I was seeking a solution to my mother’s terrible illness and because I didn’t feel I was receiving satisfactory answers from the team of doctors at the hospital. I realised that if I wanted to acquire some knowledge that was not considered ‘standard’ then I would have to dig a little deeper. Without realising initially, I had gained so much knowledge on the human body, diseases, and the mechanisms of action of drugs that were used to treat diseases; alongside that I was vigorously studying independent and peer-reviewed research into food and the science of how it affects diseased cells. I developed methods of my own for cross referencing analyses that enabled me to gain a shortcut, if you like, to the nuclei of information that I required for my more comprehensive research.
Yes, I guess you could say so. I always knew I had a good memory from childhood but with researching, one thing always leads to another and remains connected, so my memory for retaining considerable amounts of research appears to be improved! It’s not really, it’s just that in my head, it’s all like a chain, I only have to remember the first and last links in that chain and the rest comes to me automatically.
Seeing clients has always been part of what I do. I never stop wanting to learn though and researching is my passion. To me the two go hand in hand; the objective of the research is to learn and to share the knowledge in order to help those who need it. Doing research without sharing the findings would be a worthless objective.
That’s a great question, I’m happy to answer!
Dieticians – who are the officially qualified people who advise you on your diet and whose qualification is the only one accepted by hospitals up and down the country – look to correct imbalances in your body by giving the body whatever it is said to be ‘missing’ by using any readily available form of what they need for the job.
For example, in the case of a patient who has lost his or her appetite, if it is deemed that protein or carbohydrates or fats are what is needed, the dietician will typically prescribe a steady course of meal-replacement drinks that are said to contain a complete spectrum of nutrients.
On paper, all that is missing from the patient’s body is being provided using a sugary milk-based drink, but the reality is, everything has been provided artificially, with substances that do not complement the human organism. The patient was lacking in protein and so was given protein powder in dried pasteurised milk form; was lacking in carbohydrate so was given dextrose (simple sugar); was lacking in fat…. and so on.
In short, dieticians will replenish that which is missing, with a synthetic version because it’s the simplest thing to do and it ticks boxes.
With respect to nutritionists, it has to be said they are a many times better than dieticians in terms of the direction from which they approach restoring balance, despite the irony that it is not the official recognised qualification in hospitals, although that perhaps is also to do with a dietician’s slightly deeper knowledge of how hospitals operate in relation to food.
A nutritionist will have been taught about maintaining all sorts of balances within the body and to also recommend supplementation where there is lack of certain nutrients.
What I do places focus on understanding primarily that humans have not existed historically by taking any medication or supplement: in fact there is not one study that shows that the taking of any drug whatsoever has contributed to the betterment of our species. And the truth is there are plenty of studies that prove the polar opposite. My research has led me down the same path each and every time, which is that where man tampers with nature… that is where we get health problems. Whenever we leave nature to do its thing, we reap all the benefits and restore our health.
I seek to advise people on how to change their habits so that they can provide their bodies with what they require to heal. I don’t believe in supplementation unless there has been categorical evidence that I can verify and cross reference any number of ways to prove its efficacy. I use raw foods and advise on food preparation and combining methods and create bespoke remedies and programs for clients, but I also use state of the art bio-resonance feedback and high (RF) frequency equipment to treat problems and look in vastly superior detail at the client’s problem areas within the body.
Yes that’s correct, I am a raw vegan, eating only plant-based foods that nourish the body because they are alive! Raw foods are alive, and once cooked are rendered devoid of all of their living enzymes which are the key to our well-being.
It sure is! And he couldn’t be happier! He’s been a vegan since birth and he’s healthy and carries a very light-hearted jolly mood all of the time. Most pet owners are unaware that dogs and cats can actually be vegan and thrive. The truth is that all the oldest living dogs on record have all been vegans! Don’t take my word for it, look it up in the Guinness Book of Records, Bramble died age 27 – VEGAN! If you look at the animal kingdom you can see that all the protein-eating animals are the ones with the shortest lifespans, it’s all the vegans who live longer. Protein-eating animals are more prone to aggression also, which is never desirable in a pet.
In all of my research, no matter what I investigated, one absolute kept presenting itself; the common denominator of how nature has provided us with all of the answers we need for our supreme well-being. When I looked into pharmaceutical drugs I always seemed to discover that the active ingredient was derived from nature and that the actual substance found in its original form in nature was actually even more potent and worked synergistically with many other components found in the plant, to provide the body with more of what it needs and precipitate faster healing. So that’s how I ended up with the brand that is now recognised as promoting the ‘Nature is the Answer’ concept. Every question that you could possibly have relating to humankind’s survival, and in fact the entire animal kingdom and all of plant life’s too, lies in nature, we only have to take the time to look and to see what has been provided for us.
Be ready to apply yourself, and bring a ‘do anything it takes’ attitude. The mindset of doing it naturally is very different from the one we are habituated to in society today whereby we go to the doctor to be given something to take easily to remove the symptom. Healing naturally comes by conditioning the body, and that takes effort on the part of the patient. If someone wants to heal but is not ready to make an effort to do so then it would be a difficult thing to achieve naturally. So I’d say, be ready to change and be ready to reap the benefits! They are joyful!
Since Mark began to see clients his practice has evolved into looking in great detail at patients’ constitutions – using state of the art equipment – and assessing what looming problems are potentiating themselves, and creating bespoke programs for clients accordingly. He provides one-on-one consultations, runs workshops and courses and is a practitioner of High (RF) Frequency, using a Plasma Generator.
Since 2010 Mark Kimchi has helped hundreds of clients by informing them fully of their options, Supporting, Educating and Loving them, an ethos he applies to everyone he sees for consultations and treatments.
Mark currently will see clients who are serious about approaching their own healthcare from a natural perspective that is in harmony with Nature.
Evelyn’s Mark, Nature is the Answer & Raw Respite and its staff offer no cures. UK law precludes anyone not fully qualified as a doctor from diagnosing, treating or curing any disease, ailment or complaint of ill-health.
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