Do you dust your house or wash your car?
If you don’t, you’ll be hiring contractors and will be in and out of the mechanic because both get quite a build-up of dust, dirt, and toxic chemical residue.
Well, it’s the same with your body.
Our food and living environments are becoming more and more polluted with time, and if we don’t regularly ‘clean’ things up, disease has a perfect environment in which to grow.
Pollution. Plastics. Farm chemicals. Vaccinations.
We’ll all be healthier if we clean up our big cities, farms, and oceans. We are products of our environment.
Humans are progressively becoming more misinformed about the fundamentals of food and eating, and more people are diseased as the result.
Now, we are adding the threat of chemical warfare, pandemics, and mystery inoculations to this state of affairs. Polluted foods, polluted water, polluted air, and polluted lives.
So, where do we go from here?
You clean your house. You change the oil in your car. You sweep the sidewalks. You should clean your body, too.
It’s important to remember that your body has not “kept up” with technology. You certainly shouldn’t eat technology! But that is happening today as a result of the onslaught of manufactured foods, artificial sweeteners, and the threat of pandemics.
This very second, your physical body is without explanation functioning exactly the way human bodies functioned 10,000 years ago. Because we are the same today as in the past, it is critical to eat the same as in years past— centuries past. We need to keep our environments clean to avoid exposure to viruses and other unnatural antigens, and we should support our body’s natural immune system as much as possible.
Today, we have adopted one of the most unnatural lifestyles known to mankind.
Cancer rates and cardiovascular disease in the United States are among the highest in the world, and our dependency on medicine represents the third leading cause of death in the United States – unnecessary surgeries, medication errors in hospitals, infections in hospitals, and the negative effects of drugs.
There are over 70,000 chemicals used in commercial production in the United States today. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has classified 65,000 of them as potentially hazardous to human health.
Over 6,000 new chemicals are tested every week, and more than 14,000 of these chemicals have been approved for and are found in the public food supply. Over 700 chemicals are added to public drinking water, and more than 10,000 other compounds are found in public foods for food processing and storage purposes.
Get out your cleaning supplies. Keep your house dusted, pick up trash on the street and on the beaches, keep your car or truck engine clean, and make sure to keep your body detoxed.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
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