Eat Parsley raw, chew on anise seed, or cardomon, nutmeg or fennel for refreshing
Eat a lot of vegetables, fruit and grains; avoid white flour products, like white
bread and pastas and sodas.
Many people have undetected yeast infections. Test yourself for candida/ yeast,
see my article on Candida. http://www.pieternel.com/yeast__infection.html
Chew your food well and do not drink fluids with your food. Take no food two hours before you go to bed and try to not take food for 12 hours after your dinner. Be
sure that you do not have an underlying disease like stomach problems, or intestinal problems. See you doctor.
Try to have three bowel movements a day. Take:
# 4 ounces of prune juice with 4 ounces of magnesium citrate. My friend Marie calls
this “The Bomb”.
# Every hour take 2000 mgr of vitamin C with electrolytes, for 4 hours of more, till you start having loose
stools. (By the way this works also against headaches and to boast up your immune system, especially when you go on a liquid
diet/ vegetables juices for 24 hours. You can add Psyllium husks to cleanse the bowel).
at least 2 cups of kefir a day. To help your intestinal flora to regain its right bacteria balance.
a good breath helps your health and health is an ongoing process. Do not give up and write down what helps and what does not.
You have now a simple test and you can keep a logbook, to write down what is effective.
is the best maintenance.
Haye writes in her book “Heal your life”: Bad breath is related to attitudes in ourselves, which are “rotting”
like gossiping. Anger and feelings of wrath can play a role. An antidote is to speak with softness and love and breathe out
the goodness. Release the past with love.
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