Sunday, January 8, 2012

People Have Individual Needs When it Comes to Diet

Hasn't everyone heard that? We all need a special diet that is cusomized to our needs. Of course everyone is different. We have different genetic backgrounds and experiences.

There are 4 or 5 blood types in humans. This has already been exploited by authors who write books that describe special diets for each blood type. Cows have about 800 different blood types.

Has anyone seen cows eating anything other than grasses in nature? I'm not talking about a factory farm or feedlot where the animals are crowded in a small area and are fed tons of antibiotics and feed that consists of the leftovers from other industries.

I'm talking about cows on an open field or pasture. They all eat the same thing, grass. Why would humans who have 5 blood types have to each eat a different diet when cows have over 800 and eat the same diet?

Then there are races. We have about 6 or 7 main races such as Caucasians, Asians, Negros, Hispanics, and the American Indians, to name a few. Do these races determine what these people should eat?

Actually these races are geographically from different parts of the world and there are certain foods that seem to be more popular in these parts of the world. This doesn't have any meaning as to what diet these people need to eat to be at their best and to thrive, it's just the diet that the people usually and customarily eat in the part of the world they come from.

Some people believe that a person's diet depends on his or her career. For example a weight lifter needs a different diet than a person who works in an office all day.

Maybe the weight lifter needs more calories overall than a person who sits at a desk all day but the nutrients and the ratios of the macro and micronutrients are the same. The weight lifter will simply eat larger quantities of the same food to thrive and stay in shape and be able to lift weights.

If there are different diets for different people then there would also be different air for different people. Some people would thrive more on air from the stratosphere than from the surface of the earth. Some people would thrive more on air from a congested city than from a pristine forest.

In reality all humans thrive when they get the freshest and cleanest air with the highest proportion of oxygen. This is a fact. It doesn't matter which part of the world they come from nor what their blood type is.

If humans all do the best on the same kind of air they also do best on the same diet. This diet that all humans thrive on is a diet composed of fresh, whole, raw, ripe and organic fruits and vegetables.

Get your diet as close to the human diet as possible and you will exceed even your own expectations on all facets of your life.

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