Balkanization and Civil War Loom

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Re: Balkanization and Civil War Loom

Postby Gloominary » Wed Jun 26, 2019 1:57 am

@Mags

..or in these cases, your health neglecting you.. as you have no say in it, for the matter is out of your hands.

I think it's rare we have no say in our health, even some so called terminal illnesses can occasionally be reversed, allopathically and/or naturopathically.
And sometimes they reverse themselves mysteriously.
Illness is almost always a combination of predetermined and autodetermined factors.
Bad genetics make us more vulnerable to many diseases, but I think it's rare bad genetics cause disease, poor diet and lifestyle are usually the culprits.

..or just eat clean and avoid all injectables, otherwise permanent good health will be perpetually out of reach.. although, while under the cell-disrupted influence, the body of some will automatically choose/default to the 'restrictive' option for you.. I think it's called survival mode. ; )

Right if you get sick enough your body will go into calorie restriction mode, with or without your consent, which can help heal you.
I think fasting, cleanses and calorie restrictive diets may be necessary for those in dire straits, before they get to the point of potentially no return, but in general eating clean, eliminating environmental and topical toxins, exercising moderately and avoiding all or most medications all or most of the time, especially vaxx, is usually sufficient.
Fasting can help but of course long periods of fasting, especially for people with compromised constitutions, can be harmful, even fatal.
It's also not a good idea to subject your body to much more stress than it's already undergoing while on a lengthy fast.

You fail to grasp the severity of the situation, thinking that modern dis-ease is down to bad lifestyle choices, and ignoring the fact that modern processed consumerables are toxic.

Diet is a part of lifestlyle, altho I sometimes separate the two to emphasize diet as the most essential part of a healthy life style.
I haven't failed to grasp the importance of reducing processed foods, that's an assumption you've made.

..disarm with charm, or with chemicals.. depending on environment and audience.

Right, and to that we can add playing the victim card, guilt-tripping, or setting oneself up as a sapient, benevolent authority figure.
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Re: Balkanization and Civil War Loom

Postby MagsJ » Fri Jun 28, 2019 8:27 am

Gloominary wrote:I think it's rare we have no say in our health, even some so called terminal illnesses can occasionally be reversed, allopathically and/or naturopathically.
And sometimes they reverse themselves mysteriously.
Illness is almost always a combination of predetermined and autodetermined factors.
Bad genetics make us more vulnerable to many diseases, but I think it's rare bad genetics cause disease, poor diet and lifestyle are usually the culprits.

..and what if the cause is nothing but a simple injection of some jab or other? diet and lifestyle unquestionable.. one's health is not in one's hands then, but one's ill-health is.

Right if you get sick enough your body will go into calorie restriction mode, with or without your consent, which can help heal you.
I think fasting, cleanses and calorie restrictive diets may be necessary for those in dire straits, before they get to the point of potentially no return, but in general eating clean, eliminating environmental and topical toxins, exercising moderately and avoiding all or most medications all or most of the time, especially vaxx, is usually sufficient.
Fasting can help but of course long periods of fasting, especially for people with compromised constitutions, can be harmful, even fatal.
It's also not a good idea to subject your body to much more stress than it's already undergoing while on a lengthy fast.

An agreeable solution to ill health.. especially avoiding all medications all of the time, especially vaxx.. because they are toxic as f**k. That is one area of medicine that needs to be revisited and revised.

Diet is a part of lifestlyle, altho I sometimes separate the two to emphasize diet as the most essential part of a healthy life style.
I haven't failed to grasp the importance of reducing processed foods, that's an assumption you've made.

I don't mean you per se, but the harm these foods do to our physiological makeup as Nations, and why toxic additives that had been banned were allowed back into the food chain in the first place.. this is a known fact btw.
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get that time back, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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