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The truth about meat – the time bomb
Tuesday, 09 October 2007


Consuming large amounts of animal proteins (meat, deli etc.), in amounts exceeding our body’s daily demand, causes rotting processes, constipation, and poisoning of the body by lactic, oxalic, and uric acids (the three main culprits responsible for joint diseases, back pain, osteoporosis, and other mobility-reducing disorders).

Meat itself does not have taste nor smell so we fry, cook, and season it to improve its taste. When meat is processed, it releases about 20 poisonous substances that can cause damage to blood vessels and the nervous system.  The digestion of meat requires large amounts of vitamins and microelements.  If we do not eat adequate amounts of raw vegetable salads together with meat, digestion is incomplete and the undigested meat putrefies in our intestines.  The putrefaction processes increase the alkalinity of our large intestine, which leads to blood acidity. Alkaline environment promotes the development of diseased cells (especially cancerous).  Those who excessively consume meat are the prime candidates for cancer.

There is one more fact that requires your attention.  Excessive consumption of animal proteins, especially in early childhood, puts us at risk of immune system disorders.  The digestion of meat needs large amounts of vitamins and microelements that are taken from the child’s blood.  Depleted levels of these substances cause the development of hidden anemia and blood diseases. Ironically, all kinds of allergies, eczemas, and other disorders typical for the age of puberty are usually the result of our parents’ well-intended care.  Unaware of the dangers, they cause damage to their children’s health by including too much meat in the diet.

Eastern philosophy teaches that each food product we consume contains information about its place of birth and development: - the climate, the exposure to sunrays, moonlight, etc.  What kind of information can be contained in meat? Times when cattle were grazing on green pastures are long over.  They are raised their entire lives without sunlight or fresh air.  Instead of eating fresh, juicy grass, they are fed hormones and various synthetic feeds.

When we buy a shapeless piece of meat, we do not think that it was once a part of a lovable animal that was killed by electrocution.  It is naive to believe that animals do not sense impending death in their last moments.  They sense it very clearly.  Faced with aggression and driven by fear, a slaughtered animal’s body produces large amounts of poisonous hormones, which we consume later as we enjoy our steaks.  No wonder that both adults and children become increasingly aggressive and hot-tempered.  Aggression always breeds aggression - this old truth is confirmed by the results of high meat consumption.

In recent years (1999-2002), the number of BSE (Mad Cow Disease) cases in Western Europe has grown to epidemic proportions.  Cattle affected by BSE experience a complete degeneration of their nervous system (sections of their brain tissue turn spongy).  Instead of feeding cattle exclusively with plant-based food, the industry started using animal proteins in the form of meat and bone meal.  BSE is a vivid example of physiological changes that can be caused by eating improper food.  To prevent the spread of BSE, whole herds of cattle are slaughtered and incinerated.  May God prevent children whose diet is based on meat from the consequences of unnatural feeding practices in the cattle industry! 

Posted by jankon

May, 20 
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