You Are All Sanpaku      $10.00

by George Ohsawa, the Father of Macrobiotics; English version by William Dufty

This book will introduce two new words into your vocabulary. The first, a well-known Japanese term, sanpaku, describes a condition in which the white of the eye can be seen between the pupil and the lower lid as the subject gazes directly forward. This condition connotes a grave state of physical and spiritual imbalance. The sanpaku is out of touch with himself, his body and the natural forces of the universe. Symptomatically, sanpaku can be recognized by chronic fatigue, low sexual vitality, poor instinctive reactions, bad humor, inability to sleep soundly and lack of precision in thought and action.

The second new word, macrobiotics, is the simple, natural means of correcting the dangerous sanpaku condition and creating a state of health, harmony and well-being, within and without.

Based philosophically on the ancient Oriental concept of Yin-Yang forces in the universe, and biochemically on the important relationship between sodium and potassium in the body, macrobiotics has been known and practiced in the Far East for many centuries.

The macrobiotic diet, the author claims, not only cures existing ills but fortifies the body against disease. And macrobiotics has been welcomed by weight-watchers as a means to rapid weight loss.


      Table of Contents:

      Introduction
      The Divine Ritual
      A Land of Sanpaku
      Faith and Medicine
      The Cause
      The Cure
      The Daily Check-up
      Food and Sex
      Prayer and Fasting
      The Sacred Act
      About Salt
      About Sugar
      About Milk
      About Liquids
      About Chewing
      About Principal Foods
      Soulfood
      The Oneness of the Universe
      Tables
      Biographical Note
      Index


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