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Physiology - The study of the functioning of living organisms, animal or plant, and of the functioning of their constituent tissues or cells.
The word physiology was first used by the Greeks around 600 bce to describe a philosophical inquiry into the nature of things. 
The use of the term with specific reference to vital activities of healthy humans, which began in the 16th century, also is applicable to many current aspects of physiology. In the 19th century, curiosity, medical necessity, and economic interest stimulated research concerning the physiology of all living organisms. via Britannica.com
A daily diet high in nutrients is the key to being healthy and well, and maintaining good health.  Use this guide to determine which foods to include in your meal preparation and grocery list.  To maintain your good health, follow the guide of foods to avoid as much as possible.

  • BEANS - All beans are high in nutrition (especially non-GMO soy).
  • BEVERAGES - Herbal teas, fresh vegetable and fruit juices, grain beverages (coffee substitutes) mineral or distilled water.
  • DAIRY PRODUCTS - Raw goat cheese, non-fat cottage cheese, kefir, unsweetened yogurt, goat's milk, raw or skim milk, buttermilk.
  • EGGS - Eggs are packed with nutrition, especially when prepared boiled or poached (unless you're in survival mode where a person can survive off of one egg a day, limit eggs to 4 per week)
  • FISH - All freshwater whitefish, salmon, broiled or baked fish, water-packed tuna. (limit tuna to 2 servings per week to limit mercury intake). 
  • FRUITS - All fresh, frozen, stewed and dried fruits without added sweeteners, unsulfured fruits, home-canned fruits.
  • GRAINS - All whole grains and products containing whole grains; cereals, breads, muffins, crackers. (limit yeast breads to 3 servings per week).
  • MEATS - Skinless turkey and chicken, lamb. (limit meat servings to 3 oz. three times per week).
  • NUTS - All fresh raw nuts. (peanuts should be eaten in moderation only).
  • OILS (fats) - All cold-pressed oils: corn, safflower, sesame, olive, flaxseed, soybean, sunflower, and canola oils; margarine made from these oil.
  • SEASONINGS - Garlic, onions, cayenne, spike, all herbs, dried vegetables, apple cider vinegar, tamari, miso, seaweed, dulse.
  • SOUPS - Homemade bean, lentil, pea, vegetable, barley, brown rice, onion.
  • SPROUTS AND SEEDS - All slightly cooked sprouts, except for alfalfa sprouts, which should be consumed raw, wheat grass, all raw seeds.
  • SWEETS - Barley malt or rice syrup, small amounts of raw honey, pure maple syrup, stevia, unsulfured blackstrap molasses.
  • VEGETABLES - All raw fresh vegetables, frozen (no additives), home-canned without salt, slightly undercooked vegetables.


  • Canned pork and beans, canned beans with salt or preservatives, frozen beans.
  • ​Pasteurized or sweetened fruit and juice drinks, sodas.
  • All soft cheeses, all pasteurized or artificially colored cheese products, ice creams with artificial ingredients and preservatives.
  • Fried or pickled eggs.
  • Fried fish, shellfish, salted fish, anchovies, herring, fish canned in oil.
  • ​Canned, bottled, or frozen fruits with sweeteners added.
  • All white flour products, white rice, pasta, crackers, cold cereals, instant cereals.
  • ​Beef, pork, hot dogs, luncheon meats, smoked, pickled and processed meat, corned beef, duck, goose, spare ribs, gravies, organ meats.
  • All salted and roasted nuts.
  • All saturated fats, hydrogenated margarine, refined processed oils, shortenings.
  • Black and white pepper, salt, hot red peppers, all vinegars accept natural apple cider vinegar.
  • Canned soups made with salt, preservatives, MSG, fat stocks, and creamed soups.
  • All seeds cooked in oil or salt.
  • White, brown, and raw cane sugar, corn syrups, sugar candy, fructose (accept what is naturally in fruit) all syrups (accept maple syrup), all sugar substitutes, jams and jellies made with sugar.
  • all canned and frozen vegetables packaged with salt and additives.
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in humans, specialized sense organ capable of receiving visual images, which are then carried to the brain. The eye is protected from mechanical injury by being enclosed in a socket, or orbit, which is made up of portions of several of the bones of the skull to form a four-sided pyramid, the apex of which points back into the head. Thus, the floor of the orbit is made up of parts of the maxilla, zygomatic, and palatine bones, while the roof is made up of the orbital plate of the frontal bone and, behind this, by the lesser …(100 of 31653 words via Britannica.com)
the science of maintaining mental health and preventing the development of psychosis, neurosis, or other mental disorders. Since the founding of the United Nations the concepts of mental health and hygiene have achieved international acceptance. As defined in the 1946 constitution of the World Health Organization, “health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” The term mental health represents a variety of human aspirations: rehabilitation of the mentally disturbed, prevention of mental disorder, reduction of tension in a stressful world, and attainment of a state of …(100 of 1931 words via Britannica.com)
in air-breathing vertebrates, either of the two large organs of respiration located in the chest cavity and responsible for adding oxygen to and removing carbon dioxide from the blood. In humans each lung is encased in a thin membranous sac called the pleura, and each is connected with the trachea (windpipe) by its main bronchus (large air passageway) and with the heart by the pulmonary arteries. The lungs are soft, light, spongy, elastic organs that normally, after birth, always contain some air. If healthy, they will float in water and crackle when squeezed; diseased lungs sink. In the inner …(100 of 537 words via Britannica.com)
process by which substances in food are transformed into body tissues and provide energy for the full range of physical and mental activities that make up human life. The study of human nutrition is interdisciplinary in character, involving not only physiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology but also fields such as psychology and anthropology, which explore the influence of attitudes, beliefs, preferences, and cultural traditions on food choices. Human nutrition further touches on economics and political science as the world community recognizes and responds to the suffering and death caused by malnutrition. The ultimate goal of nutritional science is …(100 of 13475 words via Britannica.com)
also called physiotherapy, health profession that aims to improve movement and mobility in persons with compromised physical functioning. Professionals in the field are known as physical therapists. via Britannica.com

profession that assumes responsibility for the continuous care of the sick, the injured, the disabled, and the dying. Nursing is also responsible for encouraging the health of individuals, families, and communities in medical and community settings. Nurses are actively involved in health care research, management, policy deliberations, and patient advocacy. Nurses with post baccalaureate preparation assume independent responsibility for providing primary health care and specialty services to individuals, families, and communities.

  • Nursing is the largest, the most diverse, and one of the most respected of all the health care professions. There are more than 2.9 million registered nurses in the United States alone, and many more millions worldwide. While true demographic representation remains an elusive goal, nursing does have a higher proportional representation of racial and ethnic minorities than other health care professions. In some countries, however, men still remain significantly underrepresented. via Britannica.com
the art and science of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting physical and mental health, sanitation, personal hygiene, control of infectious diseases, and organization of health services. From the normal human interactions involved in dealing with the many problems of social life, there has emerged a recognition of the importance of community action in the promotion of health and the prevention and treatment of disease, and this is expressed in the concept of public health.

French Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, specialized agency of the United Nations established in 1948 to further international cooperation for improved public health conditions. Although it inherited specific tasks relating to epidemic control, quarantine measures, and drug standardization from the Health Organization of the League of Nations (set up in 1923) and the International Office of Public Health at Paris (established in 1907), WHO was given a broad mandate under its constitution to promote the attainment of “the highest possible level of health” by all peoples. WHO defines health positively as “a state of complete physical, …(100 of 628 words via Britannica.com)

agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, headquartered in Atlanta, whose mission is centered on preventing and controlling disease and promoting environmental health and health education in the United States. Part of the Public Health Service, it was founded in 1946 as the Communicable Disease Center to fight malaria and other contagious diseases. As its scope widened to polio, smallpox, and disease surveillance, the name was changed to the Center for Disease Control and later pluralized. Today, it subsumes health statistics, infectious diseases, and environmental health; a National Immunization Program; …(100 of 146 words via Britannica.com)