"The Divine Instructions of Diet" presents a philosophical journey of exploration into the fundamentals of health. It begins with natural factors, causes and the needs of the living... More > organism to survive, and then discusses the human prehistoric and modern interpretations and utilizations of nature in the context of cultural, religious, and scientific influence.
It tackles the wide array of causes behind human health problems, the roots of which stem out of incorrect diet, a lack of balance between activity and rest, anxieties, and the broader concept of the modern lifestyle.
The core concept is to show that nature’s food system is a system of laws, and, as with any other known laws of nature, when are being breached, it leads to disruptive results.
The book argues that we humans, however, must adopt a new approach to the issue of survivability. Instead of “eat or be eaten,” “kill or be killed” we should shift to “live by letting others live.” This will definitely change people’s lives for the better.< Less