Dr. Christopher's Herbal Legacy
"Natural Healing with Herbs for a Healthier You"
Dr. John R. Christopher's
The second step to healing the body is for an individual to eliminate the mucus-forming foods from the diet. Using this procedure, not only are the sinuses, the bronchi, and the lungs cleared but also the constipating mucus (catarrh) in the tissues of the body from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet.
If this diet is followed as outlined, we guarantee that after a short time you will have much more satisfaction from the foods we recommend, for better health, than you ever had from the food of your former diet.
Now, what can you eat?
Any whole, live, raw foods. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and a small amount of fresh fish or chemical free chicken.
Salt, eggs, all refined sugars, meat, all milk products, flours and flour products.
Do not be concerned because this diet omits meat and the commercial types of protein and don't worry about adding protein, as you will get all that you need in these foods. The gorilla is built on the same order as the human being, and he gets all the protein he needs from just fruits, nuts and seeds.
The best food to start the day is fresh fruit or a good low heated whole grain. This should be a cereal in its wholesome state (with life in it). It can be prepared in a thermos bottle: Take a thermos bottle, fill in the early afternoon or evening one-third full of grain, then finish filling the thermos bottle with boiling water. Turn the thermos over two or three times to mix the grain and water. The next morning the grain is ready for consumption.
Sprouted grains are another excellent and nutritious food source. Alternate the grains.
Almost any live seed or grain can be sprouted, find the one you like and enjoy.
Fruit and vegetable juices along with dried fruits are another wonderful source for this diet.
There are also thousands of salad combinations available, with some investigation and experimentation, you will never run short of interesting combinations. This diet can be challenging as well as rewarding. The health and wellness that will result from following this diet is reward enough.
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