Frequently asked questions
The executive from the food industry:
The life story from the food and health lobbyist:
In short, the story from this food and healh lobbyist started with one advisory commission, and it became around fifty different advisory commissions for food and health. During these meetings, the purpose was to share the markets and protect each other’s interests. Regulations became a lawful tool to protect themselves and close the market for new competitors.
Every week there was a meeting from one of the commissions, and the staff members prepared the documents that they need to discuss, decisions made on common interests.
The question on the yearly earnings was around one million after taxes.
During the conversation, we talked about guilt and responsibility for the food and health crisis.
In short, the lobbyists don’t read and will ignore the documents from the independent studies. Their job is to increase turnover and create new regulations to protect their interests. Everyone inside this advisory commissions covers each other. When someone tries to change this game, this person has a short lifespan in the professional world.
There isn’t any healthy relation to the real world. Inside their function, there isn’t any relation between general health, healthy food, and healthy humans.
At home, his partner served daily healthy food to their family. They knew better.
The big pharma:
We had a long conversation after an intensive fight. The discussion was about Asthma. We discovered several plant-based solutions to stop the inflammation inside the lung that caused the Asthma.
The debate outcome had a clear message: three hundred million patients are using daily Asthma stabilizers. The earnings on these patented stabilizing products are immense; you are not allowed to enter this western health system.
If we continued, they would stop us.
On the question of how this works, we got a clear answer: Public execution or unexpected end of life.
We had in the last years several discussions about plant-based options. The answers were the same.
The large scale bakery:
A hard-working baker developed diabetes. In the conversations that followed, we asked this baker to create bread, especially for people with diabetes. His answer was surprising. He told us that the milling process of the grains was changed years ago, and they need sugars to ‘glue the flour.’ In the newest milling process, the fibers inside the grains are damaged; the sugar is necessary to produce the bread.
We did several tests and started milling our grains and bake bread with this. When the fibers are still intact, the structure doesn’t need additional glue. The combination with the right variety of grains made bread for humans with diabetes.
The food distributer:
The top sales products in the food distribution market are about very unhealthy food products. Without these products, our company will not exist. The conversation started. We talked about the low-prices that farmers get and the margins between the farmers and the end consumers. We talked about regulations that increased sales prices and made healthy food challenging to distribute and sell. And we talked about the possibilities for the food stores to contribute to healthy food and general health for the entire community.
A price example; the farmer gets 1.5 local valuta (for example, USD or Euro) for a hundred-kilo conventional food; the consumer pays 2 per kilo. The price increase difference is more than a hundred times (0.015 per kilo for the farmer and 2 for the consumer).
For the same product, when it has a biological label, the farmer gets 1.8 for a hundred kilo, and the consumer pays 5 (0.018 per kilo for the farmer and 5 for the consumer).
The farmer won’t get enough to compensate for his effort and good living. The supermarket/food store owner gets just enough to pay the labor needed to fill the shelves, clean the floor, and operate the cash register.
The price increase is, in most cases, after the farmer, and before the supermarket/food store. This price system isn’t helpful for healthy food distribution to end consumers. It makes healthy food costly, maintains the unhealthy food distribution, and increase symptoms and diseases.
The psychiatrist’s life story:
In their closed establishments, they did many different tests and experienced with their patients. Inside the closed establishments, they have the legal title to make decisions for their patients. Looking back, the psychiatrist said that the tests and experiments were cruel and needless.
For example, they place electrodes on mentally ill patients’ heads and looked at how much electricity they could add before they screamed. The idea was to see, or they could make them healthy again.
Besides, they tested many different pharma medications and looked at what happened. These tests, clinical trials, and experiments were well paid. The reports of death were always something else.
When this psychiatrist couldn’t stand it anymore, he stopped and contributed her knowledge to mindfulness and meditation development. The psychiatrist said; I’m ashamed of the tests, clinical trials, and experiments we did with innocent humans.
In the last years, we had many conversations inside the health sector. Everyone is aware of the food and health trap that they are in. Some of them have a position that they don’t need to care, and others see patients every day. The doctor has an important function. The regulations, the industry, and the personal knowledge provide the toolbox with regulated options.
From an economic standpoint, the role of a doctor is to bring people back to work.
How do you handle this physically and mentally when you see everyday patients with a disease?
- An oncologist knows that a large percentage will not make it for every patient they see at their practice. Maybe they see them back after three or six months or perhaps not.
- This situation is different than the doctor that diagnoses arthrosis; most of their patients will visit their practice for several years.
- Most doctors aim to keep their patients alive. The regulations give them a specific space to act.
- The general complaint from doctors is that their options for treatment are limited. They aren’t allowed to say something about healthy food choices and additional treatments outside the western health system.
- Doctors like oncologists that understand the impact of sugar on cancer patients aren’t allowed to communicate this. They have to give their patients a list of unhealthy sugared food products. This example causes friction for many doctors.
We talked with many doctors about making personal choices for themselves and their love-once. And why these choices are different than for the patients.
For their patients, they have to make regulated choices and advice. There isn't another way inside this western health system.
Sadly, the findings, discoveries, and solutions that researchers and developers make on health kept away for all of us. This example is about liver cancer. Researchers discovered that the ayurvedic treatment for liver cancer had a far better result than chemotherapy. Additionally, the ayurvedic treatment didn’t show any aging effect.
The researchers started the next phase of their research and saw very positive results. Everybody in and around the team happy and enthusiastic.
The university received a call from the pharma with a simple message. When you continue this research project, we will stop the university’s fundings and affiliated hospitals, and we give you a public execution. The government will close your budgets; you will go bankrupt.
The board of the university chose to stop the research. The message was that the study failed and had to stop.
The ministry did not authorize an investigation. Case closed.
The government official:
We had an open conversation about the financial and power structure behind the health-care market.
We had many questions like:
- why this food and health disaster can continue for decades without a stop
- why some industries can operate above the international and country laws
- why education is only focused on diseases
- how knowledge teaching about healthy food prevention could have an essential position in our society
- and many more
In short, the financial structure in the western economic system gives privileges to a few influential groups. These privileges let them dictate the laws, regulations, and policies. Politicians ‘only’ have to regulate and execute these dictated wishes and keep their citizens quiet.
When the health-care system became a democratic social right, the pharma industry got a supply monopoly for regulated treatments and guidelines. The law and regulations must eradicate other forms.
The same investment groups behind the pharma industry are involved and controlling the food supply chain. Unhealthy food and unhealthy dietary food advice provide more patients, a win-win situation for investors.
In this game, insurance companies are allowed to raise prices. The government can legally add tax budgets, pay additional for ‘the research to support the claims,’ etc. The pharma gets the patents and delivery protection on the new medicines. The government arranges legal protection for pharma, doctors, etc. The media have to support this with new complimentary messages, movies, reporting, etc. And the media get rewarded for public executions for the once that offer other than the regulated solutions. This way, the business model is created and polished.
The answer to how to change this; ‘impossible within the regulations.’ This only changes when humans stand up together, unite themselves, and step out of this system. Together the human power is more significant than the controlling influence from the few.
Conversations about global food and health crisis:
We had many conversations in the last years with humans in general and players in the food and health care industry. We had these conversations mostly in private settings, away from their offices. The goal behind these conversations was to find out what options there are for a change.
We show you some examples from the conversations that we had in the last years.
And many many more conversations.
It doesn’t matter what you believe or fear. We are all trapped in the same game and health crisis. A food and health game that benefits from illness and disaster. Let’s connect, support, and step out of this unhealthy game together.