There’s a lot more to be thought about when deciding on what food you should eat.
Many people do not consider the fact that a lot of the food we eat today is lifeless and manipulated in uncountable ways.
Just to list a few, about 70% of processed foods are made of genetically modified ingredients which cause digestive problems, reproductive disorders and allergic reactions.
Some also contain chemicals and pesticides from farming which can develop learning problems and weaken your immune system making you more vulnerable to disease.
Others are irradiated with ionising radiation which remove bacteria that create smells to signal when food has expired.
Eating these kind of foods doesn’t only have adverse affects on your health, it directly affects who you are as an individual and can control the choices you make in life.
There is not one aspect of our lives which food does not have an impact on. It affects our lifestyle, our culture and society, so it is vital that we make the right decision and eat to progress rather than to be suppressed.
In 1939 a Russian inventor by the name of Semyon Davidovitch Kirlian created a very useful piece of technology that can allow us to see the ‘life force energy’ in food.
This technology came to be known as Kirlian photography and is used to capture the corona discharge produced by the ionisation of fluids such as air or water, surrounding something that is electrically charged.
The method is actually fairly simple and doesn’t even require a camera to do it and can be easily done at home with the right equipment.
It works by applying a high voltage current to a metal plate on which photographic film is placed along with the object you want to photograph on top.
Then as the electrical current passes through the metal plate, the electrical discharge between the object and the metal plate can be seen.
If you would like to try this out for yourself, then I recommend watching this video
Researchers have used kirlian photography to discover what kind of energy fields different foods produce.
Their theory was that if the food produced a stronger energy field, it meant that it was healthier and more ‘alive’
In their findings, they saw that raw, organic foods have more vibrant and consistent energy fields, meaning that they contained more ‘life force’ compared to that of cooked and processed food which generated weaker and more irregular energy fields.
An example of this is shown here
If this research honestly shows the ‘life force’ of our food, then it would be a wise decision to eat as closely as possible to the way nature intended rather than resorting to foods that are harmful and possibly robbing us of life.
For a more in-depth explanation, take a look at this video
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