5 Keys to Health, Healing, and Happiness Part 2 


Do you need to eat? I could also ask it this way: Do you need to eat? Most people do, with the exception of a small minority, called the Breatharian, who have learned to nourish themselves with frequencies, i.e. with the energy of the sun and the earth.

I am not a Breatharian. I enjoy food too much. How about you?

Let’s continue with the high-performance vehicle metaphor we used in Part 1. Your body, your vehicle, needs high energy fuel, which means REAL food. You would NOT put vinegar or canola oil in your car, would you?

What is real food, real fuel?

It’s what you can grow in a garden, pick in the wild like berries, greens, mushrooms and medicinal herbs, as well as pasture raised animals and wild fish, for people who need animal proteins. A pizza does not grow in a garden. Cookies cannot be found in the wild. Caged animals and farm-raised fish contain lots of toxins and put a high burden on your body. In other words, those are low energy fuels.

Think of it like this: everything in this universe is made of energy vibrating at different frequencies (we’ll return to frequencies in Part 6). Frequencies have colors and sounds. Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, was able to “give a sound” to foods. Healthy foods have harmonious sounds. Insecticides, pesticides, artificial colors and flavors emit very discordant sounds, which weaken the body.

Kirlian Photography

With Kirlian photography, we can see the aura or the luminescence around everything, including food. You can see it on Google Images: search for “Kirlian photography of food”. You will see that commercially grown food has less energy than organic food; cooked food has less energy than raw food. The energy field around the hand of a person using predominantly healthy, organic food is brighter and wider than the field of a person eating junk food. For a high-performance body, choose high energy food!

Eat food with a variety of tastes, like sweet, salty, sour, bitter, astringent and pungent, with different colors, putting green first, then red, orange, yellow… beware of white (no refined products; cauliflower and jicama are ok), and with an assortment of textures such as soft, crunchy, smooth and chewy. Eat in a relaxing, natural environment, at a beach, a mountain meadow, by a sparkling brook, or simply in a park). It will be most nourishing. Beauty and harmony benefit more than just your body. It is a balm to your soul.

To stay healthy, eat fuel appropriate for your age

Did you know that foods act differently in your body depending on your age? It’s called pleomorphism. Depending on your age, you may have noticed that, although you eat the same foods, and keep exercising, you start gaining weight after a certain age. It usually changes between 45-50 years old.

Some genes get triggered at that age to get you off the planet, whether with cancer, diabetes or a heart attack. Your body’s repair mechanism slows down as well. Are you ready to go? Cheer up! It’s possible to trick these genes with healthy foods. One of the first things to diminish is sweets, whether sugars or fruits. 

I tend to favor a ketogenic diet for many conditions, as well as to stop the clock from running too fast.

Where to start? What’s most important?

1. Hydrate yourself with the best water you can find. Get a filter that will remove fluoride, chlorine and all the pharmaceutical products that get dumped in the toilet. Stay away from plastic bottled water.

How much water? It depends on your activity, the season, your location, etc. Drink enough so that your urine is pale yellow.

2. Cheap oils clog the membrane of your cells, preventing nutrients from getting in and toxins from getting out. It is believed to be one of the primary causes of aging. High-quality oils are more expensive but well worth the investment. Stay away from commercial oils.

Personally, I use coconut oil or butter to cook, and a good brand of olive oil for salads.

3. Greatly reduce or better, totally eliminate all refined sugars. Better choices are raw honey, coconut sugar, monk fruit, and Stevia (only Sweet Leaf seems to make an unadulterated Stevia product).

4. Read labels. Anything that does not sound natural is probably not. Stay away from it. Vote with your money, make it a conscious choice. If people stopped buying junk food, corporations would stop manufacturing them.

5. Even though you are at the top of the game when it comes to food, you will eventually experience a build-up of toxins, which need to be flushed out. If you are not used to cleansing your body internally, do it very slowly and carefully. Some detox programs have proven to be fatal. If in doubt, consult a health professional.

6. When the warning light comes on in your car, you do not cover it up. Why do it with symptoms, which are often warning signals? Headache? Reach for the painkiller. Vision problems? A pair of glasses. Acid reflux? Antacids. Depression or anxiety? Antidepressants and anxiolytics. There are usually more natural ways to take care of a challenge.

7. Your body wants to be healthy. It is trying to communicate with you, using symptoms. Will you listen? It could come from an accumulation of toxins, food sensitivity or the aftermath of a traumatic experience. Remove the cause, so it does not have to scream louder and louder to be heard.

8. Your body needs movement, lots of movement. Sitting at a desk for long periods of time is detrimental to your body. If you find yourself in this situation, make sure that you get up often to stretch and move around. Your performance will improve. Take every opportunity to walk, climb stairs, dance, swim… whatever you enjoy doing. Do it alone or with a group. The importance is to move… preferably in natural settings.

9. Your body needs nature. You can recharge your energy simply by standing bare feet on the earth. The sun is a catalyst for enzymes and vitamins. Walking bare feet on a grassy meadow or sandy beach at sunrise or sunset offers many health benefits. 

Treating your body like you would a high-performance vehicle will allow you to enjoy many years of vibrant health and perfect weight.

10. We are social beings. Intimate relationships are important, as well as good relationships with family and/or friends. Unless you feel called to be a hermit, find people to join in activities you enjoy, be it a sport, going to the movies or at the theater, a book or hiking club. 

Have you heard about Meetup.com? When I get to a new city, I check what groups are available, so I can meet people who engage in activities I also enjoy.

Life is meant to be enjoyed and savored. Find what energies resonate with your own.

Stay tuned for Part 3, on Emotional Freedom and Mastery.

Danielle J. Duperret, ND/PhD

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