Evaluating and Finding Solutions on Human Health with John Coombs and Lisa Er

Interviewed by Tim LynchJune 3, 2015
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We have better hygiene for sure, so why are we not the picture of health that we should and could be?

Perhaps in the old days people spent more time out of doors and not on electronic equipment; they ate seasonally when food was available; they cooked at home and ate far less pre-prepared food; they didn’t eat GMOs, preservatives, stabilizers and food additives, and they had far fewer prescription drugs.

Now we are eating food grown where the soil has been fertilised with petrochemicals, and the crops have been sprayed with pesticides. How does this impact on our bodies? What does it do to the microbes in our stomachs?

Food must be labelled to ensure consumers know what they are eating!

Nutrition affects every cell and microbe in our body. The health of our cells is dependent on diet and lifestyle. Cells create tissues, tissues create organs, and we are made up of a system of organs. If our nutrition is inadequate, the integrity of each cell, tissue and organ in our bodies will suffer.

Our bodies also have to cope with the electro-magnetic fields (EMFs) associated with the use of electrical power, appliances and various forms of natural and man-made lighting, and from smart meters. Add to that challenge of vaccinations and fluoride, and how they impact on the body and immune system.

The solution really starts with self responsibility. We have to be conscious of all of the above and act accordingly. The hospitals are full of people who eat badly, are admitted to hospital, fixed up, and sent out to eat McDonalds for another day!

Education for self responsibility could be taught in schools - not just around food choices but about all lifestyle choices. We seem to be living in a system of blame and victimhood and somehow if one’s life, or bodies break down, it is someone else’s fault and someone else’s job to fix it!

We need a raised consciousness not only in individuals but within the collective consciousness, as the hundredth monkey effect shows us. That way we can raise society’s whole outlook. Imagine if we stopped expecting to get ill when we get old, and that we expect to live a full and healthy life to the end? How much improved our lives would be with that positive thought form out there!

The knowledge for ideal life is already primarily available to us. We just need to discern it and prioritise it, as translating this knowledge practically is our hope for the future.

A wide ranging discussion between Greenplanet presenters John Coombs, and Lisa Er.

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Tim Lynch

Tim Lynch, is a New Zealander, who is fortunate in that he has whakapapa, or a bloodline that connects him to the Aotearoan Maori. He has been involved as an activist for over 40 years - within the ecological, educational, holistic, metaphysical, spiritual & nuclear free movements. He sees the urgency of the full spectrum challenges that are coming to meet us, and is putting his whole life into being an advocate for todays and tomorrows children. 'To Mobilise Consciousness.'

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