IMAGINE A BETTER WORLD, THEN FOCUS by Cathy D. Slaght
What if illness were comparable to a domino effect, and sugar tipped a bunch of dominoes?
Not to say we couldn't enjoy a treat from time to time- in fact, with ZERO sugar abnormal cells, according to some experts, go after fat and protein. This could be why cancer patients who follow the suggested protocol of absolutely NO sugar get so dangerously thin.
(As in all things, check this out for yourself. This information is now being shared in certain cancer clinics. They recommend adding a little sugar to the diet several times a week in the form of sweet fruits, honey, molasses, and maple syrup.)
Anyway, the point: when a diet is primarily that of processed foods and beverages you can bet its loaded with sugar.
Is this interfering with the path of electricity (neurotransmitters) in the brain?
If so, how is our physical and mental health impacted?
We do know, for just one example, that even a slight change in dopamine can cause hostility and anger.
Possible example – two women are getting headlines for accosting a 7-year-old boy because he was wearing a MAGA hat- grabbing the hat, punching his mother in the face, and so on.
A video of all this was taken and went viral. These young women have now been indicted on multiple charges, including hate crime.
Am not saying anything is wrong with their brains. But whatever caused their behavior that day has now altered their lives big time, probably not in a positive direction. Does this indicate a healthy flow of electricity?
Truth is, we’re seeing plenty of irrational behavior, and not just confined to politics. Check out a few of those true crime videos! (or maybe not)
The good news: we can choose to be proactive as far as our OWN health goes when it relates to neurotransmitter balance.
For starters- in the VSA there is now a neurotransmitter assessment for anyone who wants to see where they stand with their OWN electrical pathways.
It comes from The Edge Effect by Eric Braverman, M.D.
Simply put T or F next to each statement and you’ll gather information by counting up the T’s when finished as to dominant/deficient neurotransmitters.
According to Dr. Braverman- and his book is highly recommended reading- balance the most deficient neurotransmitters first. He provides plenty of information on how to go about this, plus you can do some searching online.
So, if you do the assessment, any category with 5T statements is considered a minor deficiency/early warning.
6-15 T statements represents a moderate deficiency.
15+ means there could be a major deficit related to diseases such as Parkinson’s, severe mood disorders, high blood pressure, memory loss, seizure disorders, depression, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, migraines, sleep disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, manic depression, and/or anxiety.
In other words, with 15+ it’s probably time to get your doctor involved.
If you choose not to fool with doing the assessment, but still have some interest, just start eating more real food, see what happens.
Because- no telling what we can focus on and then create when our brains aren’t all mucked up.
With that in mind, next on the list of subject matter is to examine the energy of crystals. There is now technology that confirms that crystals are little computers, so why not investigate how we could work with them via the SRC4U?
Also, an interesting point of view on getting insulin under control. Am going to give it a try, will let you know what happens.
Cathy D. Slaght