Wednesday, May 26, 2010

LIVER KINDNESS TO BETTER HEALTH

Be kind to your liver and give it a rest. An overworked liver means poor health and high cholesterol

TRY THIS FOR A FEW DAYS OR A WEEK AT A TIME.

Consume at least four glasses of pure apple juice a day. Apple juice is a wonderful liver cleanser.


Avoid, animal fat and red meat. Dairy products, fried foods, margarine, soft drinks and commercial oils (canola, corn and sunflower).  Leaven bread.     (Use virgin olive oil.)


Drink eight to 10 glasses of water a day. With water flowing constantly through your kidneys and liver, it will flush out accumulating toxins. You don’t wash your car or clothes with coffee or soda. So also, water washes your insides best.


Consume lots of nuts, fresh fruits and vegetables. Always eat fruit BEFORE meals to cleanse. Raw food provides live enzymes. These are not found in cooked foods, and are critical in the cleansing process.


Wondering what to eat?


Breakfast: Fresh fruit, oatmeal made with water, pecans, soy milk and sweetened with honey.


Lunch: Fresh fruit, Salad vegetables (Tomato, lettuce, avocado, onion, cucumber, corn, asparagus, raw mushrooms,) with grilled fish.


Supper: Home made vegetable soup with vegetables, lentils and or dried cooked beans. Small amount rice or pasta added, Stir in spoonful olive oil when cooked.


Flat bread. Self raising flower mixed with water. Pour into hot frypan and cook both sides. God wants us to take care of our bodies and our health. He tells us:


“Don’t you realise that all of you together are the temple of God, and that the spirit of God lives in you. God will destroy anyone who destroys this temple. For Gods temple is Holy, and you are that temple.” 1 Corinthians 3:16-17







18 comments:

  1. Don’t you realise that all of you together are the temple of God, and that the spirit of God lives in you. God will destroy anyone who destroys this temple. For Gods temple is Holy, and you are that temple.” 1 Corinthians 3:16-17

    Amen!!

    Very interesting words.

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  2. I am going to make a copy of this and try it. Thanks. Sandie

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  3. Good advice my friend, thank you.....:-) Hugs

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  4. your post was very interesting, especially because you shared such vital information is the simplest of terms...taking any excuses away! our bodies run on auto pilot, and will even run pretty well even when we don't take care. but our good health won't last forever if we don't sit up and take heed!

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  5. Thank you all for your comments.

    I believe many illnesses cancer included, can be avoided by the diet. Speaking for myself, I loose some weight everytime I do this for a few days at a time. It would be great to be able to follow it all the time as some do.
    Denying the body, I also use this as a FASTING time. A FASTING time to the LORD.. I see so much happen in my prayer life when I follow this..
    DENY THE PHYSICAL AND RAISE THE SPIRITUAL.
    Wooooooo Hooooooo God is so good.

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  6. ARE YOU GETTING EXCITED!!
    JESUS HIMSELF SAYS,
    "I AM THE WAY AND THE TRUTH AND THE LIFE,
    NO-ONE COMES TO THE FATHER, BUT BY ME!"
    JOHN 14:6

    I LOVE HIM !!

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  7. Interesting post. I've done a kidney cleanse a few times and my husband's done a liver cleanse. In fact, he found it from a physician in Australia!
    Anyway, I noticed in your profile you said "Late of Rogersville, TN". Funny, we live near there and have friends that go to church there. Small world.

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  8. RCUBES, Hey don't we all need reminding....ME ALSO! LoL Hugs to you.

    JenT, So very happy to meet you. You never know, I may know your friends or they may know me OR know of me...I was the Aussie Nurse who drove a white jeep with a FrillNeck Lizard front Tag. Please call again. HUGS

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  9. Wow. What is the random chance that 1. You found my blog and I'm from Rogersville. And 2. that my husband was diagnosed with steatohepatitis about 1 month ago! And THIS is the first post I read of yours! God has a purpose in all things and I am sure following your blog will be a great blessing!

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  10. Oh...and I have a story about that!

    http://mefindingmichelle.blogspot.com/2010/04/you-want-me-to-eat-what.html

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  11. http://itistimetothinkformyself.blogspot.com/2010/05/jingles-may-follower-award-week-4.html

    cool stuff,
    enjoy some gifts.

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  12. Dear Crystal,

    Thanks for visitting my blog with farm potographs. Duth is a very difficult language, yes!
    Special for you i've translate my new blog about my kids:
    http://meelevenmetmamaritha.blogspot.com/2010/05/blij-met-speeltuin.html
    Welcome!

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  13. Thnak you for the post. This has been on my mind and great to have a menu to guide me. Our bodies are the temple we need to maintain it as such.

    Thank you for visiting Sunday and your comments.
    When Kelita's web sight is functioning I will let you know. She will have samples of her music.
    Have a blessed week.
    Pam

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  14. I eat pretty well like this, but the water is an issue (literally) as I believe I have a gnat's bladder!

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  15. words of wisdom.
    cool,
    we do need to rest for better cause!

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  16. Michelle, Jingle, Mama'Ritaha, Paperbutterfly and Poetikat....
    Thank you all for visiting. God bless you. I shall visit you all tomorrow...
    Oh Michelle, My hubby Ray is enroute to TN as I write this. He should be almost there.Hugs!!

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