The inventiveness and wisdom of Nature

The plant and animal world provides humans with multiple food sources. The main difficulty lies in choosing, from all these possibilities, those that are really necessary and useful. There are multiple selection criteria: some peoples prefer pork, of all protein sources, while others reject it altogether. There are many such differences in evaluating the nutritional value of foods.

A single criterion would be able to compensate for all these differences in tastes or religious and moral-ethical prohibitions: the “species-appropriate diet” criterion. Let’s see the following examples.

What do you think would happen to a boa if, instead of a freshly hunted live rabbit, it swallowed a rabbit prepared as a steak? His digestion process would be much more difficult. As it turned out from one of the experiments of the member of the Russian Academy of Sciences A. M. Ugolev, living nature has the mechanism of autolysis (self-destruction, self-digestion). This means that the body’s own enzymes begin to break down the albumins. Accordingly, only 50% of the enzymes used for digestion are found in the digestive juice of the consumer. The rest are found in the tissues of the “victim”, be it a plant or an animal. Gastric juice triggers the auto-digestion mechanism. This is how decomposition processes begin in the “victim’s” tissues. As a result, the processes of digestion and assimilation of nutrients are accelerated and optimized.

The experiments made by A. M. Ugolev also revealed other laws, which clarify why the use of thermal processing of foods in the kitchen reduces their nutritional value to a minimum. During the tests, the digestion of the tissues, which kept their natural properties, was compared with the thermally processed tissues. It was highlighted that in the case of the first, the tissues were completely decomposed, while in the second case, the tissues still partially preserved their structure, which made it difficult to assimilate them. And this led to an internal pollution of the body. These findings shed new light on the dispute between the two dietary schools. One of the schools says that cereals and bread are indispensable in the diet, while the second school claims the opposite. But it is not the grains that are the problem, but the intensity of their processing: it seems that our digestive tract has to work with the cleanliness of incompletely digested remains, the more intense the processing of grains, by boiling, baking or frying. The same goes for bread, which is baked at very high temperatures.

But the phenomenon of autolysis or auto-digestion still cannot tell us whether a food is suitable for the animal or human species. The enzymes of the “consumer” must be compatible with the tissue structure of the “victim”. The two must fit like a key in a lock, only then will the food be digested with minimal energy consumption. Otherwise, it can be highlighted how the energy consumed for digestion is greater than that obtained from the consumed product.

These mechanisms of self-digestion exist in every living organism. In a potato tuber with a high starch content, there is a thin layer under the skin of the tuber containing starch-degrading substances. The same is true for wheat, rye or other cereal grains, whose husks contain exactly the necessary substances that can break down the starch and release the energy stored in it.

This principle is not designed to make the process of “eating and being eaten” any easier. But it fulfills another more important function, in which the embryo is endowed with substances and energy, necessary for its normal development. Let’s exemplify with the previously mentioned wheat grains. At a certain temperature and humidity of the soil, the enzymes that contain them begin to break down the starch in their structure into substances that will be used for the construction of the different parts of the plant: the root system, the stem and the leaves. With the released energy, the embryo is supported to carry out its development program, which it carries in its genetic apparatus.

The meaning of species-appropriate nutrition consists in the fact that all living organisms need the power of digestion of other living organisms that pass through them in order to obtain energy.

This type of nutrition is found throughout the living world. Each biological species has its own nutrition, as I mentioned in the boa snake example, since the characteristics of the food corresponding to the species are found in the anatomy and physiology of the consuming organism. For an even better understanding, I will give you two more examples.

It is known that the body of prey animals is adapted for digesting the meat of other animals. But no one serves a predator’s table, he has to manage his own procurement. That’s why it has us fast feet, sharp claws and fang-like teeth, which represent the “identity card” of prey animals. This unity between form and content is visible, which allows their survival, thus being maintained in anatomical features.

The second example comes from the world of plant-eating animals. The main food of camels is thistle (called “camel’s thistle”), an unpretentious plant, which is not too rich in proteins, lipids or carbohydrates. However, it completely fulfills the camel’s need for energy and substances and allows the animals to maintain their body mass, to withstand long distances under the scorching sun and hot sand, and to build up reserves of nutrients in the form of hump fat. The entire body of animals is adapted to the consumption of this insignificant plant. Every time I went to the desert, I looked carefully at how the camels feed. And I kept wondering how the thistles didn’t hurt the sensitive buccal lining of the camel’s snout. When I studied the inside of the camel’s snout more closely it became apparent to me that there were a lot of wart-like growths that could wrap around the thorns of the thistle so that they wouldn’t sting.

If a camel is fed with other foods, sometimes with fat-rich lamb skewers, it starts to lose weight, to “wither”. And try, conversely, to feed camel thistles to a lion. He would rather starve than touch a thorn.


Is man an omnivore?

Although everyone knows the importance of species-appropriate nutrition for all living beings, both “orthodox” nutritionists and more modern nutritional theorists deny its important role in human life. They all attribute to man the ability to be able, without in any way harming his health, to consume both animal and vegetable foods.

And on what arguments are their assumptions based?

Human faces would be located, based on the structure of his digestive tract, somewhere between herbivores and prey animals. Indeed, in our body, the length of the stomach/intestines digestive tract is shorter than in herbivores, but longer than in prey animals. In the human gastrointestinal tract there are no portions, as in herbivorous animals, where food undergoes primary processing by bacteria and other micro-organisms. And at the same time, the human stomach does not have the round shape that prey animals have. There are many other examples of multiple differentiations.

There are also other arguments, for the fact that man can consume, in addition to plant foods, animals. It has been assumed that man learned this ability in the course of his evolution. It seems that those who consider man “omnivorous” are looking for logical explanations from their side.

Of course, anatomically and physiologically man differs from both herbivorous and carnivorous animals. But that doesn’t mean he falls between the two categories. According to scientists, there is a third category of animals: fruit eaters. And people belong to this group. Foods suitable for its species are fruits, grains, grains, nuts, seeds, tubers, in other words parts of plants, in which the concentration of nutrients is much higher than in the green parts. Thus, the difference in the construction and physiological functioning of the gastrointestinal tract in humans and herbivores is clarified, the latter mainly consuming the green parts of plants.

The particularities of the diet corresponding to the human species do not bring it any closer to carnivores. The only thing they have in common is the very high nutritional value of the food they eat. Both fruit and meat are characterized by a high nutritional value. Here is mixed a similarity (but only apparent, since the quality of the food is very different), between the diet and the structure of the digestive tract corresponding to each species.

Let’s look at man’s ability to use meat in his diet. First of all, we must ask ourselves what man really calls “meat” and what he does not. Predatory animals that feed on the flesh of other animals hunt them alive and consume them immediately, and their tissues retain their ability to self-digest. Man does not actually consume meat, in the true sense of the word, but a dead combination of proteins and fats, obtained through thermal processing and culinary preparation. And we must also note that he has the ability to consume flesh due to his mastery of fire.

Although humans have been eating meat for thousands of years, no anatomical or physiological traits have evolved as in carnivores. We didn’t grow sharp claws or fangs. The chemical reaction in the mouth is basic in humans, and has not become acidic, as is characteristic of a prey animal. So that all attempts to draw a straight line between herbivores and carnivores and place man in the middle of this line – are doomed to failure.
Food appropriate to the species and cleanliness of the body

Here we will see that it is not about being used to a certain way of eating. Very true is the statement of Vladimir Vernadeski, who with regard to the nutrition corresponding to the organism’s species – says that it is the one that provides it with the substances for the construction of its own cells. From the point of view of energy supply and self-regulation of living organisms, the words of this scientist are decisive.

Let us begin by describing the energy supply systems that Nature has provided for each biological species. Whether and how they work depends on how well, rationally and economically the cells use the substances and energy received from the outside.

Equally important is the fact that the constant chemical structure of the cells depends on the mechanism of self-regulation. If the chemical structure changes, all existing systems begin to have deviations, deviations and deposits.

Thus, the anatomical and physiological portrait of each biological species objectively expresses its functional peculiarities, which guarantee its survival. The body cannot easily get rid of these peculiarities and replace them with new ones. Never will the deer go rabbit hunting or the wolf graze grass. Only man believes that by mastering fire he is able to “use” the flesh of his younger brothers. The word “to use” was put in quotation marks, because the use of meat brought nothing but harm to the human body, especially overstraining and exhausting its own resources.

“Let’s let the resources be resources” say the supporters of food “with everything”. “The result is the important one!”. And the justification of meat consumption continues: “The body receives the necessary nutrients and its survival is ensured – this is the main goal!”

I would agree with this argument only in extreme situations. Where human survival depends on it, for example during the Ice Age.

But today the situation is completely different. Through the development of agriculture, man freed himself from the constraint of searching for food in remote areas. Now he can get his groceries without much effort from near the house where he lives. Thus, meat should have lost its importance as food. But this is not the reality. Man has preserved the habit of eating meat, turning it into an addiction, which is transmitted from generation to generation along with mother’s milk. But although animal foods cover the momentary need for energy and substances, they act at the same time as time bombs, which are chemically primed. Somewhere in the depths of our organism, invisible and inaudible destructive reactions take place, until an extensive explosion occurs. This can be a sudden death or an incurable disease – it’s hard to say, it’s all about “luck”. The human body does not change – the explosion is inevitable.

And yet man has the opportunity to free himself from his own sufferings and follow the strong voice of sound understanding.

I am not referring here to asceticism, to the renunciation of all earthly joys, without which life would not be half as beautiful. For example, I can’t imagine Easter without cookies and Easter eggs, or painted eggs, or Christmas night without a goose or hen on the table. But I am completely against consuming these products continuously on every occasion or even without occasion. An intelligent man does not fall into this trap, of comfort, which takes him out of the diet suitable for his species. A healthy measure is a condition of human existence, both socially and physiologically.

In reality, maintaining “measurement” is a way that may be unusual for many of us, but very natural. And the sooner we start to get used to it, the healthier we will become. Since our body cannot only receive nutrients “from pills”, it needs to get what it needs from food.


Food suitable for the species

The clearest and most obvious example of species-appropriate feeding is feeding a young child with its mother’s milk. Man comes into the world as a helpless and immature being. Many years pass before his body is finally formed. For example, the respiratory system is fully functional only around 18-20 years. And the gastrointestinal tract remains damaged all its life, if the little one did not receive the nourishing milk of its mother.

Here we do not want to discuss the nutritional value of breast milk, which is often exaggerated. In terms of protein, fat and carbohydrate content, breast milk lags behind many foods, including its caloric content is very low. However, breast milk is characterized by a special content of amino acids, enzymes and other substances, which the newborn needs for its normal development, as well as by a content of energy and information that regulates the development of the little one . This information is different for each biological species. While human babies double their body mass only by the 180th day of life, a rabbit does it in six days. And it is very logical, if we consider that the rabbit, due to its anatomical peculiarities, cannot protect its young from predatory animals. Their chances of survival are higher the earlier they mature.

In this way, Nature has ensured that every biological species has a chance of survival.

At that time, the knowledge about feeding the newborn body with breast milk made me think about the energy needs of people. The example of children, who despite a minimal protein content in the diet develop dynamically and grow rapidly, was a wonderful model for the development of my theory of low-calorie and low-protein food rations.

This is how my idea appeared based on the utility (opportunity) principle: The human body is able to take all forms of energy found in its environment and use them use to cover his multiple needs. Thus, he can reduce his food requirements, strengthening his health and prolonging his life. The experiments made on myself, which have lasted for about 50 years, as well as the experiences of many of those advised by me, have confirmed the correctness and topicality of this idea.


How many sources of energy does man have?

As I have already mentioned, the supremacy in the scientific world is that of the “all kinds of food” Theory. Its supporters assume that man’s only source of energy is food, and that nutrition is nothing more than the appropriation of substances, which the body needs, to replace the energy consumed and to renew and rebuild the tissues.

In my youth I shared this belief, along with most of my peers. I studied the theory both in the Faculty of Medicine and during the three years of specialization in surgery. But during the war with Finland and during the Second World War, while I was searching for answers to many questions, I first began to doubt the veracity of scientific theory.

In my fieldwork as a surgeon, I faced many extraordinary and stressful situations. I was dealing with seriously injured people, and I had to decide quickly how I could help them and what natural powers I could use to help. That’s when it first occurred to me to use food as medicine. I began to understand the advantages of a vegetarian diet, and the image of a healing diet, to be used consciously and to preserve its natural properties, was gradually built up in me.

In difficult cases of burns on the limbs, but also in other injuries, which could have been complicated by tetanus, I obtained positive results: I supplemented the need for living food in those people with fruit and vegetable juices and always used natural remedies .

Later I took these experiences to the Institute of Neurosurgery, where I faced the problem of the danger of cerebral edema in the post-operative stages. In my personal surgical practice – thanks to previous preparations and post-operative treatment of the patient – I have never had to deal with such a complication.

It goes without saying that I have placed the healing power of food at the forefront of the Natural Healing System that I have designed. But at the same time, the evaluation, i.e. the psychological and spiritual-soul balancing of the human remains for me in the first place.

Doubts about the infallibility of the “whole foods” nutrition theory did not give me peace. And the considerations of the great scientist Vernadeschi, as well as those of the father of cosmobiology Alexander L. Tsiševschi, influenced me a lot. Both were of the opinion that all living organisms – including the human one – have properties that allow them to take from the energy of the Cosmos, to accumulate it, and through the activities of life to transform it and then project it outside, into the surrounding space .

Based on my personal experiments for many years I can state with full conviction that there are such channels of energy entry into our body. Due to their depth, their scientific research has practically not even begun well.


Why is the body’s energy supply so decisively important for me? The correct answer depends directly from the amount of nutrients we need and what qualities they must have.
Modern biology does not have at its disposal any honest research at the level of singular energy supply systems of the human body. That is why it uses many ideas and hypotheses of our ancestors, who perceived the world as a whole and considered man as a part of this world.
Truly, man is an inseparable part of the living substance, of the Whole of existing Organisms. First of all, it is linked to living matter by its very origin. At his trial he receives a program for further development, which is included in his genetic code. The further existence of the living organism depends on its ability to procure the appropriate energy from its environment to serve as its building material. He has at his disposal, for this purpose, multiple possibilities, as the proponents of the modern theory of nutrition believe. What are these possibilities?

Let us consider two situations in daily life.

The first example: you arrive home freezing, unable to warm up at all. So you pour yourself a cup of hot tea and hold it in your hand, and immediately its familiar warmth begins to seep into your fingers. This means that a certain amount of energy is taken up directly through the body’s skin. You are about to drink the contents of the teacup. Of course, there are not many nutrients in this tea, but you already feel warmer.

The second example: it is spring, sit in the shade of the trees, a cooler wind is blowing. Freeze a little and go further into the sun. You immediately feel yourself warming up.

You recognize both reactions, because you can perceive them in your body. But there are also ordinary, everyday things that do not fall under the responsibility of scientific research. But it gives us quite a bit of “scientific” information, which is often ignored in expert discussions on the body’s energy supply and the construction of its own substances. We have just learned from scientists about the direct possibility of using nitrogen from the air for the construction of animal proteins. The great physiologist I. M. Sechenov is working on this problem, who focused his attention on the nitrogen content of arterial and venous blood. His results show that there is clearly more nitrogen in the arterial blood, enriched with gases from the atmosphere, than in the venous blood, which comes from the tissues of the body. And so it could be concluded that some of the nitrogen from the atmosphere was absorbed by the body.

Sechenov’s research was followed by Wolski’s. He turned his attention to two possibilities by which the nitrogen in the inhaled air is transformed in the human body into proteins: the first, with the help of bacteria, which are found in the upper respiratory tract of humans, as well as in the large intestine; and the second by the uptake of nitrogen by the cells of the living organism. According to Wolski’s calculations, it follows that the human body can only take in 18 grams of nitrogen during a day through breathing. And this amount is enough for the production of 112 grams of albumin in the body.
American researchers also discovered that organisms can directly intercept atmospheric nitrogen, which is very useful for all living things. As the main source of atmospheric nitrogen are responsible for the approximately 100 lightning strikes that strike the earth every second. In research that lasted about 2 years, scientists proved that lightning produces as many nitrogenous compounds as other natural sources.
And let’s not forget the striking similarity between blood hemoglobin and plant chlorophyll. They can use the energy of the sun’s rays to bind both atmospheric nitrogen and other chemical elements.

And we must not ignore the possibility of obtaining energy independently of food. We can refer to resonance energy, which comes from the resonance between the frequency of the structures of the human body and that of the cosmos. This means that our system receives energy from cosmic rays. Here there would still be a lot to do for scientists, who devoted themselves to studying the problem of energy exchange in living matter.

As long as there is no serious research in this direction, it is necessary to talk about the quantitative part, about the part of energy that we take in addition to food. Let’s also think about the following question: why does the energy system of the living organism need the connection with the cosmos? The question seems difficult, so we answer it every day, every minute – through our entire behavior.


Longevity Formula

Have you ever taken a path that shortened the distance to the bakery or bookstore you were going to? Surely you know such “shortcuts”. And the reason is not it’s just convenience. A law is at work here, which until now is logical for the understanding of the healthy person: the shorter the road, the less time and energy we spend on it. Perhaps this law has other, more precise descriptions, but I will use it to discuss the Principle of Energy Optimization. On the basis of this principle the whole of living Nature is built.

To better explain its essence, I propose the following little thought experiment: you want to heat a pot of water. For this you have two possibilities. Either you can go to the yard, chop firewood, make a fire in a stove and put the pot of water on the stove. Or you can go to the gas stove and have hot water in minutes. It can be assumed that the decision you would make under the conditions of this experiment is self-evident.

Nature has designed inside our body both a Russian cooking stove – the organs of digestion – and several modern “stoves”, which are used now and then when there is a need for less energy. For example, fat is always stored in lung tissues. They are an inseparable part of the human energy system and are necessary for heating the air we breathe.

We already know that the air in the lung alveoli must have a certain temperature: 36.7 degrees Celsius. When taken from the atmosphere, the air can be around -40 degrees Celsius in winter, and must be heated within seconds to a gradient of over 70 degrees. Even if the problem seems technically difficult to solve, the body still manages to do it without problems: It uses for this the oxidation of fats in the lung tissues and the rapid release of heat.

Moreover, there are similar mechanisms in the upper part of the chest, where adipose tissue protects the large blood vessels. In extreme situations, the energy content of fat is used to heat the blood reaching the brain.

Our body’s energy system is quite decentralized and includes several levels of energy gain. We can ask ourselves why such a “pluralism” is necessary, in which each system, each organ, has a clearly defined circle of action. Our central nervous system coordinates the whole organism and an exaggerated autonomy of one region could bring disharmony in that organism.

We can argue adversarially on this topic, but even if the discussion were vehement, it would also be fruitless.

Fruitless, because Nature solved the problem without us and for us.

Many scientists believe that the energy that flows through living matter balances out over time, and its intensity influences the lifespan of the organism. The more energy that passes through us in a unit of time, the shorter our earthly existence.

This legality makes the decentralization of energy exchanges appear in a whole new light. Under these conditions, the energy content of living beings must be broken down and saved. Thus the existence of multiple energy sources is justified. There in the body, where man only needs to light a small lamp, it is useless to set in motion an atomic reactor. As a function of what we have discussed, the representation of the kind and amount of food on which the life span of human existence directly depends also changes.

We know of no life-form in Nature possessing an immortality of its individual organism. Its life span depends on many constant and variable factors.

Among the constant factors we mention the average amount of energy that a healthy representative of his biological species can use during a biological life. For humans, this energy “limit” is estimated at around 50,000,000 kilocalories, and this is according to the calculations made by the supporters of the diet “with all foods”.

Deviations from these values can have various reasons, which are usually limited in time. Here we are talking about the connections and changes between people and the outside world of a psychological, physical, social, occupational and climatic nature – which can strongly influence the energy consumption and lifespan of individuals. But since we’re going to be dealing with the whole species as it is, we’re going to use the average value.

We will establish a simple formula as a starting point. We denote the average amount of energy, which our organism needs in its life, with E1, the average daily energy consumption with Et and the duration of life with D1.

With these, we can obtain the following ratio:

E1 : Et = D1


Let’s look at what this formula has for us. Let us first calculate the lifespan, which the proponents of the “whole foods” diet theory estimate by their calculations. The “limit” of energy that man can use during his life is about 50,000,000 kilocalories, the average duration of the amount of daily energy that our body requires is estimated at around 2500 to 3000 kilocalories.

50,000,000 : 2500 = 20,000 days or about 55 years.

And now let’s come up with our theory. An average daily ration considered by the Natural Health System includes less than 1000 kilocalories. This is not a random estimate, but a real figure, which has been confirmed by the experiences of tens of thousands of people over many years. Sometimes this figure is lower, but I rounded it to 1000 kilocalories.

As a result we get:

50,000,000 : 1000 = 50,000 days or 137 years.

I have not presented you with simple mathematics, but Life. There are quite a few cases of people who lived even longer than that

But it is important to specify something: these calculations are correct when the human receives a natural diet as an infant. Most people change to my system when their body’s energy limits are almost exhausted, and the body is already burdened with numerous chronic diseases. But even in these situations, my System can help you to regain your health.

I do not claim that all the above calculations are absolutized. The great Ivan Pavlov said that the human body is a self-regulating, self-sufficient and perfect system. There is a premise whereby, given the natural conditions, the organism of reasonable men can extend the temporal boundaries of its existence to values that seem fantastic to us today. What prevents us from changing our current position?

The attractiveness of the “whole foods” diet has many subjective and objective motivations, which can hold people back from taking the decisive step, i.e. changing to a vegetarian diet. The most important reason is the habit of indulging our body, without thinking about the consequences of our greed.

As soon as it comes to doing something concrete, the power of habit gets in the way of our plan. And this convinces the man not with something useful, but overwhelms his will to change for the sake of maintaining the foods he loves so much.

However, man is endowed with reason and is able to change his views, even if they last for decades, when they no longer correspond to reality. I admit that it is not simple, especially the fact that the body and each of its cells is oriented to require a greater amount of energy, and this is written as the Norm in the subconscious. Deviation from this norm is perceived as an alarm signal. I could liken the body damaged by the use of “mixed” nutrition to a musical instrument badly tuned. The most gifted musician cannot play even an easy tune: because the instrument must be tuned again. This is not easy, even if it is to adjust only a few parts. But imagine what a much more complicated task it is, when we are dealing with billions of living cells, each of which must change its “tonality”, tens and hundreds of organs and systems, which form whole orchestras in the body our All these orchestras have to unlearn together and learn a completely new, unusual way of playing. We should not judge people too hard, because they decide to change, only in a hopeless situation in which their lives are.

However, understanding does not mean assent and enforcement. The path mankind has taken today is the path to disease, to suffering, which makes their lives unnaturally short, hard and difficult. And a very important role is played here by the theory of nutrition “with all foods”. I will not repeat my criticisms of this theory here. I limit myself to presenting to you some of the facts that I have learned so far, about the destructive action of eating animal food on the human body.


Do not make yourselves idols

Right from the moment of its appearance, the theory of nutrition “with all foods” considered proteins – of all foods of animal origin – as the ideal food for the body. It was assumed that they contain the most substances and elements necessary for man, which allow to compensate for the energy spent by the body. Against all the facts, against all the experiences of the vegetarian diet, this thesis of essential amino acids, which cannot be produced in the human body and must be obtained through animal flesh, fish and dairy products, has persisted – persisting from dissertation to dissertation, from a monograph to another. It was emphasized the high degree of use of animal proteins, which represent the most effective food for humans. The life and development of science fought these arguments.

First of all, in meat there are only 52% of substances that can be used in the human body, while in plants they are in percentage of 94%. Besides this, the content of nutrients needed by humans entering the body is completely different from that of plants. Animal meat is subjected to thorough processing, during which all the living properties of muscle tissue are destroyed and the mechanism of self-digestion is destroyed. It is transformed into a lifeless mixture of protein, fat and carbohydrates. As a result, man consumes an excessive amount of energy for his digestion. When man feeds on fresh plant foods that have preserved their vital properties, he makes full use of the auto-digestion mechanisms existing in plants.

Second, it has been established that all the necessary amino acids, including the so-called essential ones, can be manufactured in the human body. This process takes place, among other things, in the microflora in our large intestine.

Thirdly, the quality of obtaining heat and energy from the proteins of meat has proved not a blessing, but a misfortune for man – and this because of its inefficiency. Research has shown that for the same need, one must burn 32% more animal protein than carbohydrates.

With these findings, the harmful effects of eating meat on the body have not been fully described. Its most serious consequence consists of a phenomenon, the danger of which most of us do not know or perceive. I am referring in particular to the stimulation of children’s development (acceleration). Scientists believe that this affects physical and mental health as well as human lifespan. Natural immunity is low and young people mature sexually too early, so they end up having children at an age when the sense of responsibility for them is not fully developed.

The reason for this acceleration is largely the waste of energy, which is available to man for his entire life, only in the first years of youth. All the eczemas and diseases of childhood, which are described as disorders of immunity or metabolism, are but the consequences of a blind parental love, which is not bounded by a healthy human understanding. By overfeeding children with meat and sweets, parents unconsciously shorten their lives.

For those who have really decided to stop shortening their lives by becoming aware, I present a few more facts. These are related to the consumption of meat and, above all, to the amount of decomposition products that appear in our body, plus all the energy consumed to remove them. Protein breakdown products, especially animal proteins, are eliminated through the kidneys and require a minimum of 42 grams of water for every gram of protein. On the contrary, the combustion products of carbohydrates and fats are eliminated through the lungs, in the form of carbon dioxide, respectively in the form of water through the skin, lungs and kidneys. That is why an additional amount of water is not necessary, reducing the amount of urine accordingly and normalizing its composition.

It is very important to realize that the waste products of animal proteins pollute the body’s internal environment, reducing the self-cleansing ability of its tissues and affecting its ability to self-regulate.


Facts are the bread of scientists – my own experiments

The concept of healing nutrition did not come out of nowhere. I carried out a multitude of experiments that showed me how worthless is the representation of nutrition theorists with “all foods”. The results of the experiments were documented by the experts of the Research Institute for Physical Culture.

My first official experiment registered and accepted by the expert committee was with super-marathon athletes and required long and complicated training. What was the method and purpose of this experiment?

We decided in 1983 that a group of athletes, who switched to a natural vegetarian diet, would participate in the annual super-marathon. The control group was represented by the totality of the other regular super-marathon participants, but four athletes were chosen for the protocol, who according to the level of training and physical capabilities were similar to the experimental group.

The food rations of the athletes in the control group were established according to the norms of the Nutrition Research Institute and contained high-calorie foods with 180 grams of animal protein, 200 grams of fat and 900 grams of carbohydrates – together totaling about 6000 kilocalories. “My” athletes received, on the contrary, during the entire training period before the 500 km run no more than 800 kilocalories daily, and on the most demanding days, they received about 1200 kilocalories.

On the evening before the start, all the committee members expressed their doubts about my experiment. Have tried to convince me that the members of my experimental group will give up after the first kilometer, if they are not fed with meat, sausages, cheese and yogurt, or if they do not even get black tea with sugar, or if their strength is not supported by whole grains . They warned me that due to the lack of salt in the body, muscle cramps are inevitable. But from the very second day the faces of the committee members became thoughtful, and on the third day they brightened up, because they saw that the experiment went according to my design. The control group members arrived at their stage destinations drained of energy, while my protégés were fresh and in good spirits. The results of objective research showed that not only were they more resistant than their competitors, but they did not even lose body mass, and some even put on weight.
The results of the experiment convinced the sports committee and I was given another opportunity for another attempt, with the choice of the best athletes in the country. Thus we could meet our sports elite and study the way of life of these people. Since then I have a great respect for these brave and determined girls and boys who dedicate their lives to continuous self-improvement. They remind us with their new results how the limits of human possibilities can be overcome. But at the same time it was very clear to me that the focus is exclusively on the development of sports skills, while the development of their physical and mental health is not taken into account. In other words, everything is done to force the highest results, without any concern for their effect on their health, on their life span as an athlete and as a person. Then I understood why many athletes are often sicker and with more serious conditions than ordinary people.
I took care of two exceptional sportswomen who were interested in my natural healing system – the international master marathon runner Raisa Smechnova and the master athlete (running) Anna Charitonova. Even at the super-marathon in 1984, Anna Charitonova, who became a fervent supporter of the Natural Healing System, managed to cover the distance of 450 kilometers in less than 5 days. Thus she ended up being the only woman in a group of 40 men and ranked 6th. And what is most worth mentioning: he did not lose a single gram of body mass.
Raissa Smechnova gave up, as decidedly as Anna Charitonova, the substantial food rations, which are usual for overworked athletes, and switched to a plant-based diet. He initially lived three months under my system and later completed the first marathon run in the international competition in Helsinki. And this at 32 years old!
An important aspect of the success of the Natural Health System is a strong will. A very good example in this sense is the story of a participant in the long-term experimental runs from 1983, Elvira Marinițseva. Before the start of my health group practice class I was approached by a lovely, gracious lady with an intelligent and determined expression who begged me to accept her into my group without medical approval. Apparently, her attending physician did not give her permission, due to the EKG results.

I loved Elvira’s perseverance and her sincere desire to regain her health. After some medical tests I found that she was able to withstand much more effort than I asked from my health group, so I started preparing her to participate in the super-marathon. I assigned Elvira to a group of women who trained under my instructions. They met every day early in the morning and ran 10-15 km in dynamic autogenous training, bathed throughout the fall and winter in an outdoor lake, and did yoga and breathing exercises according to the Natural Healing System.

Elvira’s tenacity and determination helped her balance her sufferings. The same doctor, who did not want to give him permission for sports, attended a regular training and immediately decided to give him a medical certificate to allow him to participate in the super marathon.

This example shows what a huge role people’s spiritual qualities play in healing: their will, their understanding and no doubt their knowledge of the Natural Healing System.

The research that was carried out during the experiments by psychologists also indicated a positive thing: every participant in the long-term runs, who lived according to my system, proved a greater emotional and mental stability, in his connections with the environment, a greater well-being, more inner peace and willingness to help others.

After I was done with super marathon runners, I decided to continue my experiments with mountain climbers. I will not describe everything in detail here, but you highlight only some aspects, to remind you of the role of consciousness and will in the transition to nutrition corresponding to your human nature. Among the three climbers who participated in my experiment, there was one particularly well-made one whom the other men nicknamed Apollo. He stood out for his devotion to food. Even before our experiment he was a staunch vegetarian: his best friend had long since died of cancer. A few hours after leaving his dead friend’s side, the young man I speak of swore that in his friend’s memory his life would no longer depend on the killing of another living thing.

He differed from his colleagues, with whom he participated in the experiment, because of this sense of responsibility, developed very early in life. And this feeling made a perceptible energy field, which acted on the people around him and they, observing it, made everything more conscious and serious. I wish my students and disciples were crystals as bright as Apollo. Crystals that immersed in the human environment of expectations and hopes allow them clear and obvious aspirations to obtain their health, without “when” and “but”.

Experience has shown that the step towards the pinnacle of natural food can be obviously easier for vegetarians. Because these people are already freed from the disease-causing products – the consumption of meat and meat products. Not by chance, this mountaineer that I told you about found much faster and easier than his colleagues the path to healing nutrition and the natural way of life, being able to more easily withstand the overloads during the experiment.

Other experiments followed with a number of other climbers, whose goal was to reach a high plateau in Ala-Arșta. Two men and two women participated in the experiment, including the author of this book. We would wake up at sunrise and start climbing the mountain without eating breakfast. We would walk about 15 kilometers and return to the camp at around 5 in the evening. Here we were examined and weighed by a doctor and then we ate.

Our food ration consisted of a warm vegetable soup, a porridge freshly made from sprouted wheat, and infusions of live herbs. After the meal we took a relaxed walk of another 10 kilometers, this time not uphill but downhill, after which we returned to the camp. So I walked about 25 kilometers every day. I slept under the open sky, ate only once a day and drank only twice a day. None of us lost weight and none of us got sick. On the contrary, when we parted we were healthier than when we met, and we had gained new strength.

Finally, I want to tell you about our pedestrian march between Naltsic and Pizunda, which lasted 23 days. During this period, our daily rations consisted of 50 grams of buckwheat and 100 grams of dried fruit – and this during periods of considerable physical exertion.

Suffice it to say that during this trip I climbed four mountain passes. We entered Pizunda in very good spirits and whole, while our random travel companions, climbers who fed conventionally, could no longer move their legs from fatigue.

Even more significant were the results of the march organized by me for the four of us through the middle of Asia. My companions and I had daily rations of up to 600 kilocalories as we covered between 30-35 kilometers daily through the excessive continental climate.

And especially didactic was the crossing already mentioned, carried out in July and August 1987. Thanks to a request of the Geographical Society of the USSR, we proved that it is possible that the norms of the water requirement in the conditions of crossing the desert in the summer months can be reduced. Until then, it was believed that in the summer months, on foot expeditions in the hot sand dunes, people had to consume at least ten liters of water, to ensure the regulation of their thermal balance.

Sweat was believed to coat the skin and by evaporation cool it. But I know that the water that man drinks will not necessarily be eliminated through the pores of the skin, but undergoes a series of important changes, which require not a little energy from the body. That is why man is weakened by the excessive use of fluids and he overheats. This phenomenon has been known for a long time. Not by chance, Julius Caesar, before choosing his fighters from among his legionaries, put them through the following test: the candidates made a long march, during which they did not receive a single drop of water. Then they got as much water as they wanted. Those who drank a lot and greedily were eliminated.

11 people participated in my experiment – including a researcher, who wanted to study the dry area of the Aral Sea in conditions of complete lack of water, as well as authorized guides. They were all put on the System natural satiety and completely natural nutrition. The group had to cover the distance of 125 kilometers between the cities of Aralsk and Karateren. We intended to cover the distance in 7 days but managed to do it in 5 days. At that time I was already over 70 years old, but I was not a burden to others. On the contrary, I was an example of resistance and patience. From Karateren I returned with the tour guide to Moscow and the researchers continued the expedition. Some of them entered the Guinness Buch – Book of Records – for what they achieved.
In the course of the experiments I tried to minimize the water requirement in the fallow conditions from 10 to 1 liter of water per day.
First, we succeeded because the participants ate only low-protein and low-calorie foods and no animal products. Because animal products require 42 grams of water for every 1 gram of protein for their digestion.
Secondly, I consumed structured water, which was enriched with herbs (vegetable infusions), which did not increase the body temperature, on the contrary, it decreased it.
The specific reactions of the mucous membranes in cold conditions were taken into account. When drinking ordinary cold water, the instant reaction is intense thirst. I found that it was enough to hold a clean stone or a raisin in the mouth to cause the secretion of saliva, which is a naturally structured fluid, and the thirst immediately disappeared. I got the same thing with the hot herbal infusion.
They all taught us that we can reduce water consumption, without harming our health, to one liter a day.
When I started my experiments, I did not expect such a wide response from the public. I received numerous letters, including from abroad, expressing both astonishment and doubt. In a letter from the former Czechoslovakia it was argued to me how it is impossible to decrease the amount of water below 10 liters, for purely physiological reasons.

To clear all doubts, I decided to organize another expedition and invited participants from Czechoslovakia. This joint expedition took place in the following year, i.e. 1988, and consisted of 6 people on each side: Russians and a Czechoslovak. Five of my students, who lived according to the Natural Healing System, myself, five well-trained athletes from Czechoslovakia and a translator. And even though my students were physically less trained, none of them fell behind. Three of those from the Czech guest group dropped out on the road: one of them during the training march through the arid area of the Kopet-Daga mountains, the second was exhausted at the end of the first day of the march, and the third on the third day. The remaining ones, including the translator, walked with us for about 134 km, after which they also ran out of energy. This was to be expected, as they were fed a high-calorie, animal protein diet and drank at least 10 liters of water a day. Everyone was exhausted. The members of our group looked so prosperous and felt so good that they accompanied the guests into inhabited areas, turning back many kilometers from the road, and then continued the march to the end – that is another 272 kilometers.

My report for the Scientific Institute of Physical Culture, on all the experiments carried out between 1983 and 1989, had quite an influence, enough for me to be approved for funds for other, even more clarifying experiments.

I was able to convince 7 of my former patients to participate in another experiment. I had treated them all according to the principles of the Natural Healing System, each had difficult chronic diseases, from insulin-dependent diabetes, chronic hypertension, duodenal ulcer, chronic pyelonephritis due to a drug allergy, cirrhosis of the liver, heart failure due to obesity and cancer of the colon. Vater papilla. Before the experiment, all these former seriously ill patients were thoroughly investigated in the Scientific Institute of Physical Culture and were given approval to participate in the 500 km march through the central part of the Karacorum desert, between the city of Bacharden and the Kurtamyr national park.

After a thorough preparation of 10 days we set off. I walked through land without roads, through sand heated to 50 degrees. However, we walked tirelessly, enjoyed the majestic beauty of nature and extraordinary sunrises and sunsets. I slept on small mattresses. During one of the night stops, the desert gave me a small souvenir: in a pocket of my backpack, used as a sleeping pillow, I found a dry snake skin; it rubs against the stones and in this way it gets rid of the old skin.

We ate only once a day and drank green tea with honey and raisins, which cooled our skin. Our water consumption was a maximum of 1 liter per day.

Originally we planned to do the march in 20 days, but we only got 16 days , so easily did the participants with the huge distance finish it. At the end, they all felt great, not only did they maintain their body weight, but some even gained weight. And this despite a minimal consumption of food and water.

What decryption key do we have for these unique experiments, which were planned and carried out by me for 7 years (1983-1990)? And I still haven’t told you about everything, but only described the most important ones. Many of them I personally took part in – as another confirmation of the effect of the Natural Healing System, which I have lived by for the last 40 years of my life. If you think about it: 500 kilometers through the burning sand of the desert, not even young people manage to cover, and I was already 75 years old at the time of the last experiment.

If we try to put the results of the experiments into numbers, it will become clear that the Natural Health System is a system that really brings health to people. The classical medical system is characteristic for artificial people, who suffer from the modern diseases of civilization, and the natural healing system is for rational people, who have received the voice of nature and submitted to its laws.

The results of my research on performances from both groups clearly showed the differences between the two groups. It has been clearly shown that in artificial humans, the basal metabolism, in other words, the energy consumption of the organism in a state of absolute rest, is more than four times increased compared to rational humans. They used about 1200 to 1700 kilocalories, compared to 240 to 400 kilocalories. In the representatives of the first group, the respiratory rate was 18-20 cycles (inhale – exhale) per minute, while in the second group, 4 to 5 cycles. The artificial man accordingly used five times as much food as the rational man. Because our stomach has a limited content, the general opinion says that food should be “optimized”, meaning concentrated nutrients. As a result, the natural properties of food are completely annihilated.

The facts were so obvious that any researcher could make a connection with them. But how did the representatives of the “all foods” diet react to these facts? In no way. They did not recognize them, because if they did, it would mean that their own results were false. And the records? They didn’t even look at them, even though the facts were actually experienced in mountain climbs and under the heat of desert and wilderness. How do we try to convince such conservative and closed scholars? Most act as if what happened was so unusual that it’s not even worth the trouble to climb down from the ivory tower of science to evaluate the data. After a cursory glance, the facts were deemed unimportant.

Their reaction was not only incomprehensible, but also made me very sad. Because in the Natural Health System it’s not just about how much and how a person should eat, to stay physically healthy. Spiritual and emotional health also play a very important role.

If the saying that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body were to be believed, our society would have very few problems. But these problems exist, as everyone knows. Calls to the reawakening of spiritual values and appeals to the public’s reason and heart are still chanted from televisions and radios. Recipes are also given: the development of culture, the application of philanthropy, bringing the word of God closer to people. Not a few believe that society must learn to live in friendship, love and harmony between people and nature and all problems will be solved.

You don’t need to be too intelligent to notice the common point of all these “recipes”: the spiritual health of people must come from outside – from the state, from society, from entrepreneurs, from church people. In other words: the sick also go to the doctor and wait for him to cure them.

I do not mean to say that reforms are not needed—without them, my book could not have been printed. But these are for the spiritual good of a people, only when the pursuit of material good and excesses do not take the place of the soul and heart. The reforms should emphasize not only the idea of humanity and good, but also the search for a natural lifestyle, without excesses, which ensures both physical and spiritual health.

It is known that living matter rejects dead tissue. Let us imagine how the living Nature around us rejects our spiritless, dying world, a world in which there is less and less room left for people who yearn for physical and spiritual health. I myself am the best example: I need only take a single step away from the generally accepted representations l of “food with all foods”, to trigger the misunderstanding of others. From everywhere I received reactions like: “How nice it would be if…”.

It is incredibly difficult to overcome this position of people. That is why I emphasize not only certain methods, with limited objectives, that could treat one disease or another. I particularly desire to know the laws and principles of the functioning of living organisms as a whole. Only such knowledge, leading to new convictions, is able to strengthen your decision-making power to resist general opinion. Only in this way can you convince your surroundings and find your way back to nature, the one that gave us the feeling of the highest harmony, which we call SPIRITUALITY.