|Submit Date:||13 Jul 2006|
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|Remedy Source:||Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, p 98|
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Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New
York, p 98
Hives, rashes, runny nose and other irritations after consuming certain
foods, usually fresh raw foods; raw foods are such excellent and efficient
detoxifiers that they cause a cathartic excretion of accumulated toxins,
usually through the skin (for example, orange liver bile excreting through
the skin owing to large intake of raw carrot juice); such 'allergies'
disappear entirely when the body is thoroughly detoxified; fasting and
colonic irrigations are the best way to start the process, followed by
Carrot juice: detoxifies the liver, blood and intestinal tract; balances pH
throughout the system; 2-3 pints daily.
Cucumber juice: purges blood and kidneys of acids and other toxins,
thereby enhancing excretion of wastes; balances pH; may be mixed
with carrot juice, 2 pints daily.
Wheat germ oil: rich in inositol, which improves fat metabolism, prevent-
ing accumulation of toxic wastes; improves oxygen absorption in
blood, which facilitates efficient, toxin-free metabolism.
Other beneficial foods: fresh lemon or grapefruit juice (no sugar) in
distilled water; raw egg yolk; raw potato juice; barley tea.
Foods to avoid: refined starch and sugar; pasteurized milk; cooked eggs;
overcooked meats; hydrogenated fats; chemical additives and pre-
hives rashes running nose