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Cooked Food Craving - Periods

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detoxing grains

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[2003] 

[Aajonus] 

A lot of times when people grew up on a lot of grains, you have all these sugar byproducts. Now, Columbia University did a test and they found the byproducts store 70% to 90%.  

In a healthy body it stores for a lifetime at rate of 70%, in an unhealthy body at a rate of 90%. If you have not been a meat eater and eating good quality fats from meat, you will not have removed any of it in your lifetime. All of a sudden, when you start going on a diet like this, all of a sudden, the body's gonna get rid as much as it can from the nervous system quickly. 

And that causes swelling in the brain and nervous system, which can cause headaches. If that happens, you'd have to cut out all other vegetables and just mainly drink celery juice and eat tomatoes to get enough of the salts out the brain, and nervous system, so you reduce the swelling. So, you won't have as many problems. 

And as far as the female cyclical cycle being painful, the female organs do a lot to discharge poisons. The only thing that I can find that correlates with women living 20% longer is that the vaginal discharge is 20% greater than any man discharges of mucus is right to the equation that women live 20% longer. 

Cause they have another area to discharge quickly, a lot of toxic matter. So, in the cycle is where a lot of women discharge a lot of poison. 

Things that are high in natural sodium, which will help helping us swelling. Also, pink grapefruit. So, if you were change your juices to only celery for the period of time that you're suffering and eat half of a pink grapefruit a day in the afternoon, and tomatoes any other time, then you will have enough sodium to pull the salts, toxic salts that cause the swelling out of the system. 

So, you'll have less pain. 

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