Category Archives: Remedies

Why Do Organs Get Sick cont…

OK, so we want to know how to make the blood really healthy because we want the organs to be healthy. Think of it like this; you cannot support life with something dead; life only comes from life. All cooked food is dead food. This would mean that in order to make healthy blood, which… Continue Reading

Why Do Organs Get Sick?

There are many who misunderstand why a particular organ is giving them trouble. Let’s take the thyroid for instance. If there is a problem with your thyroid, is the thyroid the problem? This is a good question and can lead us to understand exactly what the problem really is (and it’s usually not the organ itself). When… Continue Reading

Prostate Problems

Consume a fibre rich, whole foods diet consisting of whole grains and fresh vegetables. Include plenty of fresh and cooked tomatoes as they are an excellent source of lycopene, a phytochemical that has an important protective effect on the prostate. Pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds should be consumed on a regular basis for their high… Continue Reading

Parkinson’s Disease

The diet should consist of a high percentage of raw foods (fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds), which are high in fibre, and which will help to keep the body regular. Follow a diet that is composed of 75 percent raw, organic foods, as pesticides, insecticides, and herbicides are directly linked to Parkinson’s disease. Consume a… Continue Reading

Obesity

The diet should consist of fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, whole grains, and unroasted seeds & nuts, and legumes. Aim for a high percentage (ideally 80%), of your food in its’ raw form. Include a wide variety of foods; eat all of the colors of the rainbow. Good vegetable choices include cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cucumber,… Continue Reading

Osteoporosis

Avoid acid forming foods which deplete calcium from the bones. This includes foods that are high in sugar, refined grains, soda pop drinks, red meat, dairy products, high salt intake, and too much cooked foods. Consume old fashioned oatmeal (slow cooking) as it contains high amounts of silica which maintains strong bones. Consume foods which… Continue Reading

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

High fibre diet is a must, as it will regulate the bowels and soothe the digestive tract. Include whole grains, raw or lightly cooked vegetables, and legumes. Avoid wheat bran though, as it can propel waste matter through the intestines faster than is comfortable. Ground flaxseeds are a good fibre choice. Drink a glass of… Continue Reading

High Cholesterol

Consume a diet high in fibre, by increasing the amount of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, and whole grains in the diet. Soluble fibre is a great choice as it binds cholesterol as it passes through the digestive tract. Oats, oat bran, brown rice, beans, and fruits are all great example of soluble fibre. Carrots help… Continue Reading

High Blood Pressure

Eliminate saturated fats, shortening, margarine & refined vegetable oils. Eliminate all foods containing trans-fats. Reduce salt intake. Reduce consumption of refined sugars. Increase consumption of fibre. Avoid aspartame, red meats, diet foods, commercially prepared foods, or any foods containing MSG. Consume fresh raw vegetables & fruits in abundance. Beans & nuts are excellent sources of… Continue Reading

Heart Disease

A whole-foods, plant-based diet has been shown to sweep away arterial plaque. Meals should emphasize vegetables, fruits, legumes, and whole grains. Include foods high in essential fatty acids such as flaxseeds, olive oil, nuts (except peanuts). Eat lots of fibre. Garlic & onions reduce levels of bad cholesterol and lower blood pressure. The skins of… Continue Reading

Fibromyalgia

Follow a sound diet that is based on whole, unprocessed foods. Emphasize raw or lightly cooked vegetables, especially greens, and other foods that are high in nutrients and fibre. Flaxseed and flaxseed oil helps to relieve the inflammation of fibromyalgia. Avoid coffee and tea as these interfere with mineral absorption. Alfalfa sprouts can be useful… Continue Reading

Eczema

Consume a whole-foods diet, rich in fibre, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and their juices. Include essential fatty acids daily. Good sources are flaxseeds, flaxseed oil, and wheat germ oil. Do not heat these oils! Eat pumpkin and sunflower seeds daily, as these are excellent sources of zinc which encourages the proper metabolism of essential fatty… Continue Reading

Diabetes

Reduce weight. A high fibre diet, especially water-soluble fibre as found in oat bran, beans, nuts, seeds, and apples, helps to balance blood sugar. Avoid simple sugars, white, refined bread or pasta, and cow’s milk. Consume complex carbohydrates which improve insulin sensitivity and reduce blood sugar elevation. Brown rice, barley, oats, spelt, and kamut are… Continue Reading

Constipation

Acid fruits and vegetables are excellent laxatives especially in their raw form. Include oranges, grapefruit, plums, prunes, all berries, and fresh tomatoes. Take a good pro-biotic (2 or 3 capsules daily) until constipation improves. Use fermented foods such as sauerkraut on a regular basis to keep your intestinal flora in balance. Buy whole flaxseeds, and… Continue Reading

Chronic Fatigue

Eat a whole foods diet of raw fruits and vegetables, whole grains and unroasted nuts and seeds. Consume unrefined cold-pressed nut & seed oils for their essential fatty acids which help boost the immune system. Drink large amounts of purified water and vegetable juices to flush out toxins. Consume high amounts of fibre rich foods… Continue Reading

Cancer

The most successful cancer treatments are based on flooding the body with nutrients, which promote the oxygenation of cells and nourish the immune system, while at the same time starving cancerous cells. Consume a diet of all natural, whole foods. Include generous amounts of fresh vegetables and fresh fruits, which should be consumed in their… Continue Reading

ADHD

Consume a whole foods, plant based diet which includes fresh fruits, vegetables, nut & seeds, and whole grains. Fruits and vegetables should be prepared as close to natural as possible with a good percentage consumed as raw. Nuts and seeds should be only consumed in their raw, unroasted form. Many individuals with ADHD suffer from… Continue Reading

Asthma

Eat a simple, light diet, of foods that don’t promote mucus production, like raw vegetables and fruits, whole grains well toasted (except wheat which should be avoided), unroasted seeds, and unroasted nuts. Avoid mucus producing foods such as soft breads, potatoes (unless baked), all dairy products, rice, pasta, sugar, junk foods, fried foods, and refined… Continue Reading

Arthritis

Emphasize raw fruits and vegetables for a diet low in protein and calories and rich in the nutrients needed for re-building. Limit protein consumption to plant sources such as legumes and potatoes. An overload of protein, especially animal protein, causes painful uric acid deposits in the joints. Consume large amounts of dark green leafy vegetables… Continue Reading

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