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HEALTH CURE

How Eating Healthy Can Cure Your Body

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Many of those who suffer from health issues such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), hair loss, thyroid problems and related illnesses commonly take pills for cure. However, the Hippocrates Health Institute in Florida, one of the world’s most outstanding natural cancer healing institutes, urges people to go for a much healthier option that would limit medicine-intake.

“That’s where I learnt that it was possible to treat, perhaps even reverse degenerative diseases in a natural manner,” said Subah Jain, who suffered from these health problems. She is now a health expert at Vedary, a holistic wellness centre.

“There’s a reason why dates hang on trees, not lumps of sugar; a reason why olives can be plucked off plants, not olive oil, and the earth yields potatoes, not potato chips.”

Jain then goes on explaining “what’s naturally healthy.”

“Each naturally occurring food contains nutrients in a specific ratio that makes these easy to digest, absorb and eliminate. When we toy around with these, we affect the way the food affects us, and we change as our body metabolises it.”

After three months of eating natural, Jain’s blood reports became normal.

She said that there is a healthy way to schedule our eating time as frequently stocking up on food in our stomach won’t give it enough time to digest. “In order to let your body work as it was intended to, it’s imperative to allow it at least 16 hours of rest in a 24-hour period, which means you shouldn’t eat anything within those hours, or else your body has no choice but to resume the process of digestion.”

This time window will allow our bodies the time and energy they need to rebuild tissue, melt fat, dissolve stones and cysts, cleanse intestines, flush out toxins and regularize hormones. But this doesn’t mean you can just eat whatever you want within eight hours, though. “Food should be four things: living, wholesome, plant-based and water-rich.”

“The first rule has to be eating foods rich in vital nutrients – fruits, vegetables, sprouts, coconut water, grains, nuts and seeds,” she continued, adding corn, barley, whole wheat, brown rice, oats, millets, nuts and seeds on the list.

Meanwhile Jain discourages us to eat processed, pre-packaged, bottled or tinned food as well as meat, poultry, eggs, fish and alcohol “as these will only make you feel lethargic.”

Based On Materials From India Times

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