I have been testing organic food for months now and have confirmed what I have believed for a few years now: organic food has very little nutrition in it. I don’t mean processed organic food, I mean, whole, unprocessed organic produce from health food stores — you know, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, etc. (Yes, chemically grown food is much worse.) Unfortunately these days, even organic farm soils are heavily depleted (see Senate Document 264), organic farmers generally do not know how to build healthy nutrient-dense mineral-rich soils, and produce is picked unripe and shipped long distances. You don’t have to take my word for it, you can test the nutrient levels of your own produce with an inexpensive device that you can keep and use right in your own kitchen. It’s called a refractometer, aka Brix Meter. Some growers and regulating agencies use them to measure plant nutrient levels in the field. Sadly, marijuana growers are more likely to use them than farmers. You can buy them online at places like Pike Agri Labs or eBay. (Make sure you get one that measures from 0 to at least 32 Brix.)
So what do we do? Slowly starve, develop degenerative diseases, then age and die prematurely? I don’t think so! For many people, this will mean that increasingly, food-based true superfood supplements (not stimulants being marketed as “superfoods”) must become a part of their grocery bills. But the real solution is, like our ancestors of only 100 years ago, most of us will need to grow our own food again. “Yeah right,” you say! “I work 80 hours a week, I don’t have time to grow a garden!” or “I live in an apartment with no yard!” Growing much of your own food is still a possibility! Read on!
One of the things I love about this reality is that as some of us come up with new ways to destroy ourselves, there are always others figuring out how to solve the problems. Thomas Giannou of T and J Enterprises in Spokane, Washington is one of the latter. A man of very high integrity, Thomas has developed nutrients and systems to grow high-ORMUS, nutrient-dense, high Brix food in gardens or containers! Say what? ORMUS elements are ceramic powders composed of discrete unconnected atoms of certain elements (the platinum group metals, gold, silver, and a few others in the periodic chart). They are so small, they act like lenses or antennae for very high frequency scalar healing energies, what some would call chi, or prana, or Reiki energy, tachyon energy, etc. ORMUS elements are superconductors, that is, they conduct electricity with no resistance. In the body, this makes them highly regenerative, and they are where the mind-body connection actually occurs, at the subatomic level. ORMUS is nature’s nanotechnology that has amazing quantum physical/energetic properties that are behind all healing and regeneration. Plants, animals, natural pure living spring water, fermented foods, and even air have ORMUS elements in them. But thanks to our pollution and irradiation of the planet; demineralization of soils through chemical farming; acidic, toxic, nutrient-deficient processed cooked food diets; and morally and emotionally bankrupt lifestyles; we have essentially become weak, nutritionally deficient, ORMUS deficient, irradiated mutants! (Just go into any conventional commercial grocery store and see how few people there even look healthy, much less actually are.)
90-Minute Interview With Thomas Giannou
So it was my great fortune to have a four-hour conversation with Thomas on the phone about exactly how to grow nutrient-dense food. He shared generously. The call was riveting, and I quickly realized his knowledge needs to be shared as widely as possible. So I later recorded a 90-minute interview with him, which is below. Thomas makes and sells products for growing “high Brix food” as he calls it, but he does not need to, he’s “retired” with a good pension! Enjoy!
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