Freedom of Religion and Dietary regulations.

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Here is a segment from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The observance and practice of religion or belief may include not only ceremonial acts but also such customs as the observation of dietary regulations.

Here is a segment from the bible.

And God said, ‘Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the face of this earth, and every tree with seeds in its fruit. You shall have them for food.’

In Way of The Remote Influencer, E-monks should consume food and drink that is suitable for their own specific needs. I use dietary supplements as part of my health regime. I also eat and drink items which are ideal for my body. I cannot force E-monks to take supplements. This would be a dictatorship if I were to do this. If the use of supplements is something that the E-monks want or need to implement, then they should be allowed to do so. It’s advisable to seek advice from a doctor first though.

I even eat chocolate, in moderation. This is because chocolate contains feel good chemicals. Dietary supplements are classed as foods. Dietary supplements are made out of natural substances. Dietary practices are also known to exist in Hinduism, ayurvedic medicine.

 

 

 

 

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