Your life expectancy and your vibration are connected, but how?

I don’t know about you, but I have always thought that my food should be my medicine, and my medicine should be my food.

And this is mostly how it was for our ancestors… or more precisely: the more their food provided enough nutrients the more our ancestors thrived.

And the same is true for animals. People who raise animals, or take care of animals for a living, for their livelihood, know this.

Animals need nutrients they cannot always find in the right combination in nature… and they get sick or they die.

It makes economical (money) sense to keep the animals healthy: no money in a sick or dead animal…

I have learned this more than 20 years ago.

Then it took me 20 years to really do enough about it for it to matter for my own health.

Because… some stuff you eat makes it impossible for the nutrients to reach your blood, your cells… and your expensive supplements, or expensive good food does you no good. Those food are on every picture, every food chart… recommended by the USDA… or whatever and whoever is at the root of destroying our health.

I am not sure how to call it… but to me it seems that as a humanity we are very moronic, hard headed, and stubborn about knowing what is good for us. 1

For the first time in history, US life expectancy is declining. 2

I am not surprised. If you are… hell, you’ll find out that you have been moronic… lol.

But that is not bad news: you can go from moronic to brilliant easily: I’ll tell you how.

But before I go there, let me share with you a few recent observations:

  • I started to go to yoga classes, in addition to my more vigorous exercise class.The yoga teacher is recovering from a high-speed car accident. I secretly muscle tested if she has the nutrients in her diet to get well. She doesn’t. So no amount of medical treatment will get her well, unless she provides her body with the complete nutrient regimen, daily… Because you cannot heal the body, the body can heal itself… if and when given the right food and the right life style.
  • Recently a lot of healers contact me for the “starting point measurements” special. All of them are hovering on the border of sick… dehydrated…When I give them the feedback, they don’t understand how that is possible: they are vegan, vegetarian, or eat only organic.They are suffering from severe nutritional deficiencies, especially mineral deficiencies.
  • Yesterday, on the van ride to the supermarket, I was forced to endure the constant inane chatter of two old men as they spoke about food, about deep frying, and what oil is best for that.My family turned into a high blood pressure family when advertising touted that cooking with oils is better for you than cooking with animal fat.Cooking oils do one thing, and they do it well: they block some minerals from being absorbed in the gut. Instant circulatory disease… Makes money for the makers, and makes even more money for the medical doctors.
  • Most doctors don’t know and don’t want to know about nutrition. I wish they were willing to be two-faced: feed themselves properly, even if they destroy the health of their patients.But no, they prefer to be cripples, and die before their time.Why? I think it’s arrogance… or said in a better way: lack of humility.

    Humility is the ability to say: I don’t know. I don’t know this, and I am willing to learn.

    It is the second most missing capacity: right after courage deficiency.

    Courage is the willingness to be wrong, the willingness to make a wrong step, the willingness to fail.

    The opposite of courage is doing the same thing the same way, hoping that you’ll stay well.

    It is unusual, I know, to bring up courage and humility in a conversation about health… but they do belong here. Because lack of humility and lack of courage is what keeps people tethered to what doesn’t work.

  • Tasty foods that actively degrade your health. Tasty foods that actively make you weak, mentally, emotionally, and physically.The two old dudes on the van: sissy boys. Can’t take feedback, can’t shut up, can’t take life. But swear that they know everything about food and how to eat well.

Stupid as the stupid does, and having no courage to change, having no humility to even confront the fact that you’ve been doing the wrong things is doing and insisting on doing the wrong things.

You came here, to my site, to raise your vibration.

Spiritually, intellectually, emotionally you are not even in that game. I cannot even start working with most of you.

Why? Because you cannot raise anything spiritual, emotional, or intellectual unless your body is healthy or at least healthy enough to be in this game.

Because I can measure vibration, health number, hydration in a jiffy… really fast, I can tell you that the connection and the correlation in those numbers is so convincing, I have stopped offering training in raising your vibration… and am refusing to work with someone who isn’t actively improving their health.

  • Some people I watch have recently descended to a place where they are literally can’t think straight, and are barely able to meet the challenges of their lives.When I measure them: their health dropped to 10% or under.How did it happen? They traveled and ate and lived with family for a little while.

    And when they returned home, by that time their body was so depleted, their brain was so foggy, they didn’t even have the energy to turn back to eating the right things, and taking the right supplements.

Supplements… I know. You don’t want to take supplements.

I am with you there… but you have to choose. Fully provide your body with the daily essential nutrients and start healing, and rising in all aspects of life: health, wealth, love and happiness… or not.

There is, literally no chance that you can get all you need, nutritionwise, from your food. The soils are depleted, the food is grown with chemicals, the plants grow faster than they can absorb the minerals.

If farmers need to supplement their animals’ diet with nutrients, do you think you’d think of doing the same?

If the factory farming is designed to raise animals just until they can be slaughtered… sick, can’t even walk, covered with bad stuff inside and out (just watch the Food, Inc movie!) then do you think the animal’s flesh, milk, fat will be nutritious enough for you?

Stupid as the stupid does.

I don’t care what you do… unless you say you want to raise your vibration. Then I do care.

I care to tell you that wanting won’t do it for you. That wishing, hoping, praying for anything won’t do you any good.

Get well. Get hydrated.

I literally don’t know of anyone, or any test that can tell you want nutrient you are deficient in, what you need to supplement.

No blood test for that.

Even Dr. Joel Wallach can only tell you to take all 90 ($180 a month) because he doesn’t know what you are lacking… until you get really sick.

They he can tell you want nutritional deficiency made you sick…

But I can use muscle testing to test you against all 90 nutrients, and also test you for allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances.

Sometimes it is sufficient to remove the food you are allergic, sensitive to, or intolerant to.

All these three conditions make your inner skin break out in rashes, through which you would absorb nutrients, so you can’t absorb any or much or what you eat or take. So eliminating the rash results on you being able to benefit from what you put in your mouth.

And then there is the yeast… that makes you crave stuff that is bad for you, makes you crazy, moody, and dumb.

For most of you the changes required to get well are dramatic. And require you to learn new skills… like being able to cook tasty, delicious food with just a few clean ingredients…

I have a student who, very astutely, is now training herself to be able to do it for people, and maybe even teach people to do it for themselves.

I have a natural talent for cooking. And I have been experimenting for 60 years. I cooked my first three course meal at age eight.

But I don’t like to teach cooking. I don’t like to clean up my kitchen to be able to record myself doing it.

I’d rather that someone else does that.

I may be willing to teach one person… one-on-one, but not groups… That is not for me.

I know you need it. Because enjoying your food is half the battle.

Food you don’t enjoy won’t give you its nutrients. The body will refuse to digest it.

Dutiful in health won’t cut it.

OK, what can you do, how can I help, if you feel ready to get well?

OK, because it is my reputation that is on the line, because your attitude can put me to jail, because I only want to work one-on-one with people who will do what I recommend they do, I am very selective.

But I am willing to do some of what I normally do:

Step 1: get your starting point measurements. It will do two things: convince you that you need to change. And inform me about your attitude.

Step 2: if your attitude is not dangerous for me, I am able and willing to do the nutritional assessment part of the health consultation: I don’t need to talk to you for that.

It shows what nutrients you are deficient in, how and what supplements will solve the issue. Your food allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances. Your gut flora evaluation (yeast). Your best approach to enjoy your food. It’s a type…

If you supplement as I recommend, avoid foods I recommend you avoid, you’ll be halfway to getting well, smarter, calmer, sleep better, live better, relate better.

Step 3: if you want to go all the way and get totally well, I’ll have a one-on-one video conference with you, and I’ll provide you with a detailed food list: food you can eat.

Obviously I will let you pay for a step only if you passed the previous one…

Here is the Starting Point Measurement test. It’s $15, and includes

1. your vibration (1-1000)
2. your overall intelligence, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, body, relationship, etc.
3. the number of spiritual capacities you have
4. your soul correction (your machine) I need your date of birth for this
5. do you have attachments?
6. the level of your health (1-100)
7. the level of your cell hydration (1-100)
8. your relationship to feedback and instruction

Here is the link to pay with paypal or with a credit card

Click to get your Starting Point Measurements Report

Don’t forget: I need a recent picture of you and your date of birth. If you forget… I’ll email you to remind you.

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  1. When you are sick, dumb and broke, your tendency to want to make your own decisions increases 10-fold.

    Why? Because your vibration is too low to see that only humility will help you.

    You can’t see that all the decisions you make while so low, are going to keep you low.

  2. Life Expectancy In U.S. Drops For First Time In Decades, Report Finds

    by Rob Stein

    One of the fundamental ways scientists measure the well-being of a nation is tracking the rate at which its citizens die and how long they can be expected to live. So the news out of the federal government Thursday is disturbing: The overall U.S. death rate has increased for the first time in a decade, according to an analysis of the latest data. And that led to a drop in overall life expectancy for the first time since 1993, particularly among people younger than 65. “This is a big deal,” says Philip Morgan, a demographer at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill who was not involved in the new analysis.

    “There’s not a better indicator of well-being than life expectancy,” he says. “The fact that it’s leveling off in the U.S. is a striking finding.” Now, there’s a chance that the latest data, from 2015, could be just a one-time blip. In fact, a preliminary analysis from the first two quarters of 2016 suggests that may be the case, says Robert Anderson, chief of the mortality statistics branch at the National Center for Health Statistics, which released the new report. Anderson says government analysts are awaiting more data before reaching any definitive conclusions. “We’ll have to see what happens in the second half of 2016,” he says.

    Still, he believes the data from 2015 are worth paying attention to. Over that year, the overall death rate increased from 724.6 per 100,000 people to 733.1 per 100,000. While that’s not a lot, it was enough to cause the overall life expectancy to fall slightly. That’s only happened a few times in the past 50 years. The dip in 1993, for example, was due to high death rates from AIDS, flu, homicide and accidental deaths that year.

    On average, the overall life expectancy, for someone born in 2015, fell from 78.9 years to 78.8 years. The life expectancy for the average American man fell two-tenths of a year — from 76.5 to 76.3. For women, it dropped one-tenth — from 81.3 to 81.2 years.

    “It’s remarkable,” Morgan says. “There are lots of things about this that are unexpected.” Most notably, the overall death rate for Americans increased because mortality from heart disease and stroke increased after declining for years. Deaths were also up from Alzheimer’s disease, respiratory disease, kidney disease and diabetes. More Americans also died from unintentional injuries and suicide. In all, the decline was driven by increases in deaths from eight of the top 10 leading causes of death in the U.S.

    “When you see increases in so many of the leading causes of death, it’s difficult to pinpoint one particular cause as the culprit,” Anderson says.

    The obesity epidemic could be playing a role in the increase in deaths from heart disease, strokes, diabetes and possibly Alzheimer’s. It could also be that doctors have reached the limit of what they can do to fight heart disease with current treatments.

    The epidemic of prescription opioid painkillers and heroin abuse is probably fueling the increase in unintentional injuries, Arun Hendi, a demographer at Duke University, wrote in an email. The rise in drug abuse and suicide could be due to economic factors causing despair.

    “Clearly, that could be related to the economic circumstances that many Americans have experienced in the last eight years, or so, since the recession,” says Irma Elo, a sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania. Whatever the cause, the trend is concerning, especially when the death rate is continuing to drop and life expectancy is still on the rise in most other industrialized countries. “It’s pretty grim,” says Anne Case, an economist at Princeton University studying the relationship between economics and health.

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