The Hidden Polarities of Nature

by Margaret K. Chaney

         
 


CHAPTER 4:  The Lists (1 of 4 Pages)

Please be aware of what these lists are and what they are not.  

They are:

* the result of scores of tests with these items
* limited – they will change as more tests are done
* an invitation to experiment, discover and learn

They are not:

* a panacea for all your ills, problems, and distress
* laboratory tests in any of the biological disciplines
* the final word on anything – that is for future studies
* a proposal that you radically change your diet; they only 
   offer suggestions for gradual modification

I make no recommendation that you adhere exclusively to either list.  Each person has his or her own level of individual tolerances.  Before you commit to adopting any of the items on these lists, test them yourself and form your own conclusions.  The lists are an analysis of over 500 items including meat, fish, dairy products, fruit, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, spices, herbs, teas, fats, oils, liquors, trees and plants, creatures, jewels, metals, leathers, furs, fibers, chemicals – ultimately, whatever I could get my hands on.  Over the course of the testing, the lists have been updated constantly as anomalies appeared, usually due to the original generalizations about categories.  Since certain items come in more than one variety, you must learn to apply the test to be sure the item I tested is the same as the one you have encountered.  The ultimate list would be a carefully controlled appraisal of every item on the planet – an impossibility.  Just be aware that Planet Earth is telling you, “Look carefully; there are TWO worlds out there!" 

PUNCTUATION TO GUIDE YOU:  
    % means, more than one variety; must be tested 
     # means, more fully explained in text; see Chapter (?) 
     + means, common to both lists (rare!) 

REDLIST

GREENLIST


MEAT, FISH, DAIRY


MEAT, FISH, DAIRY

beef
butter
cheese
   braided
   cottage
   cream
   kash kaval
   Monterey jack
   Tilsit
clams
cream
% eggs  # chapter 3
fish
   monkfish
   salmon
   sardines
   shark
   tuna
frogs legs
gelatin, unflavored
lamb
liver
lobster
milk (whole)
pork
oysters
% poultry  # chapter 3
shrimp
tofu, other soy  # chapter 3
yogurt (whole milk)

buttermilk
cheese
   cheddar
   Colby
   farmer's
   feta
   Gouda
   mozzarella
   Muenster
   Parmesan
   provolone
   pot cheese (dry)
   ricotta
   Romano
   Swiss
eggs
fish
   cod
   haddock
   herring
   orange roughy
   perch
   snapper
   turbot
   whitefish
milk (skim, 2%)
poultry (not livers)
yogurt (skim milk)

GRAINS, NUTS, SEEDS GRAINS, NUTS, SEEDS
alfalfa
almonds
buckwheat
caraway seeds
chia seeds
% corn  # chapter 7
+ coffee  # chapter 3
fennel seeds
millet
oats
peanuts
pistachio nuts
poppyseed
% soy  # chapter 3
sunflower seeds
triticale
walnuts (English)
wild rice
wheat
barley
bread (rye or barley)
brazil nuts
cashew nuts
+ coffee  # chapter 3
flax seed
fenugreek seeds
macadamia nuts
pecans
pumpkin seeds
% rice  # chapter 3
rice flower
rye
sesame seeds
walnuts (black)

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CONTENTS

 


HOME

 


PREFACE

 


INTRODUCTION

 


AUTHOR'S NOTE

 

THE BOOK

 


CHAPTER 1 
Polarities of 
Planet Earth

 


CHAPTER 2 
Muscle-Function 
Testing

 


CHAPTER 3 
Polarity 
Discoveries

 


CHAPTER 4
The Lists

 

 


CHAPTER 5
Polarities of
Body and Spirit

 


CHAPTER 6
Dietary
Polarities

 


CHAPTER 7
Polarities of
Daily Life

 


CHAPTER 8
Medical
Polarities

 


CHAPTER 9
Polarity
Mysteries

 


CHAPTER 10
Conclusions

 

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