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From: Matéo Johnsen (
Subject:         Citrus, dates and bananas!
Date: February 22, 2013 at 7:19 am PST


I am living on the island of La Palma, part of the Canary
islands, the subtropical region of "europe". I have been here
for nearly 6 months and during the autumn there was mango and
cherimoya paradise, but now there`s a tricky situation. It's
winter and the only thing availiable for a clean, natural
eater (100% 811rv for almost 2 years)is organic bananas, non
organic oranges from local farms and imported deglet noor
dates from israel, also non organic. Obviously, we also eat
lots of lettuce, greens etc. all organic and good stuff.

The problem is this: The oranges are not picked ripe, they
vary from extremely sour to fairly sweet but still tart. Far
from perfect and hardly enjoyable. I'm worried both for my
teeth and general nutrition in regards to eating these
oranges! However, I do eat them mostly out of a need for
something FRESH and JUICY, as I get very tired of eating only
bananas and dates, especially since the dates are not organic
as well.

What would you suggest doc? Avoid the oranges due to the
acidity and stick to the dates and bananas? Avoid the dates
due to not being organic, and fairly dry? Avoid both, and eat
ONLY bananas for 6 months?? Combination? how? Please help me!

Thanks for all your advice and inspiration Doug, you are truly
a beacon of truth in the health community!


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