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« Reply #11 on: July 12, 2009, 02:29:57 am »

From a PH balance point of view meat creates acidic conditions in your body. Most all substance addiction I came across is created by throwing the bodies PH balance out with some kind of acid.

When recovery from addiction happens then one goes through a stage where one feels crappy while the addiction wears off.

With meat it is the same thing but to a minor degree. Just like an alcoholic feels better from another drink after a period of no drinking, so the addicted meat eater will feel better by having another steak. That I believe includes more than half the world population.

If one can hold out for thirty days whith a meatless hydro diet then you will realize how terrible you feel up to 24 hours at a time after consuming a steak. You feel lethargic and lazy and dragging your body through the day is just too much work. Sadly most people accept this feeling a normal because they never had it any other way in their life.

This information I learned while doing Fit for life and I experienced the results that was expected as I re- told them here. The crappy part is getting through that first month on meat cravings and feeling not so good every day. When that period is over you feel about twice as healthy as the healtiest you ever felt before. You feel like a teenager again.

So the "feel good" factor is not an indication of anything unless you were meatless and active for over 30 days and it still makes you "feel good" I would suggest scaling off to whites and then to fish and then to dump it all eventually if that is your desire.

Anybody can feel like a child again when they decide to eat properly. I don't think its the knowledge. I think we all know we are eating incorrectly. I think its the discipline to kick our eathing habits that we don't have enough of. We are also in a instant soceity nowadays. If someone has to do something for 30 days to see results they normally give up prematurely and say "it does not work."

We are also bombarded with mind conditioning through advertising and tradition all the time so it becomes very controversial and anti social to make a stand for once and say "no more poison of any kind."
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