posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 02:40 PM
reply to post by daskakik
I agree with that. No one should be consumed with worries, but if someone is consumed with pain or worries, they should start looking at their
At the gym last night, in a casual conversation with a nutritionist/trainer/lecturer, I said something, and he said it was similar to a part of one of
his lectures. I said, "People should take care to evaluate each and everything they put into their mouths. If they drink it, or eat it, it should
serve some purpose that they recognize. If it isn't going into your body for some specific purpose, then it doesn't need to be there." He said he
often advises clients and mentions in lectures to just sit outside a Walmart, or a McDonalds and observe the people. Decide if you want to look and
feel the way they look and feel. If that is ok with you, then go inside, buy your frozen dinners and sweets and sodas. If you are repulsed by the
folks limping in and out of there, then don't do what they are doing. Drive away, go to a fresh food market, buy something leafy, or something
raised on a free-range. Buy something in its natural form.
Each time I go into Walmart, I am reminded why I try to eat healthy. People pausing to catch their breath from walking in from the parking lot.
People riding the little motorized buggies around. People that don't fit into their clothes, or their cars! People that walk with a limp, or have
sores on them, or are wearing back braces, knee braces, wrist braces. People buying pain killers, visiting the pharmacy, or browsing all the miracle
cures in the checkout line magazines.
Our natural health is in a sad state of affairs. It honestly frightens me more than I am willing to admit. I see it happening to my friends and
family and co-workers, and I just want to shake them, and tell them to stop it, come to my house and we'll all eat together. It is very scary.