The Healing Process

What to expect when you improve your diet & begin cleansing:

As you move toward a better nutritional program, you will be incorporating more foods that are closer to the natural state. These foods are higher in enzymes, vitamins & minerals, & are capable of reproducing healthy tissues. In addition, you will be omitting harmful substances such as sugar, coffee, white flour, tobacco, etc. [Read more…]

Liver and Gallbladder Flush

Gallbladder removal is the most common operation in North America. Every year, more than half a million people undergo surgery to remove their gallbladders because of gallstones. Approximately 80% of all people who have gallstones show no systems. If the gallbladder is loaded with stones, there is very limited space to store bile. Bile, which is produced in the liver, stays in the liver & leads to liver congestion. The following recipe is a very effective & painless way to flush out both the liver & the gallbladder. [Read more…]

What are Parasites?

Parasites are hard to detect & can be difficult to get rid of. It is estimated that greater than 85% of the population has parasites. However, if you were to be tested by a doctor for parasites, chances are the results would be negative. The reason for this is that tests only exist for about 5% of the known types of parasites & the tests only catch about 1 in 5 actual cases. [Read more…]

What is Diverticulitis?

It is generally accepted that problems associated with diverticulitis are rooted in today’s common diet. Most diets consist of highly refined & processed foods that have a tendency to ‘slow the flow’. For our bodies to operate optimally a crucial factor is transit time, the time that lapses between eating food & the elimination of it’s waste products. If transit time is prolonged, harmful toxins will form. If fecal matter is not successfully evacuated, the remnants collect & harden on the walls of the colon. [Read more…]

What are Hemorrhoids?

The term ‘hemorrhoids’ refers to a condition in which the veins around the anus or lower rectum are inflamed & swollen. Hemorrhoids generally result from straining to move stool & can be caused by chronic constipation or diarrhea. Basically, there are two kinds of hemorrhoids, internal & external. According to some authorities, one third of all adults have hemorrhoids & in many cases are unaware of having them. They are very common in both men & women, & about half of the population will have hemorrhoids by the age of 50. [Read more…]