Friday, May 03, 2013
I use the ideas of Sears, not his products so much. I add some toasted sesame oil to my diet--something I crave at times anyway, but have not taken those cravings seriously. Sears says this helps the GLA not turn rancid/toxic in the fat cells. I have rosemary bushes in my yeard--I planted them several years ago. They have some GLA, maybe not enough to make a big difference, but I eat a couple of Tablespoons, raw and fresh, almost every day--right off of the bush. And, I use flax seed--whole and crushed in my mouth to make the oil accesible in the digestive tract--a couple of Tablespoons daily, or less if I eat meat that day.
I feel better energy and less appetite hunger when i do this for a few days and keep up with it. I know I am not getting the exact proportions that Sears' products contain, but I can afford this, and--over time and with experience at a gut level of subconscious feedback-- my appetite guides me somewhat is how much of what to eat.
I like CoasttoCoastAM.com. Last night, a guy was talking--Bruce Lipton--about epi-genetics. It goes along with Condron's book PERMANENT HEALING, which shows connections between various physical problems and beliefs. One caller said to not forget Wallach's work on how mineral deficiencies let so many chronic and disease states exist. I think that is how the name is spelled--Wallach. I have heard of him. For instance, lupus indicates a deficiency in sulphur--onions and collard plants have absorbable sulphurs.
A lack of sulphur also can demonstrate itself in other physical ways; hence the realization that varied beliefs tend to direct the manifestation of the lack. All very real and more-and-more demonstrated. I like the EFT SparkTEam, too, for showing ways to re-frame subconscious pattersn that fight conscious efforts.