Excerpts from an annual report to the Ewa Plantation Company regarding the Ewa Plantation Health Project organized by Martha R. Jones. The Health Project began as a clinic to combat infant mortality, degenerative
Draft of paper discusing the relation of susceptibility to the common cold to the acid-base balance of an “adaquate” diet.
Article discusses how to balance the acid and alkaline foods in one’s diet, with discussions of the nutritional benefits of doing so, and the various studies by the author on this subject. Includes
One page on the “Gee-Gees”, the grains/greens diet balance necessary for good health. Explanation of Big Gee Gee Syrups and their nutritional uses.
A report at the close of the second year of the plantation “Health Project” spearheaded by Martha R. Jones. By this time there were a total of four health centers on the Ewa
Protocol proposal for Martha R. Jones Foundation for Health Education at Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, Kentuky. Presents history of Dr. Martha R. Jones’ work in nutrition, and outlines the plan for the Foundation,
Arrticle on the health benefits of “Big Gee Gee Super Syrup” including as a natural alkalizer, digestive aid, and for the nutrients and trace minerals it contains. Also includes some recipies for use
Article about the life and work of Martha R. Jones, and her work studying the importance of alkalinity in diet and presence of grasses such as sugar cane in nutrition.