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From: BJ (
Subject:         Re: Errors in health 101, 202 and 303.
Date: February 19, 2015 at 6:26 am PST

In Reply to: Errors in health 101, 202 and 303. posted by siva on February 19, 2015 at 1:33 am:

I don't want to understate the importance of diet because I know how important it is, rather show that there is a right way and a wrong way to approach things - and help people avoid all the problems many of us had to endure.

For super athletes on moderate diets to go on a diet of fruits and vegetables would in a lot of cases be a total disaster which could lead to irreparable damage.
This extends to many healthy people in the mainstream with good genetics and good body chemistry.

Most of the above 2 groups of people also have finely balanced bodies. When they eat, they only eat a certain amount of food and then their stomach lets their brain know it's time to stop. They have high energy levels and if they eat more than their natural body limit, their energy levels would drop drastically. If they had to eat enough fruit and vegies in one sitting to get satisfied they would also have to stretch their stomachs beyond it's natural capacity, and if it doesn't retract to it's original position it would lead to all sorts of problems. Also, eating so much fruit in one sitting would play havoc with their whole system.

Just like some people aren't built to run a sub 30 min 10K or bench press 200 pounds, likewise many healthy fit people only have limited digestive capacity and once they exceed that capacity it would cause all sorts of problems. Dougs advice was to keep eating and to stretch your stomach. It might have worked for him, but for a lot of people it led to all sorts of physical issues.

All of the above doesn't mean that healthy people with good genetics and good body chemistry should eat junk food or disregard healthy eating, rather they need to approach it in a sensible manner. For those people to have one day a week on fresh juices is something they could easily do without unbalancing their bodies - and that equates to 52 days a year of juicing. They can also have days of only eating fresh fruit or raw food only - as well as improving their diets without going to extremes.

The above also applies moreso to people with weak genetics and bad body chemistry. Rather than going to extremes like stretching their stomachs and upsetting their natural body chemistry, they can also take things slowly because once you upset the bodies equilibrium it leads to all sorts of issues like binge eating, not being satisfied etc.

Once people have reached a certain point following sensible procedures, then they can decide if they want to, or if they are physically able to go to 100% raw, or whatever.

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