Friday, January 25, 2008

The Ultimate Raw Food?


Is this animal food additive the ultimate Raw Food?

A dried livestock food additive made from a common bakers yeast also enhances the human immune system. It is being sold on Ebay and craigslist and humans are eating it. It is shipped in plastic zipper bags from people who go to an animal feed store and buy fifty and hundred pound bags. They break it down into smaller portions for sale and ship all over the U.S. It even comes in an "Organic" form being fed to cattle destined to become Organic Beef. I don't know about you but I would definitely go for the "Organic" :-)(Humor)

If you are not real crazy about jumping online to craigs list or ebay for trusted suppliers. Here is a trusted site which sells this product. Look under"Whats New" Diamond V XPC Yeast http://www.globallight.net/

Many of the online sellers refer to a "Leading Alternative Medical Doctor" Dr. David Williams in the promotions for this livestock food additive I was unable to find the specific report that contains that recommendation. I will say I trust recommendations from Dr. Williams. His newsletter is one of the best on Alternative Medicine and healing. Search Dr. David Williams

Note: "Leading Alternative Medical Doctor" Report located 2/22/08
www.drdavidwilliams.com.
THE BENEFITS OF EATING LIKE A HORSE - Dr. David Williams
(Extracted from ALTERNATIVES newsletter, Vol. 12, No. 3, September 2007)



The story of this yeast based animal food and it's effect on humans is true. Workers in the plant that manufactured this animal food received a benefit they were not expecting, vibrant health. The workers who had direct contact with the substance maintained a high degree of wellness. Remarkably fewer colds, flu, etc. and fewer sick days compared to workers in other areas of the plant. The research that came from this anomaly produced a human version of the livestock additive. Research shows this product helps people stay well.

The Human version of the livestock food additive is sold as a vitamin supplement under the trademarked name EpiCor. For a webinar on "EpiCor go to Vitamin Research Products.
The EpiCor™ Story http://www.vrp.com/webinar/epicor/index.aspx
EpiCor™ is a revolutionary dietary ingredient that is creating an entirely new category of immune health products. Not an herb, vitamin, or mushroom, it is a remarkable natural substance that, when taken every day, brings the functioning of the immune system to a whole new level!

The Organic Animal version is sold by the name Diamond V XP Green Yeast Culture.

The Organic Animal Version (Made in USA) listed ingredients....
Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast and the media on which it was grown, consisting of corn gluten feed, hominy feed, wheat middlings, rye middlings, and cane molasses.

 
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7 Responses to "The Ultimate Raw Food?"
  1. cofcswimmer said...
    Thursday, 14 February, 2008

    I called Diamond V to ask about taking the animal supplement and they do not recommend this. They provided a list of companies who sell EpiCor and I found one in Iowa where the product is made. Their website is www.4greathealth.com and they sell both 30 and 90 count bottles very reasonably priced. I've had a few product questions and they were very knowledgable about the product and the shipping was fast. Before you consider the animal product, I would really think about your health first and try the folks at www.4greathealth.com

  2. Jim said...
    Thursday, 14 February, 2008

    Thanks for the input. I'm quite sure Diamond V would not recommend people taking their product for many reasons but In my opinion "Safety" is probably not the primary reason.

    EpiCor™ is a revolutionary dietary ingredient that is creating an entirely new category of immune health products. Not an herb, vitamin, or mushroom, it is a remarkable natural substance that, when taken every day, brings the functioning of the immune system to a whole new level!

    Vitamin Research Products has a great webinar on the human version of this product...known as EpiCor.You have to sign in to see it but it is well worth it. Go To:
    http://www.vrp.com/webinar/epicor/index.aspx

  3. Jim said...
    Friday, 22 February, 2008

    The original report that the article was based on came from "Alternatives" Newsletter....

    THE BENEFITS OF EATING LIKE A HORSE - Dr. David Williams
    (Extracted from ALTERNATIVES newsletter, Vol. 12, No. 3, September 2007)

  4. Panamint Joe said...
    Saturday, 25 January, 2014

    As of January 2014, "The Benefits of Eating Like a Horse" article seems to have been pulled from Dr. Williams' site, if it was ever posted. A search of the article index doesn't yield any relevant results.

  5. GoldenRule Publishing (Jim) said...
    Sunday, 26 January, 2014

    Thanks for the comment Panamint Joe.

    Not sure what your point is.

    My post was a digest of The Alternatives Newsletter Article with full credit to Dr. Williams for the information including links.

    "If it was ever posted?"

    Joe, I was able to search and easily locate the PDF of the original Sept 2007 Alternatives Newsletter.

    Here is a link for your reference:

    http://www.orost.org/Alternatives/0907Walt-noColdsFlu.pdf

    Regards,
    JH

  6. Panamint Joe said...
    Monday, 27 January, 2014

    Jim, thanks for that link to the complete article. Incidentally, that orost.org site hosting the newsletter PDF apparently was a family wiki, but appears to be defunct; the home page at orost.org is broken, and the link to the newsletter PDF could stop working at any time.

    The point is, the Dr. Williams site makes the text of some individual "Alternatives" articles available, but not the entire newsletter issues, at least not to non-subscribers. That's why I said, "if it was ever posted". I couldn't find that article online at http://www.drdavidwilliams.com, using both their built-in search feature and Google site search. This induced me to conclude that Dr. Williams might have been pressured by Embria Health Sciences, Diamond V Mills, or some medical regulatory agency to withdraw the article or never post it for electronic retrieval.

    Embria Health Sciences issued a letter to distributors of its EpiCor product on February 20, 2008, just five months after Dr. Williams' article, disavowing human use of Diamond V Mills XPC as a substitute for EpiCor. See http://www.biosyntrx.com/articles.php?id=574. Also see http://www.biosyntrx.com/dynimages/friday_pearl/EpiCor-Alternatives%20article%20letter%20%283%29.pdf. Strangely, the only copy I can find is at the Biosyntrx site; it is apparently not at the Embria Health Sciences site. The PDF is a scan of a printed document, but there is no selectable text in it, so it can't be indexed by web crawlers based on text content. I had also heard of Diamond V Mills in recent years pressuring those who sold XPC by the pound for human use to cease and desist. They may have sent a similar letter to distributors of their animal supplement products.

    I had a personal experience in 2009 when I called Diamond V Mills to inquire about purchasing XPC for human use; I was strongly admonished, then brushed off. If one were to walk into a local feed and seed store to buy XPC, one would have to be careful not to mention personal use, and if asked, would have to lie about purchasing it for one's fictitious horse, goat, etc. I was using XPC regularly at the time, and I went through an entire winter without so much as a sniffle, a personal record for avoiding cold and flu bugs, so I'm convinced it was working for me, regardless of what Embria and Diamond V say.

  7. GoldenRule Publishing (Jim) said...
    Monday, 27 January, 2014

    Joe, Thanks for the clarification. Now I understand.

    Got a laugh from your call to Diamond V. I'm sure XPC worked for you and many others. Epicor by the tablet is pretty expensive compared to by the pound on Ebay way back when. :-)

    Poor old "Panamint Joe"...Pork will do that to you.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Jim

 

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