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The New Biology of Health.

More Than the Basics

Modern medicine has done a wonderful job of creating the basic foundation of health. There have been remarkable advances made in just the last decade regarding the human body and its ability to heal itself. The field of medicine has created a virtually scientific haven, with powerful laboratories able to concoct the most amazing medical advances of all time.

Unfortunately, despite the advances, there is a large downside to medical science. While we have scientist’s abilities to affect the course of events, we also have unintended consequences. Take for example the obesity epidemic.

As Americans continue to fill our shopping carts with protectoratively larger servings, we are also industry wide shut down our ability to recognize what we are eating or how much we are eating. According to the US Department of Agriculture, we are now eating 21 servings of an average of 53 grams of added sugar per day. Back in the 1930’s when the average American enjoyed the now-famous 3 ½ ounces of popcorn, we were able to limit our servings to just 7 teaspoons. Instead of the common 18 teaspoons of sugar we are now consuming, we now ingest 64 times more!

There is great cause for concern when excessive sugar consumption leads to diabetes, tooth decay, heart disease, and cancer. What is needed is a new philosophy of health. Let us examine the new science of the inherently beneficial power of raw plant foods and the intended role that food plays within the body’s unique energy and healing cycles.

To realize the maximum efficacy of our diets, we need to understand the principle of ” Cellular Health.” In simplest terms, this is the idea that the body is limited by its cells and that as a living entity, we need to essentially care for each cell so that it can take out its own life force for proper elimination. Each cell is like an individual building, and to maximum health, we need to maximize the effectiveness of the building process.

When we eat foods rich in cause and effect, we feed our cells and our body. Therefore, when we maximize the effectiveness of the diet, we feed our cells the maximum health possible; leading, in fact, to incredible health! When our cells are happy, they get the message that (to them) all repressed energy and tiredness has now been restored.

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The history of germs, diseases, and medicines can be traced in the traditionally “clean” versus diseasedOWN hands of the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas, the Chinese of the East, the European of the North, and the African of the South. Even the Bible mentions medical miracles. Where does it end?

Hippocrates said, “Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.” For better health, avoid food that is reactive. Choose nutritionally superior foods. Eat a variety of organically grown fruits and vegetables. Ridicule excess foods with aspartame, sucralose, monosodium glutamate (MSG), nitrites, phosphates, sodium nitrate, potassium nitrate, and chlorates.

Avoid junk, processed and fast foods. Read food labels. If you don’t know what an ingredient is, try to pronounce it. If you don’t know it, don’t eat it.