August 7, 2013

What Is Organics? Part 1: Dr. Diet and Organic Farming

Happy Wednesday to You!

I hope you had a great day yesterday.

I was very busy all day. I didn’t have time to get into the gym, but I was wise enough to go for a nice walk outside while I was on the CHEK HLC student conference call. I walked up my driveway, which is about a quarter mile long or more. I then walked down the main road a while before turning around to come back and hang out with a tree in the shade for a while.

It was a lovely work-in. I got a great pump, a sweat in the heat, and felt the joy of being outside in the sun.

After work, I met a friend at home and taught him some self-healing methods. We worked on the creation of a healing mandala, breathing practices, I taught him the Stork Walk tai-chi practice, and we meditated and chanted in my Health Mate IR Sauna, which was great.


August is Dr. Diet month on the CHEK editorial calendar, which I’m excited about. To kick off my education this month on Dr. Diet, I thought I’d help people become more informed as to what organic farming really is.

What Is Organics? Part 1: Dr. Diet and Organic Farming


In the video below, I begin an exploration of what organic food and farming really is.

I read an excerpt from page 57 of my book, How To Eat, Move and Be Healthy!, in which I refer to a study looking at pesticide levels in children eating different diets. This particular study showed that the only child tested that DID NOT have pesticide residues in their body was a child on an all organic diet.

In my diagram above, you can see that the soil is the foundation of biological life. Included in the soil, we have much more than just lifeless dirt, as many would believe soil to be. There are a myriad of various types of insects and creatures ranging from the insects and worms, to microscopic microorganisms.

Research shows that half a teaspoon of organic soil has billions of living microorganisms in it; the soil is ALIVE — if it has not been destroyed by man.

The health of the plants is directly related to the health of the soil they live in. Since many of the animals we eat are plant eaters, it is logical that the animals can only be as healthy and nutritious as the plants they eat.

Some of the animals we eat also eat other animals. Those animals can only be as healthy as the animals they eat, which is an expression of what they ate, which is an expression of the soil their foods came from.

Since humans eat everything below in the food chain, we stand to be very challenged by a diet if it is not organic. Each creature we eat is a “bio-accumulator”. If you eat a cow that’s created meat from eating toxic grasses and grains that have been treated with dangerous farming chemicals, then you are eating an accumulation of farming chemicals, accelerating your own rate of decline into fatigue, illness, disease, and death.

I hope you enjoy Part 1 of Why Organics?

In Part 1 of my “What Is Organics?” series I recommended a few books that I referenced because I thought you might find their topics interesting when studying organics and soil:





I have at least two more parts planned in this series, so we will get to cover some very interesting topics that I feel everyone in the public should be aware of for their own safety, and the safety of their children and their future.

If you would like to know more on these topics, please consider the following resources for your education:

1. Nutrition The Dirt Facts DVD

2. You Are What You Eat Audio/Workbook

3. Flatten Your Abs Forever DVD

4. The Last 4 Doctors You’ll Ever Need multimedia ebook

With this understanding, eating organic food is a must! I’d love to hear your thoughts about how you’ve applied what I teach regarding organic living.

Have a great day!

You are what you eat!

Love and chi,
Paul Chek