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There are two kinds of land mammals. There’s the cats and dogs, which means lions, tiger, panther, and then the dogs, which are wolves, hyena, jackal, like that. Their jaw only goes up and down. Their teeth are long and sharp, there’s nothing flat, no flat. Even the back teeth, if you open the dog’s mouth, are sharp. They don’t have lips and they don’t have cheeks. That’s why when a dog is eating, the food falls out, they have to pick it up.

Their saliva is acidic. Their intestines are smooth and short, and they’re only three times the length of the trunk. Anyway, their liver has certain enzymes and they don’t sweat. They don’t sweat. When they’re hot, they pant. And their feet and claws are designed to kill, so …

Now, the other non-dog, non-cat, everything, elephants, rhino, giraffe, raccoon, not raccoon, deer, all the animals without snouts, the jaws move horizontal and vertical, for grinding. So, they have to grind, you have flat teeth.

People say because we have this tooth that we are carnivores. It’s the same, it doesn’t go down below the line. It functions as an incisor, it does not function as a piercing. If you’re confused, you go to the zoo and make the lion angry so he goes … and you’ll see. You’ll see canine, those are canine. They’re long, they’re pointed, and they’re meant to pierce, to kill.

So, we don’t have those. Dracula does. You remember Dracula, right? He has them, so for Dracula he’s okay, he can drink blood … You guys like blood?

When you eat meat, do you like it cooked?

Very well, right? You wanna boil away the blood, right? Just eat the muscle and what else, the nerve tissue, you like-

Anyway, so the saliva is alkaline, the cheeks and the lips … So, when we’re chewing, it doesn’t fall out.

Dog and cats don’t have lips, you know that, right? Did you ever try to kiss your dog?

Anyway, the intestines are eight to 12 times the length, eight to 12 times the length of the trunk. For example, my torso may be one meter. The digestive tract is 10 meters. We don’t make uric acid. And we sweat, we don’t pant.

And we have hands and fingers. We can’t kill, you can’t kill, it’s hard to kill. You can kill small animals. You could probably pick up a rabbit and choke it and then eat it. Do you like to eat the rabbit?

Just rip it open and eat important? Well, see, that’s a carnivore. These hands were made for pulling, plucking, peeling, planting, not killing. In fact, if we want to kill, we have to get a weapon, a tool. We have to make something to kill. We’re not designed to kill.

When they talk about omnivores, an omnivore is an animal that eats anything, right? Well, all omnivores must be able to kill, because if there’s not enough plants around they need to be able to kill. And therefore, all omnivores have a snout.

So, a dog is really an omnivore, a cat is a carnivore because a cat must kill and eat the animal alive. The dog, they would rather somebody else kill it and they like to eat the corpse. They prefer corpse. Everybody here prefer corpse? You like corpse, right?

Better than animal alive, right? You like to eat dead lambs, right, dead sheep?

So, anyway, the carnivore, the cats, they kill the animal, they break the act, and when the animal’s dead, then they eat it. They eat the inside first. They eat the liver and the heart and they eat the uterus, the ovaries, the testicles. Sounds good? The lungs, kidneys. They drink the blood. They chew on the eyeballs, the eyeballs are really good. You can suck out the eye, if you have a long tongue you suck, you pull the eyeball out and you can eat it.

Now, if they’re full and they walk away, what they save for the vulture, you know the vulture, is what we call steak. The scavenger, this is the one, this is the one, the dogs …

A bear is an omnivore. A bear is big and strong, but they have a snout. 90% of their diet is plant. They love berries, they love honey. But if they have to kill, they can.

Now, the problem is they have, you know, if there’s a dead animal on the ground the dog will smell it, and the dog will smell it and by the smell will know if he can eat it. If the animal is dead for more than 48 hours, 72 hours, they won’t eat it, ’cause know they know it’s food for bacteria and insects.

But we don’t know that ’cause we’re stupid, we’re really stupid. So, we kill the animal and it gets stiff. It’s called rigor mortis. If you try to eat it, you break your teeth. So, we hang it up and we let it decay. We let it decay for 96 hours and now it’s soft enough to chew. So, we cut out the puss, we cut out the maggots, and then we can eat it. We still don’t wanna eat it, so then we cook it.

So, we not only, we don’t eat the food of the carnivore, we don’t even eat the food of the scavenger. We eat the food of the maggot.

By the way, we don’t say that we decay it. When you’re in a restaurant the guy doesn’t come up to you and say, “This was decayed for two months, we’ve been decaying … ” No. He says aged, aged, it’s aged beef.

Well, when I was learning English, I learned that things that are alive can age, like a baby ages and becomes a child, the child ages and becomes an adult. But if it’s dead, it can’t age. It decays.

Why do we say aged? Because we instinctively would never eat a decayed corpse. And we don’t even call it that. Do you say to your family, “Would you like some dead pig and chicken embryos for breakfast?” No, we say, “Would you like some bacon and eggs? Would you like some … ” Right? We say it like that.

So, we change the name, we call it beef. What’s a beef? Did you ever see a beef walking around? What do they look like, beefs? How about nuggets? I’ve never seen nuggets walking around. Have you seen a nugget? Sausages? Veal? Veal is a cute little name for a tortured baby animal. So, we don’t wanna say the truth.

It’s just like, does anybody have health insurance? No. You have disease insurance. If you’re healthy, they don’t give you anything. How about life insurance? It’s death insurance, it’s not life insurance. If you’re alive, you don’t get it until you die? Why do we do this? Because humans have to justify everything they do. So, we lie to ourselves, we lie to each other.

Now, if you took a rabbit and an apple and you put it next to a baby, a two-year-old, a one-year-old, he’ll eat the apple and play with the rabbit. If you put the rabbit and an apple in the cage with a baby tiger, they’ll eat the rabbit and play with the apple.

So, instinctual, before, everybody’s young, you have to force your child to eat dead animals. They would not naturally eat dead … If you have a turtle, a rabbit, chicken, a cow, and you have a banana, fruit, what would a human normally eat? Are they gonna eat the animal? No. You have to teach it.

Have you ever gone driving in the country and you see all the grass, beautiful, and you see a cow walking and eating, right?

Right? Or you’re walking home and there’s a dead animal, what do you do? Do you go, “Great, I don’t have to go shopping now”?

We wanna give you the skills here, so you can learn how to prepare. One of them would be to go shopping? How do you pick a ripe piece of fruit? How do you pick a ripe tomato? Do you buy tomatoes that are still not ripe so that they can sit at home and get ripe at home? No? Cause a lot of people do that.

When you eat food, the important things are organic, fresh, and ripe. The problem is when they picked the banana, they picked it green. They picked it green because they had to get it to you. So, really, it wasn’t picked at the right time. The best banana is the banana that you pick right off the tree and eat. We can’t eat that way, so we have to …

The reason I tell you this is just so you can try to do it as, you can try to get as close as possible to eating the right way.

So, anyway, the good news is you will have a brand-new body in a year from now. So, take control of what that’s going to be. And the other thing that we’ll talk about, that’s very important, is your mind, your state of mind, your stress and all that sort of thing, because that impacts.

You can be eating the best food in the world and cleaning your colon out, and you can be in a relationship with somebody that is toxic, and it’ll all get wiped out. And you can come to a center like this and you can get well, and you go back home and you’ll be right back where you started.

So, again, the ability to deal with stress and to have good relationships, healthy relationships and things like that, very, very important.

And so, if you have those three things, we change your database, we give you skills, how to shop, how to prepare healthy foods, and we give you the experience, and then you’re here long enough to get some habits about going to sleep, then you go back, then you have a chance.

Also, you need to come with a spouse or a family member, because if you go back and you’re the only one that changed and you go back to a family who looks at you like you’re crazy, it won’t last. I always say bring your spouse and your mother and everybody, the more people the better.