God said, "there is life in herbs."

Life-giving, energized plants (herbs)

Eat herbs for abundant Life

Written within the Creation Story, in the First Book of Moses, called Genesis, God said "that within every living thing, there is Life" (Genesis 1:30). It sounds obvious, that is, that there is life in living things. But consider this, "When one eats living herbs one is actually eating "Live-giving substances," that are "still alive" that goes directly into one's body, and into living cells, tissues, and organs of the body, creating, even more life, within our bodies. When you cook food, you cook the life out of it. The food still tastes good and it still has food substances within it. Cook food, that is dead, still contains protein, vitamins, minerals, and other substances. But the life has been cooked out of it, especially if it is cooked "hard" and "long."

I am not saying that people should not eat cooked foods in their diets. I am saying that you should eat a good portion of raw or uncooked foods, especially herbs, because living herbs will give you life, that you may have "Life more Abundantly." Many of you already know these things that I am teaching here. One does not have to be a physician, such as I, to know how to eat well. My mother and two grandmothers were not highly educated people, such as I, but they knew very well that eating raw foods, as a part of their over all diet plans, was an approach to good health.

What I am suggesting is that each individual design, or put together a diet plan, for themselves that contains a mix, or a balance of quality foods, that has a good portion of raw, or uncooked foods in the plan. Study, or make an effort to learn what is best for your particular situation. Ask your health care provider for suggestions, if you need to. There are quality Hubs, that I even read myself, on dieting, to learn more about how I should eat to increase the quality of my life as I grow older.

One should find knowledge, where ever one can find knowledge. Pride has no place upon this pathway that we call Life. I obtain quality information from Life-Science Researchers living in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, North and South, including Mexico. I have dear friends that follow me in the Hubpages, and I follow dear friends that I have made as I cultivated my relationships on the Hubpages.

Because of the relationships that I have developed in the Hubpages community I am wiser, happier, and better off in this Life. There will come a time when our followers will encourage us to write more and to write specifically what is wanted by the public. People have needs, we have needs, and it is good when we can, sometimes, "hit" upon Hubs that will address needs. We are already doing this of course, but it would be even better if we did more of it.

Every time I complete a Hub, the wonderful feeling comes over me, of accomplishment, in my mission in Life, that is, the mission to "Decrease Human Suffering." In the case of this Hub, if only one person modifies his or her diet plan, in a way that increases the intake of "raw, living, foods," then I feel that my Life have served to help somebody. And "as you go, Peace."

Dr. Haddox




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Deb Welch 4 years ago

Dr. - A very good Hub with helpful content - Voted up and useful, awesome and interesting. What about steaming herbs with your veggies? Is this a good idea to practice? Raw cold salads is where adding herbs would be tasty - I have always put hot steamed white rice over a cold salad and then sprinkle a balsamic vinegar & olive oil with spices on top. It may not sound so good but to me it is great. I wonder if it is nutritional? Happy New Year.


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Nancy Owens 4 years ago from USA

Thank you for sharing this interesting and useful information.


Dr. Haddox 4 years ago

You are very welcome, Nancy. I wish you the most wonderful New Year. Dr.Haddox


Dr. Haddox 4 years ago

Hello Deb,

Your technique of putting hot steamed white rice over cold salad and then sprinkling a balsamic vinegar and olive oil with spices on top is a very exciting and nutritious way of preparing a wholesome meal. You are "thinking correctly" in your eating choices. Happy New Year to you also. Dr. Haddox


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Dr. Haddox 4 years ago from a Franklin, Tennessee native, who travels globally. Author

For Nancy Owens. I did not see my feed-back thanking you for reading my hub and for the positive comments. I appreciate everyone who come to Hubpages for knowledge, and I am sorry if it appeared that I overlooked your time and effort on our site. Happy New Year. Again, thank you. Dr. Haddox


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starstream 4 years ago from Northern California

Thank you. We need to all consider eating more fresh foods in our diets. I have been drinking my green tea with finely chopped ginger. And yes, we all need to make sure our water remains pure and that there are plenty of fresh herbs for our world to be healthy.


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Dr. Haddox 4 years ago from a Franklin, Tennessee native, who travels globally. Author

starstream, Thank you so much for your kind words of support for my writing and insights. Your input and sharing on how you drink your green tea, with the finely chopped ginger, is very useful for all of us on hubpages. I try the green tea and ginger myself. Again, thank you. Happy New Year. Dr. Haddox


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starstream 4 years ago from Northern California

Thank you so much for the follow. I believe in your mission and gifts for our world.


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Dr. Haddox 23 months ago from a Franklin, Tennessee native, who travels globally. Author

Raymond, thank you for sharing your thoughts and feelings our intellectual adventures here, together, on Hubpages and elsewhere on the internet. You are a Joy to have as a friend.


Lee 23 months ago

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