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Evolution Diet Guide: Eat a Diversity of Healthy, Fresh, Local, Fruit, Vegetables & Meat, Organic Food not Monoculture Agriculture


Have you noticed a lot of fruit and vegetables in the supermarkets may look delicious - big red strawberries, shiny apples and huge peaches - but taste really bland?! Older folk may remember food from the past with affection, like when an orange tasted zingy.

The introduction of synthetic chemicals into agriculture in the 20th Century as had a severe impact upon the health of all life on Earth. Our food supply has become toxic, arable land ruined, many animals poisoned and killed .. all in the name of growth, surplus, profit.

A free market economic system, does not select for what is good and healthy for humans and the land. It is up to us as consumers, to demand for sustainable, organic produce and farming. Governments can then offer tax incentives to businesses.

Our modern agricultural system in the western world, through the use of chemical fertilisers, pesticides and monocultures strips the soil of its nutritional value and minerals and kills off important microbiotic activity. We take and take, without putting enough life back into the soil.

Our seed stocks have been selected for what looks good (what will sell best, $$$) - not for taste (which doesn't necessarily equate to appearance).

Food is complex. Energy exchanges with the seed and sun, earth, rain, air etc. are mindblowing. Taking nutritional supplements is not the same thing as nutrition and minerals from food.

What can I do?

Ask yourself: Where does this food come from?

Look at the ingredients listed on food. It can be confronting and confusing, but in general try to avoid preservatives, artificial colours and flavours.

If you have children, bring them up to do the same.

The 1900 rule is a good rule of thumb. Did this food exist prior to 1900? Then it probably is ok to eat (not genetically modified).

Eat a variety of fruit and vegetables from organic, sustainable farms and from the ocean.

Fruit and vegetables are picked unripe, sprayed with chemicals to increase shelf life and trucked large distances to cities and supermarkets. Try to eat locally.

Try to source wild foods - catch your own fish, eat kangaroo (if you live in Australia!), seaweed and ocean vegetables.

Nutrition is an important part of being healthy. Far to often we give little thought to what we are eating. We eat for pleasure, out of habit. Be aware of what fuel you are giving your body!

A new paradigm for world agriculture: meeting human needs: Productive, sustainable, nutritious

'Micronutrient malnutrition (‘Hidden Hunger') now afflicts over two billion people worldwide, resulting in poor health, low worker productivity, high rates of mortality and morbidity, increased rates of chronic diseases (coronary heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes), and permanent impairment of cognitive abilities of infants born to micronutrient-deficient mothers.

The consequences of food system failures include lethargic national development efforts, continued high population growth rates, and a vicious cycle of poverty for massive numbers of underprivileged people in all nations.

Our food systems are failing us globally by not providing enough balanced nutrient output to meet all the nutritional needs of every person, especially resource-poor women, infants and children in developing countries. Agriculture is partly responsible because it has never held nutrient output as an explicit goal of its production systems. Indeed, many agricultural policies have fostered a decline in nutrition and diet diversity for the poor in many countries. Nutrition and health communities are also partly responsible because they have never considered using agriculture as a primary tool in their programs directed at alleviating poor nutrition and ill health globally.

Now is the time for a new paradigm for agriculture and nutrition. We must consider ways in which agriculture can contribute to finding sustainable solutions to food system failures through holistic food-based system approaches, thereby closely linking agricultural production to improving human health, livelihood and well being. Such action will stimulate support for agricultural research in many developed countries because it addresses consumer issues as well as agricultural production issues and is, therefore, politically supportable.'

Ross M. Welcha and Robin D. Grahamb


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Biography: Geoffrey Haselhurst, Philosopher of Science, Theoretical Physics, Metaphysics, Evolution. Our world is in great trouble due to human behaviour founded on myths and customs that are causing the destruction of Nature and climate change. We can now deduce the most simple science theory of reality - the wave structure of matter in space. By understanding how we and everything around us are interconnected in Space we can then deduce solutions to the fundamental problems of human knowledge in physics, philosophy, metaphysics, theology, education, health, evolution and ecology, politics and society.

This is the profound new way of thinking that Einstein realised, that we exist as spatially extended structures of the universe - the discrete and separate body an illusion. This simply confirms the intuitions of the ancient philosophers and mystics.

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