5 thoughts on “Random of the Day: Flush The Toxins

  1. tkbrownwriter

    Above, in your reference to the Apple Cider Vinegar, you repeat the directive given under tea and coffee – ‘take a cup in the morning before breakfast.’ A cup of vinegar would be a bit much for any system – did you mean to say that? If so, from whence did you obtain the recommendation?

    Otherwise, I enjoyed perusing the data. I am a strong defender of the natural medicine to cure that which ails us. Thank You for sharing!

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    1. Michael_Malachi Post author

      Ahh apple cider vinegar, good for so many things! I don’t believe it meant take a cup of apple cider vinegar, but add it to the other drinks. At least that’s what I’ve always done. You’re right, it does come off as taking a whole cup, which no, that would be gross, and not good for your teeth. I got these from different sources awhile ago, can’t remember the exact location. I save them on my Pinterest. I do take apple cider vinegar everyday, in the morning. I always take a tbl spoon(due to my size), add a few drops of lemon(dilutes the taste), in a cup of water. I also use a straw when drinking it. It works wonders!

      You’re welcome as well, and thank you for noticing that! Natural medicine has a cure for almost anything. Oils are really great too!

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  2. John Keenan

    I enjoyed the graphics and the advice. There are so many ways to skin the cat of a healthier mind and body and I love when people actively engage in this discussion. My favorite purveyor of knowledge on this subject is Dr. Peter Attia (as in MD, not PhD). He’s got a blog, a podcast, and he’s an investor in a couple of really cool tech things.

    I “found” him when I started taking control of not just what I eat, but when I eat. I do this through an app called Zero. In my fasted state I range from 0 calories (shorter fasts) to 500/day (longer than three day fasts).

    If you haven’t tried it, I highly recommend it. If food can medicine, then the absence of it can also be medicine.

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    1. Michael_Malachi Post author

      Wow, that’s so cool to hear and I’m going to try it. I’m always down to try anything that’ll benefit health. I was following Dr. Sebi’s alkaline diet for awhile, but kind of swayed off of it. I read there’s a ton of benefits from fasting as well. Longest I fasted was four days straight. Takes a lot of dedication.
      I’m about to look up Dr. Peter Attia right now and also check out that app. Thank you so much for the recommendations. I greatly appreciate it! If you have anymore recommendations, please let me know! I’m always looking for new information on traditional methods of healing!

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  3. John Keenan

    I try to to deliver overkill on this topic since it’s often a very personal journey. Since leaving the Marines two years ago, I gained 30 pounds. As of today, I’ve lost it all plus an additional 10 pounds. I now am the weight I was 20 years ago. And I feel really good about that. And I just feel really good generally.

    I love food, but eating and I needed to get some space from each other if I don’t want to have a date with heart disease. That’s my family’s disease of genetics.

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