As a modernized civilization we have become oblivious with how to care for ourselves, with how to nourish ourselves properly, with how to treat our health and disease. We have placed the responsibility of our health on corporations and doctors created and run by corporations.
This must change if we as a species are going to continue to survive and evolve on this earth. We must teach our children the foundations of health, the long forgotten wisdom of our ancestors. We must re-learn the ways with how we evolved as well as re-claim our right to self-care and take ownership for our bodies and our health.
By acknowledging the discoveries of biochemical individuality, the uniqueness and diversity of the body’s needs among people, humanity will be equipped with the greatest potential for healing. We must not let ideologies shape how we nourish ourselves. We should rely on the foods that nourished our ancestors, as well as the foods that have shown to be the most beneficial to our unique metabolic predispositions.
With this, we should create the foundation for radiant health and vibrant living. We should never forget the power of food on the human body, and its ability to shift ourselves from a state of illness to one of vibrancy. As the great father of medicine Hippocrates said many thousands of years ago: ‘let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food.’
I believe there is hope for the optimal health and true healthcare for the future generations of this planet. True health begins with nourishing ourselves properly and obeying the laws of nature, which are in effect within the human organism.
There is no greater medicine than food. When applied with wisdom and intuition, it alone has the capability of shifting a person’s state of health from one of disease to one of vibrant health. No pharmaceutical drug, no supplement, no herb has the same powerful effect on the body, its cells, its organs, its glands and various systems as does the power of food.
Certain types of food can serve as the most essential substances for some people, yet those same foods can be very harmful to others. We must understand and recognize the individuality that pervades every cell of our bodies. If we follow an ideological view of human health, we can easily fall into the trap of viewing food as having the same effect on all people. If our ideologies and mentally created constructs of human health pervade our understanding, we lose the essence. We lose the instinctive intuition that our ancestors followed.
The body will tell you EXACTLY what it needs if you listen to it. Your senses exist for a reason. Your nose exists above your mouth for a reason. Your kidneys will tell you when you need more water, your stomach will tell you when you need to eat. Your cravings will tell you when you need more fat and protein, or less. Your sense of smell will harness and remember what serves you. A pregnant mother who craves ice cream and pickles instinctively knows that she needs calcium, and she needs the acidic pickles to deliver the calcium. A person that is anemic, who craves eating liver somehow knows that liver contains the most assimilative form of iron, even if he/she has only eaten it once in their life. The body knows. It didn’t evolve accidentally.
The human body and its metabolism is an astonishing machine. We would do good by respecting its wisdom and abilities, re-learning our instinctive understanding of it. We must honor its needs and nourish ourselves properly.
We must love and respect the vital nourishment we obtain from our animals. We must respect the cycles of life, of which we are a part. We must honor our body’s necessities, regardless of our mentally created ideologies.
We must abandon the factory farms created by massive corporations, which maim, torture and abuse animals, raising them to be nothing but a commodity.
We must abort the massive commercial agricultural institutions, which have deceptively shaped our understanding of nutrition through its economically driven propaganda.
We must re-investigate all that we have been told to eat by government, corporations, pharmaceutical-influenced government agencies, and economically driven agricultural monoliths.
If we are to nourish ourselves properly, we must hold these institutions accountable for lying and deceiving the public through the falsification of medical studies. We must not allow the GMO seed industry and the commercial agricultural empires to control our governments.
We must dutifully resist all forms of legislation that suppresses our health freedom. We must protect and defend our food and our freedom by resisting all government-endorsed tyranny that aims to diminish the local, organic farmer.
In the coming centuries, we must oust the forms of political tyranny and corruption, which have infiltrated every level of the food and health industries.
As pioneers and warriors of the future of health on this planet, we must hunt for the truth concerning human health, judiciously using our discriminative insight to abolish false information as it arises through media outlets and pharmaceutical controlled government agencies.
The coming of the food revolution is before us. We have the tools for transformation at our disposal. Our health depends upon our knowledge and understanding of human nutrition and how to apply it. Our ignorance will only lead us to place our bodily responsibilities to someone else. This cannot serve us. We must strive to be collectively independent and native in our intelligence.
So much of a culture is reflected in its food and in its nourishing traditions. It is time that our civilizations re-claim their traditions from the institutions, corporations, massive fast food franchises, entities that have coveted and manipulated our values. These should be replaced by locally grown and harvested family-owned restaurants, small farms and locally owned businesses.
Corporatization and the commercialization of food is a continuous and growing threat to the safety and sovereignty of humans on this earth. If we are to survive as a culture, we must re-organize our values for the social function of food in society. Is it not more appreciable and intimate to know where you food has come from and who your farmer is?
Let this manifesto serve as fuel for future generations. Without the preservation of real food, clean water, and the abolishment of all entities that are a threat to our most vital resources, humanity is subservient and impotent to the global power elite.
With the resolution to maintain and sustain the cycles of life on this earth, and to abolish the entities which degradate our well being, there is hope for future generations.
The will, determination and resolve of the individual and the collective force will triumph if humanity can overcome its apathy towards these issues.