“We’re out of nature, which means we’re out of our culture, which means we’re out of our minds.”
– Dr. Llaila Afrika
This past weekend I had the pleasure of seeing Dr. Llaila Afrika live at an event hosted by the Kemetic Science Institute. For those of you who have been following this blog, you know that Dr. Afrika has been my go-to scholar when it comes to healthy eating and living a holistic lifestyle. His take on veganism and how natural food should act as medicine to our bodies is right on par with Dr. Sebi’s message. And his direct yet informative lectures, so far, have helped me along my journey.
Dr. Llaila O. Afrika is a Holistic Health Consultant who advises that we should be our own health managers; we must learn what and not to eat in order to maintain a healthy body, mind, and spirit. He has taught and studied in Africa, Europe, and America as well as given lectures/workshops throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. He’s authored over 80 CD’s, DVD’s, and books on history, health, and nutrition. His specialties include Naturopathy, Acupuncture, Addiction, Astrology, Nutrition, Massage Therapy, Spirit and Marriage Counseling, Psychotherapy, and History.
I want to share a few points that I took from his lecture, entitled “Saving The Babies.”
- As a society, we’re eating drugs…not food.
- The disease industry is controlled by the medical profession.
- Food is sold to us emotionally. As a matter of fact, everything is; which is why we are sick holistically.
- We’re emotionally addicted to the food that we’re eating, and the chemicals can make us physically addicted.
- A solution is to eat things that were created by God, not a factory.
- Drink at least two liters of water a day.
- Work on keeping your liver clean and as healthy as possible, because serious illnesses occur when the liver is damaged.
- Bilberry is a herb that can help keep your pancreas and liver clean.
- Eat according to what you do. For example, a chess player can’t and won’t eat the same as a wrestler.
- Stress can also affect your health, and you’ll notice it once your skin color starts to change.
Until Next Time…