When Stevo was here last weekend he commented that I’ve got a really long-term ‘wait and see file.’ I think he gets a little frustrated when I don’t immediately follow his recommendations but he knows that I’m listening and considering all of it.
I’ve known him and gotten occasional treatments from him for almost six years and this year I asked him to fix my damaged heart, which he’s doing beyond my expectations.
Hong Kong Johnny told me over a year and a half ago that David Wolfe was promoting our zapper and that he, John, was consuming the superfoods that David was recommending. A few months later the Raw Spirit Festival organizer asked us to sell our zappers at their Sedona event, where we heard and met David, then DAvid invited us to make presentations at some of his subsequent weekend events in LA. We just did another in November and our buddy, Andy (ctbusters.com) filmed our little stage presentation and put it on YouTube again.
Carol and I just started doing the superfoods this fall and now we’re doing it every day, using the canned version from essentiallivingfoods.com in Santa Monica. We just mix the stuff in juice from a carton. Both of us feel better alfready from it and that’s the telling factor for us [Image Can Not Be Found] though David puts a lot of time and effort into evaluating stuff befoe he decides to promote it and we think all of the products he promotes are beneficial and genuine.
I’ve also been mulling over Hong Kong John’s green drink recommendations all this time and last week Carol and I started consuming ‘soup’ of my design from the Vitamix. We know that greens are the best food that one can eat but that nobody likes to eat it, much, except maybe Southern Blacks and Arabs, who eat a lot of it. I figured that if I can make it tasty enough we’ll be able to eat fresh, raw greens for the duration.
I’ve downed barrels of raw carrot and other vegetable juices over the years but that’s never produced effects as vitalizing as the superfoods and green soups has done in such a short time.
Each day, I experiment a little more and our favorite recipe, so far, is boxed, organic tomato/bellpepper soup as the stock, some sundried tomatoes, pickled artichoke hearts, pink salt, a bit of rice vinegar, honey, peanut butter, onion, garlic and then a pile of assorted fresh greens: chard, mustard, dandelion, colard, kale, parsley, beetgreens, etc. The VitaMix purees it and also heats it up. I let it run about four minutes until it’s slightly warmer than body temp. I figure that if my wife will enjoy it then we’re golden and that’s been achieved. I’m a typical male who can eat anything.
We tried organic chicken soup as the stock but we like the other better. I’m going to sneak some anchovies in one of these days without telling her. I know she likes the taste when it’s in commercial sauces but the thought of the anchovies revolts her. I really like that Vietnamese fish sauce, too, but it’s loaded with bad salt.
The superfoods have more immediate benefit but I think the daily raw greens will. show us some benefits over the longer term. It’s already reduced our appetites, though, and we’re losing pounds. My main motivation for weightloss and heart repair is my desire to finish my hang glider training in the spring but of course I’ll keep this food regimen up and will improve it over time. I need to get down to 200 pounds because my Doodlebug won’t take off in a suitably short run if I weigh much more and am carrying orgonite ‘ordinance’ with me [Image Can Not Be Found]
My daughter in Boston, who’s a lot smarter than me, advises me to avoid becoming a food nazi and of course I will but anyone with a brain knows that organic food is preferable to Pajama People food. As gifters we all know that the quality of energy is a key factor in our environment, so we can assume that the same principle applies to our own bodies.
Stevo eats a steak just about every time we visit and he’s incredibly healthy–even lost his little paunch, recently. He inspired me to add butter to my green soup and he, too, likes the soup. He says that when the body gets proper nourishment hunger is under control but when the body gets crap corporate food it’s constantly hungry. This might explain the increasing obesity among Americans, most of whom hope to remain oblivious to the dynamics of health, so are corporate cannon fodder, lining up for ‘treatment’ by the serial killers (MDs) and shoveling poison pills into their gullets.
The old Afrikaaners I saw in Namibia were all skinny and energetic and I think they eat mostly meat, often from wild animals. Some of them are really old, too, so it’s just not correct to claim that one can only be healthy on raw vegetable food. Some folks sure can pull that off and I applaud them. Carol and I even encountetred a fellow who is reputed to live on air and he looked healthy, too, though it looked like it was impossible for him to relate to anyone on a personal level. Life is stranger than science fiction, thankfully.
In some isolated cultures people live on monodiets (rice, wheat, blood/milk from cows, yams, etc.) and they’re typically healthy, too. Even chickens can transmute elements in their bodies, by the way—when calcium is not available in their diets they just change silicon into calcium to make their eggshells.
Everyone I’ve known who is passionate about diet seems to proclaim one or another paradigm and most of them are quite confrontational about it. Reminds me of hippies at Rainbow Gatherings who get into fistfights when one claims to be more spiritual than the other.