Research has now clearly demonstrated significant differences between children who consume organic food sources and those who do not!
Your New Frequency Child has a refined and high frequency energetic body, which needs to be carefully protected from the chemical toxicity that is found in our everyday food sources! Whenever possible I recommend that you should always try to feed your New Frequency Child organic food. This is because your New Frequency Child (whether an Indigo Child, Crystal Child, Rainbow Child, Star Child, Child of the Sun etc) has a refined and high frequency energetic body, which needs to be carefully protected from the chemical toxicity that is found in our everyday food sources. The more toxicity you can avoid your child consuming (through your placenta, your breast milk and their food) the easier it will be for them to maintain their high frequency, overall well being and to thrive developmentally and socially.
Research has now clearly demonstrated significant differences between children who consume organic food sources and those who do not (see below). These significant differences have been measured in both mental and motor abilities (with children who were exposed to pesticides scoring at a much lower level in these two areas). Additionally with children exposed to pesticides there was a significant increase in aggressive behaviour. Children who consume organic food have also been measured to be healthier overall and to recover from illnesses more quickly.
My personal experience
In my personal experience this research confirms the reason why my daughter Sheannah’s soul when communicating with me before she was conceived, was guiding me detoxify my body in preparation for her (which meant I spent two months adhering to a nutritional cleansing program, embracing organic produce and eliminating toxins from my lifestyle changing things such as makeup, skin and hair care products, cleaning products, clothes detergents and much more to organic options). Then from the moment I conceived her, she was again urging me continue to only eat organic food and stay away from the toxins. To my surprise this didn’t stop with her birth either, because I was again clearly instructed to continue with the organic diet and toxin free lifestyle. Although intuitively this seemed very right to me, and in fact I could not actually stomach eating anything that had toxicity in it, I now understand the science behind this guidance and behaviour and I would like to share it with you. Being conscious of the research really encourages us to be diligent when it comes to feeding our new frequency children.
Before I share these interesting research findings, I would like to highlight some wonderful side-effects of my shift to an organic lifestyle. Since shifting our household to organic food and mostly toxin free products, the health of all seven of us has improved dramatically. Most interesting has been watching children with regular stomach cramps, food intolerances and frequent health issues (particularly colds/flues/gastro) dramatically improve their overall health and wellbeing. The change with my ten year stepson Jordan who is a crystal child, has been remarkable. Jordan has always struggled with eating, certainly he would not eat vegetables and salads, in fact when I met him he basically subsisted on a rather unhealthy processed food diet. Upon being served organic fruit and vegetables Jordans attitudes to food changed dramatically, he found that these foods tasted great and now he eats a plateful of vegetables every night for dinner. His health has improved dramatically and his stomach aches are a thing of the past!
What I realised through Jordan and now observing my very young daughter (only 8 months old) is that without a doubt the New Frequency Children sense the frequency of food. They know that food non-organic vegetables, fruit and meats are toxic and will avoid eating them for this reason. So you may be serving them up a plate of vegetables, but if they feel the frequency to be dense (full of pesticides, hormones etc) they will slam their mouths shut and refuse to eat it. You give them fresh organic high frequency food and they will eat it without complaint often asking for more!
Because we are aware that our global food source is now nutritionally bankrupt (organic being less effected than other sources), we even managed to add a meal replacement program into our daily routine – replacing one meal a day with a high nutrition (vitamins and organic minerals), high protein, organic shake. The positive results with children from this nutritional program has been astounding. You can find many such options in health food stores – or make your own super food shakes!
Affordability – debunk the myth!
In our household we have eradicated the myth that it is too expensive to eat organic. Firstly for us it is not that much more expensive to buy organic at a local market, than it is to purchase products from a supermarket chain.
Additionally, when we eliminated the junk food (not that there was much of it), soft-drinks, take-aways, school lunches, snack foods, coffee shop visits and the like from our diet we saved a significant amount. We also cut back on the volume we served at each meal – deciding that we would rather have normal (as opposed to super sized) meal sizes of high quality, than large meal sizes consisting of toxic food.
Because we had added the shakes to our diet, we increased our daily consumption of protein and nutrition even further. This combined with cutting back on carbs and sugars meant that we all eliminated our cravings, resulting in a decrease in our food consumption also.
So at the end of the day, there has not been a significant increase in our weekly food bill!
If I could not afford organic for the whole family, I would do everything I could to ensure that as a pregnant woman and then a breastfeeding mother I maintained an organic diet. Furthermore I would ensure that as much as possible, all food and products used for my baby were also organic. Even if you can not do it all, a little is better than none, you can also support yourself & your child with a few simple frequency healing techniques (refer article) – it all helps as you will see.
The Research: The health benefits of organic food.
The following information has been provided by Shane Heaton who is a clinical nutritionist practicing in Australia. He is editor of the newsletter Organic Food Quality News, which is available free by email.
Children NEED organic food the most!
Children’s immature and developing organs, brains, and detoxification and immune systems, plus their larger intake of food per kilo of body weight, combine to make them even more susceptible to toxins than adults. American toddlers eating mostly organic food have been found to have less than one sixth the pesticide residues in their urine compared to children eating conventional foods, lowering their exposure from above to below recognized safety levels.
Elizabeth Gillette’s landmark 1998 paper in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives showed how a combination of low-level environmental, household and dietary exposures caused subtle yet measurable developmental deficits in children. Gillette compared children in two nearby isolated villages in Mexico, one in which pesticides were routinely used in their farming, and one in which they were not. Everything else was the same between these two villages—genes, diet, lifestyle, climate, culture, etc. The study found significant differences between the two groups in both mental and motor abilities (with the children who were exposed to pesticides scoring at a much lower level), as well as an increase in aggressive behavior.
In many Western countries, children and adults are similarly exposed to multiple sources of pesticides, and in 1995 an Australian study of breast milk found that infants are regularly exposed to several pesticides at levels greater than maximum recommended exposures. In Canada, a direct correlation has been observed between pesticide contamination of breast milk and increased risk of otitis media in Inuit Artificial colorings and preservatives in food and drink are thought to contribute to hyperactivity in pre-school children, and while many still contest this issue, a recent study in the UK found that the proportion of hyperactive children was halved when additives were removed from their diets. Many additives—such as preservatives, artificial sweeteners, colorings and flavorings, MSG, hydrogenated fat, and phosphoric acid—are prohibited in organic food production.
Keep Preservatives and Food Additives away from children.
Artificial colorings and preservatives in food and drink are thought to contribute to hyperactivity in pre-school children, and while many still contest this issue, a recent study in the UK found that the proportion of hyperactive children was halved when additives were removed from their diets. Many additives—such as preservatives, artificial sweeteners, colorings and flavorings, MSG, hydrogenated fat, and phosphoric acid—are prohibited in organic food production.
Benefits of Organic Food – A Highter Nutrient Value.
Official food agencies around the world are unanimous in claiming there is no evidence of a nutritional difference between organic and conventional foods. Yet a more careful and thorough review of the science comparing organic and non-organic food reveals that, collectively, the available evidence does indeed support the consumer belief and claims by the organic industry that their food is safer, more nutritious, and better for you than non-organic food.
It’s often claimed that a large number of studies have found no difference in the nutrient content of organic and non-organic crops. It’s true there have been more than a hundred studies comparing the nutrient content of organic and non-organic foods and the results are inconclusive. But this is because the majority of studies are of poor quality, being either agriculturally or analytically flawed. I reviewed the literature using clear validity criteria to ensure relevant nutrients were being compared in properly matched organic and non-organic crops. This eliminated 72% of comparisons as invalid. The results of these spurious studies were either dramatic, inconclusive, non-significant or inconsistent, as would be expected, and served only to obfuscate the clear trend in the valid data that organic crops, on average, do contain higher levels of trace minerals, vitamin C, and antioxidant phytonutrients.
Official food composition tables, including data compiled by the US Department of Agriculture, reveal that since the 1940s the mineral levels in fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy have declined substantially in conventional foods. Combine this with earlier (pre-ripened) picking, longer storage, and more processing of crops, and it’s not surprising that we may be getting fewer nutrients in our food than we were 60 years ago.
The artificial fertilization associated with conventional crops produces lush growth by swelling produce with more water. On a pound-for-pound basis, organic food has more “dry matter” (i.e. food). Partly because of this (and for other reasons too), there are higher levels of nutrients in organic produce. Research by American nutritionist Virginia Worthington has confirmed that, based on current dietary patterns, the differences can be enough to help you achieve the recommended daily allowances for certain nutrients that you otherwise may not get.
We can expect also that phytonutrients, many of which are antioxidants involved in the plant’s own defense system, will be higher in organic produce because crops rely more on their own defenses in the absence of regular applications of chemical pesticides. Evidence is emerging that confirms this expectation. Higher levels have so far been found of lycopene in organic tomatoes, polyphenols in organic potatoes, flavonols in organic apples, and resveratrol in organic red wine. A recent review of the subject estimated that organic produce will tend to contain 10-50% higher phytonutrients than conventional produce.
Benefits of Organic Food – Lower Pesticide Residues.
Consuming more organic food certainly isn’t the only way to improve one’s nutrient intake, but it may be the safest. It’s regularly claimed by the mainstream food industry that pesticide residues in foods are known to be safe on the basis of total diet surveys that supposedly find the levels of pesticide residues in our food to be very low and within acceptable safety limits. But monitoring programs consistently show that around one in three non-organic food samples tested contains a variety of pesticide residues, with far lower levels being found in and on organic produce. Conventional-food proponents also claim that rigorous safety assessments show that pesticide residues are no threat to human health. Yet consumers intuitively know this is a false assurance.
Most pesticide-residue safety levels are set for individual pesticides, but many samples of fresh produce carry multiple pesticide residues. Rules often do not take into account the “cocktail effect” of combinations of pesticides in and on foods. Research is emerging confirming the potential for such synergistic increases in toxicity of up to 100-fold, resulting in reproductive, immune and nervous system effects not expected from the individual compounds acting alone.
Israeli researchers have linked symptoms such as headaches, tremor, lack of energy, depression, anxiety, poor memory, dermatitis, convulsions, nausea, indigestion and diarrhoea with dietary intakes of pesticides. Belgian research has found that women diagnosed with breast cancer are six to nine times more likely to have the pesticides DDT or hexachlorobenzene in their bloodstreams compared to women who did not have breast cancer. Hawaiian researchers following 8,000 people for 34 years have found that increasing consumption of conventional fruit and juice (and the pesticide residues they carry) raises the risk of Parkinson’s disease.
Dr. Vyvyan Howard, toxico-pathologist at the University of Liverpool, UK, comments on the trend towards organic food on the part of health-minded consumers:
“People are applying the precautionary principle to their own lives by purchasing food that has not been produced by industrial methods. From the simple stance of hazard avoidance, organically produced food is the best option that we have.”
The British Medical Association appears to agree:
“Until we have a more complete understanding of pesticide toxicity, the benefit of the doubt should be awarded to protecting the environment, the worker, and the consumer—this precautionary approach is necessary because the data on risk to human health from exposure to pesticides are incomplete.”
Benefits of Organic Food – Avoid Antibiotic Resistance.
Considering the growing problem of increasing antibiotic resistance in pathogenic bacteria, animal farming may be a much larger contributor to the problem than over-prescription of human antibiotics by doctors.
While the use of antibiotics is severely restricted in organic farming, they’re used extensively in non-organic farming to promote growth and to prevent disease from decimating intensively reared, overcrowded, stressed farm animals. As much as 60% of all the antibiotics used in Australia are given to farm animals, not people.
University of Queensland marine biologist Dr Simon Costanzo reported in the March 2005 issue of Marine Pollution Bulletin that antibiotics and antibiotic-resistant bacteria are common in the sewage and waterways of the state capital Brisbane, potentially posing a threat to human health and the environment. The British Medical Association has warned that antibiotic resistance is “one of the major public health threats that will be faced in the 21st century,” while the World Health Organization has called for a reduction in the use of antibiotics in agriculture.
Better animal welfare standards in organic farming minimize the need for antibiotics and other veterinary drugs—they are used only when strictly necessary.
So there is some important ‘food for thought’ (sorry couldn’t resist the pun)! Bottom line, organic foods are a simple way to reduce an individuals toxin burden of pesticides and food additives, increase their nutrient intake, and perhaps alter their consumption patterns away from less healthy choices.
Organic food isn’t a luxury. It’s how food’s supposed to be, and a valuable part of any regimen intended to maintain, improve, or restore health.
I do hope that becoming conscious of this topic will inspire action in your household to better support your New Frequency Children and your entire family.
BE-LOVED AND BE FREE
© Kyrona Unity Hope, 3rd December 2009