The Science of Heal: How Salt Water Can Help Heal Cuts
I’m sure that at least once in your life, you experienced getting cuts or wounds, either accidentally or intentionally. But why the latter? Never mind, we’re not talking about suicidal matters here. We are here to discuss how salt water can help heal cuts, wounds and other things. As we all know, the skin is the largest organ in the body and is responsible for protecting our innards from dangerous bacterium and other microorganisms that can pose harm to our fragile, yet important body organs. Therefore, we can’t afford to leave cuts or wounds open, as they can be the gateway of hell to heaven, ultimately putting our overall health to danger.
Food from a Biophysical Point of View
Let’s take a look at the essence of the word food in general terms (and the German meaning of the word food) before we embark upon our discussion about the two most important food substances for the human body- water and salt. The German word for food is Lebensmittel, which literally translates to “means of life” or “transmitter” or “conveyor of life”. Food carries substance; it is a carrier of life force/ energy/ information/ consciousness. But what happens when food looses its life force through various methods of preparation, by chemical alteration or deconstruction? In actuality, food no longer is a “conveyor of life”, but becomes instead, a “conveyor of death.” Even when, from its chemical structure, it is still made of the identical matter as prior to its preparation.
The right diet from a Biophysical Perspective and Why Vegans have No Deficiencies
THE RIGHT DIET FROM A BIOPHYSICAL PERSPECTIVE
If you start your day with fresh fruit or wholemeal you will have an abundance of energy for your daily routine. Eat your vegetables either raw or slightly steamed instead of cooking them to death. In this way you will maintain the valuable structure, and with it, the energy content. Try to eat more alkaline foods because over acidity is the cause of many ills of the body. A balanced diet is composed of 75% alkaline and 25% acidic food. In general, alkaline foods include fruits, vegetables, greens and spelt. Acidic foods include grains (except spelt), meat, fish, eggs, milk products, animal fats, coffee, tea and alcohol.