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Podcast 019: Raw and Living Food

Podcast 019: Raw and Living Food

Podcast 019: Raw and Living Food

Biodynamic farming is a new farming method that is trying to counteract the lack of Enzymes and Minerals in the average persons diet. This method is great because not only do you not poison your field with toxic herbicide and pesticide, but you also resupply the soil with the minerals that have been used up. That’s what being biodynamic is all about. You can actually use a salt or some other paramagnetic rock dust that you will bring to the field and replenish the soil, along with using manure and all the other traditional methods that replenish the nutrients that the plants require.

My raw foodist and living foodist friend who lives on the coast near Victoria, BC would go out to the sea and harvest Kelp. She would get the basic seaweed and throw it in the back of her pickup truck. She would grow these phenomenal vegetables using the kelp as manure, thereby getting all the minerals of the sea into her vegetables.

This makes sense because health is strong in the sea. This is where they believe life originated, that we all came from the sea. It is the primary soup from which all life arose, the amniotic fluid of the planets, or the womb of the planet.

Liquid Barley is not available. We now need to substitute it with a mix of AuraGreens.

For better mineralization if you don’t live near an ocean or have a pickup truck you need to add sea minerals such as Sea Vitality to your diet.

Podcast 019: Raw and Living Food

Scott Paton:  Welcome back everybody this is the life-enthusiast Co-op Podcast.  I am your co-host Scott Paton on the line along with Martin Pytela.  Hey Martin, how are you doing today?

Martin Pytela:  Scott, it’s such a gorgeous day.  I don’t know if I can contain myself.

Scott Paton:  It is… it’s the sun is shining, it’s beautiful, it’s spring, the trees are growing, it’s great.

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.

Scott Paton:  It just kind of reminds me of what we talked about with the liquid barley grass in our last podcast, because…

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.

Scott Paton:  We talked about how, when things are growing and they are shooting out that’s when there is so much life energy and I have to say that over the last week I have been taking my barley grass liquid faithfully every morning with my Excela-50 and there is a change.

Martin Pytela:  You are feeling better, ha?

Scott Paton:  Yeah.  It’s like… it’s clear, it’s more vibrant, I am more alive, it’s… you know what it’s like when you always watched TV and it’s black and white and then you go and you watch it high definition color.

Martin Pytela:  Oh, that much of a difference?

Scott Paton:  That’s…

Martin Pytela:  So impressive.

Scott Paton:  Yeah, it’s just like “Wow” like everything has been…

Martin Pytela:  Well, you know that is actually typical, but interesting though you know as it feels on the inside you probably are even looking better on the outside, what do you think?

Scott Paton:  Well, I have had a few people come to me and say “Man, you look great” in fact, I visited one of my best friends a little while ago in Houston, Texas and I hadn’t seen him for about three or four years and he and his wife both said “Wow, like you just look awesome” and I didn’t you know really what to say, because…

Martin Pytela:  Yeah, what’s the big deal, right?

Scott Paton:  What’s the big deal?  Yeah, but there was certainly something about it when I walked in the room, they were just like “Wow man, you just look great.”

Martin Pytela:  Yeah?  You know there are two components to it, I mean number one, you know you are not ageing, you are youthing now because you know the body… the individual cells really are immortal.  They will keep going and dividing as they needed to.

Scott Paton:  That’s exciting.

Martin Pytela:  As long as you nourish a cell properly, it will just keep on going.  The thing that stops a cell going is self intoxication, meaning the toxins that it’s putting out are not being washed away and it starts poisoning itself.  So, if we detoxify and nourish, things are going to work and you are going to start looking better.

Scott Paton:  It’s a pretty basic system when you think of it that way isn’t it?

Martin Pytela:  Yeah, it is.

Scott Paton:  You know make it so that all the toxins that you take in can leave and make sure everything you have taken in helping your cells.

Martin Pytela:  Right and there comes a big important point which is again it’s very basic that the three basic components in good nourishment is enzymes, which you get lots of in the…

Scott Paton:  Excela-50.

Martin Pytela:  You know well, anything that’s green and harvested in such a way that you preserve the actual enzymes in it.  Preservation stops enzymatic activity.

Scott Paton:  Right.

Martin Pytela:  We do so that the thing doesn’t spoil, but it’s also stupid because that makes it less alive and less digestible.  The two ways that that work… that keep the enzymatic activity available to us is either freeze drying to make it dry or freezing, which preserves most of it as well.  Other than that there is only other method which is what MMP does with their liquid barley grass, which is running it through a blender that gets such high power that it actually breaks the cellular walls.  When you break the cell walls of the individual cells you stop the enzymatic activity, so.

Scott Paton:  And in that… but that keep the quality, right and the potency?

Martin Pytela:  Yeah it’s the quality and it keeps the nutrients available to you, so.  Anyway so that’s enzymes, the second part is minerals.  You need to have good supply of minerals major minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, but also the less known ones or less that they are called trace minerals.

Scott Paton:  Right.

Martin Pytela:  You know chromium, molybdenum, germanium, copper, zinc, those types of things and when you supply those in sufficient qualities or quantities… (I am not talking too well today) in sufficient quantities the electrolyte, the medium inside each individual cell is enhanced, is functioning properly and when you have the right amount of these minerals you have higher voltage in the cell, I mean it’s a very straight forward common thing.  When you have good electrolyte the battery works.  When you have bad electrolyte the battery is not working.

Scott Paton:  Right… right.

Martin Pytela:  Same for the human body.  So, if you can just visualize the rheostat in your dining room, where you can just turn the knob and the light goes from dim to bright.

Scott Paton:  Yeah.

Martin Pytela:  That’s a similar process that happens in a human cell, when the electrolytes improve.  All of a sudden the voltage goes up and the whole thing glows, and we humans are essentially a collection of 30 trillion cells traveling in one group together.  So, when the voltage goes up, the glow goes up and it’s known as the healthy glow and…

Scott Paton:  Looking great.

Martin Pytela:  Yeah, some people actually see it, right?

Scott Paton:  Right… right.

Martin Pytela:  It’s… its known as the aura.

Scott Paton:  Yeah the human aura, people have claimed to seen that, I feel like I have seen it sometimes, but…

Martin Pytela:  Yeah, I mean you can train yourself to see it.  You know it sort of like a… you defocus, you don’t look with your direct vision.  You have to look with your peripheral vision and you can start seeing these things, and of course some more sensitive people will see not just the glow, the size of the glow itself, but also the different colors and where it is and it can be photographed and Kirlian photography has demonstrated that it exists and you know this is not just some new age babble.

Scott Paton:  Right… right it’s another part of quantum physics, right?

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.  So, there you have it.  When you nourish yourself with good minerals you glow.

Scott Paton:  So you said there were enzymes, minerals and was there a third thing?

Martin Pytela:  Well, you know we need calories, so carbohydrates (and fats) give us the energy.

Scott Paton:  Okay, right.

Martin Pytela:  And then there are the proteins, which we use for building things.  So those are the four… I guess I should have said four major components and then there is the fifth one, which is the water, right?

Scott Paton:  Right.  So there are number components and most of us get lot of… fair bit of protein and a fair bit of… maybe too many carbohydrates, but we seem to be missing out on the enzymes and the minerals.  I think that’s probably your main point.

Martin Pytela:  Those are the ones that we need to supplement with, because as far as enzymes go the groceries as we discussed many times don’t arrive in a good enough shape.

Scott Paton:  Yeah.

Martin Pytela:  They just… they just don’t survive the travel in refrigeration and cooking, which really puts them out.

Scott Paton:  Yeah living food is the key, right?

Martin Pytela:  Yes sir, living raw.

Scott Paton:  Living raw food.

Martin Pytela:  And the minerals… Well, our fields are not mineralized sufficiently any more.  The industrial agriculture that pushes the plants to go faster with nitrogen and phosphorus causes them to retain less or take on less of the trace minerals.  So, when you get it, it just doesn’t nourish as well it used to.

Scott Paton:  Plus if someone has been growing plant somewhere for 50 years or 80 years, it’s not put anything back?

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.

Scott Paton:  Chances are its depleted even if they…

Martin Pytela:  That’s right.

Scott Paton:  Weren’t pushing the growth, right?

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.  I don’t if we talked about biodynamic farming.  I am not sure if we brought this topic.

Scott Paton:  I don’t think we have.

Martin Pytela:  You know there is… you know organic food is all the rage, people talk about organic… organic, but what’s important that in   biodynamic farming not only do you not poison your field with toxic herbicide, pesticide type of things, but you also remineralize and resupply the soil.  That’s what biodynamic is all about that you actually use for instance basalt or some other paramagnetic rock dust that you will bring to the field and replenish the soil and also put back you know things like manure or other things that are rich in the nutrients that the plants require.

Scott Paton:  Right.  Yeah, so it’s not just what we put in our bodies, it’s what we put into, what we put into our bodies.

Martin Pytela:  Yeah, that’s right.  Yeah, I had this friend, she lives on the coast near Victoria BC and she would go out to the sea and she would harvest kelp.

Scott Paton:  Oh yes.

Martin Pytela:  Just the basic seaweed, loads of it, threw it in the back of her pickup truck and hauled it to the garden in the fall and just left it there to rot until the spring time, she grew phenomenal vegetables, because the kelp full of minerals from the sea.

Scott Paton:  Right and the sea is where…

Martin Pytela:  Healthy and strong.

Scott Paton:  That’s kind of where the life comes from, right.  Originally, we came out of the sea and…

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.

Scott Paton:  So that’s what they say.

Martin Pytela:  Yeah, we talked about that in relation to the Himalayan crystal salt we sell, too.

Scott Paton:  That’s right… that’s right.

Martin Pytela:  The primary soup from which all life arose, the amniotic fluid…

Scott Paton:  Of the planet.

Martin Pytela:  Of the womb… of the planet, yeah.

Scott Paton:  Interesting.  So…

Martin Pytela:  Oh yes, I am sorry to interrupt.  I have to tell you the bad news about liquefied barley.

Scott Paton:  I was going to say, first of all where can people find liquefied barley if they want to get it and I guess we can go to

Martin Pytela:  Yes under brands look at MMP solutions. [Sorry, Ron Cusson died, and Green Liquefied Barley is not being made anymore.]

Scott Paton:  And it will come up to…

Martin Pytela:  MMP stands for Miracle Mineral Power.  MMP solutions make several things.  Green ionic minerals and also this liquefied barley and… they are selling so fast, so well that they now tell us that they will only ship six packs, they will not even ship individual bottles and it can only be shipped directly to consumer.  It’s not that we can stock it, because it needs to be stocked, refrigerated and only for a few days, so it’s actually being shipped directly and they ship it in freezer packs, so it arrives actually still cold and so the only way you can get it is if you ask for it buy the six pack.

Scott Paton:  Buy the six pack, great.

Martin Pytela:  It’s available in either six of four ounce or six of eight ounce.

Scott Paton:  Cool, well and you can’t get enough of it as far as I am concerned, I am really excited with the results I am seeing from it and…

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.

Scott Paton:  And I mean it’s easy to take it and it doesn’t taste nearly as bad as cod-liver oil my mom used to give me when I was a kid.

Martin Pytela:  I am very happy to hear that.  Yeah, I quite liked the taste myself…

Scott Paton:  Yeah and that’s the interesting thing you know, because often times like I have tried lots of different greens and stuff like that and it tastes awful, but the Excela-50 I mean it just tastes really good.  The liquefied barley grass tastes great.

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.

Scott Paton:  You know I mean not that I am drinking you know eight ounces at one time or anything like that, but you know a teaspoon and…

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.

Scott Paton:  It’s not hard to go down at all.

Martin Pytela:  Yeah.  I have actually had a similar experience to this.  I wanted to spy on the competition, so I went to the health food store and they were selling a product I think it’s called Vega.  It’s a pouch that has 20 grams of ready-to-go super food.  On the instructions it says “just open this packet, pour enough water or juice to make a glass full of it, you know shake it up and drink it, that’s your meal replacement” of course I am thoroughly spoiled by Exsula Superfoods.

Scott Paton:  Right… right.

Martin Pytela:  So, I thought well let me see how competition is doing.  Honestly, it was just ugh… anyway it was not good.  I was just so happy to, so… I was so happy to know that the Excela-50 tastes so much better and I was very excited calling Jevari at Exsula manufacturing to tell him, we have to start putting together these individual packs and pouches.

Scott Paton:  That’s right… that’s right particularly if this is what your competition is going to be doing and you would be able to beat them with a nice tasting product for sure.

Martin Pytela:  Yeah, that’s the idea.

Scott Paton:  Cool, all right.  Well Martin, thank you very much for taking time out of your busy day I know that you have got a lot going on and I know also that this liquid barley grass is just flying out, it’s hard to keep it in stock, and so really appreciate your taking time out of your busy day to spend it with us.  I am sure this great information and as usual I am going to give you the last word.

Martin Pytela:  Thank you.  Yes, folks this is Life Enthusiast Co-op restoring vitality to you and to the planet, thank you.

Scott Paton:  Bye, bye.

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