In today’s world of over-supply and over-demand, most corporations are driven by the desire to make profits for their shareholders, not for the health of the consumer. What the customer receives is a beautiful package, created to invoke a sense of purity, while the content within is filled with ingredients that are far from pure. There is a step that is usually missed by consumers that should not be missed: knowing about the four deadly foods and why they should be avoided.
The cow of today is not the cow of yesterday. Today’s black-and-white cow that we see advertised in the United States is a hybrid of the original cow.
And this is only the beginning of the genetic disconnection within human consumption.
The cows’ natural diet is being substituted with genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) because there are so many cows raised in ranches that they consume grass faster than nature can grow it.
During the olden days, men would use their hands to squeeze the milk from the cow — but those days are gone. The demand is to supply a multitude of humans who have been sold the chemical within milk which sends a signal to the calf to return to its mother.
Machines are squeezing the cows’ mammary glands at such a rate that they start to tear the gland’s inner tissue, which triggers the normal healing process of inflammation within the cow and causes pus to leak into the milk.
What’s more, the process of pasteurization does not eliminate all the pus that is leaked into this end-product — as it sits on the shelves in a package alluding to purity.
Insulin Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1), a hormone that is responsible for growing healthy bones and tissues, is found in dairy. This hormone is what makes a calf weighing 60 lbs. grow to 600 lbs. within the span of 6 months.
Since dairy products cause IGF-1 levels in humans to increase, consumption of it sounds good for growth — however, it also increases the growth of cancerous cells, as well as healthy cells.
Most ingredients in bread are acidic to the human body. With loads of preservatives and chemicals that most people don’t know how to pronounce, eating bread can create a cascade of digestive and absorption issues within the body.
The modern milling, cultivation, and harvesting techniques of most grains grown in America have been impacted by genetic engineering of some sort.
Alteration of the genetic sequences created by this mechanical style of engineering disrupts the original algorithm nature has configured in the cells that are responsible for digesting and processing the genetic codes within the digested end-product.
This disruption opens the doors to rapid cell growth, which promotes cancerous growth. Instead of the body being fed, cancerous cells are fed.
Hormones are secreted from the ductus gland, which operates according to its own natural clock to secrete various hormones into the blood. The slightest change in hormonal levels can cause an intense overall change in the body.
Men especially usually experience serious effects when their hormonal levels drastically change. Soy consumption can decrease testosterone levels while increasing estrogen release levels.
Higher levels of estrogen disturb men’s natural hormonal balance. Testosterone serves a major role in sex drive and is also responsible for bone and muscle growth, stabilizing mood changes, boosting energy, increasing semen production, red blood cell production, and proper fat distribution.
Nature created men to have more of these hormones than women so they can have the energy, or the aggressiveness, to protect their partners and offspring. However, a diet high in estrogen decreases this aggression, causing men to be more like the partner whom they are supposed to protect.
Gender preference is also confused when the levels of estrogen being secreted within a man approach the levels in his natural mate. This explains the rise in phenomena like homosexuality.
Insulin Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1) is also known to be abundant in dairy products. Soy consumption, however, delivers to the body double the amount of IGF-1 that dairy does.
Soy is a super-hybrid, created in China to feed the people during times of extreme poverty. A study published in 2003 that tested the protein in soy showed that IGF-1 levels were 69% higher in soy than in milk.
When going out to a restaurant, when we finally receive our meal, we usually like the added sauces. The sweet and sour, the spicy and the creamy.
When we’re hungry, the aroma of the meal blinds the third eye, preventing us from asking the most important questions about the meal: “How did the restaurant cooks make this meal? What kind of salt, what kind of sugar did they use? What are all these chemicals?”
The truth is that “secret sauce” just might be the kryptonite in your diet sending your alkaline levels to the dumps. All this spells bad news for a body that wants to remain highly conductive and free of toxins and contaminants. In addition, many health issues — especially those related to breathing — have been noted to all stem from a bad diet and the consumption of over-processed, chemical-laden, acidic foods.
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