Deep flush Link - week 1-2-3 - This removes deep toxins. Repeat every six months if needed.
Regular flush - Week 4-5-6 - This removes any toxin-spill, after the Deep Flush. Repeat every second day.
Your body might take a couple of flushes to adapt. After that, it becomes easier.
1 heaped tablespoon Trivrilleham Kalyanagulam Paste, dissolved in 100 mL hot water
1-2 heaped teaspoon Magnesium Oxide + 100 mL water
5-6 GutShine Capsules with 100 mL warm water or herbal tea
30 ml Castor oil with 1 tsp lemon juice, at bedtime, twice a week
Dissolve 1-2 heaped tablespoon Epsom salts in 50 mL boiling water and then add + 100 mL cold fruit juice / cold water
How often - at bedtime, twice a week, and whenever you are bloated. It should give you 2 larger bowel movements next morning. For the first 2-3 times please make sure next morning is free between 4 and 6 am.
Nutrition - Here is a plan, which can be developed slowly and steadily. Please adjust the size of your meals to be nice and comfortable.
Level 1: Eat your meals, at least 5 minutes before you are hungry.
Level 2: Up your low carb vegetables to 60% and proteins to 20% of each meal .
Level 3: Over 7 days, try to push your breakfast or lunch to 1% of your body weight.
Level 4: Over 14 days, try to push your breakfast and lunch to 1% of your body weight.
Level 5: Eat 70% low carb vegetables and 30% light proteins for breakfast and lunch.
Level 6: Upgrade your breakfast and lunch so that you only need liquids/soups/broths after 1pm.
How to do it - Here is a plan, which can be developed slowly and steadily. Please adjust the size of your meals to be nice and comfortable.
A simple example of how to upgrade your meals for rapid healing
Start with where you are and add 30g as given below.
Work comfortably and safely towards 1% of your body weight.
Breakfast could be up to 9am. Lunch at least before 2pm.
(B Breakfast, L Lunch and D Dinner S Snack)
B 300g - 330g - 360g - 400g - 430g - 460g - 500g - 530g - 560g - 600g - 630g - 660g - 700g - 730g - 760g - 800g and so on
S Protein, dense, solid
L 300g - 330g - 360g - 400g - 430g - 460g - 500g - 530g - 560g - 600g - 630g - 660g - 700g - 730g - 760g - 800g and so on
S Softer foods such as low sugar fruits
L One or two soups
Don't cut off all your pleasure sources such as chocolate, coffee etc. abruptly. As you build vitality, they become less desirable anyway.Chew & Sip -every mouthful 30 times. Sip liquids slowly, a glass of water should take 10 minutes to drink. Eat your breakfast and lunch 20 minutes before your normal time or before you are hungry. Eat your breakfast and lunch should consist of around 3 parts low carb vegetables and 1 part protein rich food (shopping list given below). Make sure both are solid. Gradually increase the size of the vegetable portion by about 30g every day - in a comfortable and safe way - aiming towards 1% of your body weight (meaning a 60 kilo person aims at 600g breakfast and same size lunch). Make a soup or two in the evening out of 100g cooked vegetables, boiling water, spices and herbs in a blender. Soon, your energy level raises and stabilises, and the need for high carb items vanish. Fruits are great for snacks. Nuts and seeds as morning snack. Steaming, boiling, pan frying, currying, baking etc. is fine, as long as its nutrient-dense and tasty. High carb items - You will find that your desire for starchy foods, sugars and dairy drops naturally. Getting organised - This is if you don’t have a lot of time to cook. Plan to make a meal in under 15 minutes. Stock high quality and easy to use food items. Have pre chopped, grilled, pan-fried, roasted, curried or steamed - in Tupperware refrigerated. Twice a week I would refrigerate or freeze baked, grilled, pan roasted, steamed, chopped and curried vegetables. Frozen vegetables are fine. Its easy to put them together! I personally like stir-fried vegetables, as it tastes fresh and warm. Slow cookers also make it super easy to cook nourishing, flavoursome food overnightSome funny facts - Most gluten-free products are high in carbohydrates, and hence increase inflammation. A sugar-free product might be high in bad fat. Many fat-free products are high in sugar, salt or both. Search “low carb meal ideas" on youtube.com for recipes. Sumo Salads? Batch cook.
Shopping List - This is a starters list. These are cell-nourishing, energy building, anti-inflammatory food items. Also personalise it further if you need to. Avoid anything that is not agreeable to you.
Vegetables. Artichoke Asparagus Avocado Beans Been sprouts Beet greens Beetroot Bitter melon Broccoli Cabbage Carrot Cale Cauliflower Chives Celery Celery leaves Cucumber Daikon Green beans Leafy greens Leeks Lettuce Okra Parsley Parsnips Pumpkin Radish Spinach Sprouts Squash Turnips Zucchini. Most colored, low carb items. Fruits. For snacks. Apples Coconut Cranberries Figs Lemon Lime Papaya Pears Persimmon Pomegranate. Low-sugar dried fruits are also fine in small quantity. Grain-like. Buckwheat Millet Rye Quinoa Amaranth. Beans. Adzuki Beans Black beans Black eyed beans Kidney beans Lentils Lima Beans Mung bean Navy beans Pinto beans. Generally all non-gassy items. Nuts, Seeds. Almost all nuts and seeds, soaked are easier to digest. Almonds Coconut Pine nuts Pumpkin Sunflower seeds Sesame seeds. Herbs, Spices. Allspice Anise Asafoetida Basil Bay leaves Cardamom Celery seeds Cinnamon Cloves Coriander Cumin Fennel Fenugreek Ginger. Curry leaf Fresh Lemon thyme Rye Licorice Nutmeg Seitan Parsley Pepper Rosemary Sage Tarragon Thyme Turmeric. Oils. Rice bran oil Olive oil Coconut oil Ghee. Sweeteners. Small amount. Honey Palm Sugar Molasses. Teas. Generally all caffein-free items. Alfalfa Basil Blackberry Burdock Chamomile Chrysanthemum Cinnamon Clove Comfrey Dandelion Fenugreek Fennel Ginger Green Tea Jasmine Lemon/ Lime Lemongrass Licorice Nettle Peppermint Sage Spearmint Yerba mate. Drinks. Fresh filtered or spring water (not ‘dead’ distilled water) Low sugar juices. Apricot juice Coconut milk Cranberry juice Lemon juice Prune juice. Condiments. Dark chocolate Chutney Coriander Coriander leaves Curry leaves Olive Miso Parsley Salt Tamari. Important - Limit all fermented and fermentable items (yoghurt other fermented items such as apple cider vinegar, kombucha, pickled vegetables) to a spoon or two, and a maximum of three times a week, that too before 2pm.
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