Chronobiotic™ Nutrition is about being on time in time all the time. It celebrates eating foods at precise times of day for specific health results. When this system of eating is followed, the benefits are optimum digestion, nutritional efficiency, high-level wellness, and robust vitality.

Chronobiotic™ Nutrition is based on a person's utilization of circadian rhythms of light and color. Furthermore, it is based on acupuncture's Midnight-Noon Law, which is also based on the same circadian rhythms of light and color. The Midnight-Noon Law's relevance to nutrition, wellness, and exercise has NEVER been revealed before . . . until NOW . . . in the information-packed pages of "Yes, No, Maybe" Chronobiotic™ Nutrition.

The human body would be in a state of total nutrient lockup without the synchronization of all phyiological transportation of fluids and solids. The antidote to nutritional gridlock is a time-controlled eating protocol like Chronobiotics™. Attending to the cellular "terrain" of the body is useless without attending to the terrain's time-specific traffic laws.
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"Yes, No, Maybe" Chronobiotic™ Nutrition
In the Wachowski Brothers’ film, The Matrix, c. 1999, Morpheus tells Neo, “This is your last chance. After this there is no turning back. You take the blue pill, the story ends; you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Remember, all I’m offering is the truth, nothing more."

The Truth, with a capital T, is important to me.

I don't claim to be Neo, and I certainly had a Morpheus as a preceptor; I traveled and studied with him for 14 years. His name was Adano Christopher Ley, and when he left this space-time continuum in 1989 his mortal coil smelled of roses as he had predicted it would way back in 1970, 19 years earlier.

Adano received the title of Swami Nityananda Saraswati, and he much preferred the more down-to-earth and less pretentious "Swami Nitty-Gritty."

Adano was asked, "Who are you?" when I first met him back in the 1970s. He replied, "I am nothing but a figment in the imagination of Paramahansa Yogananda", the man who was Adano's Morpheus.

So if you ask me the same question, my reply might be, "I am nothing but a figment in the imagination of Adano Ley."

I have been involved in Nutritional Alchemy (and nothing less) since 1958, when I first started experimenting with fasting and vegetarianism and all those other isms. I have an extensive holistic health background in a variety of categories, including an excess of 1,500 hours at the Texas Institute of Reflex Sciences...

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"When one lives their life in divine order for their highest good and everyone they encounter; the meanings of situations and circumstances become awesome in the big picture of one’s life.

At the time when I was introduced to a man by the name of Ed (Atom) Bergstrom, I had no idea how this man would influence my life and those around me. In all my studies of nutrition, the missing link tying everything together was timing.

It all began one warm, sunny day in Arizona. We were preparing a 5-day trip to Lake Powell with friends staying on our houseboat. My dearest friend, Sarita Young, was joining us on this adventure and she called to announce a dear, long time friend of hers was in town and would it be ok if he joined us. She said I would love him because he is a genius and knows more about food and nutrition than anyone she has ever known besides Adano Ley, his teacher. I told Sarita the boat was full and we would happily make room for one more. Two other couples were joining us on this trip including my family.

When I met Atom, he proceeded to share a concept of eating foods and “eating in time” with me; amazing me still today. I was fascinated and asked the others on the boat how they felt if we put Atom in charge of the kitchen and meal planning for the entire trip. We were all in anticipation to see if there was any validity to Atom’s timed-controlled eating regimen.

Now, to honestly set this up for you to visualize, we had all the food already on the boat and it was a typical American picnic type excursion. We had coffee, herbal teas, sodas, juices and water to drink. We had cereal, bagels, fruit, donuts, muffins, and toasts for breakfast. Sandwiches, chips cookies for lunch..."

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Chronobiotic™ Nutrition
"It is the timing of meals and timing of different kinds of nutrients during the day through the seasons," says Nan Allison, executive director of the Tennessee Dietetic Association.
Morning foods
(12:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.)
Nuts: English walnuts, almonds, pecans, hazelnuts

Fruits: apples, bananas, dates, figs, kiwi, peaches and plums, avocados, mangos, papayas

Oils: olive, almond, walnut and ghee (clarified butter)

Sweeteners: honey and maple syrup
Midday foods
(11:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.)
Vegetables: squash, bok choy, Brussels sprouts, cab! bage, cauliflower, corn, cucumber, eggplant, spinach, peppers, okra, l ettuce and other greens, lentils, beans including green beans, kidney beans, soy beans and navy beans

Dairy: cheese, milk, yogurt

Grain: wheat, barley, oats, rye and others

Meats: beef, poultry, venison, turkey, lamb and rabbit

Fruits: berries, grapes, melons

Oils: safflower, sesame, soy, corn and ghee

Sweeteners: brown sugar, honey and black strap molasses
Evening foods
(6:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.)
Vegetables: artichoke hearts, asparagus, beets, carrots, garlic, ginger root, hearts of palm, kelp and seaweed, leeks (white part), malanga, mushrooms, onions, parsnip, potatoes, radishes, rutabaga, taro root, turnips, yams

Fruits: pineapple

Nuts: peanuts, water chestnuts


Oil: ghee

Fish: catfish, codfish, flounder, grouper, haddock, halibut, snapper, salmon, sardines, tuna and more
*Note: Neutral foods to be eaten at any time include brown rice and herbal teas.
In sync with ol' Sol

Staff Writer
The Tennessean (Nashville, TN)

If you woke up this morning and seemed all out of sorts, it may be because your body hasn't adjusted to the time change early yesterday morning.

To reset your body clock and put yourself back in sync, you can turn to solar nutrition, a strategy whereby you eat certain foods at certain times of the day. The theory is based on the relationship of the sun to Earth.

Solar nutrition, or chronobiotic nutrition is the focus of G.I. "Atom" Bergstrom's book Yes, No, Maybe, Chronobiotic Nutrition...

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