Your ignorance in health matters… even if you are an MD

foodcombiningchartNo advice, no course, no program can give you everything...

... including my health consultation... unless...

What is this unless, that has been showing up in articles, for the past few days?

Unless you have a basic and accurate understanding of life, of health, or physics, of chemistry, of biology, of spirituality, no program is going to do much for you.

This is the main reason most programs have only a 1-10% results rate... Not because the programs a bad, but because the participants don't know much of anything.

And I am talking about you.

Even if you are a reader... you don't understand what you read, unless you have a basic foundation to understand what you are reading, to build a coherent whole with the new information, to make it become knowledge.

Even the best of my students are lacking in that area...

I am going to sound racist, for a moment, but I don't care, the truth is the truth is the truth...

I come from a Jewish family. Our apartment was full of books. That is one hallmark of being Jewish...

I heard that a Jewish boy wanted to get married. The girl's family invited over the boy's parents... After the visit the father said: I don't think you should marry this girl, she is not Jewish. What made he say that? There were no books in the girl's family's apartment. None.

So, what am I trying to say? That unless you spent your youth immersed in education (reading is education), your schooling was largely wasted on you... because the knowledge was like seeds falling on asphalt... not contributing to a coherent whole.

And unfortunately this is the case for most of you.

You have no idea, because you can't see it, but you are ignorant, and what you combine things you read is ignorance itself.

This has nothing to do with the color of your skin, or the social status of your parents, or your own.

All ignorance is personal...

Later on I'll "disseminate" some basic food knowledge that you urgently need, but before I do that, I want you to know that you can catch up. Maybe you won't reach the grace and ease of someone who has read since they were able to read, book after book after book... and went on to found Facebook, or win the Nobel Prize.

But you can increase your worth a damn factor by a lot. Enough to at least be in the game to accomplish some goals you have.

And the fastest and gentlest method I know is the 67 steps.

Tai, the person who speaks... not me, has read thousands of books. And he is speaking from a coherent whole, about health, wealth, and fulfillment.

Is his coherent whole 100% true? No. But that is not the point. The point is to immerse... or you won't get wet.

The truth value of what he says is 10%. What is knowable for sure is 30%... So his knowledge is off by some... but it is not what he says that will make the difference. If you learned, word by word what he says, you would not grow your worth a damn factor.

What works is that you need to look, ponder, integrate, and look, ponder and integrate some more.

And get some feedback from me. Not much, just a nudge here and there to direct your attention.

No homework, no tests, no diploma. Immersion.

Priceless.

Now, onto the health issues:

Some little known distinctions that unless you know it, you'll not get better, even if you think you are following the way to eat that I prescribe for you.

1. Digestion

Chewing the food, mixing it with saliva, the first digestive juice, is one of the phases no one seems to appreciate.

In addition to preparing the food to go down, by chopping it, mixing it with digestive juices of the saliva, you are telling your brain what kind of digestive juices it should prepare in your stomach.

Carbohydrates digest in alkaline juices.
Proteins digest in acids.
Fat digests with gall... from the gallbladder.

If you don't chew... and I barely see anyone chew... your stomach will be winging it.

Also: if you are older, or you are blood type A or AB... your stomach acid is not strong.

If you eat proteins with carbs, your protein will not digest properly, and you condemn yourself to Calcium loss... because the stomach will alternate between acid and alkaline states... using alkaline minerals from your bones.

The first sign you notice that this is the case is calcium deposits on your teeth.

Your course of action should be to employ a food combining method of eating: do not eat carbs and proteins together.

It can be as innocent sounding as eating beets and goat cheese together... You will not digest the goat cheese... and you'll have all kinds of toxin symptoms: pimples, headaches, stiff neck, or inability to manage your attention.

I can't train you in the basics in your health consultation session... You would know all this if you had an all-around foundation... but of course you don't... and neither does Tai... this is why I am doing this here.

And another point: you should not eat large amounts in one sitting. Your stomach needs to be only half full for it to do the work.

2. Digestion: micro flora

Each type of food requires a different kind of micro flora to be present.

When I muscle test you on the call, I am connecting to you the way you are, not the way you can be, could be, or should be.

So if you are NOT eating vegetables, for example, your intestines are not prepared to digest vegetables efficiently... but you can "train" your intestines... really what you are doing is making the vegetable eating microbes to catch up.

Same with milk products, meat products, etc.

Give your microbes time to accommodate your new way or eating... and if you can, do not make wild swings in your eating habits... unless, of course, you want to be unwell for quite some time.

It took me gentle increase of vegetables to be able to eat and digest well... over three weeks.

3. Your nutritional profile: the essentials.

You can eat a varied diet, but you don't need to. You just need to make sure you consume all the daily essential nutrients.

Variety is what is killing most of you... instead of preparing your food deliciously, you want variety, but most of you only have a few food items on your allowed list... really most of you.

I have a relative short list of things I can eat...

Eggs, Ghee, gluten free butter, Lamb, Rabbit, Bluefish, Carp, Octopus, Scallop, Squid (Calamari), Whitefish, , Butter, Goat Cheese, Goat Milk-un-pasteurized, , Chestnuts, Pignola (Pine) Nuts, Walnuts, Northern Beans, Asparagus, Beet Leaves, Beets, Cabbage - Red, Cabbage - White, Dill, Garlic, Kohlrabi, Mushroom - Domestic, Onions - Green, Onions - Red, Onions - Yellow, Parsley, Scallion, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Zucchini, Hungarian peppers, wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar,

Do these food have all I need to be well? No. So I take supplements, liquid capsules, pure powders, and injections.

Otherwise the additives in all tablets and all capsules is giving me heart burn and cancer... as sure as that the sun gets up on the East.

Does it take special care to make lots of delicious dishes from what I can eat? Given that I have been cooking since I was eight years old... no. But for you? yes... you need to learn to cook and get good at it.

And you should get a checkup, to make sure your essential nutrients are taken care of, once a month, once every two months.

If that is all you need, no other issues, then I can do it for you without a session... lots of savings.

But if you are like one of my students, who suddenly dropped from 30 to 10 health number... you need a session if what is written here isn't clarifying to you what you are doing wrong.

You see, I think humans forgot how to eat well... so you have to learn it.

And I am almost certain, your parents don't know it either... so they could not teach you.

Surely my parents didn't know. Both died before their natural time.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

2 thoughts on “Your ignorance in health matters… even if you are an MD”

  1. Hi Sophie, are you saying supplements are good or bad? Presumably it depends on the brand? Thank you.

  2. you need the daily intake of the 90 essentials, and it is hard to get it in your food. So yes, I recommend taking supplements, but the way people take supplements is the way they eat… what they fancy…

    Please take supplements. Best to know what you are lacking, and take only those.

    They need to be in balance, and if you are not careful, you overpower something that is essential.

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