The Vitarian Diet

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The Vitarian diet is fruits and vegetables
supplemented with raw cultured milk.

The Vitarian diet is a living foods (raw, uncooked) diet
of fruits and vegetables supplemented with raw cultured
milk* in the form of yogurt, cheese, kefir, kumis, sour cream,
butter, etc.

Juiced vegetables like carrot, celery, tomato,
bell pepper, cucumber and kale make a delicious soup.
Heated to a maximum of 107 degrees F. it's
still a living food.

Raw homemade yogurt is the easiest dairy product
to digest and it can be eaten with greens like kale,
lettuce and arugula or with a non-sweet
fruit salad of cucumbers (peeled if it has a hard skin)
and tomatoes.

*
Raw dairy is controversial for vegans, strict fruitarians
and paleos but it's the only food that prevents tooth decay, provides
a pre-digested form of protein to avoid muscle mass loss
and weakness besides promoting a beneficial
probiotic instestinal flora.   

People who recommend the middle way
of raw lacto-vegetarianism are: Bernard Jensen,
Herbert Shelton, Norman Walker, Edmond Bordeaux Szekely,
and Johnny Lovewisdom.

Veganism based on protein sources like nuts,
seeds, beans and grains has been shown to
block mineral absorption especially calcium
leading to tooth decay and osteoporosis.


Vegans and raw vegan fruitarians lack a high
quality source of vitamin D and A which raw
dairy provides besides the calcium which also
contributes to tooth decay.


Paleo diet enthusiasts turn a blind eye to the
evidence that meat eating causes cancer and
also osteoporosis and tooth decay due to the
fact that meat contains excessive amounts of
phosphorus that prevents calcium absorption.
Paleos must also deal with the inner uneasiness
of silencing their own conscience about the morality
of killing animals.



The raw lacto-vegetarian Vitarian diet is part of the hygienic school of healing along the lines of Bechamp, Bernard, Metchnikoff, Trall, Jennings, Graham and John Harvey Kellogg.



    The current conventional medical germ theory of Pasteur and Koch proposes that microorganisms are the specific cause of many ''infectious'' diseases.



    Claude Bernard, a contemporary of Pasteur, proposed that the health of the individual was determined by their internal physiological environment. “The terrain is everything,” Bernard wrote, “the germ is nothing.”



    The brilliant French scientist Antoine Bechamp discovered that there were living organisms in our bodies called microzymas, which essentially form into healthy cells in the healthy body and morph into unhealthy cells when the terrain is less than ideal.

 

 

    Viruses and harmful bacteria, he found, are “formed” (pleomorphism) within us in adaptation to a toxic, unclean bodily environment.


    Bechamp, Bernard and Metchnikoff all believed in the physiological terrain theory as the cause of disease versus the germ theory of Pasteur and Koch.

 

 

    Elie Metchnikoff proved that white blood cells were fighting on the front lines against infection, whereas the accepted theory was that white blood cells provided an environment that aided the invading bacteria.

 

 

    His discovery shattered traditional conventions of medical science and won him the 1908 Nobel Prize for discovering the phagocytic white blood cell that consumes harmful microbes and toxic matter in the body.

 

 

    Metchnikoff drank a liquid containing millions of cholera bacteria and he didn’t get sick, then he gave it to a fellow scientist and he too did not get sick, but when he gave it to another person he became sick with cholera and nearly died.

 

 

    Metchnikoff wondered why, so he experimented and found that some probiotic or life supporting bacteria in the body are protective against harmful bacteria.

 

 

    Today because of Metchnikoff people all over the world consume probiotic bacteria in cultured yogurt which is helpful but better yet is using probiotic cultured, grass-fed milk that is not Pasteurized and only heated to around 100 degrees F. to make yogurt.





Johnny Lovewisdom coined the term Vitarian in the 1950s
when he wrote his book Spiritualizing Dietetics ''Vitarianism.


E. H. Ruddock M.D. Ph.D in 1906 in Chicago published
the book Vitalogy Encyclopedia of Health and Home.



In 1994 Pearl Jam released an album called Vitalogy and
they got the title from this same turn of the century book.


Vitarian and vitarianism were invented by Johnny Lovewisdom
but Vitalogy was a creation of E. H. Ruddock.


A quote from the book Vitalogy by E. H. Ruddock on the cause and
cure of disease,


"Impure blood is the cause of nearly all
disease, for the natural powers will destroy disease germs that 'find
their way into the system if the blood is pure.


Eating too much is the chief cause of impure blood, next is the
eating of improper and improperly cooked food.


Third is anger or violent thoughts of any kind,
worry or depression. It has been scientifically
demonstrated that anger poisons the blood

both in men and in animals.


Unwholesome thought as well as unwholesome
food vitiates the blood. The first step, therefore,
toward attaining constant health (my notes:
health means wholeness or holiness or spirituality 

is to form habits of right thoughts, the second to eat
sparingly of proper food, third to breathe
deeply of pure air."


1. Right thoughts, anger, depression, extreme fear poison the blood.
2. Right food, the Vitarian diet combined with fasting periodically.
3. Right breathing, living in a pure air environment and doing physical
exercise like gardening, weight lifting, running to allow deep breathing.


I
would add a number 4. Right sex because conservation
of the sexual energy is the key feature of the Vitarian diet.
For men this means conservation of the semen through
the prevention of ejaculation by mind control and muscle
contraction. For women it is harder, especially for younger
women to control the loss of energy in menstruation.



Vitalogy by E. H. Ruddock was published before the
Rockefeller/Carnegie funded "Flexner Report" of 1910,
after which all the medical schools in the United States were converted


 
from homeopathic, naturopathic medicine, to allopathic
medicine, which was a German school of medicine that
depended on the heavy use of drugs, vaccines, radical
surgery, and long hospital stays.



And that's what we've got today, allopathic medicine,
even though Naturopathic, nature cure medicine was
by far the people's choice over heroic radical surgery,
toxic drug and injected vaccine potions and blood letting.



Combine the Vitarian diet with paradise building
or modern day homesteading i.e. home vegetable
gardens and backyard fruit orchards and you
have the jist of Johnny Lovewisdom's life work.
The rest, i.e. the spiritual part comes naturally,
intuitively as the natural living lifestyle reconnects
you with your conscience.




Land. You need land to build paradise.
Ask, beg or borrow but get land!
Inheritance from family, rent to own,
owner financing or as a last resort get a
bank loan preferably from a smaller
cooperative or community bank.



The desire to get rich or
make lots of money

to the worldly mind is a
great, worthy ambition.

The love of money is the
root of all evil as the

good book says.


Being or wanting to be rich
creates pride and superiority
over other people i.e.

id est “in other words”
in Latin;
arrogance,
haughtyness, being in awe
of the upper, ruling

class with their palaces,
mansions and marble

monuments. It's not the
simple life of the

garden of Eden: paradise.


Riches and excess wealth brings decay,
decadence, more problems. Fame and
being reknown, popular with many
followers breeds envy, jealousy, hate,
enmity, violence. It's all wrong;
the way of the world and it's values.



The Vitarian way is the way of paradise,
the way of natural simplicity.

 

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