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|Letter #5, August 9, 2018.
No deterioration in my upset stomach condition. In fact is getting better. This confirms that Mung sprout does NOT adversely affect stomach ailment. Today I ate both Mung meals. In fact now I am getting habitual of it and enjoying it. Eating sprouts is not spoiling my appetite for other items. I am maintaining a gap of 1/2 hr before & after for eating /drinking any other item. This done to get full absorption of useful constituents of Mung sprouts.
|Letter #6, August 10, 2018.
This new journey of growing and eating mung sprouts and I am impressed with the encouraging results. Yesterday too I ate 2 meals of sprouts and today my stomach is back in normal condition.
|Letter #7, August 11, 2018.
Continuing with my regular 2 meal schedule of eating mung sprouts. I feel fresh and energetic as compared to earlier days before I started this experiment on me.
|Letter #8, August 12, 2018.
With respect to body agility I am feeling little improvement. I realized this when going up-stairs or getting in/out of the car. I now have to make lesser efforts compared to same activity, 10 days ago.
|Letter #9, August 13, 2018.
I like hot tea instead of coffee. I crave for a cup of tea after getting up from sleep. Tea provides caffeine which stimulates the brain. I am noticing that now my craving for tea has diminished and that may be related to regular consumption of green Mung sprouts. I am not saying that a cup of tea is bad but I needed it to become fresh & alert. My dependency on tea is diminishing.
|Letter #10, August 14, 2018.
I continue to eat 2 meals of Mung sprouts each day.
I am a vegetarian by choice. I believe in eating everything but in limited quantity. These days my food uptake seems to have gone down by about 10%. If this continues like this, I may notice trimming my body weight. This would be clearly known after 10 days from now. I would rejoice if it happens without making concerted efforts in this direction. Today I weigh 157 lbs.
|Letter #11, August 15, 2018.
Kinds of sleep: none/very little/disturbed/normal/sound. Sleep is closely related to stress & anxiety. I used to get disturbed sleep. Of late I am noticing a change in my sleep pattern, shift is from disturbed to sound. I could relate this shift to my regularly taking mung sprouts. I tend to believe that Mung sprouts contains some chemical which lowers stress anxiety.
|Letter #12, August 16, 2018.
Being an Indian I have been used to eating spicy food. Of late I am observing that my eating preference goes to those preparations which contains very little spices. Not relishing thick spicy gravy is a new phenomena to me.
|Letter #13, August 17, 2018
While surfing I am now experiencing better concentration on the subject of my choice. This is a good sign for continuing in my technical / professional discipline.
|Letter #14, August 18, 2018
Although Mung sprouts does have fiber content in it, it has not benefited me for easing constipation. The reason is its fiber content is just around 4%. Gross quantity of fiber in 30-40 g would be only 1.5 g which is little to expect significant benefit for easing constipation.
|Letter #15, August 19, 2018
Around 1st June, 2018 I had developed acute lower back pain. After a week sciatica type of cramps & pain got added up in my left leg. On 16 June I was to take a flight from Mumbai to Toronto, no option was available to me except taking 7/8 physiotherapy sessions.These sessions did not provide any major relief to me. Pain- killer medicine was only a temporary relief. Today I find that both kind of pains do not exist at all. It is quite possible that regular consumption of mung sprouts has helped overcome my problems of back pain and cramps in my left leg.
|Letter #16, August 20, 2018
These days I do not get tempted to eat more food in any session, even when the preparation is good. Frequency of tea/coffee has also reduced. Still I have not developed the taste for salt & spices free food. For this reason Japanese food at Hibachi in Burlington was not enjoyable to me. Contrary to this I do enjoy cold raw mung sprouts without additives. One may not like the Raw sprout's taste initially but after a few days it becomes likeable.
|Letter #17, August 21, 2018
The habit of eating mung sprouts appears to be paying me. I do not over eat which is keeping me alert and give feel good feeling throughout the day. For past few years I am having knee pain problem on account of osteoarthritis which is a degenerative knee joint disease. It causes pain and swelling on and around knee. Mung sprouts eating has so far not shown any improvement in my knee problem, may be because, I am on sprouts only for 2 weeks now. I can only hope for improvement after long time.
|Letter #18, August 22, 2018
Daily eating mung sprouts seems to be helping me to remain calm and without anger. I realized this when at home, some activities happened which otherwise would have angered me. Under normal circumstances I would have shouted to express my anger, instead my reaction was cool. Certainly it was not deliberate. I would welcome this change, if this continues and stays with me permanently.
|Letter #19, August 23, 2018
For past so many days, daily I have been eating raw mung sprouts. Not even for a day I have experienced any stomach pain or cramps or diarrhea. During initial days I had apprehensions that I could get bacterial infection therefore I was watchful about it. Today I can confidently say that taking care following care can keep you permanently away from any bacterial infection.
Points to be taken care are: 1) always use organically grown mung beans, 2) use only clean/purified water for germination, 3) After 10-12 hrs, rinse partly germinated seeds with new water, 4) white germinated roots should not be allowed to grow more than 1 cm, this takes aprox. 24 hrs. 5)Finally rinse again with fresh water, drain excess water & store in fridge in a capped bottle, 6) consume this lot within maximum of 2-3 days, 7) Wash/clean
your hands before touching raw sprouts. Mung sprouts are completely safe to eat, if due care is exercised.
|Letter #20, August 24, 2018
Since few days I am observing myself to be never over hungry and get good sleep in nights. I attribute these changes to my being on mung sprouts.
|Letter #21, August 25, 2018
Today morning after getting up from sleep I found pain in my upper portion of legs, on the back side of both thighs. This appears to be muscular pain. For whole day I found difficulty in walking or climbing stairs. I do not know the reason for this pain. Only hope that it is a temporary one. Except this, everything is good. As usual today also I ate mung sprouts.
|Letter #22, August 26, 2018
My leg pain problem persists today but it has not deterred me from stopping eating mung sprouts. Instead, first thing in the morning I have eaten double the quantity of mung sprout which normally I take every day. I have deliberately doubled the quantity to observe any noticeable effect tomorrow.
|Letter #23, August 27, 2018
Today my leg pain has reduced considerably. Yesterday's eating double quantity of mung sprouts has not given me any adverse reaction. I ate relatively less food in lunch & dinner. I checked my weight, today it is 156.5 lbs, on Aug.8 it was 157.5 lbs., decrease by 1 lb. I consider it a good sign because eating mung sprouts was not aimed for weight reduction, it was for keeping my overall health in good condition.
|Letter #24, August 28, 2018
The other day I did an experiment of eating double the quantity of mung sprouts. On a similar ground next day I skipped eating mung sprouts to observe its effect on me. I did not observe any noticeable change by skipping mung sprouts for a day. This means that it is not habit forming and under circumstances of traveling, eating sprouts can be skipped. In normal routine I would not like to skip because such practice is not good, I believe this.
|Letter #25, August 29, 2018
Literature cites following benefits from
regular eating of mung sprouts: Anti ageing, gives overall radiance,
adds shine to hair, helps regulate metabolism, helps control
cholesterol, helps you to lose weight, healthy gums, regulate blood
pressure, removes toxins from body.
|Letter #26, August 30, 2018
Few days back I had mentioned about pain in my legs which is totally cured now without taking any medicine.
During germination till eating of mung seeds I practice safety, as stated under: Equipment used for sprouting mung beans is cleaned thoroughly using soapy water before use. I also wash my hands before handling sprouts. This practice keeps away any risk of bacterial (E.coli, Salmonella, etc.) contamination.
Safe practice ensures that I get only the benefits of mung sprouts and no disadvantages.
|Letter #27, August 31, 2018
Travelling today, Not eating sprouts today.
|Letter #28, September 1, 2018
Travelling today, Not eating sprouts today.
|Letter #29, September 2, 2018
Past two days I did not eat mung sprouts because I was in travel mode. I had a feeling of missing something. This feeling means that I am getting a habit of it.
For past two days I am facing difficulty in not having good grip of things from right hand. Problem is more at the thumb side and less at fingers. This is first occasion of this kind of problem I am facing. I hope that it will alright within a few days after resuming sprouts eating. Today I ate my sprouts dose and feeling relaxed.
|Letter #30, September 3, 2018
There is significant improvement in my improper gripping from right hand. This wonder I am noticing after eating three dosages of mung sprouts.
Mung sprouts may not be called medicine but it has hidden qualities to qualify as a universal medicine. Best part of it is that no intermediate agency (doctor or prescription or pharmacy) is involved to be visited. Only requirement is to maintain own discipline of every day eating raw mung sprouts, first thing in the morning. These sprouts do not give any kind of allergy or reactions but gradually removes toxins from the body.
TOTAL COST OF BREAKFAST FOOD FOR 30 DAYS HAS
|Letter #31, September 4, 2018d
Dear Mr. Tony,
30 days reports quota assigned to me gets over with my last report of 03 Sept. Now you should not expect daily reports from me, however, I will be taking your advice and forwarding you my replies to those who write to me through e mail. I am thankful to you for inducing me to a discipline of eating mung sprouts daily. I am going to follow this schedule for times to come. I get inspiration from you.
I will work on finding cultivators of organically grown mung beans in India and will let you know. If I happen to require equipment or mung beans from you, I will let you know.
After about 3 weeks from now I will again come to Burlington for 2 weeks. I will try to personally meet you then because I want to learn the 9 exercises you do before going to bed.
M K Saxena
TONY'S NOTE: We could feed the world for pennies with God and
Natures food. How can we get this information to the world ?.