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  1. Stop putting poisons into your body.

  2. It takes 5-7 times the normal amount of nutrition to build and repair than it does to maintain.

  3. Nothing heals the human body in less than 3 months, then add one month for every year that you have been sick.

  4. Have moderation in all things.

  5. Make peace with nature.

  6. Live closer to God.

  7. You must take responsibility for yourself and your health.

  8. Eat as much raw food as possible.

  9. Exercise regularly the rest of your life.

  10. Practice and learn to understand completely Hering's law of cure, which is "all cure starts from within out and from the head down and in reverse order as the symptoms have appeared."



  • Eat natural foods and eat them raw when possible.

  • Eat only foods that will spoil and eat them before they do.

  • See that 25% of your calories are proteins, 20% fats and 55% unrefined carbohydrates (whole grains, fruits, and vegetables—the more they are processed, the worse they are for you).

  • Use naturally raised meat, including fish, seafood, poultry, beef and lamb, whenever possible.

  • Use organically grown fruits and vegetables, if at all possible (can you grow your own?)

  • Obtain good, fresh produce in season and freeze for later use.

  • Use fertile eggs, as they provide more nutrients and are less likely to contain antibiotics, sprays, also egg substitutes.

  • Make your own bread and bakery products. Buy a flourmill and make your own flour, whenever possible.

  • For shortening in baked goods use soy, sesame, peanut, or safflower, canola oil made by a cold pressed process with no preservatives.

  • Use peanut, sesame, or high oleic safflower oil for frying as they have the highest smoke point of good oils. Olive oil is best consumed raw or lightly heated.

  • Use carob for chocolate-like flavor, which carries its own sweetener.

  • Make you own ice cream, yogurt and cottage cheese.

  • Drink certified raw milk whenever available.

  • Drink distilled water, natural unsweetened juices in place of other beverages and also raw fruit and vegetable juices.

  • Drink herb teas and coffee substitutes.

  • Shop in a health food store and wisely in a supermarket. Be a label detective.

  • Eat some type of fiber foods daily. Drink 1-2 glasses of warm lemon water upon rising (fresh lemon juice).

  • Walk . . . walk. . . walk . . . use a mini-trampoline (rebounder)

  • Dry skin brush your skin daily.

  • Take responsibility for you health . . . work for it, it's worth it!


  • Eat highly processed foods such as white sugar, white bread, cookies, crackers, TV dinners, etc.

  • Eat foods containing chemical preservatives, dyes, artificial colors, etc.

  • Eat genetically modified (GMO) foods. These foods contain genetically produced chemicals that make them resistant to pests and herbicides. 80% of soybeans and at least 70% of all corn grown in the US is GMO.

  • Use "foodless" snacks. Plan for proper balance.

  • Eat commercial meat that has stilbestrol (DES) or other chemicals or from animals that have been inhumanely raised.

  • Use fruits and vegetables which have been sprayed, fumigated, dyed or waxed.

  • Use canned fruits and vegetables. Most fruits are over-sweetened and vegetables are overcooked. Cans can also cause aluminum poisoning.

  • Use eggs produced by hens in small cages, force-fattened, treated with chemicals.

  • Eat commercial white bread or other bakery products.

  • Use hydrogenated shortenings, any hydrogenated oil, and heat-treated oils with preservatives.

  • Use fat frying as fatty acids brake down at high temperatures.

  • Use commercial milk products which contain artificial coloring, flavoring, emulsifiers, etc.

  • Use chocolate as it interferes with mineral utilization, is highly allergenic.

  • Use processed milk, like pasteurized, homogenized, dried or canned.

  • Drink soft drinks with or without sugar, avoid stimulating drinks which exhaust the adrenals and pancreas.

  • Buy junk foods in a supermarket.

  • Blame anyone for your health—we are what we eat!


  • Cook only in stainless steel, corning, enamelware or glass. Do not use aluminum or pressure cookers. Throw away your Teflon pans.

  • Use butter instead of substitutes. A spread high in unsaturated fats: blend ½ pound sweet cream butter and ½ cup sesame oil.

  • Use natural sea-salt sparingly and watch for hidden salts in food.

  • Use a variety of herbs and spices when cooking—thyme, rosemary, sage, nutmeg, cinnamon, etc. . . . for food interest and for stimulating the appetite and gastric juices.

  • The use of apple cider vinegar aids in maintaining good gastric acidity. One teaspoon in a glass of water.


  • Fatigue and depression

  • Gas belching or flatulence

  • Headaches

  • Irritability, anxiety, nervousness

  • Insomnia

  • Nausea and abdominal discomfort

  • Protruding, tender, or rigid abdomen

  • Sagging posture

  • Lack of interest in work or play

  • Loss of memory or concentration

  • Lack of sexual response

  • Overweight, underweight, poor appetite, malnutrition

  • Skin blemishes, sallow complexion, dark circles under the eyes

  • Brittle hair and nails

  • Bad breath, coated tongue, body orders

  • Cold hands and feet

  • Swelling of the legs

  • Menstrual problems

  • Blood pressure too high or too low

  • Neuritis and neuralgia (aches, and pains in different areas of the body)


  • Mechanical problems (e.g. a prolapsed colon)

  • Temperature of foods too hot or too cold

  • Poor choice of foods

  • Too little liquid

  • Too little exercise

  • Improper combination of foods

  • Weak muscle tone of the colon

  • Emotional tension

  • Too little bulk


  • Cheese

  • Fried foods

  • Candies and sugar products

  • White flour

  • Salt

  • Salted snack foods (potato chips, etc.)

  • Beef

  • Canned, burned, fermented or processed foods

  • Heavy, hardshelled or cellulose foods, such as tops of vegetables and legumes

  • Pasteurized milk

  • Wine with meals

  • Carbonated drinks

  • Coffee (has a drying effect on the colon)

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