How Is Any Food Product Going to Affect Your Body?
June 30, 2018
In the past 2 weeks I have been dealing with my website being hacked. Literally, someone targeted this Vegan site to destroy it. I have spent hundreds of dollars to get it working again and to clean up the virus. I’m amazed that someone would feel that this small website would do harm to anyone. I can’t imagine who would want to target me, in particular; but, it happened nonetheless.
I wanted to let you know, because I assume that if someone is trying to shut you down, you are probably sharing information that is important. A whistleblower I am not, I don’t believe. However, I do want to get helpful information to the public about health and vegan lifestyles. If that scares factory farms and the other sites that promote anti-vegan health, than bring it on. My site is complete secure now.
Today’s blog is about listening to your inner wisdom and, also, a simple correction about my blog—two weeks ago—about #hexane in your soy products
I have been assured by multiple people that #hexane is used in soy products like any fuel is used to heat a product. #Hexane is never mixed into the product or used as an additive. The only risk of #hexane getting into the product is by the fumes, which is possible. However, I’m told that the amount that can seep into any soy protein products is so minimal that it is almost immeasurable. I have no actually scientific study to back-up this information, so take it with a grain of salt.
Albeit, we still should always stay aware of any faction that seeks to taint vegan products’ reputation that, first, to help packagers realize that we are watching and, second, because if we feel our body rejects the product by having digestion problems, we should stay clear of eating it.
It doesn’t matter to me what the packaging says on a product. If I eat it and feel poorly, I stop eating it. Not every body needs the same vitamins and minerals. This is why you must stay aware and clear-minded when it comes to your health and diet. No one can direct you to the perfect path.
As even Jesus says, “Physician, heal yourself!” Your senses and feelings are your own physician, you must always pay attention to what you feel, when you’re feeling it.
Often I’ll go to the store and put a beautiful vegetable near my stomach. If my body draws closer to the vegetable, I assume that the answer is that I need the vitamins and minerals from it. If my body moves away from it, I don’t buy it, even if it is fresh and looks perfect. Every day, every moment, we need certain elements in our body to help it function better. That’s what hunger and intuition is for. If you don’t clear your mind of negative sugars, salts, fatty foods and dense proteins, you will never have a clear enough perspective to see what is good and right for you. The process I describe above is called kinesiology.
Remember, for instance, if you are addicted to sugar, you will crave it because theyeast inside your bodyacts as a hunger trigger. So, negatives can mimic positive things. So, clearing your body and mind of things that are proven to cause diabetes, heart disease, and organ problems is the first way to get yourself ready to listen to the innate function of the inner physician that lives in all of us.