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Golden Rules of Health

  • BELIEVE IN YOURSELF : Believe in yourself and your power to heal yourself. No-one knows you better, or has your best interests at heart than you. Physicians and Alternative Health practitioners can only assist the body’s immune system heal itself.

  • RESPECT YOUR BODY : It’s the only one you’ll have, and there’s no way to trade it in for a new model. And someone else’s expensive body parts don’t fit very well!

  • DON'T SMOKE : The long term effects are devastating to your whole system. If you do nothing else, for your sake and your loved ones, do this now.

  • HOW YOU LIVE : Look at how you live your life. If you continually abuse your body with poor eating, no exercise, excess alcohol, and drugs (prescription or otherwise), expect your body to retaliate. It’s only trying to warn you.

  • PAIN : Pain and discomfort are signals the body sends to warn you of a problem. They are not illnesses in themselves. To cure the pain, you must cure the cause. Painkillers only make things worse; they mask the warnings and allow you to continue harming yourself, particularly if you take them for arthritis.

  • PRESCRIPTION DRUGS : Prescription drugs do not cure disease: they either mask the symptoms or suppress them. They might make you feel a little better, but are really delaying the problem which has the capacity to escalate in your body and become life threatening. If you are taking Prescription drugs, make it your goal to ease your way off them over a period of time, and repair the damage they have surely done. This should be done with the supervision of your physician.

  • HOSPITALS : Try to stay away from hospitals and the Super-bugs they have been produced using modern Drugs concocted by Pharmaceutical Companies. They know little about preventative Nutrition and do not have the time nor the incentives to keep abreast of “new” protocols using Nutritional Supplements as a valid treatment for disease.

  • EATING : You are how you live. Eating, and other habits determine your long term health. Many habits are “inherited” as part of growing up, like fast food, and are often difficult to change. But do not believe that these habits and their health consequences are genetically predetermined for you. You after all, are the master of your own life.

  • PROCESSING FOOD : What ever you put in your mouth must either be used to build your body, or must be eliminated from it through the stomach, the bladder, the lungs and the skin. The body has a miraculous capacity to do this with natural foods rich in enzymes. It has very limited ability to deal with modern food contaminants (preservatives, artificial sweeteners, fats, poultry and animal growth hormones etc.). What it can’t eliminate, it stores in the body, mainly in the adipose fat and in organs, lymph nodes, glands and joints. These deposits can degenerate into inflammation and even tumors. Clean them out regularly.

  • WASTE : Keep you bowls regular to assist this process of elimination. Constipation is a long term killer. Do this through good eating and exercise, not harsh drugs. The cleaner your system, the less likely it will become a breeding ground for infection, parasites and viruses.

  • WATER : Drink plenty of pure water pure water (at least 8 glasses a day) to keep the kidneys flushed. Do not drink tap water if possible. It is contaminated with two of the most toxic carcinogens (Chlorine and fluoride) known. And even this “purification” does not ensure that it will be free from parasites such as giardia and cryptosporidium.

  • SODAS : Stop drinking Sodas, particularly Colas and those laced with artificial sweeteners.

  • MEATS : Cut down on your consumption of animal proteins. You don’t need them in your diet, and they are highly contaminated by the time they reach your table. Substitute as much Soy based foods as you can. This is not a major sacrifice – there are wonderful non-meat dishes out there waiting to be enjoyed.

  • FRUITS & VEGGIES : Increase your consumption of fresh food, particularly uncooked fruit and veggies. But remember, this food is grown in soils seriously depleted by poor farming practices; they no longer have their traditional nutrients and enzymes in them. If you can find genuine organically grown food, buy it if its fresh. If you can’t obtain quality produce, supplement it with a green drink.

  • STRESS : Reduce your level of stress. A range of chemical imbalances in your system can elevate the level of stress you experience.

  • SLEEP : Try to get a restful night’s sleep every night.

  • EXERCISE : You need to be active at least three times a week. The more you puff and blow, the more good you are doing your system. The sweat glands and the lungs help flush toxins from your body.

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