Food is Medicine for the Computer user

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Food is medicine for the computer user as the act of computer use results in depletion of natural resources for daily living at a rate many times more than regular daily bodily processes, as it is not a process we are code with.

This statement is not one that a lot of users know or understand and it is the root of many of the issues we find ourselves encountering as computer users in today’s world.

Granted computers have probably been around for over a thousand years, however, in the old Benin Empire through which it was introduced to humans by our maker, it did not depend on artificially generated light. It used the light of the sun consequently it was in synch with nature.

Today’s computer use is not naturally coded to us as, unlike the original technology it uses materials not available in nature in the way they are incorporated into the computer. This results in an automatic conflict with our body’s system that must now use up more resources than coded into it to handle modern computer use.

Processes such as seeing with the eyes, hearing with the ears, touching with the finger, and so on are impacted. The nerve network that handles these processes needs more neurotransmitter messaging to handle the unnatural materials as well as the unnatural light used in today’s computers. I provide detailed information about this in my book “Lessons I Learned the Hard Way”.

When we eat healthily we eat for normal routine bodily processes, we do not normally take into account the effect of computer use on our body’s natural resources. Consequently, we do not make provision for a continuous supply of depleted resources.

Because we absorb some of the artificial materials through our skin and breath we also inhale the materials consequently we absorb toxins through our skin, nasal, eye contact with the various artificially generated and consequently toxic materials used in producing the computers we use and the artificial light coming from the screen, backlighting from CPUs and laptops, cell phones, TVs and so on.

Consequently, when considering the right food/diet for us we must consider what is needed for the optimal functioning of the various organs and body systems including the following:

  1. Seeing through the eyes
  2. Hearing through the ears
  3. Touching through our fingers
  4. Moving our heads, hands and so on
  5. Breathing through our nostrils
  6. Analyzing through our minds and brains
  7. Decision making through our hearts
  8. The heart also needs to circulate blood round the whole body while all this is going on
  9. The demand for the cleansing work of the kidneys and the liver  is multiplied several folds as it has to get rid of the i
  10. The pancreas has to produce more insulin to handle blood sugar which increases due to depletion of energy by computer use. It also has to produce more enzymes, hormones and other neurotransmitters as needed as people feel more hunger as a result of the energy depletions inherent in computer use.

We can see that computer use effects need more attention than most people are giving it. These depletions are some of the reasons for the routine misdiagnosis of ailments that computer users suffer which most times are difficult to verbalize and resemble other ailments more commonly known to the medical field. This results in medication of ailments that should only be resolved through natural means creating new medical issues without resolving the ailments presented.

So many computer users have been forced to stop working as a result of misdiagnoses resulting in life-threatening health issues from prescribed medications.

One experiences these ailments and only recognizes them when someone else describes them but is unable to put them into words without help. Why is it so hard/. It is because the main issue is with the body’s messaging system that analyses, identifies, and sends a message to the heart about what the issues are that are presenting themselves as some form of discomfort or pain or both.

Over time as we grow up we learn about simple aches such as headaches, stomach aches, nerve pain in places like the back, shoulders, legs, and so on. These arise from processes the body is coded with, unlike modern computer use.

The need to eat healthy specifically for computer use cannot be overemphasized.

Computer use depletes many minerals most especially iron, magnesium, calcium, Potassium, and Phosphorous, as well as vitamins D, B, and C.

 Unbeknown to many people the minerals and vitamins we absorb is in many forms, the forms that are detectable by human instruments and the ionic forms that are not detectible and are pure neurotransmitters. These ionic forms are available in the atmosphere, food, and water. Depletions in any of those sources will result in ailments that can only be resolved naturally not through medication.

This means that the physiological form we can detect is manipulated by the messaging or neurotransmitter form. When these neurotransmitter forms are depleted, they can only be replaced through foods, rebalancing the atmosphere and water. For a more in-depth study on this order the seminar series. Start from seminar 1.


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