A diet of fresh foods with life-force is your best insurance of good health, and preventative of illness...."bowels should go 2-3 times per day...otherwise it is constipation" (Dr. Bernard Jensen).
Why wait until illness and disease manifest before looking to correct it? Autointoxication is the outcome of an imbalanced diet and faulty bowel function - this combination can produce undesirable consequences in the body, and can be the root cause of illness.
Preventative medicine is of paramount importance to me, and the way I have lived my life for many years. In order to avoid the drug-route, I have ensured that my top priority is food, particularly good quality vegetables, and cooking everything from scratch. I understand how stress levels these days are high, and people have very little time, but it really doesn't take much time or effort to throw together fresh foods. In just a few minutes preparation time, even liquidising vegetables, pulses, stock powder together can make a nourishing soup.
Over the years people have consulted me with problems such as extreme constipation, or bowel activity once every 3 days or once every 4 weeks. Over a period of time this will inevitably result in a host of debilitating symptoms, if not serious disease. Once this is corrected, and there is an increase of bowel activity ideally to 2-3 times per day, the results can be astonishing, as well as a desired amount of weight-loss. This can be achieved by avoiding constipating foods, adding probiotics at the correct dosage and source, magnesium, correct fibre, (not all of them are), and especially vegetables. Other minerals may be involved, according to how much elimination of toxins is necessary.
Energy is always a good guage of health, but some people have got used to a low level of energy that they come consider normal. However, with proper elimination of toxins and bowel function, optimum higher energy levels and weight-loss, (if necessary), can result.
" When diet is wrong medicine is of no use.... When diet is correct medicine is of no need." (Ayurvedic Proverb)