4. Questions & Answers
You say if one eats Hygienically and is in good health that he or she will not be adversely affected by the weather. But I’m in very good health, eat no wrong foods, and yet as soon as winter comes (I live in Michigan), I get sick for long periods of time. Could it be that my attitude toward the weather (I hate winter and being indoors) has physiological effects on me?
Most certainly, yes. Attitude is a very important factor in human health—almost as important as diet. Observe those around you who are always negative in their thought processes—check how often they become ill despite their diets and lifestyles. This does not mean, however, that you should neglect your diet. Maintain a good, healthy diet and a good, healthy attitude.
Every time it rains my joints ache. I’ve been to the doctor for this problem on several occasions and he says I don’t have arthritis or anything like that. What could cause this?
Apparently your diet and your lifestyle are not as pure as they need to be to maintain optimum health. Try adding more fresh, raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds and eliminate harmful items in your diet such as refined products, salt, condiments, alcohol, drugs, meats, etc. You’ll be amazed at the difference the next time it rains.
Whenever it is just slightly cold out and everyone around me says it’s just right—such as when the temperature is about 65 or 70 degrees—I still feel cold. The same is true when it’s in the upper 70s and 80s—everyone around me says it feels good and I’m too hot. Why is this so?
Perhaps your body’s temperature controlling device, the hypothalamus, is not functioning properly. This is caused by improper diet, poor environment (too much artificial cooling and heating), not enough exercise, fresh air, or sunshine. Try improving your diet and getting out in the open air and sunshine for exercise regularly.
In this lesson I have shown that the weather can and does affect one’s health. I have also shown that it will have less effect on you if you abide by nature’s laws—that is eat only of natural fare (raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds), drink only pure water, take exercise, fresh air, and sunshine, and apply the other essentials of life as taught previous to this lesson.
This lesson pointed out that every cell of our bodies has an electronic nature—that is, a positive and negative charge. The food we eat also has electronic energy which when released from the food’s cells, nourishes our bodies. More studies need to be conducted regarding the electronic nature of foods and how they affect our well-being.