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Hitting Two Birds With One Stone

  Business Daily (Philippines); 4/8/1998

 

 

There will be fasting, abstinence, and a lot of introspection this

Holy Week. Health-wise, fasting is the quickest way to detoxify the body.

For we are walking chemical cocktails, constantly exposed to chemicals

from the air we breathe, pesticides in food, food additives, heavy metals

and anaesthetics, and residues of drugs that we take.

 

Our immune, circulatory, and nervous systems, as well as organs of

elimination and detoxification, can handle a great deal of toxins if they

are healthy and efficient. But chronic exposure to pollutants from the

air, food, and water has definitely lowered our resistance to disease and

changed our metabolism so much that it is causing enzyme dysfunctions,

nutritional deficiencies, and hormonal imbalances.

 

To detoxify our body, we have a variety of choices: fasting,

chelation, and nutritional, herbal, and homeopathic methods. These accelerate

the body's own natural cleansing processes.

 

The body's detoxifying system is just as complex as the other bodily

systems. The body eliminates toxins either by directly neutralizing them

or excreting them in urine and feces. They may also leave through the skin

and lungs. But there is a saturation point where the body's defenses, like

anything in this world, becomes overwhelmed, accumulating more and more

toxins within the body's tissues, usually in the fat.

 

Naturally-occurring dietary toxins and contaminants, environmental

chemicals and mutagens from cooking, hormones from meats, and invading

microbes pose a serious threat to health. Fortunately, intestinal enzymes

transform many of these chemicals and pollutants into other substances

that are transported to the liver where they are made harmless. About 25%

of detoxification happens within the intestinal lining as the liver takes

care of the rest.

 

What happens when the liver becomes a bit burdened? Juice fasting has

been a favorite choice of many. Drinking just apple juice for about seven

days, culminating with half a glass of olive oil, is a popular practice

in Europe and is meant to flush and clear the liver. This juice fast is

complemented with coffee enema, wherein brewed, not instant, coffee is

used.

 

Vegetable juices are another alternative for a juice fast. Dr. Evarts

Loomis advises that a detoxifying cocktail of garlic, lemon juice, grapefruit

juice, and olive oil be taken at bedtime, since the liver is most active

between 11 p.m. to 1 a.m., according to Traditional Chinese medicine.

 

If you prefer water fasting, drink water only for 24 to 35 hours. Be

sure to consume at least four and no more than eight pints of water during

the fast. On the last day, eat only raw foods like salads or fruits, plus

the recommended amount of water.

 

But before a fast, the exit routes of the body must be opened and

fully functional. There is no point in stirring up toxins if no path of

elimination is opened or if the toxins are released from the cells faster

than the body can render it harmless. The best time to fast is when the

liver's detoxification enzyme systems are working at their most efficient

and the bowel is healthy enough to excrete toxins rapidly.

 

Fasting is beneficial because it releases toxins from the fat right

away.

 

It also removes immune complex from the blood and eliminates food

allergens from the intestines. So hit two bird with one stone this Holy

Week -- fast for both your spiritual and physical bodies.

 

  

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