Fasting Can Save Your Life and Help Clear up Gallstones and Tumors

Fasting just makes sense.  Your body is filled with millions of tubes, and those tubes get clogged with all of the bad stuff you eat.  When given the chance, through fasting, the body can

  • finally take a much needed break from constantly digesting food,
  • start to clear the tubes,
  • clean up the organs that filter (kidneys, liver, colon to name a few), and start doing some housework.

You won’t starve, and everything is going to be ok.  Simple fasting.  It doesn’t cost anything!  It’s free and can clear disease out of you.  But it does involve you committing to the work of it.  Read some books on the subject.  I have one that I’ll recommend at the end of this article. I think it’s important to do the research and have a full understanding of the gift you actually have, which is your health.  When facing a disease, you certainly have access to, and encouragement to take a plethora of chemical medications.  Please know that you also have access to fasting.

Fasting is something to be excited about, especially if you are really sick.  When fasting, the white blood cells can get to work fighting off mold, bacteria, and yeast.  The kidneys and gall bladder will stop holding on to the stones inside and do their part to get the mess flowing out.  The liver will start unclogging and be able to produce more interferon to go after pathogens.  You deserve to have all of these good things happen to you!

Fasting is slow and steady, and so the benefits won’t happen overnight. If you are in a diseased state, it took years for your body to get that way so be patient. Just make a start.

The book I would like to recommend to you is Fasting Can Save Your Life, by Herbert M. Shelton.  I like older books and this one was originally published in 1940, then re-written in 1978.  I think older books may not have the prettiest pictures but often have the truth and common sense without all the fluff.  From the back cover:

The popular mistaken concept is that we cannot gain strength and build resistance unless we eat. So long as this illusion persists, thousands will go to premature graves.Food and nutrition are not synonymous. You are not nourished by food you eat, but in proportion to the amount you digest and assimilate.Through the ages men and women have fasted and regained health, peace of mind and a new way of life. Preservation of life depends on a system of right living. Fasting is only one phase of this system. When it is used properly and supervised by a qualified person, ‘Fasting Can Save Your Life’.

Here is a really good review of the book:

 

Herbert M. Shelton wrote his best books during his mature years, after 1940. The second edition of this book dates from 1978, so the reader gets the benefit of his decades of experience supervising tens of thousands of fasters.

He covers all the obvious angles: why to fast, where and when to fast, what to expect during a fast, when and how to break a fast. The safety of fasting. Who should fast? Should children fast? Should underweight people fast? Should pregnant women fast? The difference between hunger and appetite. Then, in separate chapters, he discusses various acute and chronic conditions that can be resolved by fasting: from arthritis and asthma to gallstones and tumors. From hay fever to heart disease, and others.

There is no more reliable source of advice on fasting than Herbert M. Shelton. He makes sense, basing his arguments on logic and sound science, not on testimonials. Recommended.

I hope what was discussed here has helped you.  One final note, people usually have more success with fasting when time is scheduled for it.  You need rest, and you will need to be able to focus, especially through the first 24 hours or until the strong cravings for sugar (and all of the bad stuff!) to subside.

Happy healing!

 

 

 

 

 

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How To Grow Fresh Air: 50 House Plants that Purify Your Home or Office

This book, by B. C. Wolverton, caught my attention for two reasons.  The first is I just like the idea of ‘growing’ fresh air.  Electric air purifiers are great to have, and in my own family we did decide to buy one. It cost $300, which is considered low compared to some of the purifiers out there, I know.  But plants can be free!

The other reason the book got my attention is my goal to help others know that they can have a better quality of life by working with what already exists.  And plants are all around us.  A better quality of life is not necessarily about money.  It’s often about our decisions.

If you have a home with a front or back yard, you have free plants.  The possibilities, ways, and methods of bringing them inside so they will purify your air, are endless.  I have found baby pine trees sprouting in my yard.  It’s fun and interesting to pot them, bring them inside and see what develops.  Even something that would be classified as a weed can be turned into an intriguing indoor plant.  Get creative and bring in what looks beautiful to you.  Don’t worry about what anyone else thinks of your plant choices.  Just do it.

I’m sure you have heard about chemical emissions and how they are inside of our homes and buildings.  We can clean it up with plants and fresh, circulating air.  How To Grow Fresh Air: 50 House Plants That Purify Your Home or Office offers practical, to-the-point information.  Here is an excerpt from the book:

How pure is the air you breathe?

Plants are the lungs of the earth: they produce the oxygen that makes life possible, add precious moisture, and filter toxins. Houseplants can perform these essential functions in your home or office with the same efficiency as a rainforest in our biosphere.

In research designed to create a breathable environment for a NASA lunar habitat, noted scientist Dr. B.C. Wolverton discovered that houseplants are the best filters of common pollutants such as ammonia, formaldehyde, and benzene. Hundreds of these poisonous chemicals can be released by furniture, carpets, and building material, and then trapped by closed ventilation systems, leading to the host of respiratory and allergic reactions now called Sick Building Syndrome. In this full-color, easy-to-follow guide, Dr. Wolverton shows you how to grow and nurture 50 plants as accessible and trouble-free as the tulip and the Boston fern, and includes many beautiful but commonly found varieties not generally thought of as indoor plants. He also rates each plant for its effectiveness in removing pollutants, and its ease of growth and maintenance.

Studies show that Americans spend ninety percent of their lives indoors, which means that good indoor air quality is vital for good health. How to Grow Fresh Air will show you how to purify the environment that has the most impact on you.

All plants clean the air, but for a specific list of plants that do the best job, add this book to your own personal library.

Have any creative ways you have brought plants inside?  Please leave a comment and thank you for reading.

 

 

 

 

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