Humans are physiologically designed

more as a frugavores (fruit-eaters). 


fruit

Lifefood is food that retains a semblance to its ancient ancestor and correlates more directly to our physiology. For establishing and maintaining health, one will eat food that has its “vital electrics “ intact. The strong electrical Lifeforce in Lifefood is  biophotonic (light-emitting) and can be noted in kirlian photography.


Lifefood is food of which “a cousin can be found growing wild in nature” can reproduce itself. It encompasses mostly fruit, botanically defined as the fruiting body of a flower (most vegetables are also defined within botany as fruits).

Lifefood includes cucumber, broccoli, pepper, avocado, nut, zucchini, melon and squash. Sea vegetable, herb, algae, tree honey, buckwheat, cauliflower, seed and many other foods still retain much of their wild nature and are also considered Lifefood.


cabbage cooked_and_uncooked
Lifefood is uncooked, keeping its Lifeforce 
(kept below 120 F) 
and is prepared in a way that is easy to digest. Cooking food denatures food by changing its hydrogen bonds and causing that material to significantly  change its 3 dimensional structure. In colloidal systems, the proteins are made of colloids  which are wound spherically. Heat applied to these systems unwinds them, causing them to become congealed, coagulated and hydrophobic. Electrons are then spun off and cause that material to become more postively charged.  Hydrogen  is the carrier of spare electrons, which in the body, are required to run the whole body electrics. Cooking food thus robs it of its spare electrons and its biophotonic Lifeforce.


apples on_a_treeLifefood can be found growing wild, and easily reproduces itself in nature
This definition of Lifefood other than includes hybridized varieties of food such as wheat, rice, corn, date, carrot, beet, banana and seedless fruit. That food has such a limited biophotonic force that it only survives within a farmers protection, often requiring the use of toxin to guard the plant against mold, fungi and yeast. Such a food conveys to the body a very limited vitality. Those substances, in their modern form, are more of a human development. Their development through the process of selection is relatively new, compared to the eons of time recorded in the development of the human species.


Paciferin in Lifefood eco-steralizes against mold

Lifefood has retained its genetic integrity, can easily reproduce itself and contains natural paciferin that ecosteralizes against fungus and yeast. Other food that has been hybridized and monocropped tends to other than have this natural vitamin like property within itself. The natural paciferin in lifefood transfers its ability to eco-sterilize against mold, fungus and yeast to us.


 













Celiac and adverse psychological condition resulting from eating wheat, corn and diary.


Lifefood produces an aliesthetic response - a biochemical taste change that occurs on the tongue when one no longer needs a particular nutrient. This occurs naturally with Lifefood.


deadfoodLifefood is other than Living Food, Raw Food or Dead (Cooked) Food.

Lifefood is other than flesh(meat), diary and other animal product in dead (cooked and processed) food.

Raw Food and Living Food programs contain banana, beet, carrot, cane, corn, pineapple, cashew, peanut and wheatgrass and grains and beans such as soy, chickpea, black bean, kidney bean, adzuki bean, lima bean and soy products (nama shoyu, aminos, miso, tamari).

Runaway Sugars

Raw Food and Living Food programs have other than taken into account the presence of runaway sugars which cannot be recognized nor managed by the liver and thereby raise insulin response. Hybridized food tends to contain disaccharide sugars, which cannot be recognized nor managed by the liver, raising insulin response.



cashew has_a_pinduckleUndigestible Protein

Raw Food and Living Food programs have other than taken into account the presence of strange undigestible protein: gluten, gliadin, glutenen, casein (and others) in wheat, corn, rice, rye, barley, spelt, oats and raw milk. Also, corn also contains some 25 strains of fungi. The cashew and peanut in Raw Food and Living Food containundigestible protein and some 27 strains of fungi. Cashew is a peduncle (other than a nut) and is found in nature with a poisonous covering intending to prevent one from eating that portion of the cashew fruit by providing an painful, stinging reaction upon touching it.

 

calcium phosphorus_ratio
Calcium-Phosphorus Ratio

Human mothers milk contains a calcium/phosphorus ratio of 5 parts calcium to 2 parts phosphorus. Lifefood fits naturally to this ratio and is a low phosphate diet. The sprouted beans and grains in Raw and Living food programs contain high amounts of phosphate.



Lifefood is sustainable

Lifefood primarily grows on a fruit capable of producing shade. This is the foundation for permanent agriculture, maintaining abundant mineral and water in the soil. Healthy soil, healthy people. Healthy people, healthy society.

Be kind and allowing

Be kind and allowing with your choices, soft and gentle with yourself and others. Walk lightly on the earth.
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