Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Rethinking Our Nutritional Paradigms Is Healthy

"Compelling our children to eat animal foods gives birth to the “hurt people hurt people” syndrome. Hurt people hurt animals without compunction in daily food rituals. We will always be violent toward each other as long as we are violent toward animals—how could we not be? We carry the violence in our stomachs, in our blood, and in our consciousness. Covering it up and ignoring it doesn’t make it disappear. The more we pretend and hide it, the more, like a shadow, it clings to us and haunts us. The human cycle of violence is the ongoing projection of this shadow." Excerpt from the World Peace Diet Newsletter

Dr. Will Tuttle is one researcher/Nutritionist that is well worth ones time and energy to watch.
Dr. Tuttle's  ideas are way out there but they make more and more sense when looked at in an open minded condition.
He shows not only how the saturated fats in all animal products are unhealthy for humans physically and lead to many of our common dis-eases we suffer but also how our thinking is altered by our blood lust for meat type products.

Dr. Tuttle's newest book "The World Peace Diet" goes into detail on how we hurt ourselves and those around us merely by turning a blind eye towards our cultural fixation on meats and other animal products.

Click Here to checkout the World Peace Diet Newsletter