December 19, 2022

Guys is this a genuine terrain model group or is it a frugavores group?

Question:

Guys is this a genuine terrain model group….
or is it a frugavores group….
Seems like the understanding of terrain model refutes germ theory has been lost now it’s some alphabet fruit diet group…..
Can some body briefly explain the meaning of terrain model so the fruity loops understand I’m a bit nutty myself and maybe I’m missing something
But I thought its based on internal and external environmental factors including eating local produce based on your current local environment…..
For example if a man moves from uk where let’s say lung cancer is more prevalent and moves to carribean where let’s say prostate cancer is more prevalent than he will be at a higher risk of contracting the alternate disease based on alternative environment, weather or not he changed his diet….
And a diet is not a lifestyle…. its a temporary thing for specific purposes based on the results the individual is looking for…..
I also thought that certain people have certain ability survive on a specific diet like dung or polar bear without getting serious illnesses and living healthy lives in the jungles desserts and ice planes….. so based on hereditary factors you might need to tailor your intakes based on a number of things not just,
fruit hype…..
Have I got the understanding of terrain theory wrong?

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Terrain answer:

Okay, I am going to break this down point by point. Here we go:
1. I am confused by your question “Guys is this a genuine terrain model group…. or is it a frugavores group….” How exactly could a group exist that teaches the terrain model while ignoring the natural diet which maintains the body in a clean terrain?
2. “Seems like the understanding of terrain model refutes germ theory has been lost now it’s some alphabet fruit diet group…..”
It actually seems like you don’t have a good foundation in the terrain model. You cannot return a body to a state of health, nor maintain the health of the body, if you misfeed the body. Therefore the natural diet is central to the terrain model as it is the only way to keep the body clean and properly functioning. Since physiology and anatomy clearly show the natural diet of mankind to be fruits and leafy greens it would be impossible to teach the terrain model without teaching the correct foods suited to our physiology. Unless of course, the objective of your “teachings” was to promote yourself and divide and confuse the masses, while profiting off a tiny portion of the terrain model information while discarding everything that empowers people, such as people like Kaufman, Cowan, and Vollmer are doing to make their living. You can learn more about the natural diet in this post: https://www.facebook.com/groups/germtheory.vs.terraintheory/posts/5814212358655724/
3. “Can some body briefly explain the meaning of terrain model so the fruity loops understand I’m a bit nutty myself and maybe I’m missing something”
The terrain model starts with Antoine Bechamp’s original theory that the germ is controlled by the terrain and that it is the conditions the germ is in that control its behavior, existence, and rate of proliferation. The terrain model then includes all of the science of natural hygiene, which, stemming from the initial theory, is a body of science that proves the original theory of Bechamp true. This includes anatomy, physiology, cellular biology, detoxification processes, the study of cellular processes, and the body’s self-healing functions. Since the model is based on creating normal functions to maintain the body in a state of health, the model focuses on how the body functions and what the requirements are for the body to function normally. First and foremost is the natural human diet, which provides the materials to build every cell in the human body. Secondary are the external factors such as fresh air, clean water, adequate rest, stress, meaningful work, and a number of other conditions, all of which are necessary but have a lesser influence on health compared to our 3x daily meals.
You can learn more about Bechamp and the difference between Terrain Theory and Terrain Model in our welcome post: https://www.facebook.com/groups/germtheory.vs.terraintheory/posts/3353374844739500/
You can learn about how disease is created in this post: https://www.facebook.com/groups/germtheory.vs.terraintheory/posts/5822692784474348/
4. “But I thought its based on internal and external environmental factors including eating local produce based on your current local environment…..”
External factors can have an effect on our inner terrain but that effect is far less drastic than the effect of our daily diets. We could correct every external factor but if we are eating the wrong foods, foods that are not suited to our physiology, then we will have dirty terrain. Conversely, those who are eating the correct foods, but have no control over their exposure to external factors, remain healthy and even heal from chronic disease conditions solely through diet change. So, yes, external factors can have a small influence on overall well-being, but disease is a dietary issue above all else.
5. “For example if a man moves from uk where let’s say lung cancer is more prevalent and moves to carribean where let’s say prostate cancer is more prevalent than he will be at a higher risk of contracting the alternate disease based on alternative environment, weather or not he changed his diet….
And a diet is not a lifestyle…. its a temporary thing for specific purposes based on the results the individual is looking for…..”
This is entirely incorrect. Moving from one location to another location does not change your disease conditions or your susceptibility to disease. If it did we could simply take everyone with lung cancer and send them to a different address to get rid of their cancer. All disease conditions are created by eating outside of the normal parameters the body is designed to run under. It is what we put in our mouths 3 meals per day that create the internal conditions and determine if we have a dirty terrain or a clean terrain. The person could move clear around the world but if they do not change their internal environment by changing the foods they are putting in, their body will continue to operate in a disease state.
May I ask is this an idea you came up with yourself? Or is this something someone is teaching?
6. “I also thought that certain people have certain ability survive on a specific diet like dung or polar bear without getting serious illnesses and living healthy lives in the jungles desserts and ice planes….. so based on hereditary factors you might need to tailor your intakes based on a number of things not just, fruit hype…..”
Human physiology does not change no matter how much humans abuse their bodies. No human has ever evolved, and no changes have been recorded in human anatomy or physiology. Despite most of the world’s population eating putrefying flesh as part of their diet we still do not have any anatomical changes to support the human necrovore habit. Instead what we see is a drastic shortening of the natural lifespan in direct proportion to the amount of putrefying flesh a group of people eats. For example, the Inuit people who live in Northern Canada in a highly unsuitable environment, eating a very high protein diet, rarely live past 60 years. Since the natural human lifespan is a minimum of 120 years but more likely 150 -160 years, we can clearly see that the effect of generational misfeeding on putrefying flesh foods has cut the lifespan of the Inuit in half, losing a minimum of 60 years of life is what they give up for their choice to live in an unsuitable environment and feed on unsuitable foods. The Inuits also have high rates of birth defects, and low birth rates, and commonly have bleeding disorders. The biggest market point the Inuit are used for is their low rates of heart disease, which is a fairly absurd manipulation, firstly because they actually do have high rates of atherosclerosis and second because heart disease is a common disease of those over 60 years and almost no Inuit survive that long. Basically, the marketing says to eat high protein because these people don’t get heart disease, but please ignore that they die too young to get to the point where heart disease becomes prevalent in most patients.
7. “Have I got the understanding of terrain theory wrong?”
I am afraid you seem to have quite a bit of the essential details wrong. To start you seem to be confusing the theory with the model and then you don’t seem to have a good foundation in the model yet. I suggest reading Lessons 2-4, 18-19, and 66 of the Life Science Course to get started. https://www.facebook.com/groups/germtheory.vs.terraintheory/permalink/3326522010758117

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