Back again. Like vitamins, I'll try one a day. Lots of what I research is genetic specific, meaning some of it is pertaining to my ancestors diet
and conditions they went through that caused changes to some of that junk DNA that influences things in our bodies. A blood type A person, such as I,
has a different diet than a type B person and this requires disassembling the food antigens using time proven recipes to keep you thinking half way
normal and in good health. Normally we have all the food we need for this "automatic craving" system to work. I would suggest that you get a copy
of this book to look at from a friend or library just to investigate what it says. Type blood type diet into you're browser and see if you can
figure it out. Now remember what I say, there are ways to fix this food so we can all eat it and antidotes if we mess up. Cooking destroys some
things in veggies but it also neutralizes most of the problems. That's probably why we cook things. Of course you can't cook lettuce and we need
some veggies raw so we should have an idea what's going on. Along with this blood type problem there are hereditary problems that require other
considerations. There are metabolism differences in people that need consideration. This necessitates researching things and trying to figure how it
all fits together in you and with those who are also related to you.
If we mess up long term in our diet or take meds that cause sickness, then a backup copy of our genes may be taken out of our cells and used to
replace the problematic Genes. If we screw up again the Mitochondrial copy is used. Strike three, next time it's see you on the other side. Ok, so
you screw up and your backup copy is in place. Now you are dealing with an older copy of your genetics and your diet needs will be different, maybe
like your parents or grandparents. You will have lost the ability to eat as big of a variety of foods as you did before. Now, if you can't sense
things are changing and you are stubborn, you will mess it up again. "I can eat that, I've eaten it all my life" now may not apply. This change
happens to most people as they age but is not understood by most. Simply not being stubborn and avoiding the food or just eating it less often is
acceptable. I can only try to explain what I have assembled from others and try to combine it to find cures, not treatments for diseases, I can go
on an on with some of this but I am just trying to show you that sometimes dietary changes are needed after eating these survival foods for a while to
get back to normal. What good is surviving something if you have gone looney or are too sick or weak to want to live on.
Learn the properties of Dandelions. They are a very good diuretic and and also help some organs in the body by various ways. Remember that taking
diuretic foods regularly can cause constipation and in turn cause liver toxins to be reabsorbed. Keeping these kind of things alternating in your
diet when food storage is being used used. In case you unforseenly mess up, purchase some Psyllium husks or Metamucil and another case of toilet
paper for your pantry. I think of everything.
Learn the properties of Yarrow, another important medicinal plant out there. I don't know if you can buy Yarrow, I see it all over around here. It
has many uses
Learn about Holy thistle. This picker bush along with some of it's cousins can help restore liver and kidney function after they get damaged. The
chemical in Holy thistle is used by medical professionals to help restore the liver. Of course it's not called Holy Thistle, they made a drug out of
it. Holy Thistle can be gotten from almost any health store. Watch for allergies to it though, some people can't use it. Don't screw up and get
Blessed Thistle or all you'll get is bigger breasts
Look up Plantain and study it's properties. It's a weed in most peoples yards. AKA whitemans foot it came over from Europe.
Burdock root is another survival food and actually can be an antidote for a few things that may occur. It can make a tasty coffee like beverage Ive
read because it contains caffeic acid. I tried the Burdock but haven't tried roasting it yet to make it so it can be ground. All you need is a
little caffeine to add to it. Read about it and you will learn.
Stock enough coffee, it's not going to be a good time to quit coffee if SHTF. No time to quickly get rid of any bad habits so stock up for a
transition period and force the transition to occur slowly if you know you're going to run out. Keep yourself from having withdrawals during times
of emergency if possible but don't start getting drunk either. Keep focused on the future, not an event that's ongoing. If a person looses desire
to live, energy levels decrease and weaken the cells. If a person gets stressed the stress causes erratic electric signals in the brain which forms
out of balance chemistry to form.