|Submit Date:||13 Jul 2006|
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|Remedy Source:||Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, p 102|
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Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New
York, p 102.
Closely related to rheumatism, gout is the inflammation of bones and
ligaments in joints, owing to formation of acid crystals; this is caused
mainly by diets that contain too much fatty meat, salt and alcohol, and
insufficient quantities of raw, enzyme-active foods.
Carrot, beet, cucumber juice: the potent alkalizing properties of this
blend help rebalance pH in blood and tissues and dissolve acid crystals in
joints; 10 oz/3 oz/3 oz, 1-2 pints daily.
Parsley juice: raw parsley facilitates oxygen metabolism and stimulates
adrenal secretions; both actions relieve the discomfort of gout and help
correct the excess acidity of blood and tissues which causes it; mix 4 oz
parsley juice with 12 oz carrot juice, 1 pint daily.
Celery juice: rich in organic sodium, iron, calcium and magnesium,
it corrects blood acidosis, dissolves deposits of inorganic calcium
in joints, and provides the organic calcium required for repair of
damaged ligaments and bones; mix half/half with carrot juice, 1-2
Other beneficial foods: cabbage; fresh citrus juices (no sugar); raw black
cherries (exclusively for 24 hours); raw black grapes (exclusively for 1-3
days); alfalfa tea or sprouts.
Foods to avoid: fatty meats, especially pork; organ meats, especially
liver; cooked spinach; cooked tomatoes; dry beans; alcohol; salt.