1. Vegetable Cleansing Soup
Using cooked, low carbohydrate, non-starchy vegetables, this is a great cleansing soup. Eat as much as you want for three days, without adding any other foods. Once the bowels are moving, follow with intense red meat protein, such as steak, to replenish and maintain iron and amino acid levels. Or, use the soup to replace a regular meal or two.
2. Distilled Water/Fresh Lemon Juice
If you cannot find steam-distilled water in the bottled water section of your supermarket, look in the ironing section. Steam-distilled water is used to prevent the build-up of mineral deposits in irons. Fresh lemon juice cuts the mucous build-up in the cellular structure and intestinal tract. You can just add this into your daily routine, or use it as a fast. Because lemon juice alkalizes the system, best to drink between meals. Sweeten with stevia if desired.
3. Distilled Water/Lemon Juice/Maple Syrup/Cayenne Pepper
To steam-distilled water and fresh lemon juice, you can add a tablespoon of pure maple syrup. Many maple syrups in the United States use formaldehyde in processing, so either purchase Canadian or ask at your health food store. The maple syrup gives your body some natural, easily assimilated sugar along with some trace minerals. Cayenne pepper capsules boost body metabolism. Add this into your daily routine, or use as a fast.
4. Sugar/Wheat/Dairy Fast
Simply eliminate refined sugar, wheat, and/or cow dairy from your diet. These weaken and inflame the cellular structure, often resulting in swelling, aches, and pains. Formaldehyde is often used in the processing of white sugar.
5. Caffeine/Alcohol/Tobacco Fast
If caffeine, alcohol, and/or tobacco controls you, then eliminate it long enough so you know that you are controlling it. Use brown around your auric field to ground yourself. Visualize pale yellow in your nervous system. Add Omega-3 fish oil tablets to your diet, as well as greens—steamed greens with olive oil and garlic – and/or liquid chlorophyll. (cont’d)