Evolution

I’m a vegan.

I typically don’t tell people that anymore.  It’s almost pointless.  At this point in human history, we are nearing a crescendo of human evolution as it is.

The food pyramid was replaced by a plate in 2011 and for good reason.  Americans are overweight, and while it has slowed, the obesity rates have continued to grow.  With the growth of social media, working from home, and the plethora of jobs that require digital space, the trend will not change because of medicine.

Medicine is reactive.  You get sick, you go to the doctor.  Zero questions about why or how you got sick, just that one got sick and wants to NOT feel sick.  Correcting the actual issue?  Well, now that pharmaceutical medicine makes around $60 billion dollars a year, along with cancer ALONE in 2016 pulling in a whopping $107 Billion there are only two directions for the world to take.

The first direction is to actually take a look at the human body, and not try to “mechanize” the process of understanding it.  If we can look at the human body and decide that things need to change, humans will change it.  With numbers ranging anywhere from 20,000 to 400,000 edible plants, there are zero reasons for humans to farm and KILL animals at the incessant rate we are.  With so much science, we can grow food at a faster rate, that has always been proven to sustain the human body better than meat ever could.

The second direction is to ignore the plethora of facts coming in regarding the human body and mind and continue in our current course of action.  Keep killing, keep destroying our only planet, keep destroying the human body, and continue pumping the world full of meds that everyone knows do more harm than good.  Opiate crisis?  Over.  Cancer?  Wouldn’t have a nest of fat to feed on.  Anxiety?  Well the mental issues stemming from the subconscious disagreeing with what we put in our bodies and how it affects everything and everyone around us would cease.

This article wasn’t really about veganism.  This article was about shedding some light on our future.  If your body and mind aren’t in the place where you want it to be, giving a plant-based diet a try might be a welcome remedy for you.

Since switching to a plant-based lifestyle in 2015, and evolving my habits along the way, I have gone from age 31-34, aging younger.  I tore an Achilles tendon and it healed without surgery.  I competed in MMA fights twice, healing all injuries without seeing a doctor.  My waist went from a 32 to a 29 and I still weight around 180 lbs.

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I don’t take any medicine and am experiencing an awakening unlike any other.  I feel like a superhero daily, not just because of how I look and feel, knowing that my body is receiving LIFE and not DEATH, but my brain is reworking itself to understand my body, what I put in it, and the effects those things have on my overall vibrations.

Saving the world and animals daily is just a bonus.

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