Next time you are in a crowded public place; look to the person on your left and look to the person on your right. One of you, statistically, will die of cancer. Another one of you will die of a heart attack… unless things change! I can already hear cries of, “It won’t be me!” And I hope so. A third of people in Europe, North and South America are dying from cancer, and half are dying from heart attack, and it’s spreading rapidly around the world. But it’s worse than that; chronic disease, due to obesity and poor diet, is hitting people at a younger age, as the years progress. Our children are becoming chronically ill young adults, who are destined to extend their life by medicine, in pain and misery, without the good quality of life they deserve. Whilst you will find me outspoken and blunt in this book, it is not meant to be judgemental. It just ‘is’. I have opinions and I have written them; but I have also drawn this information from masses of research. I grew up with a very fat mother, who was always over-eating and eating the wrong things. She ended up a life-time diabetic around the age of 50, with adult onset diabetes. My way of dealing with this, was to develop a fear of getting fat; and at an early age, got heavily into sport and exercise. I had no idea that ‘what’ I ate, was equally as important as the amounts that I ate. As the years went by, my nutrition expertise grew, especially when I got into body-building for a period in my life. I met Jill in 1994, and as the years went by, gained weight and maxed out at my heaviest-ever weight, at the age of 57, which was about 5 stone overweight. Because I carried a lot of muscle, I didn’t look really fat, just big, and my BMI (Body mass Index) was not overly excessive at 32. My blood pressure though, was high, and although I didn’t realise it, my body was crying out for the right food, and in smaller quantities. In November 2011, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and was told if I didn’t have it cut out or radiated. I was terminal. I was at the brink. I started to research, and found alarming information about cancer and heart disease statistics that aren’t public knowledge. I found hundreds of natural so-called cures for cancer and heart disease. But, in reality, they weren’t cures, they were simply ways of getting your body’s immune system back into balance (homeostasis), so that it is at its optimum level to fight disease; and that includes cancer, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis and heart disease; to name a few. The more I researched, the more complicated it got; until one day, it all became clear. Your body is a complex machine, capable of handling any disease, provided it is in optimum condition. For your body to be in optimum condition, you have to drink the right fluid, eat the right food, and keep moving. I began to realise that adults have choices with food drink and exercise. Children, however, don’t have those informed choices. They eat what they are given, drink what they are given, and copy their parents. Through ignorance and poor lifestyle, we are abusing our children. The damage that is being caused to a child’s body at such an early age, is creating long-term disease problems at a very early age. As the years go by, of populations over-eating and eating processed and refined food, instead of natural food that nature intended for us; heart disease and cancer is massively on the increase, and the ages for being diagnosed are getting younger, each year. Unwittingly, most parents are abusing their children by feeding them badly. This book is not meant to blind and bore the average person with statistics and science. This book is written in lay-man’s terms, for the masses to understand what is happening to our children, and themselves, with the food they eat. I make no effort to hide my spiritual journey, and no apology for quoting information we have been given from the Godhead.