What's the perfect dietDoes a perfect particular diet have a mass benefit for mankind?

Vegans preach that animal products are unhealthy.

Carnivores preach that a vegan diet is unhealthy.

Raw foodists proclaim that cooked food is toxic, and Breatharians believe eating at all is poisonous based on the belief that conventional food has pesticides and organic food has parasites.

So what is the perfect diet?

These diets are like diet clubs. People like to feel a part of a club or something they believe in, but the perfect diet is different for each person and for each the perfect diet changes with time.

The prefect diet comes into fruition by listening to what the soul and body want versus what the mind rationalizes as beneficial.

A truly perfect diet may consist of breath one day and meat the next followed by vegan cooked cuisine for days to follow.

Our body has an intelligence that if listened to each moment of our life, will bring about our highest benefit.


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#5 Sylvia Ramíre 2010-10-07 14:15
Totally agree..!
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#4 Eliana 2010-07-08 09:38
So you are saying, inducing a past life regression is not good?
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#3 Stephen Seretan 2010-04-07 10:38
If one kills animals to eat them, then he will incur the karma. Like draws like. LOA. "You cannot get figs from a thistle bush."...Jesus. "The animals come to us for help, and then we eat them"...from "Lester and Me, My Unforgettable Conversations With American Master, Lester Levenson, by Stephen Seretan.
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#2 Georgette 2010-02-03 16:04
I resonate with this philosophy!
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#1 Areanne Lloyd 2010-01-18 10:37
I AGREE! The Guides (the group I channel) have suggested that when people get hungry or start thinking about food for any reason, that they stop and ask themselves, "What will satisfy this hunger." Because sometimes it has nothing to do with food. But it's always the best idea to inquire within for the answer to any question. Thanks, Jason. A.
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