Foods to Avoid
Everyone has heard that we become what we eat, but what does that mean? The organic chemistry of our bodies is fueled, maintained and regenerated by the enzymatic and richness of the nutritional elements we consume, or it is depleted, degenerated, and dis-eased by the over-processed, preserved or refined and dead foods we eat. The internal conditions produced by our food plays a critical role in the health and balance of cellular health, hormones, energy, digestion, immunity, and creativity we possess. If we have no desire of becoming genetically altered, infertile, toxic and disease ridden, there may be a few types of foods you’ll want to consider avoiding:
- Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO): Seeds of food that has been genetically altered not to reproduce, to acclimate to weather, not ripen and last longer on grocer’s shelves, and to increase profits
- Food grown in mineral depleted soil: Fields not given a resting period between seasons, and fortified with too little and too harsh synthetic soil amendments
- Food grown with chemicals: The use of harsh and costly Pesticides, Herbicides, & Fungicides, making farmers dependant on chemical companies, and making our bodies toxic
- Food grown with polluted or contaminated water: Many fields are watered with treated water containing Rx drugs, harsh chemical conditioners, and in poorer countries with raw sewage
- Food intended for animals: Many foods are meant to be eaten by ruminating animals, animals with different digestive enzymes than humans, and animals that need more fiber and acids than we do.
- Over processed and chemically enriched foods: Commercially produced foods process out natural enzymes, vitamins, and minerals (replacing them with minimal and unusable amounts of synthetic versions), changing the way fiber is utilized, as well as enrich and condition food products with artificially stimulating, addictive, allergy and acid producing carcinogenic chemicals.
- Foods with little ability to absorb light: Because our bodies use light as the resource material from which to make hormones, any foods that do not contain sunlight cause hormone deficiencies and imbalances in our bodies.
Specific Foods to Avoid
- Salad tomatoes
- Peanuts & Walnuts
- Bell peppers
- Chicken, and their eggs
- Cow’s milk products (milk, cheese, ice cream)
- Oats & Rye
- Pork products (bacon, ham, salami)
- Refined/Bleached/Enriched flour and Sugar
- South American coffee
- Table Salt, and most sea salts
- Black and green tea
— Morning: Spirit: Wolf-D.R.M.