Finding Balance in Your Life and in Your Diet

At the Orlando convention Gary told distributors how important it is to find balance in life.

I want the medical doctors to know that I respect them, admire them, and love them, because they have had the courage to go against the system and show the people a better way. Thank you. Thank you for being part of Young Living and for having the courage to do what God sent you here to do.

Last Friday I did a meeting for 82 people in Quito, Ecuador, and in that group were four medical doctors who have all signed up in Young Living. It was great. 

On Wednesday night in Lima, Peru, I did a meeting for the distributors there, and we had six medical doctors in our group. In Ecuador and Peru, natural medicine is their medicine, and it’s easier for them; they’re not ostracized like here in America or Canada. It’s great that people can be open to new ideas.

Here is an example of a new idea: if you want to experience good health in this day and age, take bread out of your diet. It’s that simple. That’s what it takes. You have to give the body something to help it overcome the deficiency and the deficit you have created over the years, and that is the best way to do it.

So should you eliminate all yeast products? You may have to. But is this the answer to your health problem? No, it is not. Dr. Cook wrote a book back in the 80s called The Yeast Connection, telling everybody to stop eating yeast, but that’s a Band-Aid. Where do you get your B vitamins from? Yeast. So if you stop eating yeast, you become deficient in B vitamins.  

God didn’t give you these ideas for you to put them in cold storage or to lock them up in a vault someplace and never utilize them. It’s all about finding balance in your life and balance in your diet.

4 thoughts on “Finding Balance in Your Life and in Your Diet

  1. Hi Gary, I agree with you about balance, I am really questioning blanket statements and “bandwagons” or trends in nutrition. Nonetheless people avoid bread (maybe grains) for several reasons. It could be the phytic acid, it could be the gluten, it could be gliadins. Soaking and fermenting the grains also help address some of these.

    However modern wheat was modified to have more gluten than our grandparents ate. There is a form of wheat called Einkorn wheat that comes in flour or pasta form that better approximates ancient wheat profile.

    So it seems like there is a real reaction to modern wheat, and cutting it out would help the immediate reaction but is not a long-term solution. Einkorn wheat may be that more balanced solution.

    What do you think?

  2. Thank you so much for keeping this simple and to the point. It’s very well written and have vital information in it. I’m going to share it right now with my friends on facebook! (See you in April at the Re-Plant)

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