" Physiology Opposes Dietetics. "
…………” Human physiology is the study of the human body’s functioning. “
Physiology is a science, nutrition and dietetics are comments from the science, adapted to the habits already acquired by the society.
Physiology says that the human body can live at least :
• 3 Minutes without breathing
• 3 days without drinking
• 33 days without eating
The dietetics says that the human body needs to eat three times a day, which does absolutely not correspond to physiology.
This is only a small discordance between the TRUTH about real science and knowledge and the comments about it originated only from people’s lifestyle and based on no reality.
This is about everything that people do in life, really everything, religion, culture, traditions and etc. People, in general, are just a bunch of sheep in the middle of a herd walking so close to each other’s tail that they have no vision of life and its sense, really none.
I have no faith in these dead brain sheep for whatsoever.
Dr. Fabio Eden
MD : Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
PhD : Space Medicine, Longevity Medicine, Physiology,
Sport physiology and Anatomy
7th Dan Black Belt Tae Kwon Do Master
Read some of Dr. Fabio Eden’s publications about Health, Human Relations, Finances, Spirituality etc.
” People study the universe just by curiosity or to appear more knowledgeable than others as if they studied some machines that they saw just by curiosity but not real interest. The same way doctors study the human body and nature to talk like scientists, but not to know themselves and their own body and their own nature.
Some even claim that they write to share their knowledge and to teach something to others.
I don’t write books for any of these reasons. I have nothing to teach to anybody. I write books to clarify my own mind and soul. People don’t like to search for anything about themselves, in case they could find something wrong and would have to change it. I have no problem with finding my wrongs and changing them. My writings are my evolution throughout my life, and every discovery, or may I say new knowledge, is a change that I made in my previous vision. “