What's in your food supply?
The pharmacological roles of everyday foods have long been neglected by modern medicine due
to lack of proven scientific validity. The main focus of modern medicine has been on pharmaceuticals.
With the invention of modern chemotherapy by Paul Erhlich in the early twentieth century and sulfa
drugs and antibiotics in the 1930’s and 1940’s, it seemed as if chemical medicines would take care
of all our ills. However, while there continues to be great strides made in the understanding and
use of pharmaceuticals, there is also widespread dissatisfaction with both them and the system of
medicine that utilizes them. This dissatisfaction is centered on the feeling that they are too
disease-oriented, and perhaps too limited by their precision to cope effectively with the subtle
factors and interrelationships that compromise human health and disease. The precise and pure nature
of modern biomedical pharmaceuticals also tends to increase their side effects. In addition, with the
victory over many common infectious diseases, more people are concerned with chronic degenerative
processes and with prevention of disease. The increasing concerns have started a new movement in
medical research. More and more mainstream scientists are reaching back to the truth of ancient food
folk medicines and dietary practices for clues to remedies and antidotes to our modern diseases.
Research on pharmacological effects of foods is fast-paced and the results are exciting. The mystery
of what foods can do for or to us has started to unveil. In order to effectively use foods for our health
benefits, the following issues need to be considered:The value of proper nutrition cannot be
emphasized enough. Your body's health is directly related to what you put into it. Modern supermarket
food is devitalized due to contaminants and processing. Organic, fresh, raw foods possess forms of
energy not currently understood by orthodox science. Some of these esoteric energies can be measured
and detected, however. There is an instrument available today, the Vohl Dermatron that can measure
the "vital force" of food. A simpler method (but no less accurate) is to use a dowsing pendulum to
determine this vital force on a scale of 1-10 for instance. Raw foods also contain digestive enzymes
that cooked and
Despite the abundance of food in the United
States, nutritional deficiency is quite common. It is important to understand this because Americans are
often lulled into believing that foods are fortified with needed nutrients. It's like computers, "Garbage
in, Garbage out".
Our purpose is to educate through teaching and demonstration of how to balance
the soil with natural energy allowing natural intake by the plants that is readily available to our energy
requirements and enjoyment in consuming, thereby resulting in building blocks to support our well-being
in body, mind, heart and soul.
YES Analysis provides Quick turnaround on soil, product or water testing. Usually less than a week.
Not being aware of past contaminates, pesticides or other chemicals absorbed in the soil can leave your food supply unprotected.
YES Analysis has a highly through process, compiling pinpointing, otherwise unknown, chemical hazards that would jeopardize your food source..
You know you have a problem but how do you solve it. YES expert analysis will inform you of the necessary steps for your solution.