Here is a video rant that is perfect, (and my own rant below it). While governments and big pharma around the world shove legal drugs down our throats that keep us sick, killing more people than car crashes, they line their pockets and have a good laugh.
I'm a positive person, but sometimes I have to talk about what's going on right in front of our eyes. Someone has to scream it out loud. How could we be so blind?
We have the power to heal our own bodies, and you know it. I have been trying for half my life to make people aware of this, in gentle ways- not preaching, and I have seen an incredible leap forward by huge numbers of souls. But not even my own family has taken a thing I say seriously. It's as if I am just writing about transforming lives with high-raw foods because I am trying to be better than everyone, or that I am just an extreme person who goes way too far.
What is extreme is people injecting themselves with needles three times a day for their type 2 diabetes and taking a handful of pills everyday. Here are two links to watch the documentaries Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days, and Forks Over Knives.
People say eating raw vegan food is so expensive, but diabetes medication is not covered by the healthcare system here in Canada, so hundreds of dollars a month are spent on it that could easily be directed toward eating better.
I'm not extreme. I'm as real as they come. Eating real food, doing real yoga (I still suck at it, but I do my best), and not taking a single pill at the age of 42. I'm far from perfect, but I'm trying to live my best life possible. People say to me "Oh I wish I could do yoga, but I just can't because I have back problems and my doctor said I shouldn't". Well what do I have to say about that? Get another opinion. Go to a yoga center and ask a professional.
I was in an accident that almost killed me five years ago, as many of you know, and I haven't had an easy time, but yoga saved me. And I still have pain in my back, my knee, my hip, my neck, my arm and my shoulder, but I manage it with yoga. If you have pain in your body, it's a clear sign you should be doing yoga. Just commit to five minutes a day of touching your mat. Getting started is the hardest part, but tricking yourself by committing to five minutes, will get you going.
Ok, I'm done my rant. Carry on :)