April 7, 2006 at 12:05 pm #12504
Just incase no one saw it down with kanlimatrixs post. I thought this might be of some help.
The Human body has many elements of the other animals that your biology evolved from, and shows that basic core evolution is real. You are a combination of much of earths past. That means your diversity is at the top of the laddervery high.
The real issue here is that many try to make diet issues generic for all Humanity. However, you are all very different, not only chemically, but energetically. Therefore the studies of diet based on blood types, birth months, and even energy fields are valid. The truth is this: Find the diet that suits these unique things about you and use them. Dont make the mistake of believing that what you discover for you is for everyone. This also goes for eating meat. If all Humans decided not to eat meat, the Human race would suffer greatly since there isnt enough developed farmland to feed all of you.
There is appropriateness in everything you mentioned, including the raw elements, and even the kosher ones (originally developed intuitively so that youd stay away from diseased food). But it isnt for everyone. The solution will eventually be to provide a test that will help you know what is best for each Human diet-wise, and then hold no judgment of others who have a different solution. These tests are actually here, but they havent been combined yet. Its another feature of your constant linearity and compartmentalization that within your science you have sequestered pieces and parts of the solution and given them all important names, as though each one was the final solution or a final system. The truth is that they must be combined.
Therefore, find the diet that works for the individual Human, and dont place a generic label on studies you find that work for you. Theyll work for those like you, but not for all. Start with the blood types, then move to other unique features that make you all very different
Look for Eat Right For Your Type and Blood Type Diet.April 7, 2006 at 12:09 pm #12505
Sorry forgot to tell you where this post came from. Look up http://www.kryon.com. Nice group of people, very grounded.April 9, 2006 at 5:01 pm #12507
Although I agraee with the overall conclusion of individuals each seeking the right diet,
the recommendation of using the Blood Types book is misleading – the types are far too broad.
The system was developed by the author’s father, who would only recommend dietary changes based on sub-types within the major four blood types. Without these subtypes, you are not allowing for enough individuation.
The son/author of Blood types book abbreviated the system for commercail reasons.
mApril 9, 2006 at 6:32 pm #12509April 9, 2006 at 8:07 pm #12511
Thanks for the advice. Learn something new every day.
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