Living Foods| the Secret to Better Health| Raw Food
Take away from this:
1. Best energy source for you is Biophotons. Biophotons are not “stored” in food, they are emitted when high energy electron orbits decay.
Electrons are stored in food in carbon bonds and various other molecules, even water…all put there by the photons from the Sun.
2. Cooking and heating are oxidation, the removal or energy loss of electrons….
3. Cook gently, retain the life energy in food so it is released in your body not the oven or frying pan….yet cooking does make some foods more digestible and calories more easily extracted…balance!
- Ancient humans had to graze constantly to find enough calories to live on,
- Raw, mostly vegetable, foods do not contain many calories, this put a metabolic limitation on how big the brain could grow.
- Researchers believe our bigger brains is because the shift to a cooked-food diet that gave humans the extra calories
- Even when ancient humans moved their meals to the fire, they still ate a far more significant portion of raw foods than people do today
- Best food is in unprocessed form or very gently processed for most people
- Your body is different from every other body! It isn’t genetics or your diet alone
- To avoid many of the diseases associated with our modern diet, including diabetes, heart disease and cancer learn to listen to works for your body
- Food, Mind Body Connection is the biggest factor!
Also according to Gregg Braden, cells (and molecules) communicate energetically on other levels at great distances.
I don’t think there is anything pseudo about these observations, we just fail to grasp the mechanisms of things unseen.
There are a number of chicken or egg conundrums…does matter create consciousness or does consciousness organize matter.
According the Carolyn Myss
1) The decision to live with integrity. Myss says, “Liars don’t heal.” You must be truthful with others and yourself.
And Myss believes that what you eat or how much you exercise matters far less than your honesty.
It’s not about being a good person—it is about being true to ourselves.
2) Choosing to share our wisdom rather than our pain.
What do you want to pass on?
What is it that you want to share with others on a daily basis?
Myss believes the path to healing is one where we share the wisdom we’ve learned in every experience—rather than the suffering.
But make no mistake, Myss recognizes that you have times of pain and grief!
And you can still make that choice.
She suggests you let go of wanting life to be fair.
Say, “This will never defeat me. “
She says you can choose between wisdom and woe.
3) The choice to take risks. Don’t wait for proof. Don’t ask for everything to be clear or easy. Take risks. Refuse to slide into regretful living.
Myss says, “Never look backward for guidance.” But especially, when you don’t know what to do next, do not go to what you once were or what used to exist. We weaken ourselves by looking backward. Instead, exist in the “newness” of possibility.
4) Choose new words. Words are energy!
Myss recalls saying to a woman who came to her searching for answers to why healing eluded her. Myss told her, “Your vocabulary is so toxic that the vibration of your neurology includes thoughts, includes frequencies, that are so toxic that even if you do visualization, it is off-step by a vocabulary that is organically so negative…I don’t care what your visualization is…If I had to rate your vocabulary it is fundamentally hostile toward everything you see, toward everyone, and toward to yourself. You get up in the morning and you are hostile, your first thoughts are angry, you see your life as not enough, you see others as not enough. Your first reaction to everything is critical.”
Clearlyavoid words that promote those thoughts or reactions.
Of particular note, Myss strongly suggests we avoid three powerful words: 1) blame, 2) deserve, 3) entitled.
She says “If you could extricate those three words from your head, you have no idea how much better you would feel.” Blaming others for anything takes you out of the present and puts toxic perceptions inside of you.
5) Choose to get up every day and bless your day. Be happy to be alive and refuse to base your gratitude on what you have or how you feel—just be grateful because you are. Celebrate each day as a unique moment never to be repeated. This choice alone should take all bitterness out of our hearts, and allow us to see the present with gratitude.
Myss believes that our tiniest choices have infinite consequences and the choices we make in the privacy of our own company have the ability to heal and fully empower us.
Stay grateful for yet another day of life.
U.S. Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs concluded in its report entitled “Diet and Killer Diseases,” that the Standard American diet is responsible for the development of chronic degenerative diseases such as heart disease, atherosclerosis, cancer, diabetes, stroke, etc. So, virtually all chronic degenerative diseases are caused or aggravated by digestive problems.
Digestion happens in a 20-foot, mucus-lined tube that directly interfaces us with our environment. What we eat is transformed into our flesh, blood, actions, thoughts and feelings. The digestive tract has built in assistance from the salivary glands, the pancreas, the liver, and most importantly uncooked or living raw food — all of which provide enzymes.
Could it be ENZYMES?
All our food, whether plant or animal, contains enzymes. All living organisms produce their own enzymes to provide the nutrients they need. Just as our bodies produce enzymes.
Enzymes, like us are delicate. Delicate because they are destroyed by temperatures more than 118 degrees (some by as little as 105 degrees), which means that they may not survive even light steaming. Enzymes are powerful biochemical catalysts; they speed burning or building reactions in the body according to need. They are a specialized protein.
Protein is one of the three macronutrients that the body needs (the body also needs fat and carbohydrates). Protein is used to make hormones and enzymes that are used for a number of different functions. For instance, the enzymes are used to digest food, to make new cells, to create neurotransmitters, to create the RNA and DNA and to regulate sleep and ovulation.
The three primary digestive enzymes are protease, lipase and amylase which digest, respectively, protein, fat (lipids), and carbohydrates (which includes sugars).
Professor Jackson of the Dept. of Anatomy, University of Minnesota, has shown that rats fed for 135 days on an 80 percent cooked food diet resulted in an increase pancreatic weight of 20 to 30 percent. Because, the pancreas is forced to work harder with a cooked food diet.
Dr. Edward Howell, the pioneer researcher in benefits of food enzymes:wrote, “Although the body can manufacture enzymes, the more you use your enzyme potential, the faster it is going to run out…” A youth of 18 may produce amylase levels 30 times greater than those of an 85 year old person. (Dr. Howell is talking about telomeres more in another post!)
Enzymes make seeds sprout. Sprouts are, in fact, one of the richest sources of enzymes. Other excellent sources are papaya, pineapple and the aspergillus plant. Science cannot duplicate enzymes, because they are the stuff of life itself. Only raw food has functional “live” enzymes. Therefore the liver, pancreas, stomach and intestines must come to the rescue and furnish the requisite digestive enzymes to the individual nourished solely on a cooked food diet.
This extra activity can be detrimental to health and longevity because it continually taxes the reserve energy of our organs. Not to mention cooked food passes through the digestive tract more slowly than raw food. Cooked food tends to ferment, and throws poisons back into the body. Colon cancer is second only to lung cancer as a killer in America and is related, in various ways, to eating enzyme-deficient cooked food.
White blood cell count rises significantly after ingesting a meal of canned or cooked foods (“digestive leukocytosis”).
Elevated WBCs are correlated to bacterial infection, inflammation and depressed immunity. Raw foods do not produce this reaction. All raw foods contain exactly the right enzymes required to split every last molecule into the basic building blocks of metabolism: Amino acids (from protein), glucose (from complex carbohydrates) and essential fatty acids (from unsaturated vegetable fats).
Right now you are what you ate: Eat living foods at least once daily!
The secret to living longer, happier, and healthier is eat something raw. SHhhhh Pass it on!! More about that in another post!
Let thy food be thy medicine! Hippocrates