Health isn't about covering up symptoms
Everyone asks me how to get healthy. The only way to heal your body is to learn how it works. Your belief systems have made you and are keeping you sick. If we take what we learned when we were 4 n 6 n 10 n re-examine those “truths” against science we come up with very different answers than the ones we thought were true. Most of the beliefs we carry we learned in our childhood, when things we learned were just absolutes.. we didn’t have adult reason to deduce truth or experiences to measure new info against. We learned that milk does a body good, our diets should be mostly grains and our dna decides our life. You learned that the Dr was the expert on your body and that vaccines were vital. You learned that you took pepto for a tummy ache and Tylenol for a headache ( do you know how many Tylenol related deaths happen yearly??? ) Or that it depletes glutathione?? Making your blood brain barrier (what’s designed to protect your brain from toxins getting in) permeable? Do you know what Glutathione is?? And why the heck didn’t they teach us about THAT in school??? My point is, is that no one can act upon something that they don’t believe. The only way to change those things is to question what you think you know. If you’re operating on a belief that is just plain wrong your results can never be right.
Here’s an example. My 9 1/2 year old son found a bag of organic raw cane sugar in the freezer (I’d picked up to make pickles) he printed out a skull n crossbones n taped it on the bag... that’s how I found it (he did it completely on his own lol). Needless to say I chose another recipe (sour mustard is Daddy’s favorite anyway) without sugar. Same principle I mentioned. I’ve taught him at an absolute age that sugar is poison.. I’ve gone a step further by giving him all the science research and data .. now that he’s 9 1/2...but when he was six it was just my say so and he wasn't as sure lol. Until recently when he started learning the whys.. now it’s HIS BELIEF.. and it’s a beautiful thing. Teach your children that being healthy is their responsibility and that it starts with each bite they put into their mouth. It’s not your job as a parent to tantalize their taste buds ( and train them to crave poison) it’s your job to teach them how this machine of theirs works and if you don’t know how it’s time to learn!
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