“I feel so tired and ill. And nothing I do is making me better. What is wrong with me?”
I have heard this same complaint in my practice a thousand times over, and no wonder…
Have a look at these frightening statistics from the Centre of Disease Control:
- Over 50% of adults has a chronic disease.
- The average person is on 4 medications or more (not including supplements).
- Teens in college have a 25 to 30% rate of being on a chronic medication of ADHD or anxiety & depression.
- 1 in 4 children has a chronic illness.
- We are now seeing auto immune disease in the first year of life.
- One in 40 kids has autism.
- Fatty liver is now the leading cause of liver failure and people being on the liver transplant waiting list. Fatty liver is mostly a self-inflicted condition, due to lifestyle and diet choice, and rarely from too much alcohol or drugs. But, it’s not entirely your fault, because you didn’t know the proper steps to take to keep your liver healthy.
Chronic disease is continuing to increase and sadly so many people don’t get the long-term healing solutions they need.
The good news is, you don’t have to be one of these statistics!
Your good health story begins at the grocery store.
Tip Number 1:
Always stick to the outside aisles, where you will find real food like eggs, meat, full cream products like yogurt, butter, cream, cheese, vegetables and a few berries.
These foods are good for your liver, because your liver needs healthy fats to purify your blood and help burn your fat.
Tip Number 2:
Don’t buy products that are processed or modified.
If they have more than two ingredients, they are usually modified to the extent that your liver can’t break them down easily for fuel.
Tip Number 3:
Don’t buy anything low fat or zero fat, because these products are usually filled with artificial sweeteners and flavours.
They are incredibly harmful to your body.
Tip Number 4:
Don’t drink Pepsi, soft drinks, or fruit juices.
It makes no difference to your liver if it’s unhealthy coke or organic grape juice for instance.
It contains sugars and fruit sugars that are going to clog up your liver with fat.
Tip Number 5:
Don’t buy lean meat, buy full fat meats and eat the fat.
Tip Number 6:
Buy protein and eat at least one gram of protein per kilo of bodyweight per day.
You need good quality protein for all your amino acids, which are the building blocks of the body.
Tip Number 7:
You need fats and proteins to restore and rejuvenate your body.
You don’t need ANY carbohydrates.
So avoid breads, pasta and grains, as well as biscuits and rice.
Carbohydrates immediately turn into sugar or glucose in your blood that spikes your insulin and anytime your insulin is high, you aren’t going to burn your fat!
Tip Number 8:
Buy coconut oil, olive oil, macadamia nut oil, ghee or butter, and stay miles away from all the other toxic plant oils like Canola oil.
These are very toxic to your liver, immune system and hormones.
Tip Number 9:
Buy healthy unrefined salt.
Salt gives you the minerals your body needs, and when you have a lick of healthy salt, your sugar cravings go away, and this will keep you out of the central aisles of the supermarket.
These sections are full of toxic processed foods and products.
Tip Number 10:
Stop eating sugar, any kind of sugar.
Try intermittent fasting.
For example, you could wait for four hours after you wake up in the morning before you eat anything.
This will give your body a chance to spring-clean, and recharge your batteries.
It also boosts your stem cell production, which is great for your immune system.
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