We approach life and health as though it were a locked safe guarding its secrets from our finding them out. We lack the right combination. We employ cracksmen to derive that perfect, laboratory formulation. We try, through medicines and drugs, to MAKE the body work correctly. But the music of life is sweet only when we supply all the ingredients that ALLOWS the component parts of our bodies to play in harmony.
Our efforts are not entirely in vain. Medical science can do many things with drugs and medical formulations. But often there are these discordant results. We call them, “side effects,” as though what they do to us on the side is not important.
Would you sit through a symphony performance if the first violin section had to stomp their feet and kick their music stands in order to play an “A”? Yet we endure all this banging and clatter from our medicines and go on pretending that our life is making music.
The “secrets” of life and health are open to those willing to enter into the relationships that exist among the ingredients. We can choose to consume foods that easily provide a full spectrum of the nutrition we need: essential amino acids, essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, antioxidant pigments, and more. We can choose to provide and maintain active colonies of beneficial bacteria. We can enter into the process of immunity and healing by conserving and supplementing our body’s enzyme supply. We can choose to lead lives that avoid stress and toxic exposure as much as possible. We can enter into the subtleties of what makes our bodies work best, as when every cell in my body stood before me declaring, “This is good for us,” when I began eating a certain food.
This is the price for a ticket to the no-clatter symphony. Will it produce the results of harmony you want? The proof, as they say, is in the pudding.
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By Ellis Hein
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