Alchemical Nutrition

Nutrition of the future....

27. September 2017 18:39
by Admin

Why do we prefer to simply accept the inexplicable rather than daring to consider the obvious!

27. September 2017 18:39 by Admin | 0 Comments

These days many draw comfort from the theory that most chronic illnesses are the result of an unfortunate gene lotto, rather than the less comfortable alternative that suggests these could be the net result of environment influences, brought about by questionable life choices!. The question science is yet to answer, which came first, “the faulty gene”“magically appearing” or could this simply be the result of environmental influences, contributing to the development of the first faulty gene?

Orthodox circles hold a strong belief that our future wellbeing relies on their ability to fix faulty genes that have been associated with a wide range of different chronic illness, while simply discarding the very principles of epigenetics that clearly demonstrates the short comings of this approach. (Read Bruce Lipton’s “The Biology of belief” if you wish to understand this subject more fully).   

In a world where we are becoming ever more reliant on medical research, funded by organisations with a vested interest in maintaining the status quo, rather than exploring the idea that we all have the ability within us to change our health outcomes, simply by taking personal responsibility for our life choices.  

Naturopaths are constantly being discredited in the media for daring to even suggest that influences like our agricultural and farming methods, pollution, reduced oxygen levels, stress and our dietary choices could be the route of many diseases. This activity is even more inexplicable when we discovered that these views have been demonstrated to hold great validity, as a recent trial clearly demonstrated that a vegan diet turned on more than 500 disease preventing genes, while turning off genes that are connected to the cause of breast cancer, heart disease, prostate cancer and many other illnesses.

Surely it’s time for science to review the less lucrative approaches to supporting the health and wellbeing of our civilisation.

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