Action Steps

  1. Read Edible Wild Plants: A North American Field Guide. Take the book with you on hikes through Nature. Begin identifying the wild edible plants growing in your area. Begin experimenting with eating some of the wild foods you identify.
  2. For excellent intestinal flora and vitamin B12 assimilation, include one or more of the following in your daily diet:
  • Unwashed garden plants.
  • Wild plants
  • Seaweeds (e.g. dulse, nori, etc.)
  • Roots, such as burdock root, have been shown to contain levels of B12 absorbed from soil organisms up to 0.5 millimeters into the outer skin.
  • Nature's First Food, the best probiotic superfood on the market today.
  • Spirulina or blue-green algae (2-3 teaspoons)
  • Occasional fermented foods (e.g. raw sauerkraut) when appropriate
  1. If the options in (2) are not available at the moment, taking a vegan-quality vitamin B12 supplement daily may be appropriate, especially if one is pregnant and/or nursing.
  2. If you feel your intestinal flora and food absorption are not excellent, consider regularly including our product Nature's First Food in your diet. This product produces excellent colonies of good flora in the intestines. These colonies help synthesize nutrients, they counteract pathogenic microbes, and they improve the overall internal environment. Nature's First Food is available from Nature's First Law. I especially recommend probiotics like Nature's First Food in the diet for those with a history of prolonged antibiotic or other drug use.
  3. To learn more, read Dr. Gabriel Cousens' writings on vitamin B12 in his book Conscious Eating.
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