This clip is about seeds. Seeds are really
interesting and also they’re very, very energetic form of protein. Sunflower seeds eat a handful
of sunflower seeds, you’ll suddenly have the energy to get up and go do something. Interesting
enough, I worked at an immune system clinic in San Diego many years ago, and the lady
that was the doctor there believed in mixing sunflower seeds, raw pumpkin seeds and raw
cashews. And she thought that that was the purest snack that you could possibly eat.
So in the seed category you have pumpkin seeds, either whole or non-whole, sunflower seeds,
either whole or non-whole. You have sesame seeds, a great form of protein. Take your
sesame seeds and sprinkle them over your food for a crust. Your wheat germ might fit into
that, but I don’t know. Seeds are fantastic. They’re really good for you. They’re better
for you when they’re not toasted. They’re also better for you when they’re not mixed
with olive oil or something of that. Just learn to eat the raw seeds. They have a great
flavor and they’re incredibly good for you.