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Thoughts on the food world

3 Oct

Eating a nutritious diet is so important to your health. The well-played saying “You are what you eat.” speaks a lot of truth. The famous physician Hippocrates from around 400 BC once said “Let food be thy medicine, and let thy medicine be food.”

You literally are what you eat. Your body turns what you eat into human tissue, brain cells, organs, hormones, blood, nerves, muscles, joints, bone, ligaments, tendons, fascia, dna, hair, skin etc and if you’re a woman you can make a whole nother person! Now the question is what do you want to make your body out of? Or your baby?

What’s today’s options?

Well you have processed food products, made in factories with calories but no nutrition. Produce from the modern chemical farm creating nutritionally depleted tasteless vegetables and fruits. Unstable rancid fats and meat from tortured sick animals fed an unnatural diet and kept alive with antibiotics? Synthetic vitamin supplements? Or you can choose the harder to source organic meats/fats and produce grown in conjunction with Mother Nature from the wheel of life that we’ve evolved on for literally millions of years.

It’s only been in the last 10 000 years or so that we’ve become reliant on the farm and agriculture. Before that as a species we were hunter/gatherers. We used to follow and hunt the meat and fish. This is evident in the paintings on cave walls all around the world. Pictures show our ancestors hunting large animals. For better or worse we went away from that and toward farming which allowed us to create settlements, and eventually cities. With this change over time we’ve replaced our organic meat and fat diet with our annual crops of chemically grown corn, wheat, canola, soy and sugar cane.  

Over the last 150 or so years the food we eat has changed even more dramatically. We’ve introduced chemical fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides, fungicides, rodenticides, microwaving, genetically modifying, radiating, pasteurizing, homogenizing and extensive food processing to our foods. This is important because it takes approximately 40 000 years for the human genome to change 1/10 of 1%. Which means we are pretty much exactly the same as we were 40 000 years ago, and by experimenting into eating foods which we didn’t evolve on we are putting our health at enormous risk.

Hundreds of chemicals are coming into the body that our livers don’t know how to process. It’s not just in our food either. Chemicals come into the body through make up, deodorant, shaving cream, toothpaste, hair products, cleaning products, new products, carpet, paint, cars. We’re exposed everywhere in this toxic world to chemicals. 

You can’t outsmart Mother Nature, and the consequences of doing so are well shown in the prevalence of  degenerative diseases, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, obesity, osteoporosis, asthma, fatigue, joint pain, apathy and susceptibility to colds and flus seen in western societies today. We’re the only species trying to outsmart Mother Nature too. You don’t see wild animals messing with their natural diet they evolved on. They keep it simple, no chemicals, no processing, eat the way we’ve always eaten and are fit, good-looking and healthy. It’s only in our pets and animal feed lots when they’re fed an unnatural diet where we see cancer and obesity in animals.

It’s a simple fact is that we have more doctors, nurses, physios, chiros, personal trainers, nutritionists, dietitians and health care professionals than at any other time in human history and yet we are the fattest and sickest we’ve ever been.  

A dentist, scientist and researcher by the name of Western A Price in the early 1900s was working and living at the time when more and more food processing was making its way into our diets. Sugar, processed foods and vegetable oil consumption was increasing, and as a result over the years he started seeing more and more patients coming to him with tooth decay. He wondered why the increase? And also what actually causes immunity to tooth decay?

Initially he tried to find people in America that had no tooth decay so he could study what they did, but in his searches he couldn’t find anyone. So in the 1930s he set out around the world to nearly every continent to find native societies living in conjunction with Mother Nature. His finding’s were astounding and thoroughly documented in his book “Nutrition and physical degeneration” first published in 1939.

What he commonly found in every continent was that the natives experienced next to no tooth decay or other degenerative diseases, were in perfect health, had engaging personalities and were eating nutritious foods high in vitamins and minerals such as animal organs, animal flesh, bone broths, butter, blood, milk, shell-fish, insects. All foods off the land. See the article “Principles of healthy diets” http://www.westonaprice.org/basics/principles-of-healthy-diets

He also studied native tribes who lived closer to modern societies and did not exclusively eat their native diet. They traded with white man for his flour, his sugar, jams and other processed foods, known today as the 4 white devils. White flour, white sugar, white table salt and pasteurized diary. Foods which Price called the “displacing foods of modern commerce.” These tribes experienced a different level of health. Tooth decay was prevalent as were many other growth deformities, such as narrowing of the nasal passage and dental arches which causes the teeth to not fit perfectly in the mouth.

This is clearly seen in the pictures below and throughout the book. Today many kids have to wear braces because of this reason aswell as suffering breathing problems from a narrow nasal passage.

A lot of us today are not even aware of what foods we evolved on or what real food is. It’s not even questioned a lot of the time. Many people just think (or don’t think) that cocopops and pasteurized milk is a good breakfast. Or toast and a protein shake is enough for breakfast and lunch or packet soup and bread is a good choice for dinner. They think eating organ meats is just disgusting, not aware of the fact that the organs are the most nutritious part of any animal and the parts that our ancestors used to eat first!

Our food used to come exclusively from a closed organic cycle or the wheel or life.

Healthy soil is the foundation of the health of every living thing on the plant. Healthy soil produces the grasses and plants which, along with the energy from the sun, creates food for the herbivores. The herbivores keep the grasses and plants in check so they don’t overgrow. The herbivores are then hunted and eaten by the carnivores and omnivores, which keep the herbivore numbers in balance. When these carnivore and omnivore animals at the top of the food chain including us, die, in nature we would be on the ground dead as food for the microorganisms in the soil and the cycle starts again. 

The  nutritional quality of the plants, grasses, fruits and vegetables is directly effected by the health of the microorganisms in the soil. All life depends on these little creatures doing their work. The problems come when using chemical fertilizer, pesticides, insecticides, fungicides, herbicides and rodenticides. These chemicals kill off approximately 85% of the beneficial bacteria, fungus, earthworms and microorganisms in the soil which all life depends upon. The microorganisms make vitamins and work in conjunction with and communicate with the plants to contribute to the plants immune system in exchange for carbohydrate (energy) from the plant. It’s a symbiotic relationship.

The plants grown with chemicals ultimately get really thirsty from the NPK fertilizer which is a salt. They end up drinking huge amounts of water from the excess salt (just as we require water when we eat too much salt) to try to hydrate and detoxify. This is how you end up with these huge tomatoes and apples etc that have no taste. The produce is filled with water, and the lack of taste indicates a lack of nutrition (vitamins/minerals) in the produce from a lack of microorganisms in the soil. Not only that, the chemically grown produce is often picked when it is not even ripe and then ripened with ethanol gas and then sprayed in the supermarket with more chemicals to look more appealing! If you understand all that, then you understand the importance of choosing to purchase organic food.

Research has shown that organically grown produce is up to 40 times more nutritious than its chemical counterparts. So if it costs twice as much but you’re getting 40 times the nutrition. That’s a great deal isn’t it? Organic foods are rich in nutrients, and as a result fill you up quicker which means you don’t have to eat as much to feel satisfied. Some estimate that you eat 30% less food on an organic diet.

Choosing organic meat is just as if not more important, not only for your health but the earth’s health. Concentrated Animal Feedlot Operations (CAFO) are really one of the worst things humans have ever come up with. The animals are fed an unnatural diet of grain, corn, soy, cement dust, dead animal remains, plastic pellets, wood chips and growth hormones and as a result become extremely unhappy, fat and unhealthy. They are fed anti biotics to keep them alive till they’re big enough for slaughter. This creates a problem for those who eat meat raised like this, because how do you get health out of eating sick, tortured animals? You don’t. You just become sick yourself. There’s also the problem of anti biotic resistant bacteria now because they’ve been so over used and abused. Check the article http://www.naturalnews.com/032622_ecoli_bioengineering.html

It’s a stupid thing and torturous thing we’re doing. We clear all these fields for growing corn, wheat, soy and sugar. In that process countless animals die from losing their home or they upset the balance of nature somewhere else and cause other problems. Most of these crops are used to make the processed foods making us sick, aswell as being used as food for Concentrated animal feedlot operations. The crops aswell are grown using chemical farming techniques which as I’ve said kills off 85% of all the microorganisms in the soil, which are needed for ALL of life. Over time this leaves the soil depleted and eventually the farm is left as desert.  

The cows and lambs are naturally grass eaters, and are happy and healthy eating perennial grasses. Why mess with this to create other problems? We use all this water and fossil fuel for growing and transporting the crops, and the end result is unhappy, unhealthy people countless health problems, eating unhappy, unhealthy animals, wasting the earth’s resources. Is it just me, or is that stupid?!

At no time in our history have we been more removed from our food. Nutritional knowledge and food preparation techniques passed down from tribe elders used to be highly valued. Now we’ll eat any half tested lab food loaded with sugar and marketed using words and phrases like, “all natural” (that means nothing) “contains half your daily allowance of such and such” (Who comes up with these recommended daily intakes?) It’s crazy.  

Another big part of the problem is consumer confusion. There is a lot of conflicting information in the nutrition world today. The food pyramid for example set by the government tells people to eat 6-11 servings of carbohydrates a day! Most people who’ve ever tried to lose weight will tell you that by cutting out carbs they felt better and lost weight! Another is margarine. Some brands proudly display the healthy heart tick, but in reality margarine is a rancid vegetable oil that’s undergone intense processing and is one of the chief culprit in our current plague of cancer and heart disease. See the article “Why butter is better” http://www.westonaprice.org/food-features/why-butter-is-better 

The food pyramid is actually the way it is because a large part of the economy depends on the selling and buying of the crops. I remember seeing it on a show on ABC. It had wheat trading at this price, corn trading at this price. It looked like they were talking about stocks. I thought to myself, this is all about the money, nothing at all about health. It’s big business, and your health and well-being is not in their thinking at all. They want you to think you need to eat a certain amount of breads and cereals everyday. It’s good for business. It’s like this – healthy people don’t spend money on medicines, drugs and vitamin supplements, sick people do, and the pharmaceutical industry is also big business. So by eating grains and cerals and such, you’re keeping two businesses going, and sacrificing your health in the process.

With all this conflicting information out there how do you know what is the truth? Well the one thing any logical thinking person would go on is results. What results are you getting from your food? And long-term results at that. Because there’s many diet plans that produce short-term weight loss or a cleansing effect but ultimately the individual ends up malnourished if continued long-term because of inadequate fat, protein, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty and amino acids. 

One speaker on the real food summit which I’ve been listening too http://realfoodsummit.com/order/ said unless your proposed diet has produced 5 generations of healthy offspring then he doesn’t want to know about it. Our ancestors eating off the land have easily produced more than 5 generations of healthy offspring. With our current diet and the poisoning of our planet, sadly we are slowly eating our way to extinction. This is evident in the amount of problems couples now have getting pregnant where either one or both are infertile or have other reproductive issues.

Another way to tell if your food is working for you is by how you feel, look, think, smell, digest, love, energy levels, susceptibility to colds, flus and infections. Your body is the result of all the decisions you’ve made up to this point. It’s constantly giving you feedback. Signals of pain from the body are not a Nerofen deficiency. Tiredness is not a caffeine deficiency. A headache is not a asprin deficiency. You have to listen to your body without attachment to what your head is programmed with. Cause a lot of people have their head filled with diet and health information from books, magazines and advertisements that is causing them harm.

You can guarantee our ancestors aren’t reading any diet books to get their perfect health. Other herbivores and carnivores don’t need dietary advice either. They eat naturally.

The different systems of the body are the hormonal system, reproductive system, immune system, digestive system, eliminative system, circulatory system, nervous system, respiratory system, muscular system and thermoregulatory system and they all need energy all the time to operate. How far do you expect to go when you’re trying to live and thrive eating cocopops and pasteurized milk for breakfast? It’s no wonder you’re tired all the time. Your body is malnourished, running almost on empty. The body basically is saying stop moving and sleep just so it can keep you alive and try to detoxify all the rubbish that you’re putting into it. You gotta feed yourself with real food.

Lets look at some stats from the Australian Bureau of statistics website

The proportion of adults (aged 18 years or over) classified as obese or overweight has increased from 56% in 1995 to 61% in 2007-08. For men, the increase was from 64% to 68% in 2007-08, while for women, the proportion rose from 49% to 55%.

I’ve shown the cancer statistics before

1900 risk of cancer 1 in 30

1980 1 in 5

1990 1 in 4

1995 1 in 3

2000 1 in 2

2012 1 in less than 2

ref Depak Chopra, M.D, Michael Murray, N.D, and the metagenics corp

When I walk into a supermarket I don’t even see food. Not even in the fruit and veg department. In the meat department I just feel for the tortured animals and how bad that factory farming system is. I don’t see how people can eat the crap. It’s all an illusion of healthy food. I don’t think, not for one second that maybe I’m going to eat some rubbish manufactured in some food factory filled with sugar, sugar’s brother (fructose), sugar’s sister (glucose) (Anything ending in “ose” is sugar) refined wheat, artificial flavourings, colourings, msg, rancid trans fat, high fructose corn syrup and numbers.

I’m not being part of the experiment. And that’s exactly what these foods are. Experiments on the human race. Many of these food companies spend no money on making their products more nutritious. The only money is spent on marketing to influence us to buy it. You have to arm yourself with knowledge and discipline and the health benefits you receive will be worth it.

When you eat correctly, you will feel energetic, feel happy, be mentally alert, better equipped to handle stress, feel light, digestion will be regular and effortless, no cravings, optimal response to exercise, rarely if ever get sick and enjoy great health overall.

On a poor and malnourished diet, you will be moody, depressed, anxious, low energy, obese, hormonal dysfunction, headaches, joint pain, more susceptible to colds, flus, unable to concentrate for long periods, easily injured and apathetic.

My final thoughts are, whatever food you spend your money on, you are supporting keeping that company in business. So if you spend money on CAFO meat, you are voting yes every time to keep that industry going. When you spend money on chemically grown food, you are voting yes every time to keep that chemical farm going. Be aware of what you are choosing.

If you want more info on this stuff, watch on youtube, “Paul Chek, the dirt facts” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84otsNRkbDg also on youtube, Paul Chek at the Price Pottenger foundation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ndfw3il33w . Books, “The vegetarian myth” by Lierre Keith, “Deep nutrition” by Catherine Shanahan, and “Nourishing traditions” by Sally Fallon. Websites http://www.westonaprice.org/  http://undergroundwellness.com/ 

Some quotes

“Disease does not occur unexpectedly. It is the result of constant violations of nature’s laws. Spreading and accumulation of such violations transpire suddenly in the form of the disease – but it only seems sudden.” Hippocrates

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” World health organisation


8 Fun-damentals of feeling great all the time!

18 Apr

The health of YOU the individual is the most important thing. Without your health, what do you really have? You can’t play sports or exercise like you want to if your joints are always sore and stiff. You can’t go for a jog on the beach if you wake up everyday feeling sluggish and unmotivated. You can’t do your work or study to the best of your ability if you’re eating and drinking garbage processed food and sick poisoned factory farmed animals. You can’t find the person of your dreams if you’re constantly tired all the time.

You get the idea. If your health and well-being is not being taken care of by YOU then everything in your life is not going to be able to be done at its greatest potential.

So what are some of the key things you need to do to in order to feel your best, so you can give your best.

Number 1 is sleep

You gotta get enough sleep. Our bodies are linked to the movements of the sun. When the sun rises our cortisol levels begin to rise and we’ll naturally awaken. When the sun goes down, we start to get sleepy, our growth and repair hormones rise and we begin to recharge for the next day.

 It doesn’t really happen like that in today’s world though. We keep our awakening hormones high for longer than we’re naturally programmed to and our bodies don’t get the proper rest and recovery times.

Physical repair best happens between 10pm and 2am and mental repair happens between 2am and 6am. So every minute you go to bed after 10pm, you’re limiting your potential for physical repair to happen.

Number 2 is having a positive mental outlook

Walking around with fear and worry is not fun. I remember reading an old metaphor, it goes something like this. A grandfather is preaching to his grandson. He says, “Son, there are two wolves living inside of us. One is full of hatred, anger, greed and jealousy. The other is full of love, compassion and happiness. They constantly fight everyday.” The grandson inquires curiously, “Which one wins?” The grandfather says, “Whichever one you feed.”

So you gotta surround yourself with positive people and positive things, positive thoughts and things that inspire you to come from a place of love, and this will attract love and happiness to your life. Always think that things are going your way. And if things do seemingly go bad, it’s just a challenge. An opportunity for you to rise and overcome that challenge.

Number 3 is loving yourself

Self love is so important and if your relationship with yourself is full of love, then it will flow into your relationships with others, your work, your creativity and the planet.

I found this to be so true a few years ago when at the place I used to work, every quarter we reviewed ourselves and our workmates on how well we thought we were doing in terms of living by the company values of honesty, committment, respect etc and also our relationships with ourselves, our workmates and our manager. And whenever I and my teammates rated me high on relationship with myself, my other scores were pretty much perfect. But when I was perceived to not be as happy within myself, all my other scores dropped.

This was an important lesson for me to constantly work on self-love.

Some may be asking, “How do I work on self-love?” Well, the answer I can give you is this. It’s in the language you use when you talk to yourself. You say things to yourself like, “I can do this.” “I love you” “I showed great courage there.” “Thank you for feeding me so well.” “Thankyou for that exercise session.” “Nothing breaks me” “This is a challenge, but I’ll overcome it” “I forgive myself.”

This kind of language repeated over and over starts to replace the negative chatter that most of us get conditioned with from an early age. When you get to the point that you can control your thoughts, you can control your emotions. And when you can control your emotions you can choose to live in the emotions that you most want to live in. 

I remember being upset one time and I kept looping this same thought over and over and over that was upsetting me. It was just running on auto pilot, looping and looping, and I remember getting really mad with myself and finally I decided to take back control of my thoughts. Whenever the thought popped up I replaced it by thinking about something that made me happy. The saying is, “Who’s driving the bus?” Are you driving your bus? Are you in control of what is going on between your ears?

Often times the things that you’re worried about never happen anyway, so you spent that precious time of your life worrying about nothing. Doesn’t make sense in the end.

Number 4 is water

We can live weeks on little to no food, but a few days without water and we’ll be dead. According to the book “Your body’s many crys for water” by Doctor F. Batmanghelidj, the body is composed of 75% water and he writes, “Water regulates all functions of the body.”

He also writes about the bodies water management system. So basically what that is, is if you’re not drinking enough water, the most important areas of the body will be prioritized with the minimal water you are taking in. So the brain and your other organs will get the water while lubricating your spine and other joints will be neglected which leads to dehydrated, stiff sore joints.

Water intake should be your weight in kg times by 0.03. So if you weigh 100kg, it’s recommended you should drink 3 litres a day and add a litre for every hour of exercise and more for warmer weather too.

It’s also recommended to add a pinch of organic sea salt to your water to add extra minerals into your water as a lot of water is low in mineral content which means your body will steal minerals from your bones and teeth in order to properly absorb the water.

Tap water is not recommended because of the hexafluorosilicic acid, chlorine and other heavy metals in the water.  

Number 5 is eating proper food

What do I mean by proper food? It’s simple, if it wasn’t around 10000 years ago, don’t put it in your mouth. We are biological creatures of the earth and we’ve survived and evolved millions of years living off the earth. It’s only the last 100 or so years that we’ve made radical changes to the foods that we eat, and also to the way in which we farm. And you can see the result of so-called “advances” in technology by taking a walk around society today. Our risk of cancer is now 1 in less than 2, up from 1 in 30 in the year 1900. Obesity in adults and children is constantly rising. Diabetes, heart disease, ADD, food allergies, degenerative diseases all rising. The amount of chemicals allowed in our food and water is shocking.

Even if you go to the fruit and veg store or the butcher and try to be healthy, unless you’re eating organically farmed food you’re still getting a nice dose of insect spray, antibiotics, pesticide residues, herbicides, fungicides, maybe even genetically modified produce as well as the fact that food grown with artificial fertilizer has significantly lower vitamin, mineral and trace mineral content of foods grown organically. 

 A quote from Western A Prices book “Nutrition and physical degeneration” published in 1939, “The country’s average level of general ability sinks lower and lower with each generation. Should the ballot be restricted to citizens able to take care of themselves? One out of four cannot.”

Another quote from the book “Long surgical experience has proved to me conclusively that there is something radically and fundamentally wrong with the civilized mode of life, and I believe that unless the present dietetic and health customs of the white nations are reorganized, social decay and race deterioration are inevitable.”

Foods that you eat should give you energy and a feeling of well-being. You shouldn’t feel tired, bloated, sluggish, sleepy and have cravings after eating. You shouldn’t need stimulants to get you going. You shouldn’t need a pre workout caffeine hit.

By listening intuitively to your bodies needs you will discover what foods you should eat. But you can’t properly listen intuitively to your body if you’re clogged with chemicals and following  some so-called “experts”  diet book or making decisions based on flawed, bought and paid for so-called “scientific” research. Everyone’s nutritional needs is dynamic, individual and based on your racial and ethnic background.

I can tell you this though, no ones individual needs are chemically grown processed food, man-made fats, pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics, genetically modified food, factory farmed animals raised inhumanely that are fed engine oil, saw dust, plastic pellets, sewage, dead animal remains and mouldy grains that were unfit for human consumption.  



 Number 6 is exercise

Being physically active daily is key for feeling great and performing great. This means exercising at an intensity that makes you sweat. Using free weights, and body weight exercises to maintain and build muscle mass and bone density. Moving your body in all 3 planes of motion. 

Not overusing cardio vascular exercise. Listening to your body daily and doing tai chi, posture, flexibility and yoga type movements if you’re not feeling like lifting weights that day.

Getting exercise daily that you enjoy really makes you feel good physically and mentally.

Number 7 is taking quiet time for yourself

This really recharges the spirit and gives you a chance to express yourself and your love creatively. This could involve making things for loved ones, reading books that interest you, making music, playing an instrument, hiking, painting, meditating, yoga, gardening, goal setting. All this stuff is important and is great for overall health and providing a balance to busy society life.

Number 8 is keeping stresses down

 This ties in with number 2, 3 and 7 really, but it’s so important to be able to be honest with yourself and manage your stresses. Stress summates in the body and comes in many different forms. For example getting sun burnt is stressful on the body. Eating poor quality food is stressful on the body. Dehydration is stressful on the body. Over exposure to chemicals is stressful on the body. Poor quality thoughts is stressful on the body. Being too hot, or too cold is stressful on the body. Doing too much is stressful on the body. So you have to be aware of these things so you are not over spending your resources and depleting yourself. Which will wear you down over time and eventually to some kind of dis-ease.

By following these 8 principles you will find a great sense of life and love that will flow through you daily. You’ll be an inspiration and a positive energy to others and the planet.


6 Jul

All food eaten needs to be organic.

You will notice a massive increase in your health and the taste. The amount of crap sprayed on commercially grown vegetables is not healthy. These pesticides, insecticides, herbicides and fungicides are designed to attack the pest’s nervous system andhormonal systems and this is exactly the problems that humans have.

People say to me, it’s too hard to eat organic, or I don’t have time to get it. It’s BS. You have time to watch Bondi rescue, home & away, the amazing race, the AFL, all the episodes of the OC or document your life on facebook or any other BS like that. None of that should come before your health. What happens when you’re health is gone? You can’t enjoy any of those shows on the light box. What’s the old saying? “A sick person has one wish, while a healthy person has many wishes.”

I can think of 3 people off the top of my head, who have tried and stuck with organic eating. All of them have reported that they rarely, if ever get sick now, while they used to suffer from colds frequently. If they do get sick now, it may only last one day or a few days while housemates or friends will be suffering for weeks with it. All 3 of them have reported also that going back and eating so called, “normal” food tastes disgusting now and they feel bloated when they eat it.

But that’s the way society is. We grow up on this chemical food, poisoned animals and packet food crap, because we don’t know any better and we end up having no idea of how good real food actually tastes. People ask me what supplements or vitamins do I take, I say; I don’t need that science lab BS. Science labs can’t beat Mother Nature’s wisdom. Since the advent of the microscope we have gotten sicker and sicker as the scientists look at smaller and smaller things. They don’t look at the big picture of health anymore.
What’s the definition of a specialist? “Someone who knows more and more, about less and less till eventually they know absolutely everything about nothing.”

If you want to know more about this stuff, look up on Youtube, Paul Chek “The dirt facts” and watch that whole lecture. It’s very insightful. Get yourself a copy of Western A Prices book, “Nutrition and physical degeneration.” And also go and hire or buy the documentary “Food Inc” The current mainstream way of doing food, is designed for our health to fail. You gotta get educated and break out of the mould. Your mouth is not a garbage can where you can just continually put poison chemical garbage food in it and expect good health.

Remember that your skin cells are turned over every 3 days, your bones cells every 3 weeks and every cell in your entire body is replaced every 7 years. You are what you eat. Personally, I don’t want to be making myself out of garbage and I don’t want you or your loved ones to either.