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Beat the Bulge – Do a Detox!

Beat the Bulge – Do a Detox! Dietary Guidelines for the Two Week Detox Get in early and beat the battle of the bulge! Don't wait until illness and excess weight become a problem for you. Regular detoxing helps your body to work more efficiently and it will help stop toxins building up. You must follow these dietary principles in …

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Health Tip 7

Tip 7 Alzheimer’s prevention Take time to improve your mental ability by engaging in mentally challenging sports, hobbies, new courses, cross word puzzles, games etc. The brain is like a muscle – use it or lose it! Keep your homocysteine levels in normal range as this reduces your risk of dementia. Increase your intake of omega 3 fatty acids – …

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Gallbladder: Natural Treatments

Natural Treatments How to treat gall bladder and biliary problems and cysts in the bile ducts naturally IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO Do raw juicing using cabbage, carrot, ginger root, mint and apple etc. (see juice techniques and recipes in Raw Juice Can Save Your Life book by Dr Cabot) Include fresh green leafy herbs in your salads and raw juices …

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Gallbladder Flush

The Liver and Gall Bladder Flush The liver/gall bladder flush is a quick way of flushing toxins, fatty sludge and small gallstones out of the liver and gall bladder. It is becoming quite popular in Russia and the U.S.A. Dr Cabot warns you that it is not for the faint hearted, and can cause some unpleasant reactions including abdominal pain …

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Gallbladder: Interpreting Your Symptoms

Interpreting your symptoms Sometimes symptoms of a sluggish liver and/or sluggish bile flow can be interpreted incorrectly as gall bladder disease and the solution is to improve liver function. There may be excessive pressure inside the bile ducts within the liver and this occurs before the bile ducts get to the gall bladder. This increased pressure inside the bile ducts …

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Gall Bladder Removal

What to do after your gall bladder is removed Your liver cells are continually making bile, whether you have a gall bladder or not. Once the gall bladder is removed you lose the ability to store and concentrate bile in the gallbladder and bile continually flows through the bile ducts into the small intestine. When you eat a meal you …

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Breast Cancer Prevention

Breast Cancer Prevention By Dr Sandra Cabot Breast cancer is a frightening illness. Globally, a case of breast cancer is diagnosed every 29 seconds and one woman in the world dies of breast cancer every 75 seconds. With statistics like this, it is no wonder that more women fear breast cancer than any other illness. They fear it because nearly …

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Liver Checklist

Liver Checklist The symptoms below may be associated with liver dysfunction       Don't panic! Grab a copy of Dr Cabot's book, “Fatty Liver – You can reverse it” and find out how to get your good health back. Please note: these symptoms are common manifestations of a dysfunctional liver. However, they can also be due to other causes, …

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Tips for dining out while liver cleansing

Tips on Eating Out While Liver Cleansing Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese Try soups, coconut dishes, salads, fresh rice paper rolls, rice or bean noodle dishes, hotpots and stir-fries such as the classic Vietnamese Pho and Pad Thai. Green papaya salad and Asian seafood salads are also good choices. Italian Avoid pizza and creamy pastas. Try lentil dishes, polenta, vegetables, fish …

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Appetite and Satisfaction

Appetite and satisfaction For those people who think they may be addicted to food it is important to know that the most addictive foods are those high in carbohydrates especially refined sugar. Some people will also find that foods containing grains are addictive for them. Addictive foods can be called “trigger foods” in that they trigger an overeating binge and …

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