4 – What you Drink

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If you are ill or have been diagnosed with any disease, please consult a medical doctor before attempting any natural healing program. Many foods, herbs or other natural substances can occasionally have dangerous allergic reactions or side effects in some people. People have even died from allergic reactions to peanuts and strawberries.

Any one of these suggestions could be potentially dangerous, even lethal, especially, if you are seriously ill. Therefore, any natural method discussed could cause harm, instead of the benefit you seek. ASK YOUR DOCTOR FIRST.

What you Should Consider Drinking for Optimum Health & Wellness

  1. Best Drinks
    1. Water (purified by Reverse Osmosis, a Berkey Filter, or a Zero Water Filter)
      1. ewater.com (top expert on healthy water)
      2. bestpinksalt.com (This is where I bought my Berkey Filter.  Wendy is a friend of mine.)
      3. Bless your water before drinking it.  Give thanks and enjoy it.  Watch this 3min clip to find out why.  (Clip from the movie: What the Bleep Do We Know!?)
    2. Raw Organic Juice (buy a juicer.. single auger juicer is best, but any kind is good)
    3. Coconut Water (with no additives)
    4. Organic Fruit Smoothies (with fruit, leafy greens, super foods, dates, sea weed, hemp seeds, flax seeds, etc.)
    5. Herbal Teas (Peppermint, Ginger Root, Yerba Mate, Echinacea, Green, Flowers)
    6. Raw Milk (Kefir or raw milk, make sure to check local state laws)
      1. http://www.realmilk.com/
    7. Kombucha
    8. Healthy Sweeteners: Stevia, Raw Organic Honey, Dates
  2. Drinks to Avoid
    1. Anything with Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
    2. Anything that says Diet or Sugar Free (this means it has Artificial Sweeteners such as Aspartame)
    3. Anything with Corn Syrup or Agave Nector
    4. Pasteurized and Homogenized Milk
    5. Excessive use of Alcohol (choose Organic wines whenever possible)
    6. Most Sodas & Energy Drinks
    7. Most Sport Drinks and Fruit Juices (they are loaded with sugar or corn syrup and artificial flavors)
    8. Carbonated Drinks (blocks calcium absorption)
    9. More than three cups of Coffee a day
    10. More than three cups of caffeinated Tea a day

References

  1. www.mercola.com
  2. Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, by Weston A Price
  3. Superfoods, by David Wolfe
  4. The Gerson Therapy, by Charlotte Gerson
  5. Natural Cures They Don’t Want You to Know About, by Kevin Trudeau
  6. Voices of the Food Revolution, by John Robbins and Ocean Robbins
  7. Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices, b N.W. Walker
  8. An Apple a Day? Is it Enough Today?, by Dr. M. Ted Morter, Jr.
  9. Super Immunity, by Joel Furhman, M.D.
  10. Eat to Live, by Joel Furhman, M.D.
  11. Salt Sugar Fat, by Michael Moss

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