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What Does Sproutman Eat?


  1. Commented by Sally Holloway

    Hello Sproutman, glad you are sorting out the skin cancer. Is it possible to do it with just wheatgrass (perhaps a poltice?) rather than cream. Or does the cream have something else to recommend it?

  2. Commented by Pearl Maria

    Hello Sproutman,

    Thank you for taking the time to read this. I attended your lecture at the NewLife Expo and I have a question that I wasn’t able to ask regarding water.

    I see you sell a water distiller. I have been reading Doctor Norman Walker’s book– “Water can undermine your Health”, where he recommends distilled water as well. However, many other people say that distilled water is acidic due to lack of minerals and not good long term. I hear a lot of talk about these water ionizers (that alkalize and filter water) that also can be made with a super fine .01 micron filter that I think can remove colloidal minerals in the water and yet still alkalize it. Which do you think is better and why?

    I’m a bit confused and not sure which direction to head in…I have never tasted distilled water to know how my own body responds to it on a personal level…I wish there were a way to do an experiemnt of drinking distilled water for 30 days as Dr. Walker suggests in his book…but I don’t see how I would do that in a simple way just yet– I think it would require me to own a distiller first. As I am not fond of buying bottled water for ecological reasons and due to the plastic toxicity that enters our bodies that way.

    A penny for your thoughts. Thank you very much, Pearl.

    • Commented by Sproutman

      Hello Pearl,
      You will see that my webstore http://www.Sproutman.com sells a few different kinds of water devices such as the water ionizers, the distillers, and filters. Comparing the different types of waters is a big subject. More than I can do justice to here. But as far as I am concerned distilled water is arguably the purest water that exists and for me that is a great place to start. Yes, it lacks of minerals and claims are made about it being slightly acid. But the truth is, it is absolutely neutral. And because of that characteristic, it immediately takes on the nutritional and energetic properties of whatever you put in or near it. So, if you place 3 grains of Himalayan salt in a gallon of distilled water, you will achieve a delicious homemade mineral water that is mildly alkaline. Also, if you position it on top of a magnet or in the sunlight with the cap open for an exchange of air, then oxygen and the sun’s rays will charge the water with life force. I think this is a good solution and a very affordable.

      Whether or not you should go this route or choose a water ionizer, or a carbon filter, or an ultraviolet, or ozone water machine, etc., etc. is as I said earlier, more of a discussion than is appropriate for this method of communication. But I do have a resource for you. It’s my book Water the Ultimate Cure. There you can study the advantages and disadvantages of the various water conditioning, filtering, and purifying systems. Above all, no matter what choice you make, remember that water makes up approximately two-thirds of our bodies by weight. So drinking about half your body weight in ounces on a daily basis has the potential to do wonderful things for your health no matter which water you choose. Good luck and be sproutful!

  3. Commented by Auntie Patricia

    steve, i too had a sore on my face that never seemed to heal for YEARS… i used oxygen the other day on it and it seems to have disappeared. i’ll continue to use O2, to make sure it goes away forever.

    cancer cells die in oxygen. :)

    i understand there used to be a lot more oxygen in the atmosphere and it has been depleted over the years.

    i have an ozonator that i use to purify water to drink, for the laundry, and now am using it to target spots on my skin that have been slow to heal.

    remember to breathe! :)
    (the word ‘spirit’ means ‘breath’ – that is my bottom line ‘religion’… breathing)

    love, patricia

  4. Commented by Lialla Igneb

    Great discussion. And I REALLY like that you practice what you preach. That’s when you can tell a post has come together.
    And I’m also fascinated by how fresh you made the routine [admit it: what you just shared has been regurgitated millions of time. ;-)].
    Ben Johnson said people don’t need taught as much as they need reminding.
    Good work.

  5. Commented by Jan

    What is the powder probiotics you are currently taking with your drinks, if you dont’ mind sharing this information. My husband and myself both have lyme disease and both of us are on antibiotic treatment for over 4 months now. We do currently take a probiotic to offset the antibiotics but would be interested in additional options.
    Thank you

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