By Bill Hemmer
Mary Frost, in her book, Going Back to the Basics of Human Health states there are three basic reasons for us to have poor health as a direct result of our dietary advice we have all received over the last 100 years.
- The harm that has been done to our food before it gets to us.
- Synthetic vitamins taken as supplements.
- A low-fat, low-protein, high-carbohydrate diet.
How has Our Food been harmed?
She goes on to tell the story about:
- The depletion and demineralization of our soil.
- How our food supply is contaminated with pesticides, herbicides and fungicides.
- The chemicalization of our food supply by enriching, persevering and over-processing.
- The contamination of our water by pesticides and fluoridation.
All of these factors combine to make our food today much less nutritious than in any other time in human history. In 2007, you would need to consume 65 cups of spinach to equal the amount of iron you would have got from one cup back in 1945. An orange contained 5 mg of the natural vitamin C complex today. It contained 50 mg back in 1950.
So, is it any wonder you are having trouble fighting infections, losing weight, having enough energy and living a healthy life while you are trying to get your daily nutrients from just your food?
I’m sure you are thinking to yourself, “why hasn’t anybody told me this before?’ I have been specially trained to understand and provide you with all the information and support you will need to be guided out of this trap and back to health. You just have to be willing to fight against the social grain and follow through with what you say you really want to do.
In order to feed your body, you will need to supplement your diet with specific vitamins, minerals and herbs that are not found in significant amounts in your food. But just like our food supply, over the last 80 years, the supplement industry has stripped whole organic vitamin and mineral complexes from nature and packaged them into cheap, concentrated parts of vitamins and minerals your body has never experienced before.
Can you wonder what happen to the US population?
A University of Florida studied male sperm counts over the last eighty years. In 1929, the average male sperm count in the U.S. was 100 million sperm per ml. By 1973 the sperm count had dropped to 60 million. In 1980 the count had dropped the 20 million. This trend has continued to get worse over the last 15 years and male infertility issues continue to rise at alarming rates.
This is why we only use whole food vitamins and mineral complexes. Your body knows exactly what to do with these substances because they have been in nature for thousands of years.