self, your true hunger and with the various aspects of what is satiation and what that’s all about.” From CD#1

It doesn’t matter how fit you are if you die of a heart attack. It doesn’t matter how well rested you are if you’re out of your mind with emotional stress. Your health is going to be limited by the weakest link.” From CD#2 on the “Weakest Links”

If we start starving our body of oxygen simply because there’s not enough oxygen in the air, we’re creating a nutritional situation that is supportive of the development of cancer, a major concern.” From CD#2 on the “Weakest Links”

When people say “you are what you eat” it’s really not true because not only is it not a complete concept because you also are what you think about but you aren’t really what you eat. You are what you digest and absorb and eventually utilize.” From CD #3 on the Hidden Causes of Impaired Digestion

In nature the animals that are anatomically and physiologically similar to us eat a diet almost exclusively centered on the consumption of fruits and vegetables.” From CD #3 on the Hidden Causes of Impaired Digestion

It’s possible to be fit and unhealthy at the same time, but can’t be healthy if you’re not fit.” From CD#4 on Fitness.

I’ve come up with just a little guideline. I don’t fitness train every day. I only train on the days when I intend to eat.” From CD#4 on Fitness.

It doesn’t take long before fitness training becomes fitness maintaining. In other words if we wish to grow we’ve got to challenge ourselves just a bit. A realistic challenge when your body is faced with a realistic fitness challenge.” From CD #4 on Fitness

But the feature to be considered in neurological training is that you must pay attention. The moment of truth, in other words, that point in time when you must make a decision on which the continuation of the activity hinges, the moment of truth comes again and again and again in relatively rapid fire format and it forces the person to increase attention span. ” From CD#5 on Neuro Training (it will make more sense to you when you listen to it!)

It’s what I found to be true in world class athletes let alone we mere mortals and if they have weak links with all the aspects and opportunities of great trainers helping them we know that it is likely that we have them too and so I find that people progress hugely in their other aspects of training when we start bringing neuro-training up to speed.” From CD#5 on Neuro Training.

Each and every person who reduces their fat consumption with a ratio of total calories while increasing their consumption of the simple carbohydrates, fructose and glucose found in fruit will see a reduction in symptoms. I have yet to see an exception to that.” From CD#6 on Candida and Sugar Problems

When we consume more fat than that which we are designed to, it all must be processed through the blood and that fat in the blood itself coats all of the cells in the blood. It coats the sugar cells in the blood. It coats the insulin cells produced by the pancreas and it coats the entrance and exit ways of the bloodstream through which sugar and insulin would normally travel.” From CD#6 on Candida, Hypoglycemia and Sugar Problems

As we become hungry our ability to discriminate is reduced, we become far less discriminating in our food choices and will tend to eat things that we wouldn’t normally eat.” From CD#7 on Achieving Your Perfect Physique

There is no food that makes you gain muscle, sorry folks. There is no food that points you in the right direction of helping you gain muscle. If there was food that allowed you to gain muscle, then all the body builders that you see would be in kitchens and restaurants rather than being in gyms.” From CD#7 on Achieving Your Perfect Physique

The heavier you are in terms of body fat, the more malnourished you must be, because malnourishment by definition is when we are off in terms of nutrients, either high or low. If we are high in body fat, fat certainly is a nutrient and by definition we have to be malnourished. It’s a malnourishment of excess, but none the less malnourishment.” From CD #7 on Achieving Your Perfect Physique

So, how much fruit? It’s usually more fruit than most people think it should be. Our perception of how much food we are supposed to eat in terms of volume has been swayed by our prior experiences. Our prior experiences tell us the amount of food volume we are supposed to eat, based on what everybody eats and based on what we have eaten in our lives.” From CD #8 on Becoming a High-Energy Person

Appetite is the socially acceptable nice word for craving. Craving is the socially acceptable nice word for addiction. When we crave specific food items, we’re talking addiction not hunger.” From CD #8 on Becoming a High-Energy Person

From what I understand it takes about one ounce of salt to be deadly for an average man. In America the average consumption of salt is about one fiftieth of that lethal dose on a daily basis. We’re definitely pushing the limits and we’re experiencing the consequences.” From “Shocking News about Stimulants”

Every cell in our body is structured in such a way that its function has an innate drive towards achieving, creating and fostering the development of perfect health in every way.” From “Shocking News about Stimulants”

There are no contraindications to healthful living. Every time you make a change towards healthful living, every time you make a change in the direction of modifying your lifestyle to match the laws of nature that apply to us, this is a step in the right direction.” From CD#12, the Best Raw Food Diet

Love yourself more. How much should you respect yourself? More. How long do you have to continue to work on building self esteem? Forever.” From CD#12, the Best Raw Food Diet

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Frederic Patenaude
Frederic Patenaude
Frederic Patenaude has been an important influence in the raw food and natural health movement since he started writing and publishing in 1998, first by being the editor of Just Eat an Apple magazine. He is the author of over 20 books, including The Raw Secrets, the Sunfood Cuisine and Raw Food Controversies. Since 2013 he’s been the Editor-in-Chief of Renegade Health.

Frederic loves to relentlessly debunk nutritional myths. He advocates a low-fat, plant-based diet and has had over 10 years of experience with raw vegan diets. He lives in Montreal, Canada.