Monday, May 18, 2015
The Problem with Cooking
Not only does heating or firing food make it unhealthy, but it creates pollution and addiction as well. Heat changes the structure of food to one your body has difficulty recognizing or processing - hence all the sickness and digestive disorders that follow. But that's only the beginning. Cooking your food chases the life force out of it: that tempting aroma cooking produces is the sweet life force itself escaping from the fiery hell the food is being subjected to. Your human spirit reacts the same way when you are tortured or about to die - it starts to leave the body. The aroma of cooked food may be highly pleasant but it creates an olfactory addiction to it, not only for yourself but for others around you as well. The problem is when you eat the food it's practically dead and you don't get everything you're supposed to get and this creates deficiencies in the body. Finally, cooked or processed food takes time to prepare and requires utensils and appliances and produces a lot of trash, most of it unrecyclable. Natural food, on the other hand, is already cooked by the sun, is ready to eat, requires no utensils or appliances, produces compostable residue, and best of all - it's good for you. Unfortunately, we've become so addicted to the smells and tastes of cooked or heated foods that to abandon them and adopt a raw natural diet is unthinkable for most of us. Yet it is the only solution. We must wean ourselves out of cooked and processed foods slowly but surely if we are to save both ourselves and the planet. It will require reeducation and personal effort and may be painful at first, but the rewards will far outweigh this. It can be delicious as well. Start converting to a raw organic diet today. You'll be happy you did.