“The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease. The physician of tomorrow will be the nutritionist of today.”
The Hue-man body is a finely tuned and complex machine, with many separate yet interconnected parts.
It is necessary to comprehend the implications of the mechanical nature of the body in order to understand the interrelation of the various components that make up human life. The human body is a temple of higher vibration, a machine consisting of many different, interconnected parts. Each machine (heart, lungs, intestines, etc.) runs at its own individual speed, but all function in a specific, predetermined relationship to each other. The body is like the automobile consisting of many separately functioning components that are organically linked together, each of which, in itself, is a complete machine, the most complex of all machines. Unlike man-made machines though, the body is normally not in a rigid, inflexible, unchanging interrelation to each other.
The mechanical systems of an automobile have a rigid interrelationship to each other, functioning at a prescribed ratio to each other, with little tolerance, which causes them to break. Not so the human body. Even with chronic ill health and disease, it is still possible for the body to function and sustain meaningful life. If the components of the body fails to work optimally, becoming so disruptive that they are usually experienced as sickness then what we have is disease.
The body consists of four major system or moving parts, all working symbiotically with each other that move or vibrate at different speeds and rhythms. These four major complexes are:
1) The heart and circulatory system;
2) The digestive system (stomach, small and large intestines);
3) The respiratory system;
4) The muscular system, which includes voluntary- which makes our bodies walk, talk, bend and involuntary- which involves blinking, twitching, the heart beating, etc.
2. Drugs –(Narcotics/including alcohol/Allopathic medicine)
I soon researched and became informed that there are four things the body needs for health, at least a healthy internal environment.
1. Sun (both the shine and the heat)
Over 200 years ago the quality and quantity of oxygen on the planet was close to 30%. Today it is down to 21% and counting. Continual environmental toxicity has reduced the oxygen content replacing it with yearly influx of deadly poisons, which eats away at the oxygen content in the cells. When a cell loses 60% of its oxygen it is considered cancerous! Oxygen is the primary source of nourishment for the body. Like wise due to lifestyle our blood system becomes sluggish as it is forced to deal with non nutritious and toxin created consumptions (foods). The only way to clear that is with water. Oxygenated water of course is the best, water strained over minerals is second best and soft drinks are the worst.
Anybody in a state of MA’AT could never dismiss the healing effects the sun has on the cells. Sunshine is one of the best source of nourishment for a body with the proper conduit to health, a body highly melanated. However, every one needs to experience sunshine for health. The UV rays from the sun triggers the feeding of the melanin, which in turns electrifies the cells, forces the bones to grow strong and creates a photosynthesis reaction in the blood. The heat forces toxins out of the largest organ –the skin- in the body and the light has a calming mood uplifting effect on the brain and emotion. When people with limited melanin in their system can and do get healing benefits from being in the sun, as long as they don’t go to extremes. All the hype about the sun causing cancer is cleverly hidden under a rock, because the people suffering from skin related cancer the most are mainly Anglo-Saxons. They say that South Africa has the highest skin cancer rate in the world, but chose not to say WHICH South Africans…the people whose skin was natural kissed by the sun at birth, or the foreign interlopers whose genetic make up make them a stranger under the UV rays.
AS OUR BODIES CHANGE OVER THE COURSE OF A DAY
In modern civilization, most people no longer live in an environment where the phenomena of nature are the primary influences on their being. Instead, the primary influences on the lives of most people, especially city dwellers, are vibrations, from the various man-made machines that make up their mechanical environment, i.e., refrigerators, television sets, radios, cars and buses, water running in pipes, air-conditioning, etc. While there is a certain awareness among people that these things, particularly sounds, do influence us and that we can be negatively affected by them, most people’s concern is generally restricted to those vibrations that they are aware of or consciously disturbed by. These vibrations aid in degrading the bodies natural vibratory health and when it is compounded by poor diet, lack of exercise and oxygen, the finely tuned machine becomes clogged and malfunctions.
There really is no way to know the exact number of cells in a human body. The number will vary from person to person, depending on their size. The number of cells in your own body is also constantly changing, as cells die or are destroyed and new ones are formed, which prevents the number of cells in your own body from being static. Over100,000 cells in the body are changed every minute and every minute you lose about 30,000 to 40,000 dead skin cells. As you go through those changes you realize that after 365 days you become a new person on a cellular level.
The hue-man cells need oxygen and sunlight to survive, though not all cells need blood–only those that are part of a complex multicellular organism. They do not have access to oxygen or nutrients without blood.
The structure of vacuoles is fairly simple. There is a membrane that surrounds a mass of fluid. In that fluid are nutrients or waste products. Plants may also use vacuoles to store water. Those tiny water bags help to support the body. They are closely related to objects called vesicles that are found throughout the cell.
In plant cells, the vacuoles are much larger than in animal cells. When a plant cell has stopped growing, there is usually one very large vacuole. Sometimes that vacuole can take up more than half of the cell’s volume. The vacuole holds large amounts of water or food. Those waste products are slowly broken into small pieces that cannot hurt the cell. Vacuoles hold onto things that the cell might need, just like a backpack.
Nature in its infinite wisdom designed the hue-man body to heal itself, given the proper fuel, rest and non interference. Almost all diseases are caused by improper diet, scientific interventions or lifestyle choices. When we make the proper choices, the symptoms, signs, of any disease begin to disappear.
The original diet for hue-man is fruits and vegetables, raw, uncooked fruits and vegetables. Anything from the plant kingdom was fair game and enables us to live extraordinarily long lives. According to many sources it was only after a global catastrophic incident eons ago, only after drastic changes occurred from that catastrophe, that seasonal and climatic changes created the addition of a meat-eating diet, did man’s life-span began diminishing.
Strict vegetarians, or vegans, do not consume any animal products at all. They are 86 percent less likely to die of a heart attack. Vegetarians live longer and healthier lives than the general population. Eating primarily raw fruits and vegetables is the healthiest diet. Today’s standard diet consists heavily of meat, however as big corporations and the meat eating industry has taken certain animals and “improved” them with steroids and other chemicals, the modern diet has become deficient due to production making virtually all animal products toxic.
Most animal products are tainted by modern “improvements.” There are rarely any clean sources of meat or dairy products. When some ancient people ate meat, it was on special occasions. We eat far too much animal products to remain healthy. As I said earlier, most of our nutrients come from the plant kingdom. As scientists continue to find “hidden” nutrients in the plant kingdom, they realize that the best supplements do come from the plants.
There is no question that we can all thrive on a simple vegan diet.
Examples of a healthy diet.
A healthy diet consists of 85% raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. If you are trying to lose weight, cut down on the nuts and seeds. Start each morning with raw fruits and their juices. Eat a raw salad for lunch with some whole-grain bread or brown rice or a raw-vegetable sandwich. The evening meal should consist of a raw salad with a green or yellow vegetable and a baked potato or two. Any whole-food starch will do, of course, i.e. potatoes, brown rice, whole-grain bread, and whole-grain pasta. If you get hungry before bedtime, eat some fruit or better still drink some tea to aid with gas problem that will surely rise, when the stomach gets antsy for some food…
The quantity of food does not matter as much as the quality. When you reach for a snack, ask yourself, “Will this cleanse me or clog me?” If it’s white rice, white bread, white pasta, cheese, meat, dairy, or junk food, it will clog you. If it’s carrots, celery, or any raw fruit or vegetable, it will help to cleanse your system. Fruit helps to cleanse and is digested quickly for instant energy and nourishment. This is simply nutrition science. Eating primarily raw fruits and vegetables certainly won’t hurt you. Doing so you will find that eventually the old, sickly cells are replaced with new, healthy ones and any ailment eventually disappears.
A recommended nutrient chart should have you consume 80 percent carbohydrates such as whole-grain starches, fruit, and vegetables, 10 percent protein, meaning legumes, nuts, and seeds and 10 percent fats, such as cold-pressed, extra-virgin olive oil, flaxseed oil, and any fat contained naturally in avocado, nuts, seeds, or any plant food.
Dried fruit is a good source of concentrated nutrients and fiber; however, it is also high in fruit sugar and calories. It is difficult to lose weight when you eat a lot of dried fruit.
Also, recently most dried fruit have been sulfured to retain a pleasing color. Try to get the unsulfured, organic dried fruit. Health food stores usually have it packaged by weight. If you are dehydrating the fruit yourself, make sure you dry it at a temperature below 105°F. All the enzymes and some vitamins are destroyed above that temperature. If you are buying dried fruit, get the sun-dried kind.
Drink extra distilled water and fresh juice in order to make up for losing the water from the dried fruit. Fresh fruit is the best cleanser for our bodies because of its high water content. Eat only a handful of dried fruit at a time and you shouldn’t have any problem with weight gain. It is a much healthier substitute than the sweets we so often crave.
I cannot stress enough to you how important it is that we consume at least 70% raw, water-rich foods per day and since the human body contains about 70% water, there is a good bet the body will respond in a positive manner. The earth is approximately 70% water so logically our diets should consist of 70% water. This means that we should eat foods rich in water and drink plenty of fluids, especially water. Keep a food diary for a few days to see how close you come. You may be shocked at the low percentage of water-rich foods contained in your diet.
Whenever I tell people I don’t consume animal, one of the first things they ask is… what about protein? How does a vegetarian get enough protein? We so foolishly believe the crap out there that eating large mounts of protein is essential to the growth and nutrition of our bodies.
An infant is at the stage where they are growing at the most rapid rate as they double in size the first six months of their lives. Is this not the best time to consume the most protein? Now the baby’s mother is vested with two perfect dispensers to assist the baby’s protein consumption. Mother’s milk is flawlessly designed to meet every nutritional need of a baby at every stage until they are weaned.
How much protein does the mother’s milk contain? 50% – 30% -10% of protein, right? Wrong! Mother’s milk briefly reaches 2.38% protein upon the birth of the child and peaks at 1.6% during those crucial six months of explosive growth. That’s 1 gram per 2 lbs of body weight. One serving of broccoli has that much protein. Most fruits and vegetables average about 4%. Nature did not design us to need large amounts of protein. Yet we are the only organic product that gets our offspring to unnaturally suck on the juice of another entity and believe it aids natural growth.
You see a cow’s body grows rapidly and develops much faster than their brains. Human brain grows rapidly and develops faster than the body. Sucking on cow juice fills the body with an over abundance of protein AND casein, which not only forces a Baby Hughie type of child, but stresses eliminatory organs like the liver, fills the body with excess mucus while not providing the RIGHT protein-mothers milk-for healthy brain development
More than 40 percent of the population on this western land mass rarely eats a single fruit, including that contained in fruit juices, and 20 percent never eat vegetables. In addition, 80 percent do not consume quality high-fiber cereals or whole grain bread.
Nature designed our bodies to use the glucose from fruits, vegetables, and sprouts as its first choice for energy. Starchy carbohydrates are the human body’s next choice as its source of energy. Then it uses fat. Protein is the body’s last choice. In fact, excess protein gives the body too much nitrogen, which causes fatigue. Animal protein is also highly acidic, causing calcium to leach from our bones in order to neutralize the acid. This causes osteoporosis, which is strangely absent in most vegetarians.
According to John Robbins, in his book, Diet for a New America, we can eliminate animal products from our diet and reduce the risk of ever having a heart attack or stroke by 96%! The consumption of animal products are also directly related to gout, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, acid stomach problems, colon problems, etc.
The Livestock Conservation Institute reports “that pig producers lose more than $187 million each year from dysentery, cholera, abscesses, trichinosis, and other swine diseases”. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that “fish can accumulate up to 9 million times the level of PCB’s in the waters in which they live. By the food chain effect, fish may thus become loaded with enormous concentrations of these toxic chemicals” Also, fish literally breathe the water they swim in, so think of the massive contamination that accumulates within them.
If we eliminate animal products and consume raw fruits, vegetables, and their juices, our bodies will cleanse these toxins and our symptoms will go away … without drugs! By eliminating the cause—animal products, we also eliminate the symptoms—disease.
The simple lifestyle and food guidelines:
- Do some form of aerobic exercise daily, at least four times per week for a minimum of 30 minutes, whether running, walking, cycling or some recreational sport. It strengthens the heart muscle to increase your life span.
It helps lymph to flow in order to strengthen your immune system. It gives you energy and reduces stress.
- Drink half of your body weight in ounces of water each day (160 lb. = 80 oz per day).
Distilled water is best because it doesn’t contain inorganic minerals.
Filtered water is next best.
- Try to consume 70 to 85% of your food raw.Eat fresh fruit all morning on an empty stomach. Have a salad or vegetable sandwich for lunch. Eat a whole-grain starch with at least two vegetables for dinner. Prepare raw vegetable snacks with low-fat, vegetable dip. Drink fresh vegetable juice whenever possible (carrot/beet/celery is a good combination).
If hungry before bedtime, eat only raw fruits or vegetables.
- Eliminate or reduce meat, dairy, white sugar, white flour, white rice, and caffeine. Use soy, rice, or nut substitutes for milk and soy substitutes for meat. (If you must). Consume only whole-grain starches. Use natural sugar substitutes, such as raw honey, rice syrup, barley malt, etc.
- Limit fat consumption to flaxseed and olive oil, avocado, raw nuts and seeds.
- Use a raw, organic, whole-food supplement to ensure a balanced body.
- Take care of your gastrointestinal tract and it will take care of you. Increase your fiber by eating from the plant kingdom (meat has no fiber). Consume psyllium seed to sweep out the intestines. Take probiotic supplements to replenish intestinal flora (friendly bacteria).
- Make time for plenty of rest and recreation.
- Go outside and get some fresh air and also some sunshine for vitamin D.