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Appendicitis and foods to eat and avoid

Reference #: 782
Submit Date: 13 Jul 2006
Browse Category: appendicitis
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Treatment used: food
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Country of Remedy: china
Remedy Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, p 98-99
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Ratings:
Total # reviewers: 2
Average Rating: 5.00
 
Effectiveness: 5.00
No Side Effects: 5.00
Ease of Use: 5.00
Effective after long term use: 5.00
Cost Effectiveness: 5.00


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Appendicitis and foods to eat and avoid



Remedy Description

Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New

York, p 98-99



Appendicitis



Acute inflammation of the appendix owing to excessive accumulation of

putrefactive wastes in the colon; first and foremost defense is a therapeu-

tic fast with twice-daily colonic irrigations to quickly remove the offend-

ing toxic waste matter, followed with therapeutic foods and juices to

restore colon and appendix health.



Spinach: provides the organic mineral salts required for repair and main-

tainence of the colon; raw bulk, or as 6 oz juice mixed with 10 oz carrot

juice, 2 pints daily.



Molasses: molasses in warm water is a natural, mild laxative which helps

keeps bowels functioning regularly, which prevents accumulation of

the toxins in colon that cause appendicitis; 2 tbsp in warm water, twice

daily.





Raw vegetables: a large salad of bulk, raw vegetables taken once or twice a

day provides the moist raw fiber required by the colon to maintain

regular bowel movements.



Other beneficial foods: sun-dried figs; prunes; raw tomato; raw apple;

papaya.



Foods to avoid: incompatible combinations, especially of animal protein

and concentrated starch pasteurized milk; cooked eggs; cooked fatty

meats.