Is vegetarian diet healthy?

“Long term vegetarian diet changes human DNA raising risk of cancer and heart disease”

According to the Telegraph News,

“Long term vegetarianism can lead to genetic mutations which raise the risk of heart disease and cancer, scientists have found.” Writes  Sarah Knapton.

Populations who have had a primarily vegetarian diet for generations were found to be far more likely to carry DNA which makes them susceptible to inflammation.

“Scientists in the US believe that the mutation occurred to make it easier for vegetarians to absorb essential fatty acids from plants. But it has the knock-on effect of boosting the production of arachidonic acid, which is known to increase inflammatory disease and cancer. When coupled with a diet high in vegetable oils – such as sunflower oil – the mutated gene quickly turns fatty acids into dangerous arachidonic acid.”

Further Sarah states “The finding may help explain previous research which found vegetarian populations are nearly 40 per cent more likely to suffer colorectal cancer than meat eaters, a finding that has puzzled doctors because eating red meat is known to raise the risk.”

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This article is one of many that will soon show up as part of the disclosure that is in progress.

Scientists are puzzled of their findings because they do not understand the correlation and why do vegetarians undergo slow but certain health destruction. Since they do not pay the attention to cellular structure of animals and plants they cannot see the problem so as usually they bark on the wrong tree.

In my previous articles I explain the shielding effect of cellulose and how it protects us from absorbing dietary glucose. Dietary glucose is the culprit and not the arachidonic acid. And genetic changes do not occur in time but immediately. As soon as free glucose finds itself in digestive tract our body has to manipulate it. Since it is not regular item found in food but only in processed and heat treated vegetables and fruits the body has to activate some genes to deal with it. As genes work in pairs, more active gene will rob its paired gene of energy and this way de-power it. Since body has to drastically increase NAGALASE production when handling glucose this will automatically reduce the power of its paired gene that is responsible for GcMAF immune protein production. Basically your immune system becomes noneffective allowing buildup of chronic problems.

Problems start occurring within the cellular structure as the cells are forced to utilize glucose for fuel. This drastically reduces the amount of mitochondria making it impossible for cells to produce enough energy from triglycerides (fat, keton) and this is the pathway to obesity. Many people are sending me e-mails of appreciation because after failing on many diets now fallowing Self healers protocol they finally lost the unwanted pounds and did it without being hungry and suffering.

A lot of e-mail that I receive from vegans and vegetarians ask the same question and that is;”how can I follow Self healers protocol and continue my vegetarian diet?”

Simply, you cannot. Changing the diet is the fundamental change we have to make to be able to regain our health. This does not mean that we have to kill our dog or favorite chicken. Animal protein and fats comes from any kind of animal life. So if you do not want to contribute to the meat industry, go native and eat worms, grasshoppers, termites, sea urchins…. but to be healthy we need animal based saturated fats and animal protein. With it we get all necessary vitamins so fruits and vegetables are not necessity at all. All the minerals required will come with fresh none-refined sea salt so drink plenty of salty water. Of course good fats and animal proteins you can find in eggs and great saturated fat that is not from animals is coconut oil or palmita (palm) oil.

To those people that seek spiritual enlightenment and think that this is impossible if they consume meat, this is not true. The knowledge that comes from India about Ayurveda diet, and that killing animal is a bad spiritual act, this is simply not a truth. Dolphins and whales are spiritually higher consciousness than us and they have no problem eating fish and shrimps. I know  Ayurveda doctor with digestive problems but after experiencing positive changes from changed diet, she refused to go the whole way. Any diet that contains dietary glucose is a bad and unhealthy diet. There is a great problem with diabetes melitus, high blood pressure and heart diseases in India in population that lives on vegetable diets. Same I see here in Tarapoto, Peru where the predominant diet is based on carbohydrates with just a sliver of meat, usually chicken or fish. I would say at least 80 % of population is overweight and high BP,  diabetes and digestive diseases run rampant. And we are not talking about old people. Since dietary glucose changes genetic expression immediately I see health problems with children as old as three years of age being obese and having diabetes and variety of chronic diseases usually found in older people.

As the saying goes “you can take the horse to the water but you cannot make him drink it” I am reporting and you do with this information whatever you want my family. I just hope that it resonates with you and that you will take the sip.

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I love you no matter of what your decision is and I am here to help those that are ready to take the sip.

Your body s healing abilityn

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One comment on “Is vegetarian diet healthy?

  1. Surprised this article has no comments as the subject always bring up a lot of emotions in people (especially vegetariens and vegans naturally! ;o).

    I DO see a big difference between vegetarians and vegans in this subject though! Darko seems to lump it all together in above article, but a (traditional) vegetarien can have plenty of (raw too) free range eggs from chicken, ducks, heck; even from fish(eggs) and, grass fed organic butter, raw milk&kefir from anything from cows to goats Etc. as well other diary goodies (cheeses, yoghurt and so on).

    Obviously; one should strive for those products to be as raw/unprocessed/organic as possible.

    Personally I have bumped up my consumption of especially the raw, organic, free range eggs – (I have a hard time finding anything of the other goodies, but some organic cheese and raw goat milk here in Thailand).

    I ALSO treat myself to sashimi, steak tartar, carpaccio and other raw meats – normally when dining out 2-3 times a wk – using mainly eggs the other days for my raw animal source, so I am personally not a vegetarien.

    Cheers!

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