Health foods ... economic security.

Health foods ... economic security.

Published Date

  • published

Geographic Term

  • Sebring, Highlands County.


  • G.R. Clements promotes lands for sale in South Florida for farming tropical fruits (papayas, advocados, pineapples, mangos, oranges, limes, coconuts) for healthy living and economic profit.


Health Foods ... Economic Security

Scientists agree that the tropics is man's natural home. "In a climate of
eternal spring, where snow and ice were unknown, man lived for thousands of
years, and the tropical (fruit) forest furnished all the necessities of life in
abundance". (Carque, p. 173)

This fact constrains Science to assert that man's natural diet consists of
laxative tropical fruits, For they contain specific elements of nutrition that insure
bowel vigor and aperient action, which promote health and prolong life. But they
must be eaten ripe from the tree; for when picked green for shipment North, as
is the practice, they do not possess these vital qualities and elements.
DISEASE- Eminent physiologists show the modern diet of constipating
grains, cereals, legumes, tubers and meat clogs the life-channels and builds disease.
They show this diet is unnatural, artificial and disease-producing. Facts and
experience prove it.

Highway to Health- Plant a grove of tropical fruits in South
Florida that supplies Health Foods and Economic Security. This wonderful region
will some day be a millionaire's paradise, with poor people barred by high
property prices. Don't delay.

30 Acres smooth land near Lake for $900 cash or terms. 25 Acres
level lake front, 5-room house, garage, well, only $3500 cash or
terms. Other tracts from 10 acres up at bargain prices. Don't delay.
"He Who Hesitates is Lost." Gain healthy, long life and Economic
Security by planting a tropical grove of pineapples, papayas, avocados, mangos,
oranges, limes, coconuts.

Dr. G.R. Clements

Box 366, Sebring, Florida

P.S. We have seen no town in south Florida with so many avo-
cado and mango trees growing in yards and along sidewalks as in
Sebring. Sebring and the region south seem favorably for
tropical fruits.