Monday, April 10th, 2017 at
Why is our Soil so Depleted
There are about 5 reasons why the nutrition is going out of our soil and, consequently, out of our food.
First, our soil is eroding. We’re losing all of our fertile topsoil due to erosion. Soil erosion is caused by the bulldozing, burning, and cultivation of the plant material that was used to nourish the soil and the removal of the kind of plant cover fertile topsoil needs to thrive. All of these factors are causing the top three, fertile layers of our soil to erode away. (See source 6 below)
Second, our mineral-rich topsoil has been so ravaged by over-farming that there is not enough Read the rest of this entry
Thursday, April 6th, 2017 at
May Be at the Heart of the Obesity Epidemic.
Today, researchers are making major strides in obesity research as they’ve finally begun to look to the problem of mineral deficiencies in our diets and how they cause cravings and overeating.
Part of the reason so many people are overweight today is because of the mineral decline in the food we eat. Our body wants minerals, so it creates cravings that signal us to eat more to get the amount of minerals it needs, because one serving of potatoes just doesn’t cut it anymore.
As one researcher notes. Read the rest of this entry
Monday, April 3rd, 2017 at
Mineral Dilution: We Have Reached the “Fission” State
What has happened is called “nutrient dilution” (see source 3 below) in our food.
This nutrient decline is not limited to produce either.
Our beef, chicken, and other meats have lost literally half the iron they used to have in 1950, and this is because we are feeding our cattle nutrient-empty, genetically engineered grains.
Just look at this table detailing the nutrient decline in one apple between 1914 and 1992. Read the rest of this entry
Saturday, April 1st, 2017 at
Are you eating a Diet of Weak Poisons
Those carrots in your refrigerator, are there any minerals in them?
Today, scientist have learned through decades-long studies that we have lost 60-90% of the health-giving minerals in our fruits and vegetables over the past 70 years.
In 2004, for example, Donald Davis, a researcher for the Biochemical Institute at the University of Texas, analysed 43 fruits and vegetables from 1950 to 1999 and reported shocking reductions in vitamins, minerals, and protein in all of them. For example, he found that while broccoli had 130 mg of calcium in 1950, by 2004 it had only 43 mgs. Read the rest of this entry
Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at
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