Zodiac Cell Salts
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Hygienic food guide
- Organic Fruits Seeded - Unsulphured/Unoxidized
- Organic vegetables/Raw/Transitional diet use only
- Uncooked Organic Herbs
- Flowers/ Transitional diet use only
Cantaloupe – eat alone
Honey dew melon – eat alone
Jackfruit (Do not cook)
Olives- (Not cannned)
Black Radish – Grated
Raw honey can be used to predigest starchy foods. The honey is even more effective if you allow it to sit on the food 15 mins before you begin eating. The amylase in raw honey converts starch into maltose sugar. Do not cook raw honey with food or add it to hot food.
Nuts and seeds have enzyme inhibitors, it is best to buy them sprouted or germinate them at home before consuming them while on the transitional diet.
Foods grown with trace minerals are better for the organism’s health and prevention of ailments than manure and chemicals.
Sorghum Syrup has a higher vibration than agave, honey, molasses, and maple syrup.
Aluminum free baking soda is effective in whitening teeth that are stained due to discolorations from smoking, drinking coffee, and dipping tobacco.
Many mouth washing antiseptics contain harmful chemicals that enter the blood stream during every wash. Food grade hydrogen peroxide is great for oral hygiene.
When transitioning from the seafood diet red onions can be used to remove mercury from the body.
Tissue cell activity and regrowth are increased by using chlorophyll. All wounds inside of the mouth can be healed by using chlorophyll as a mouth wash, and as an extra incentive gargling with chlorophyll has a unique ability to kill anaerobic odor producing bacteria.
Lemons release positively charge hydrogen ions in water, this helps the liver function more proficiently
Celery salt dehydrated is an organic form of sodium chloride. Table salt, Himalayan pink salt, sea salt should never be used to add taste to food these salts are all injurious to the body and speeds aging.
Pineapples have enzymes that digest peanuts or any kind of nut proteins