We live in a world where we should be free to choose the things that directly affect our lives…that is what we are taught, that we have freedom to choose. Choosing indicates that a person is aware of more than one option, and that they are fully informed of what they are choosing between.
Yet, without our knowledge our choices, in some very vital areas of life itself, have been taken away, one area where this has happened is the very important area of food. You are what you eat… why is this true? It is true because the nutrients, vitamins, aminos and minerals that are designed into the food that we eat, is what our body needs in order to grow and to renew cells.
Although cells can differ in appearance and play various specialized functions in our body, all of them require vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, and other micronutrients as co-factors of a multitude of metabolic processes taking place in every cell. These micronutrients are needed in small amounts, however their presence in our body’s cells is essential for converting food into biological energy, for building cellular structures and supporting all vital functions. (Dr. Rath)
People may think of their body as a fairly permanent structure, yet most of it is in a constant state of flux as old cells are discarded and new ones generated in their place. Each kind of tissue has its own lifecycle, depending in part on the workload endured by its cells. For example, adult humans produce their body weight in red blood cells, white cells, and platelets every seven years (Mackey, 2001), yet the surface layer of the skin, known as the epidermis, is recycled every two weeks (Wade, 2005). The cells lining the stomach last only five days, yet it takes two years for all of the cells of the liver to be replaced by new ones (Wade, 2005). The skeletal system takes ten years to renew as bone-dissolving and bone-rebuilding cells work together to remodel it (Spalding et. al, 2005). While most bodily organs continue to die and regrow, surprisingly the nerve cells of the brain remain the same throughout a person’s life (Frisen, 2006).
It is so very important for us to be able to choose what we are putting into our bodies. Some people may decide to eat greasy pizza, three meals a day every day and that is obviously not the best choice, this is fairly common knowledge and so a person would be aware of that as a choice; and there could be other hidden reasons for a person making that kind of choice that I won’t go into in this post.
Organs and systems of the body serve a specific purpose, and when not treated properly, develop disease and dysfunction impacting the body’s homeostasis or balance. One example is the liver, which is the largest organ in the body and performs critical duties, such as neutralizing toxins in the blood, producing immune agents to fight infection, and filtering germs and bacteria from the blood. In addition, the liver makes proteins that regulate blood clotting, produces bile to help absorb fats, and stores glucose for when the body needs energy (Tennesen, 2004). Essentially, you cannot live without your liver as it is the metabolic factory of the entire body. Making healthy choices to your diet that have detoxifying properties are key, such as adding blueberries, cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, watercress, walnuts and almonds, and spices like ginger, rosemary and garlic. Also adding water to your diet increases filtration of the liver. Eating organic helps avoid pesticides and herbicides on vegetables and fruits … (Tennesen, 2004). These healthy changes are beneficial not only for the liver, but other organs and systems of the body as well. (Dawn Young Lang)
However, what about the person who decides that they are going to do the best for themselves and their family? They spend time and money on not only buying “good food”, a balanced diet of fruit, veggies and so on…, but researching what foods are best and needed most, and preparing that food in the best way possible, only to discover that they have been literally feeding their family and themselves POISON!?! That is deceitful on the growers, producers, marketers and even government’s part.
GMO food is causing death and serious disease in people…serious disease. The Life is in the blood… if they are poisoning the food [and they are] then they are poisoning our blood and our children’s blood…what does poison do???? To be slowly poisoned is to slowly die, earlier than your life span AND to be sick for the many years before you die…that is not normal. Also to begin a life that is being fed poison from the day of conception is tyranny!
I encourage you to watch this video from the link below and do everything in your power to stop the GMO products from poisoning our world.
So here is the link http://youtu.be/pZVRrbyGtos ..
or go to Youtube and search: Genetic Roulette Full Documentary
or go to this link:
for this vital information, please be sure to watch this right way.