are research charts showing the powerful effects of wheatgrass compared
to other vegetables.
All the guinea pigs started out at 260 grams of weight. One group
ate only lettuce, another only cabbage, a third only spinach, and the
fourth only grass. On week 8 the cabbage pig was dying and grass
was added to all the pig’s diets. All improved
dramatically. Spinach was the second best. The grass used
was only 20% protein.
Enhanced Motor Activity
The study below tested the motor activity and endurance rates of mice
who had spray dried barley grass juice added to their standard diets.
(Barley grass is a close cousin to wheatgrass) 32 mice were
tested, 16 with 2% grass added to their food and 16 without any as a
control. The number of revolutions on their wheel cages was
recorded over a 2-hour test period each day for 15 days. The
grass fed mice revolved the wheel cage more than the control mice in
numbers that were “Outrageously higher.”
On the endurance test below, 16 mice were prodded to race on an uphill
sloped treadmill belt with 15 days of 2% and 4% barley grass added to
their diet. “ The momentum (body weight multiplied by duration)
in the mice fed on 4% barley was significantly larger than that in the
control group.” “The average body weight of mice fed on the barley
grass food was larger than the mice fed on the standard food.”
These research charts came from Wheatgrass, Natures Finest Medicine
pgs. 61 and 66.