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THE FULL GAPS DIET

 

A Typical Menu may include the following:

 

Start the day with a glass of still mineral water or filtered water with a slice of lemon. It can be warm or cold to personal preference.

 

If they have a juicer, you can start the day with a glass of freshly pressed fruit/vegetable juice diluted with water. A good juice to start the day is 40% apple + 50% carrot + 10% beetroot (all raw of course). You can make all sorts of juice mixes, but generally try to have 50% of therapeutic ingredients: carrot, small amount of beetroot (no more than 5-10% of juice mixture), celery, cabbage, lettuce, greens (spinach, parsley, dill, basil, fresh nettle leaves, beet tops, carrot tops), white and red cabbage, and 50% of some tasty ingredients to disguise the taste of therapeutic ingredients: pineapple, apple, orange, grapefruit, grapes, mango, etc. You can have these juices as they are, with some yogurt or diluted with water.

 

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The Many Names for Sugar


& Artificial Sweeteners

As you are eliminating sugar and artificial sweeteners,
you need to know all of the different ways they can be hidden in products.

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Nutrition-Essentials

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RAPID LIVER & GALL BLADDER CLEANSE

Cleansing the liver of gallstones dramatically improves digestion, which is the basis of your whole health. You can expect your allergies to disappear, too, more with each cleanse you do! Incredibly, it should also eliminate shoulder, upper arm, and upper back pain, and bursitis. (swelling of the knees and elbow joints) You have more energy and an increased sense of well being.

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Freshly-pressed Omega oils are health-giving nectars, but when oxidised/rancid these oils are toxic and
should never be taken. What causes rancidity and what needs to be done to ensure that Omega oils meet international health and safety standards? Bruce Cohen explores the issue.

There is justified concern among consumers over the quality of Omega oils. Recent tests in the USA on fish oils have shown large variations in quality, with some leading suppliers accused of producing health-damaging rancid oils.

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This is a repeat of an article that I wrote six years ago for Xtend-Your-Life newsletter. As I mention below, I never drink milk as I think it is the cause of many health problems suffered by so many people. No other adult animals drink milk (unless it is given by humans), so why should we think that we humans can? I am sure that if we were meant to drink milk as adults, nature would have made it easy for us to get.
Nature did not breed the cows and the milking sheds...

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