I am passionate about health. I am passionate about helping other people along their health journey. My heart aches thinking about where we will be as a nation when my children are grown. There will be a 600% increase in the adult autism population in 18 years. That is not a prediction. That is a fact based on current diagnoses. Cancer is the number ONE killer of children. That means that the majority, if not all, of those children had cancer in utero. Mamas, they are what we eat! If you’ve never watched the documentary Ten Americans you should. It is sobering!
We aren’t just digging our own graves with our forks, we are digging the early graves of our children. Burying my child is the hardest thing I have ever done. It is a FACT, not a prediction, that Generation Y’ers will have a shorter life span, and the trend suggests that the following generation shorter lives, with more health challenges at younger ages. One in 3 will be diabetic, and I suspect that will be 1 in 2 by the time my little ones reach adulthood.
This is an article worthy of sharing. How Dim is our Future? Everyone should read it, and make changes. If you don’t know where to start… follow the Metamorphu page on Faceboook. If you are skeptical, I would highly recommend you open your mind and do some research. Look beyond the medical system (that is responsible for more deaths than heart disease). Look beyond our governmental “protection” agencies say. They are more driven by donations than they are anything else. Maybe, just maybe, those people who have been labeled quacks are the ones who are right.
Let me illustrate with a parable about a King, and his ‘crazy’ kingdom.
THE KING & THE POISONED WELL
There was once a very wise and well loved king who ruled over a vast kingdom. He was feared for his might and loved for his wisdom. Now in the heart of the city, there was a well with pure and crystalline waters from which the king and all the inhabitants drank. When all were asleep, three witches entered the city and poured seven drops of a strange liquid into the well. They said that henceforth all who drink this water shall become mad.
The next day, all the people drank of the water, but not the king. And the people began to say, “The king is mad and has lost his reason. Look how strangely he behaves. We cannot be ruled by a madman, so he must be dethroned.”
The king grew very fearful, for his subjects were preparing to rise against him. He had a difficult choice: risk being destroyed by his beloved subjects or drink from the poisoned well and become mad like them. So that evening, he ordered a golden goblet to be filled from the well, and he drank deeply. The next day, there was great rejoicing among the people, for their beloved king had finally regained his reason.
There are various renditions of this parable, but the lesson is the same. Are you drinking from the well along with all the rest of the kingdom, or is it the “quacks” (who tend to be healthier and live longer btw)? Thankfully, we have a remedy. The question then becomes, are you willing to quit drinking from the fountain, and use the antidote. If you are ready to make those changes, I can help you. If you aren’t willing to do it for you, then how about your children, and grandchildren?