Feeding The Nations

Fighting World Hunger

In the past decade it has become apparent with all the natural disasters and unpredictable weather there may be
an impending world food shortage.  The world would be facing a terrible state of hunger and famine unless
something was done to increase world food supplies.  This has been made possible by converting under-utilized
or wasted food resources into foods.

Evidence shows that:  
It was not just the starving masses that were suffering
from malnutrition, but right here in the richest country on Earth with the most
abundance of food, people were also dying from malnutrition, not just the poor,
but people with considerable wealth.

The depth of the problem:  Starving people need not only calories but also highly nutritious whole foods that can
be easily assimilated without stressing the system

Our bodies need to feel satisfied by having all the nutrients needed.  Only then will the need to eat constantly be
suppressed.  Our body must have these nutrients to survive to work properly. But in this world of processed
foods, nutrient content is sadly lacking.  God never intended our bodies to work so hard to digest food that will
not even work for us.  He has given us an incredibly complex body which we do not yet really understand, and
He has also given us complex foods, that are the tools and resources that our bodies need to keep them healthy
and in good repair.

Due to the rise in disease from over consumption of nutrient lacking foods and
in countries
where food is scarce
, it is important to increase the nutrient rich food supply to fight world
hunger.  By converting under-utilized or wasted food resources into foods, this mission will
serve as a critical role in future years by dramatically increasing the world food supply.    

Wasted Food

This mission can be accomplished by various methods.  One in rice growing countries, arranging for the millers
to provide the fresh milled rice bran to the homeless, orphans, widows, and churches on a daily basis.  The fresh
milled rice bran is one of the most nutrient dense whole foods available.  However, nearly 50 million metric tons
a year is wasted.  Many rice growing countries do not have the capability of converting this bran into a usable
food source and it grows rancid within hours after milling and makes it unfit for human consumption.  By
making the fresh milled rice bran available to the poor, sick, and dying they would be able to regain their strength
and vitality.

Rice Bran is one of the richest sources of nutrients found in nature.  It contains all of the essential amino acids
(protein), all of the essential fatty acids, all of the important B vitamins, and rich source of vitamin E
(tocopherols and tocotrienols), beta-carotene (pro-vitamin A), both soluble and insoluble fiber, all of the
important minerals and most of the trace minerals - Contains many elements the body needs to maintain full
health and is one of natures most nutritious and beneficial foods.  Rice bran is nature’s aid to help us break down
food into energy quickly and effectively.  It is easily digested and tastes great.  There is something very curative
in only fresh rice bran that is unsurpassed in its nutritional quality.  

Kudzu, a plant from the legume family thought to be just a weed has many
valuable uses.  The kudzu vine offers its leaves, shoots, flowers, seeds,
and roots for use in a variety of healthy products.  Kudzu is a natural
treasure trove bursting with nutrients just waiting to be harvested.
Kudzu Naturals was created to bring the world this incredible resource
where nothing is wasted.  For more information contact:  
Dr. Sandy D. Corlett, ND, DPH, ThD.

Under-utilized Food

Another way to improve human nutrition is the sprouting of grains, beans, and greens.  Humans need living
foods that are uncooked, unpasteurized, and minimally processed.  Living foods contain enzymes capable of
digesting themselves while contributing excess enzymes toward relieving stresses at the
cellular level.  Sprouting is the best way to consume raw living foods.  Anyone can
grow sprouts ready to consume within 1 - 4 days.  They are rich in vitamins, minerals,
trace elements, enzymes, essential fatty acids, fiber, chlorophyll, protein, and
antioxidants.  Like green foods, sprouts help the body to cleanse, detox, rebuild and
heal itself.  Sprouting of greens, beans, and grains increases the nutrient content
30 - 600 times.   In fact, they are more nutrient dense than the full-grown plant.  Sprouts are the richest source
of nutrients found in nature.

Living Foods

The one common denominator between sick, diseased, dying, and starving people is the lack of deep leafy green
vegetables.  Green foods are living foods, which provide five unique elements that are not typically found in
other foods.  In fact, they play a key role in our physiological response to the other foods in our diet.  These five
elements are:  
chlorophyll, detoxifies and oxygenates the body, enzymes responsible for chemical reactions at
the cellular level,
trace minerals typically missing from foods.  Trace mineral deficiencies contribute to most
alkalizing elements neutralize acids and balance pH; lightweight proteins complete lightweight
vegetable proteins (polypeptides) that enhance the immune system, increase reproductive function and are the
building blocks for lean connective tissue.  Green foods are the most important component to nutrition.  The
chlorophyll present in green foods provides the oxygen we breathe, the food that we eat, and the ozone that
protects us from ultraviolet light.  There is no life without green foods.

In the beginning God said...  “I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree
that has fruit with seed in it.  They will be yours for food. ... everything that has the breath of life in it, I give
every green plant for food.” (Genesis 1:29)

We and this earth and everything in it were created perfect from the beginning.  The food we were given
provided everything we need to live.  We have forgotten a very basic simple concept:  We were give whole
foods, green foods, and living foods to eat.  

We have all heard the phrase:
 “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach a man to fish and he will eat
for a lifetime.”
 We have changed this phrase to:  “give a man a tomato and he will eat for a day, teach a man
to grow a tomato, and not only will he eat for a lifetime, so will his neighbors.”

Hunger and starvation is needless.  We live in an age where many nations have more than enough to help our
neighbors.  Not only do we need to reach out and help others we need to teach them to become self-sufficient
and enable them to grow their own food.   Hunger is real and it is right next door to you, not just in third world
countries.   Missions to provide basic needs of food, water, clothes, shelter, and love can alleviate this suffering
along with medical missions.  

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a
stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me.  I was sick and in prison and you came to
visit me....Then the righteous will reply, when did we see you?.... The King will reply, ‘I tell you the truth,
whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.’”  -Mt. 25:35-40

This is what we were called to do.  We were called to love one another, to help our brother, neighbor, and
enemy.  Jesus also said:  
“Feed my sheep”, and to spend our time on behalf of taking care of the needy,
orphans, widows, the lost, sick, and dying.  Have you seen anyone like this lately?  What did you do?
Whole, complete foods are the key to good health.
Will you help?

What can I do?

•  Help someone in need.

•  Buy a tomato plant, seeds, and/or Vertical Garden for a neighbor and
teach them how to use it.

•  Grow your own vegetables and share with the needy.

•  Don’t waste anything, give what you don’t need to a local church or mission or
someone that is in need.

•  Next time you pass a homeless person, help them.  Don’t just give them money.
Stop and talk to them.  Ask them their name, reach out and meet their needs,
whatever that might be.

•  Sponsor the Feeding the Nations Missions with your money and your time.

•  Call or write us for information on:  “Feeding the Nations” International Missions

Also visit our ministry website:  www.idochq.com
For More Information contact:

Dr. Sandy D. Corlett, ND, DPH, ThD at Diabetes Resource Center, Inc.

Mailing:  1973 Trestlebrook Way, Buford, GA  30519
(770) 277-3337 • (800) 354-0004
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