Eat for Sex Diet!
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When I was watching a movie called “Hope Springs” with Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep, who were trying to get their sex life back after 30 plus years of marriage, I kept seeing Tommy’s character eating bacon every morning. When I wrote my first diet book called the Kiso Diet, I tried to get this point across. The point being that you can’t get your sex life back if you’re going to eat bad food. Foods high in saturated fats and laden with poison. No Way! While watching the movie, I kept saying this to my adult children that people need to know about this fact that you have to eat for sex if you’re wanting to regain your sex life. My kids said “no one knows about that”. I thought right then and their that I have to write a new book about this very fact. The title was easy “Eat for Sex Diet” says it all. It has lots of the same information that my book the Kiso Diet has but much more. It has many of the herbs and supplements one can take to enhance their sex lives. It’s for both men and women, young or old. These herbs and supplements also enhance a person’s waning hormones. It’s a fact that as you age, your hormone levels drop with every year you are alive. Instead of having your testosterone levels drop like a rock past the age of 30, you can actually increase them to normal levels (for a younger man) with proper supplementation. There are supplements specific for women too although most supplements that enhance libido and sex drive are usually good for both sexes. Take a look at this fantastic book, I think you’ll love it!
The Kiso Diet is about low viscosity eating. This means that eating a diet low in saturated fats. That means low dairy product consumption and little or no red meat. Low saturated fat and cholesterol means your blood is healthier. This actually makes your blood thinner. Thick blood is a factor in disease. Atherosclerosis is an important issue and is a disease process brought about by “thick” blood. Atherosclerosis not only effects your heart, oh no, that’s just the tip of the ice berg. It effects your brain, your prostate, lungs and even your joints. You’ll see by reading The Kiso Diet how all these factors come into play.
Dr. Craig Zion Cain has been giving seminars for over 27 years. If you are interested in having a Seminar or lecture by Dr. Cain, please send us an email.
There are many interesting facets to the Kiso Diet. The Kiso Diet has three parts, you can be vegan, vegetarian or Flexitarian. A flexitarian is a person who eats as a vegetarian primarily but you can have fish and Chicken for added variety and protein. Also exercise is an integral part of the Kiso Diet and is encouraged as a daily practice. For those who want to eat more protein on the flexitarian side of the diet, if you exercise harder, you earn your right to eat more protein.
In the Kiso Diet, milk is shown to have a relationship with promoting not only allergies and autoimmune diseases but also cancer; therefore, the Kiso Diet is a low dairy consumption diet. Eating a diet around 12% of your total caloric intake coming from protein is optimal. Once you increase your intake of protein over this amount, cancer rates increase exponentially! But, exercise increases your need for protein which in turn decreases cancer risk! It’s all very interesting and there’s a lot more…
Gilad forwarded the Kiso Diet which is a great honor. I have done several seminars with Gilad over the past 3 years at his Fitness Adventure Camp held at Kalani Resort on the big island of Hawaii. Gilad is a living testament of what taking care of yourself can do for you. He is in phenomenal shape because he is always doing something new, always upping the anti so as to keep things fresh.
Kiso Recipes by Eika Cain
Here are various kinds of Kiso recipes I would like to introduce. Those that I often cook for my family, even though I love non- Japanese food, and I mainly cook Japanese food for my family.
I grew up in Japan, and learned how to cook from my mother, so you might notice there are so many Japanese recipes.
On Kiso recipes, Some of them are really good with rice, and some of them are not. So I categorized everything to make it easy for those who want to pick only certain kinds of food recipes.
I introduce recipes I cook for my family everyday. That way you can get some ideas from our site, and be inspired and create your own recipes for your families. I will be more than happy to share the recipe with everyone.
(Cooking for two)
* 3 cups of Shishito ( Japanese green pepper)
* 1/4 cups Brown sugar
* 1 cup Water
* 1/2 cups & 1 tbs Soy sauce
* 2 tbs Olive oil
1. stir-fry Shishito with olive oil in a saucepan for a couple of minutes.
2. add all ingredients in the pan, and mix well.
3. cook until it starts bubbling.
4. reduce the heat to medium and the close the lid, and cook 30~35 minutes.
Served with rice!
(Cooking for four)
* 1 tbsp olive oil
* 2 cups minced celery leaves
* 1/2 cup minced celery
* 1/2 cup minced onion
* 1/2 cup minced carrot
* 1/2 cup diced potato
* 1/2 cup small seashell pasta
* 1 clove garlic
* 1 Tbsp thyme
* 3 cubes vegetable broth
* 5 cups water
* pinch of salt and black pepper to taste
Turn the heat up to about medium. Heat olive oil in a stew pan. Add garlic, cook stirring quickly until you can just start smelling the garlic fragrance.
Add all vegetables into the pan, cook until they become soft, stirring occasionally.
Add water, thyme, and bring to boil.
Reduce heat and add vegetable broth, black pepper and salt to taste. Cook another 15 minutes to 20 minutes on low heat.
(Cooking for two)
2 cups water
1 tbsp fish broth or seaweed broth ( dashi)
1/4 tsp sake
1/4 tsp soy sauce
2-3 tbsp miso paste
1/4 cup cubed sweet potatoes
1 tbsp dry seaweed ( wakame)
1 tbsp minced green onion
Put the dashi and water in a large sauce pan over high heat, bring to boil.
Add sake and soy sauce.
Add the sweet potatoes and dry seaweed.
Simmer until the potatoes become soft(when a chopstick will go through), turn off the heat.
Dip a ladle into the pot, capturing some broth. Slowly melt the miso paste in the ladle with the broth. When fully dissolved, add miso to pot. ( Because the miso paste dissolves slowly, you can’t just throw the miso paste into the pan without dissolving it this way, or it turns bitter.)
Make sure the taste is OK, if you need more miso paste, you can add a little bit more, dissolving as above.
Garnish with chopped green onions.
( Cooking for two)
* 1 small tometo
* 1/2 of cucumber
* 1 small(5″long) celery
* 1 carrot
* 1/2 of bean sprouts(rightly boiled)
* a couple of sliced dragon fruit
( Miso Dressing)
* 1/8 tsp of garlic
* 1tbsp of miso paste
* 1+ 1/2 tbsp of olive oil
* 1 tbsp of rice vineger
* 1/2 tbls of water
* 1 tbsp of brown sugar
*~* Enjoy the texture and flavor of summer vegetables with delicious miso dressing. It will refresh you after a hot summer day!
(Cooking for 6)
*2 Large Avocados
*1 can of tuna( white albacore is suggested)
*1/4 of red onion
* 1/4 of red sweet pepper
*1 box of Quinoa
*2~3 tbsp of vegan mayonnaise
*1/4 of lemon juice
*1/4 of olive oil
*4 tbsp of wine vineger
*some black pepper and salt
1. Cook Quinoa pasta according their instruction.
2. mix tuna with vigan mayonnaise and set aside.
3. cut all vegetables.
4. add all ingredients in a bowl and mix it well.
5. mix everything in the same bawl gently.
6. add some black pepper and salt as you like.
(Cooking for 4)
* 1 box of pasta
* 1/2 of lemon
* zest from a lemon
* 1 clove of garlic
* salt and black pepper
* parmesan cheese
* 4 piece of Fresh Ahi steaks
* some ground turmeric
* salt and pepper
* 1 clove of garlic
* 2 tbsp of olive oil
(Cooking lemon pasta)
1. Boil pasta with 1 tbsp of olive oil.
2. While cooking pasta, rub all over inside of the bowl with garlic.
3. Squeeze lemon into a bawl.
4. When the pasta is done, add the pasta into the bowl.
5. Mix pasta with salt, black pepper and some parmesan cheese.
( for Ahi steak)
1. Rub ground turmeric into the surface of fish.
2. Add some olive oil and garlic into a fly-pan.
3. when you start to smell of garlic, add fish in to a fly-pan.
4. Close the lid, and cook them with medium heat until the surface of fish become golden color.
5. Turn over the fish, and lower the heat to lower medium.
6. Cook them until they become golden color.
(Cooking for 4)
* 300~400g Pasta
* 1/2 cup of minced green perilla
(It’s called “Shiso” in Japanese)
* 1/2 small tsp of ground garlic
* 4 tbsp of olive oil
* 2& 1/2 tbsp of Miso paste
* 1 tbsp of caper
*parmesan cheese (option)
1. Boil pasta with 1 tbsp of olive oil.
2. While cooking the pasta, prepare pasta sauce.
3. Add green perilla, olive oil, miso paste, caper and garlic in the bowl,and mix them well.
4. when the pasta is done, add the pasta into the bowl, and mix them gently.
5. Serve pasta by itself or with some parmesan cheese!
Maple syrup glazed potatoes
* 1tbs of coconut oil
* 4-6 small sweet potatoes
* 2 tbs of sesame seeds
* 2 tbs of maple syrup
* 2 tbs of brown sugar (optional)
* 3 pinches of sea salt
cut 4 small potatoes into 1.5 inch squires, and soak them in water.
steam them until they become soft inside.
add coconut oil into a fry-pan, and cook the potatoes until the surface becomes a golden color.
lower the heat, and add some maple syrup and sesame seeds.
add several pinches of sea salt.
* add brown suger for more glazing.