Cheese and Honey - Cheese Alone






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Cheese will do it the easiest, because if you have diarrhea, you need a lot that will dry it and hold onto it. So, do not eat honey directly with the cheese for that purpose. Cheese that's eaten without honey will not digest. Just remember anything that's dehydrated, your body has to leech enzymes from some other area of the body or other foods that you're eating that are raw and that are fresh, and bind those enzymes to utilize the cheese or any kind of dried food that you would have.  

So, dried food is not really a raw food. If you eat honey with a food that is dried, you will digest it because you're providing enzymes. But when you want to use cheese as a detoxifier, as a substance to bind with those poisons and move them out of the body, you eat cheese alone. 

Well, you don't eat cheese with honey in the same mouth. If you’ve had cheese with your meat meal and you've got some sauce with it that has honey in it. The honey's already bound with the fat in that sauce or in the meat meal. So, you can eat cheese with that meat meal, but when you put honey and cheese in your mouth together, the body will digest that cheese. 

That's a good thing. If you're trying to remineralize the body, you need extra minerals. If you have osteoporosis or your hair's getting very thin and you're losing it. You want to eat cheese and honey together twice a day.  

About anywhere from a tablespoon and a half to two tablespoons, with a third honey. In other words, one tablespoon of cheese to one teaspoon of honey. 

So, if it's a tablespoon and a half of cheese at a time, it's one and a half teaspoons of honey. If you're having two tablespoons of cheese, then you have two teaspoons of honey and do that twice a day. Usually after each meal you'll utilize it the best. But if you're having an abcessed tooth or having dental pain, or you're having sore joints, you can do it several many times a day until those symptoms are relieved. 

You have diarrhea or vomit. You eat the cheese without the honey, most of the time. You still need two times with the honey a day to make sure you're providing minerals to feed the cells, but to bind with the poisons that are leaving the body in your vomit diarrhea, to slow down the vomit, slow down the diarrhea, the cheese will absorb it, hold onto it like a sponge. 

So, you have a high mineral content and the body can use calcium, potassium and phosphorus to magnetize, these other poisons, draw them to it. So, as the blood, the lymphatic and the neurological fluids pass through the digestive tract, the minerals in the cheese will be drawing out those poisons from those three fluid systems. 

It will hold onto it like a sponge and it will pass right out without digestion, and that's what you want. That protects the body. No matter what you do, it’s not going to remove it. If you did something to stop the detoxification, it's a matter of you stopped the detoxification and it may have been just coincidental that you stopped having diarrhea at that time. 

I don't think people should stop their diarrhea or vomiting, the quicker you get those poisons out the better. And the only way you can get rid of that heavy of a concentration of poisons, imagine 3000 times the lethal dose. That means the dose of Thalium that she had in her vomit could have killed 3000 people. 

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