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Healing Nutritional Diet Tips

Updated on January 14, 2013
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  • Consult your doctor before trying new diets!
  • Never stop taking your prescriptions unless okay by physician!
  • Starting small is always a good idea!

What you eat can heal you or harm you!!!

A Healing Nutritional diet is always an answer, if not the answer.

Why, because it is normally what we eat that has us sick in the first place.

If you can't pronounce or read a word on the package which holds that food you want to eat then - put it back!

Most of the chemicals, additives, dyes and sugar, that manufacturers put in our packaged foods are highly addictive and in some cases detrimental to good health, but it is always the amounts in which we consume them that makes a difference

We should be eating living foods. Or as close to living foods as possible. Living foods are those that have been tampered with the least.

It doesn't matter the labels, fresh, organic or wholesome! If man touches it for mass marketing or has it packaged for any reason, it's been tampered with, because if you are not growing it yourself there are things farmers are doing to grow, sustain and ship their crops for money.

Just look for the least tampered with or the closest to it's natural state you can find in nature.

What not to eat...

Most of this list can be for a lifetime, and other's can be for a short period of time. The choice is always yours. Because personally, i think meats, as close to natural or wild as possible are fine but if you want to use these lists of do's and do not's for at least two weeks of more meat should not be consumed in any form at least not in large quantities.

  • Packaged foods
  • Meat
  • animal fats
  • dairy
  • non natural caffeine
  • added sugar
  • added table salt
  • fried,
  • margarine, hydrogenated oils

We know that raw is the best for our systems. Or as close to raw as possible gives us the most benefits needed.

What to eat, Raw

Foods rich in vitamins, especially V-C, chlorophyll and natural energy and lots of plain water

  • nuts - almonds
  • seeds - pumpkin, sunflower
  • natural caffeine - herbal teas
  • natural sugar - honey
  • natural salt - sea salt
  • natural rice - brown, basmati
  • oats, barley, millet, buckwheat
  • veges - cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, artichokes, onions
  • garlic
  • beans - pinto, kidney, yellow split peas, green peas, lentils
  • spices - hot pepper, garlic, ginger, cinnamon
  • fibrous fruit - basically all
  • oils - extra virgin olive oil

Eating these foods as close to God's natural state is the best but if you can't tolerate them totally nude, then when cooking them make them as healthy as possible with the least amount of heat. You want them to have some crunch and nutrients left to aid in your body's natural cleansing.


Exercising is also important. Moving around helps with one's body expelling toxins and fecal matter. You know all that garbage that has been stored up in one's body and clings to your intestines no matter what.

Getting some sort of activity in your life for as few as ten minutes continuously helps the body do what comes naturally to it, digesting, cleaning, expelling and functioning at it's optimal level. Movement also aids in the body healing itself.


  • continuous
  • nap

Sleep is also a necessary component of optimal health. Getting at the very least 7 hours, reaching that restful sleep that is achieved in REM state, heals the body. More than 9 hours for adults may not be beneficial.

There are studies that also mention when one goes to sleep makes a difference as well.

The amount of hours are a different story for children.

H2O, water

  • plain
  • natural
  • tap
  • filtered
  • distilled

Fecal matter built up in the body is credited for 3 to 5 pounds or more of waste remaining in the human body especially after a person has lived for any length of time eating what is not really the best for us.

Following these recommendations help with ridding the body of toxins. Which in turn revives the body, assists the liver, and glands. When we do this we combat issues with weight gain, lethargy, food related allergies, digestion problems and diseases

So try it for a week or two or more and see what a difference RAW or close to raw can do...


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