27 October 2016
07 October 2016
Whoooo out there is interested in feeding inner city families organic foods and teaching them how to grow it? (South Texas) Whoooo has expertise in this area??? (different methods of growing. Rooftop, buckets, etc.) Whooo out there is into food education??? (this is what a carrot is, and this is how you can make the most of it). Whooo are you, if you are an outreach Pastor and this seems like an excellent idea. (Feed them first, then tell them the gospel).
27 July 2016
So, yesterday I posted about a Dr. who had done research of indigenous cultures after he discovered more and more people were coming into his Dentist office with cramp and decaying teeth (1930s). Overall he found a few things about their diets, across the board, that rendered them healthy, as a whole. TODAY, Ph levels and cancer. Studies show, cancer seems to thrive in acidic environment. (Of course I will leave links.) Thus take away the acidic environment, slower growth of cancer cells, we can assume. I hear this a lot, "But she or he was healthy." They seemed to be active, didn't have horrible eating habits, etc. This, as I read, doesn't have as much to do with the matter of cancer as one might think. What we perceive to be true about the outward appearances or activities of an individual, does not immediately verify their susceptibility to cancer. What your body is equipped with, to fight off disease for itself matters a whole lot more. Whether or not your body is getting the nutrients it needs to operate as God designed it to operate is crucial. This takes time and effort....that's where a lot of people drop off. This is exactly where I drop off, myself. I never really gave food any thought, and what I was eating really didn't matter until I met my Aunt after a very long time. She was (is) tall, beautiful and struggles with a few things, but approached ailments in a different fashion than what I had ever heard. She was a walking testimony. So, definitely not over night, but after awhile I started to listen. I was developing aching in my joints, tiredness, my legs were cramping like crazy during pregnancy. My second pregnancy I was as big as a house. I just ate all the junk imaginable. You have to somehow come to your end, and just WANT to be better. That's where I am at right now. Earlier this year I went skiing with my boys and was out of breath and exhausted after two hours. I am facing the next 10 years and I have a choice to be involved or on the sidelines. I find that I fail, but getting up again gets easier and easier. Lo' and behold, taking gluten out of my diet has gotten rid of the aching joints. Our bodies need the right "equipment" to fight cancer. Weakening the vessel (chemo) to fix the hole in the ship doesn't really make sense to me. Started juicing too... http://www.cancerfightingstrategies.com/ph-and-cancer.html http://gerson.org/gerpress/the-gerson-therapy/
26 July 2016
A lesson on fats. Because it matters.
You have to start with a basic understanding that when most medical personnel tell you a low fat, high fiber, high vegetable diet might help from getting cancer again they are talking about a modern "understanding" that most fats are bad. Low fat yogurt and milk, etc. are chemical disasters.
What Dr. Weston A. Price discovered is that there are different varieties of fats and some are very good for you, in fact, he found NO indigenous culture that did not have animal fats as part of their diet. Yes, bacon, good for you (organ meats are better), vegetable oil....not so much. Whole fat milk products, even raw, excellent....fried twinkie.....nope.
Our modern food pyramid is pretty messed up.
You can read for yourself.
Sugar, not fat, is actually our biggest enemy. We consume 2,000 pounds more than people did before the turn of the century. Ok, actually it's way more per life span. Given 65 year average life span. People consumed about 1,170 lbs of sugar during their life while people today will have consumed, at the current rate, 11,700 pounds during their life of SUGAR. People still got cancer back then, this is true, but definitely not at the rate that it's occurring now.
Links that might help.
*not medical advise to the extent that this is should in anyway replace a certified Dr.'s medical advise upon receiving a cancer diagnosis
05 July 2016
The hard work, self reliance, and community that places like this represent. It's restorative, it's rooting. I think if American Christians could get see that, they wouldn't get so hung up on the alcohol. There are other things that can be done, surely, but we NEED to return to "self reliance" and when I say that, it's man against nature....and therefore completely dependent on the Creator. Too far removed, way too removed from knowing where our sustenance comes from.