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Backyard project complete.... - Well it took 4.5 years to get to this point and to have our backyard just as we had hoped...a casual family friendly place, a space to hang out, lounge a...
*Consider that the hydrochloric acid in the human stomach is only 1/20th the strength of that found in carnivores. Carnivores require the stronger acid to process the flesh they consume. Human hydrochloric acid is designed for plant food, which means it can’t fully process flesh. Furthermore, our intestines are 12 times the length of our body, whereas carnivores have intestines three times the length of their body. This is important because once a carnivore digests its prey, the remains needs to be quickly flushed through to prevent putrification (rotting). On the other hand, when humans eat meat, the combination of weak stomach acid and long intestines means putrification occurs throughout the digestive system, which can, and often does, lead to disease. Plant food, however, requires the longer journey to properly break down the fats, proteins, complex carbohydrates and nutrients. (original article here)
Anderson exposes the failings of conventional cancer treatments and how the medical establishment and the cancer industry wildly - and deceptively - exaggerate the benefits of treatments. Interviews with people who have beaten the disease demonstrate how cancer can be successfully healed with dietary treatments and natural supplementation. Participants in the film include: T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., The China Study;Brian Clement, Ph.D., Hippocrates Health Institute; Brenda Cobb, The Living Foods Institute; Mirea Ellis, The Kushi Institute; Charlotte Gerson, The Gerson Institute and many more.
Or do you suppose that the Scripture is speaking to no purpose that says, The Spirit Whom He has caused to dwell in us yearns over us and He yearns for the Spirit [to be welcome] with a jealous love? (James 4:5, Amplified Bible)I'm still learning to grasp the concept that the Holy Spirit has deeply profound emotions. Meditating on that will be life-changing.
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