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LIFEFOOD DIET AND LIVER CLEANSE

Lifefood has the following characteristics:

  • Can reproduce itself (some exceptions here) (contains seeds)
  • Rich in bio-photon activity (a living plant emits light)
  • Has the genetic integrity to eco-sterilize against mold, fungus, yeast
  • Is somewhat close to its wild cousins
  • Appropriate for the human digestive system (like other hominids, we are basically frugivores. we aren’t carnivores nor are we herbivores)
  • Low on the glycotic index (contains sugars that the liver can manage)
  • Uncooked (kept below about 120F) (hot tea is an exception) (warming foods is okay)
  • Organically Grown (or at least unsprayed)
  • Does not contain gluten, gliadin, glutenen, casein

No Grain -  these all contain strange indigestible proteins, gluten, gliadin, and there are many others: wheat, corn, rice, rye, barley, spelt, oats.

No Beans – soy, chickpea, black bean, kidney bean, adzuki bean, lima bean, soy products (nama shoyu, aminos, miso, tamari) (a little nama shoyu occasionally is ok but not as a staple).

No legumes – peanut, cashew (technically a peduncle)
No seedless fruit - watermelon, grape, navel orange
No high glycotic rate foods – carrot, beet, date, banana, potato, pineapple
No flesh, meat, eggs
No dairy products (unpasteurized, grass fed cheese can be a useful transition food but it isn’t natural nor ethical)
No synthetic chemicals, drugs, synthetic vitamins, preservatives (sulfites/sulfur dioxide in dried fruit)

What is the liver cleanse?

Most people have gall and liver stones mainly due to a diet high in insoluble fats and animal fats, indigestible proteins, refined sugars and refined carbohydrates combined with lack of adequate insoluble dietary fiber. The liver and the gall bladder would normally be able to break down these acid-forming foods but due to their overconsumption the bile in the liver and gallbladder become supersaturated and insoluble and “stone’ are created as these fats and cholesterols solidify. These stones can also become hard as sometimes they are encased in calcium and other minerals.

Passing stones is only one element of success of this program; it optimizes liver function, and improves bile flow and is designed to help cleansing to be increased some 400% over what might ordinarily be occurring. It is the foundation of cell rejuvenation and along with Lifefood nutrition, which is rich in food-based minerals, enzymes, vitamins and soluble and insoluble fiber that allows the body to maintain bile flow in the liver and gall bladder.

What is the 14 day Lifefood Nutritional Fast?

The Lifefood Nutritional Fast is 14 days of cleansing on which you are fasting from five things:

1)cooked food: excessive heat destroys enzymes. Robs the food from electrons, minerals and causes bile occlusion.

2)starch: no grains, rice, beans, bananas, dates, potatoes, corn, carrot, beets, etc.

3)solid food: saves energy

4)flesh: acid food which causes bile occlusion

5)breakfast: the digestive tract only rests when it is empty.

Though it is called a fast, it is actually a cellular feast. During this time you will have 3 “flush” days (liver cleanse). The rest of the days will be preparation days full of  Lifefood nutrition. There is an enormous variety of delicious food which can be eaten on this fast. Explore the natural bounty of the earth.

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