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P. 52 – “Constant hunger is the body’s call for building materials that it can use to restore itself. When you eat, the body works for hours to extract nutrients, and when it turns out there is nothing useful in the food, your body has used up even more of its precious resources for little or nothing in return. It is like constantly mining for gold without ever hitting pay dirt. There are huge piles of useless waste material everywhere as evidence of how much work was done, but eventually the mining company goes bankrupt. The same thing happens to the body. It has chewed and dug its way through all kinds of food, waste accumulates in every cell and tissue, interfering with function, and effort to continue rebuilding eventually go bankrupt because the body never hits the equivalent of pay dirt, which is the nutrition it really needs.”
P. 81 – “European missionaries carried the white man’s diet around the world with them, becoming a potent wedge between people and the feeding traditions they had evolved over thousands of years. Everywhere they went, disruption of indigenous lives followed. People who depended on the continuation of their food traditions for maintenance of their high level of immunity were forced out of their sustaining routines, into schools and churches, and onto barren soils. They were fed Western foods right along with Western religions. The result was confusion, disease, psychological malaise, and death everywhere the missionaries went. Today, we do not have missionaries to contend with, we have marketing departments. A great deal of misinformation has been generated by marketing programs designed to get sales moving for a product. Once the misinformation gets out there, we build on it, creating a labyrinth of wrong turns in terms of our diet. If we do not correct these, we simply will not survive.”