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Life Style Without Food by Joachim M Werdin

Life Style Without Food by Joachim M Werdin

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The ability to live without food
The ability to live without food

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Published by: Robert Donald Tonelli on May 25, 2011
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It seems to be the best known system, which transforms eaten solid and liq­
uid substances, generally called food, nourishment or feeding. It makes man
to feel a contentment caused by the look, smell and taste of the dishes, and
mainly after making the stomach full. Also the hunger and thirst disappear
after some eating. (It is a typical behavior for an addict.)

The universal “scientific”(?) understanding and explanation, how the con­
sumed substances build and power the body, is as this. The consumed food
is disassociated (by e.g. digestive fluids and enzymes) to simpler substances
(mainly chemical compounds e.g. glucose, amino acids). Next, these things
are used by the body for synthesizing (building) what it needs and for ex­
traction of the life energy (to be used for e.g. moving, thinking, body heat­
ing). The resulting conclusion seems to be simple, that the consumed sub­
stances give the body energy and building matter. So considering the ener­
gy, the body can be compared to a car or a locomotive in which fuel is
burned for energy that moves the whole machine.

Some people wonder if really the eaten loaf or drunk fruit juice builds hu­
man body and can be burned (like coal or wood) for energy. And why dif­
ferent people, although they consume food which differs a lot by the compo­
sition and amount, are quite similar in their stature and weight. This happens
even if the daily lives (environment, work, physical activity) of these per­
sons are very similar.

Another real example. A man who weighs 120 kg eats two slices of bread
and drinks two cups of coffee a day only, but he does not lose any weight. In
the same day his peer eats six loafs, two sausages, half liter of milk, three
glasses of tea, biscuits, fruits and something else, and he remains slim. They
are of the same stature and have similar amount of physical activity.

You probably could give more examples like these, if not then it would be
enough to look around and compare people regarding this matter. Such ex­
amples make it clear that there is no absolute connection between the
amount of eaten food, it is composition and the body appearance or how
much life energy man has.


Why does it happen like this? If bigger quantity of eaten food would give
more life energy, than people who eat more should feel more energized.
There is even so called “energetic value” of food (efficient tool for manipu­
lating people). An amount of grease has this many calories, of milk has less
and of saccharose has more calories, and so on. But why eating bigger
amount of sugar with fat causes man to feel worse than when he/she drinks
the same quantity of fruit juice or just water? Why after a big and satiating
meal man, instead of radiating with energy, is lazy and weakened? Since our
childhood we have been under this suggestion: “Eat more to be stronger.” It
is a pity how the children are being cheated by the use of the suggestion,
which later in their life results with so much suffering: diseases, aging and
earlier body death.

By the way. One of the most serious harms that can be done to a child is to
force him/her to eat. Carefully watching the child to make sure that he/she
finishes eating everything from the dish, harms the body of this person that
you do love. This causes, among others, changes in the psychical and physi­
cal structures of the child, which are difficult to reverse. Such changes affect
the psychical and physical health of this person during his/her whole life,
which is shortened in this way. Shortly, forcing a child to eat more than
he/she feels like, wounds the child's body.

Let your child decide for him/herself. Don't worry, your child will not starve
and will not overeat (unless such a program already has been built in). You
only need to protect him/her against poisons like sweets, fries, chips and all
fried, fumed or grilled food, and also against animal milk including all its

Going back to the above questions — the answer is simple and for many
people astonishing. Eaten food does not give any energy to the body. All
eaten food cause the opposite reaction, it forces the body to spend energy
for decomposing, neutralizing and excreting it all. Exactly, the body uses its
own energy for transforming and excreting what man inserted in the diges­
tive track.

Also the other answer can be astonishing. Eaten food does not build human
body cells. It has an impact on how they are built and how they function but
it does not build them. The body does not directly build its cells from eaten

What does the body do with eaten food? The body removes the food wholly
if it works properly. The body removes the superfluous, poisoning sub­


stances with feces, urine, sweat, saliva, sebum, blood, breath, hair, nails and
epidermis. But if there is something wrong with the body work (in the
present civilization this is normal, in other words, there are almost no ideally
healthy people) then it deals differently with part of the eaten food. Part of it
is stored (e.g as fat, glycogen), other part is put aside for later removal
(those substances which need more energy, e.g. heavy metals).

It seems that human body is a machine producing and removing waste pol­
luting the environment. With this action it follows the law of changes in na­
ture. The more man eats, the less life energy man has, the faster ages and
earlier wears out (kills) the body. Every machine wears out, the human body
is no exception to this, unless ...

Continuing, what is happening to the eaten matter. It is decomposed into dif­
ferent chemical compounds. These enter the blood and circulate in the
whole body, reaching the cells. Every chemical compound created in this
way constitutes information. This information affects the work of the cell.
The cells are affected by information originating from the eaten matter. In­
formation is a program which affects the cell. The cell, being affected by the
program, can produce what it needs for living, e.g. protein, minerals, water.

In this matter, the chemical compounds (originating from what man eats and
drinks) reaching the cells play the role of catalysts that cause specific reac­
tions. This is why the appearance and behavior of man depends on what
he/she eats. A substance reaching a cell is a catalyst causing reactions which
are beneficial for the life or are not. The bigger amount of not beneficial in­
formation (such are caused by poisons) the earlier the cell dies.

The body of man needs a few thousands of chemical compounds and ele­
ments a day in order to work properly, every one in right amount and time.
If the body does not receive them in the right time and in the right amount it
starts to work improperly — this is called an illness. This makes the body to
wear out (death) faster.

Do you think that with food you can deliver all these substances to the body
in the right time and the right proportion? This is practically impossible; is­
n't it? Fortunately the body can synthesize them directly from Light (or other
thing), but under the condition that man does not interfere.


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