Celery Juice Should Contain Carrot

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Diet is not correct. I have a high celery juice because it extracts sugars out of the body, all the toxic sugars that you've been consuming. Celery is a negative in carbohydrate, it doesn't have enough carbohydrate to digest itself. So, celery is a negative, that's why I had it predominant in the juice.

Once you've been on the diet for a couple of years, you're all of a sudden gonna be carbohydrate deficient some of you. Some of you have been really sugarholics that eat tons of sugar, it may take six or seven years for you to get to that point.

So, you need to add carrot to the juice, so you'll have more carbs to give you a little bit more energy.

If after a juice, you don't feel good, you feel tired. It's time to adjust, add carrot, anywhere from 20% to 40%, all. If you're a heavily jaundice person, you have a lot of yellow to your skin, that means you have a lot of bile in the system. You're already going to be sugar deficient add the carrot juice right away.

Yes. You'll turn more orange, but it won't be from the carotene, it'll be from the bile. You're yellow from the bile as it is. Asians have a lot of bile passing through their system because they eat 80% rice, they don't get enough fat. So, the body starts sending bile all the way through the system to digest all of the fat that is produced, the acetone that are produced by transforming carbohydrates into acetone, which is a fat. It's not a very stable fat and it doesn't burn very well in the brain and the nervous system, but in the fuel of the body and the muscles, it's fine.

It's good for the lackies and that's the way the Egyptians and the Chinese did it to keep slaves. They kept them only eating 5% to 10% meat, 80%, rice, and then 10% to 15% vegetables. That kept their bodies functioning high with their brains functioning low. So, they were good lackies, they were good slaves. They could work hard labor without disrupting the futile systems. So, on this system, it's like 35% to 40% meat.





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