Masters of Health Magazine January 2017 - Page 34

Are you reading conflicting advice from dieticians and nutritionists?  And, are MDR’s and RDA’s really all you need? In fact, attaining optimal health is more than merely counting calories and grams of fat. To determine your dietary profile there are certain basics and factors to consider which are listed below.  Without  these basics, all the medicines, treatments, supplements, and exercise in the world won’t succeed in attaining a complete cure or optimum health.

To function properly and maintain good health, the body must have on a daily basis: 

Fresh clean air (oxygen) with a balance of negative ions

Clean, pure, structured water (free of fluoride)

Natural, full-spectrum daylight & sunshine

Quality protein 

Essential fatty acids (EFAs) in balance (See: http://www.omeganutrition.com/)

Complex carbohydrates 

Vitamin, minerals, enzymes in balance

Magnetic forces of positive and negative gauss

Human companionship and spirit (important factors in sustaining good health and longevity)

Ensure that the air you breath is clean and rich in oxygen and negative ions. If cells are not well oxygenated they will not be able to repair or reproduce properly. Old growth rainforests (lungs of the Earth), waterfalls, and ocean provide a rich supply of fresh, clean air that is rich in negative ions. http://www.negativeions.com/

After fresh clean air (oxygen), consumption of clean, pure, structured/revitalized water is the second most important substance for survival because over 70% of the body is water.  It is necessary for the hydration and function of every cell and system in the body.  Water also enables the cells to communicate with each other.  Therefore, check the source and independent analysis of your drinking water.  Choose a high quality, pure spring water, with a pH of 7 to 8.  Having your own rainwater tank is a good option.  To learn more, see: http://www.dancingwithwater.com/,

https://www.alivewater.com/. Read “Your Body’s Many Cries For Water” and “Water, For Health, For Healing, For LIfe” by F. Batmanghelidj, MD, and

“Dancing With Water - The New Science of Water” by MJ Pangman and Melanie Evans.

Since no one can survive long without air or water, these “basics of life” should NEVER be privatized. Nor, should our water supplies be used as a dumping ground for toxic industrial wastes, or to treat or medicate the masses for what ails a small per cent of the population. This is highly unethical. Water supplies should always remain pure, clean, and free of all pollutants and toxic chemicals, and free from the influence of special interests groups claiming to be “experts” trying to protect your teeth.

Avoid ALL fluoridated water and products containing it, such as recycled bottled water, drinks, instant tea, juices, sodas, beer, and many medications.  Fluoride is a highly toxic, poisonous waste by-product.  Not only is it not effective, but because it displaces other minerals, it contributes to bone and joint problems, arthritis, hip fractures, disruption of children’s permanent teeth (high orthodontic costs), thyroid and pineal gland disruptions, which in turn lead to obesity, hormonal imbalances, weakening of the immune system, lower I.Q., and brain and neurological damage.  Because fluoride also destroys the body’s Collagen, it prematurely ages the skin/body and creates an abundance of wrinkles and moles.  Read “Fluoride, The Ageing Factor” by Dr. J. Yiamouyianous and “The Case Against Fluoride”: How hazardous waste ended up in our drinking water and the bad science and powerful politics that keep it there. By Paul Connett, PhD, James Beck, MD, PhD, and H. Spedding Micklem, DPhil. Reviewed by C. Vyvyan Howard, PhD, University of Ulster, Coleraine, UK.

BASICS OF LIFE