Obviously, the earth spins and orbits the sun. We mark time in days, months, seasons, and years. Now, ask yourself, has this natural progression ever aged anyone? Does ripping a calendar page off the wall wrinkle your skin? When we rationally think about it, there’s nothing toxic about time. So, why do we age?
There are many theories proposed about why we age. Only after we examine the subject carefully enough to see if any of the theories are correct can we ask the question, “Can you really reverse aging?” Some folks believe that we still age even if we take care of ourselves and avoid bad habits: this is the wear and tear theory. Maybe we age because the body loses its ability to repair cellular damage. Or are there things we can do to bolster and stimulate repair?
Why does your skin still tan as a protection against excessive sunlight whether you are a child or a senior? Why do cuts heal whether you’re nine or ninety? Why do people born about the same year not all look the same when meeting decades later at a school reunion? Genetics? Or is it something else? The point is, there are an untold number of factors. One thing most experts in natural healing agree upon is that cleaning up a polluted blood system and ridding the body of accumulated waste dramatically improves not only health, but also appearance.
When we unburden this self-regulating, self-healing, self-generating body of ours, health is automatic. Did you realize you could replace all your red blood cells within two months? In fact, you can grow a completely new liver in six weeks, new skin cells every 27 days, and even, according to Dr. Steve Badylak at the University of Pittsburgh’s McGowan Institute of Regenerative Medicine, grow a new finger in 30 days!
Current research on aging talks about free radical damage, cross-linking, the Hayflick Limit of Cell Replication, gene mutation, the telomerase theory of aging, and others. Conflicting opinions abound. However, one important fact emerges: no matter how deeply we look for cures, elimination is more important than feeding. Clean air and pure water come next. If the lungs can’t expel waste, one can be dead within minutes. If water isn’t allowed to wash internal waste out of the body, one can be dead in days.
Left unchecked, over time there’s a gradual accumulation of solidifying agents and earthy salts that produce ossification of the physical body. The body then becomes weakened, followed by rigidity, decrepitude, and death. This process of solidification begins when an infant begins to eat. Life, youthfulness, and vitality depend more on elimination than feeding. What goes in must come out. How many times have you heard the expression “you are what you eat”? Really?
New cells aren’t created by food. They’re created by preexistent cell division. This is a basic scientific fact. Hence the baffling questions “What destroys the cell?” and “Why do we eat?” Let’s consider the case of a seed. You can place a seed in moist soil and it will multiply its cells and grow. You can put a seed in moist sawdust and place a magnet under it and it will produce more cells and grow. Cell division, also known as growth, takes place when electromagnetic stimulation is at the right wavelength. All the food that enters a healthy body leaves via the organs of elimination. So what purpose did the food serve? It gave the cells the right electromagnetic stimulation.
This shouldn’t seem strange, since we know how alive we feel when the air has abundant negative ions, especially near a waterfall or crashing surf. The cells are like tiny batteries, each with a positive and negative pole. When the charge of the exposed stimulation changes or falls below what’s necessary to maintain life, the poles become encrusted. A progressive acid saturation pollutes the fluid the cell floats in, and the cell ceases to function. Keep in mind that the body isn’t made of food: it’s made of cells. Cells are made of atoms and subatomic particles, which are whirling wave fronts of vibratory force that also do not eat.
When the terminals on a battery cell accumulate acidic debris, the battery shuts down. If it’s not immediately charged up, it goes dead. The same with human cells. The bloodstream and organs of respiration must be able to effectively eliminate toxins or shut down. This is what aging is.
Time isn’t toxic, but toxic elements in our bodies cut life short.
So then, if cells multiply by the sheer force of stimulation, why do we eat? We eat for stimulation. We may take it for granted that a tree or a plant doesn’t eat the soil it grows in. But we, on the other hand, eat the plants and we grow. What makes that possible? Let’s look at a plant for a moment: its leaves capture solar photons and store them in the plant’s chlorophyll. Consider chlorophyll as green plant blood. When we consume the plant in its liquid or solid form, the photons are released into our bodies. These smallest identifiable particles of light charge our cells, which are basically solar batteries.
Without this light, all life as we know it dies. This is why it is so essential to supply ourselves living foods that are full of life force, for only life can beget life. As we rid our bodies of dead food and accumulated waste products, we’ll notice a profound difference in vitality as well as appearance. Can you really reverse aging? Perhaps the real question is, will you?
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