In our daily lives, there is excessive toxic exposure in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the foods we eat and also the amount of stress our body undergoes and recovers from. With this increase, our internal systems have an overwhelming amount of work to do to keep the body working properly so that a build up of toxins doesn't occur and cause disease. Cleansing the body has become an important part of the way we live today.
Taking responsibility starts with bringing yourself back to your roots. Where did your ancestors come from? What did they eat? How did they live their lives? I understand that it is impossible to go back in time, but imagine following a similar lifestyle that was free of cancer and heart disease? Free of mental illness (not caused by trauma or fear)? It starts with food and lifestyle.
I am making a note in my journal of life to TEACH THIS INFORMATION TO MY DAUGHTERS (and sons too, probably). It is interesting to me that females are taught, in this culture specifically, that having your period is something that you only talk about in health class or quietly under your breath to your girlfriends. Little by little, the taboo subjects are coming out into the open. And it is about time.Read More