CORE (COnsciousness REvolution)

A comparison between A and B


What is basic health for a human being?

It’s simple, we only have 3 basic needs!

1. Drinking and eating.
Every human being needs food and water to provide his body with energy. Hunting, fishing, and fruit picking were the three main activities for the first men to survive.
2. Sleep.
A good night’s sleep is important to maintain a healthy body, to be awake, think clear and function… In peace, without stress.
3. Physical activity.
Each body needs physical activity to eliminate toxines, to keep hormones in balance, to make the blood flow through the vanes, and feel good.

 

And what is health for humanity today?

1. Drinking and eating.
Whether we want it or not, we drink and eat more polluted products than the pure water and greens that nature provides us with. Soft drinks, alcohol, dairy products, genetically modified food, pesticides, antibiotics, and of course the hamburger stop at every corner of the road. The nutrient shortages in these products are complemented with pills and shakes. Even for people who want to eat healthy and follow a sustainable diet, it is often not possible because of the lack of governmental support for sustainable and local food production.


2. Sleep.
Needing to make money to survive in this society creates a certain stress on human beings. Whether it is caused by exams, taxes, important meetings, wars, terrorists, or violence, it is hard, sometimes impossible, to achieve a full good night sleep when living our daily lives. We may have a better rest on holidays, but still… people get shot when lying on the beach, plains fall down, and boats sink. Our minds are never free, always occupied. There’s fear in each of us. Of course society creates solutions as sleeping and calming pills, relaxation teas, the goodnight shot, and so on. We are far away of dreaming about simplicity. But, should we really consider this normal? Is this really the way we want to live our life and sleep our dream?


3. Physical activity.
Working 9 to 5 (in the best case) does not leave much time for physical activity. Excuses as “I’m tired”, “I have to pick up the kids”, “I have work to finish”, or “it has been a busy day” are not uncommon. Lots of people sit in front of a screen all day and continue the same process in the evening. In general, kids only have two hours of physical activity per week at school, so it is not considered an important task in our society. The result (in combination with the unhealthy food that is provided to us): people get sick, obese is all around, hospitals are overflown, and doctors are among the rich.

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