Health, its nature and importance 

Health, is it important that we achieve this state and maintain it throughout our life. What exactly is this state, and what do we need to do to achieve it?

Perhaps we should clear the air of some mistaken ideas of this state before we attempt to understand it. Fitness, strength, power (strength & speed), or stamina and endurance do not constitute this state. Performance of certain physical feats either, do not constitute or indicate the presence of this ideal state in a person.

In this state we are totally free of all diseases; and our internal organs are functioning optimally. (Diabetes reminds us of what happens when an internal organ malfunctions.) These organs, also, are of correct size, and in the correct position. An enlarged prostate and the problems it poses remind us of the importance of the size of our internal organs.

Obesity also can place undue pressure on some internal organs, causing them to change position and shape. Those pressured organs can malfunction, causing disease. External organs such as eyes and ears too, are functioning optimally.

Yes, our attaining this state is important as it allows us to live a full and disease free life.

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Health, what we must do to achieve it

The body must become acid free to be disease free. Internal organs especially need biominerals for optimal functioning. (The pancreas needs zinc, the brain needs iron etc.) Those organs absorb and benefit from biominerals only, therefore we need only take such biominerals. Non biominerals or acid based minerals will not work but will contribute to the disease state.

We must use only Alkaline based nutrition to be free of all disease, as only this will work. Acid based nutrition will create and maintain the mucus-forming acid state. This acid state will make the body disease prone and prevent it from reaching the ideal state of health. We must follow an alkaline diet to be free from all diseases.

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An original essay 
by Edward Fagan

 

 

An original essay written by Edward Fagan 

Drinkers guilt and the pressure to drink  

Drinkers guilt need not be a problem for non-drinkers. Often times, however, drinkers guilt does create a problem for non-drinkers. Some drinkers experience a sense of guilt when they drink in the presence of non-drinkers. Some drinkers use this sense of guilt as a weapon against non-drinkers.

Teetotalers who politely refuse alcohol from persons who drink sometimes experience this problem. Some drinkers never give up attempting to pressure non drinkers to drink. These drinkers even think that they should force persons who naturally hate alcohol, to drink. They also think that they should force persons who can not handle alcohol to drink.

Drinkers often tell non-drinkers that they could as well drink because they are still going to die. These drinkers never tell themselves that they could as well stop drinking because they are still going to die.

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According to these drinkers, you could as well take unnecessary and avoidable risks of premature death because death is inevitable.

They think you could as well take unnecessary and avoidable risk of damaging your internal organs. For them, you could as well expose yourself to unnecessary and avoidable impairment of your immune system.

They also see nothing wrong with one’s spending valuable money, time and other resources on costly medical treatment. This medical treatment is only necessary and unavoidable because of health problems caused by drinking.

It seems fitting that some drinkers would always make a reference to death in discussions involving drinking and non-drinking.

It also seems fitting that some non-drinkers would always make a reference to the optimistic and positive aspects of living. They emphasize a sensible and practical life, and the resulting advantages of health and wellness.

These drinking enthusiasts, additionally, assume the right of choice between drinking and non-drinking; but they are usually unwilling to grant that same right of choice to non-drinking, health and wellness enthusiasts.

By Edward Fagan