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This book is dedicated to Kobo Daishi - Kukai. Founder of Shingon Buddhism 774-835 AD and to the faithful monks at the temple monastery in Honolulu Hawaii

Book Chapters: People Can Have Their Hair Turn Grey Overnight, Why Can't The Body Renew Itself Overnight? - Page 9 The Real Meaning Behind Easter and The Last Supper - Page 10 The Sigmoidal Connection - Page 12 Clues Deciphered and the Meaning of the Last Supper - Page 12 The 12 Disciples at the Last Supper - Page 13 The Betrayal by Judas Iscariot - Page 13 The True Meaning of the Cross - Page 14 The Crown of Thorns - Page 17 The Two Thieves Beside Christ - Page 18 Jesus in his Tomb and the Ressurection - Page 19 The Tomb of Darkness and Restoration of the Body - Page 20 Jesus going to the Mountain to Pray - Page 21 The Oils - Page 21 Mary, Mother of Jesus - Page 21 Jesus the Carpenter and the Connection to Wood - Page 22 The Meaning of "Fish" in the Scriptures - Page 22 Jesus Crossing the Sea - Page 23 The True Meaning of Christmas - Page 23 2 Ancient Prophets Born During Aries - Page 24 Understanding the Principals that Create Faith - Page 24 The Power of Intention and Our Sun - Page 24 Observations of Solar and Geomagnetic Activity - Page 33 What Can We Use This Intention For? - Page 33 How Intention Fuels Innovation and Technology - Page 35 The Effects of Foods and a Higher Solar Flux - Page 37 Intentions and Events - Page 38 Peak Periods to Perform Intention - Page 42 What Is The Ionosphere? - Page 42 How Ionization Re-Creates Life - Page 43 The Number 3 - Page 44 The Number 4 - Page 46 The Number 8 - Page 48 The Number 11 - Page 49 The Effects of Sunspots on Biological Organisms - Page 50 The Theory of Energy Coming from the Sun - Page 51 What Causes Aging? - Page 51 How Can We Prevent or Reverse Aging? - Page 52 How to Heal A Toothache and Never Visit the Dentist Again - Page 53 Five 100% All Natural Sugar Substitutes - Page 54 How to Instantly Heal a Toothache - Page 55 What is Vitamin K2? - Page 57 Prevention of Cavities - Page 58 Using Earth Energy to Heal Teeth - Page 58 Keeping the Gums Healthy - Page 59 How to Cease Bleeding Gums - Page 60 The Five Major Longevity Cultures of the World - Page 61 Individuals Who Have Lived Extremely Long Lives - Page 61 Putting It All Together - Page 66 Anti Aging Foods and their Traits - Page 67 The Template of Renewal and the Realignment of Health, Harmony and Perfection. The "Life Force Storm" - Page 67 How to find the Recurrent CHHSS - Page 70 How to Interpret Solar and Geomagnetic Data - Page 70 A Scientific Explanation of Where the "life force" Storm Energy Originates - Page 71 Moisture Levels - Page 73 Overnight Rebuilding of The Body using the Energy from the Earth and Sun - Page 74 How Mineral Ratio Improves Nutrient Absorption - Page 78 When It's Too Late to Take Anti-Aging Foods - Page 81 Preventing Alzheimer's - Page 82 The Miracle of Sulphur - Page 83 The Miracle of the Onion - Page 84 Maximizing Mineral Retention and Increasing Nutrient Absorption - Page 85 Mineral Retention - Page 88 Calcium Retention - Page 89 "Binders" to Increase Nutrient Absorption - Page 90 How the Rhythms of Earth are Affecting the Cycles of the Body - Page 91 How to Boost Human Growth Hormone Levels Naturally - Page 91 How to Reverse Aging with Exercise - Page 92 MET's - Page 94 Exercise Tips - Page 95 The Varieties of Green Tea - Page 96 Glutamine the One and Only Antioxidant - Page 96 How Glutamic Acid Makes Glutamine - Page 97 Foods that Produce Glutamine - Page 97 Nitrogen Circulation and Retention - Page 98 Speed Kills, but Slower Always Lives On - Page 98 Ormus the Miracle Worker - Page 98 The Effects of Ormus Upon the Body - Page 100 The Effects after Taking Ormus - Page 102 Using Ormus to Increase Prosperity and Abundance - Page 103 How the Earth Makes Ormus - Page 103 Natures "Hidden" Windows - Page 103 Ormus Clouds - Page 104 How to Make Your Own Ormus - Page 107 The Best Times to Make Ormus - Page 109 Personal Experiences Using Ormus - Page 109 How Ormus is Created through Moisture - Page 111 Storing Ormus/Ormus Overdoses - Page 111 Synergistic Effects of Ormus - Page 111 The Magic of Infrared and Carbon Dioxide - Page 112 The Amazing Telluric Current - Page 113 Telluric Current and Mechanical Failures - Page 114 How to Tap Telluric Current - Page 115 The Moon and Telluric Current - Page 116 The Telluric Current Flow - Page 117 Artificial Generation of Telluric Current - Page 117 Magnetic Fields and Health - Page 118 Types of Magnetic Polarity and Their Effects on the Body - Page 119 The Power of North/South Alignments - Page 120 Negative Polarization and Associated Health Benefits - Page 120 The Recyability and Regeneration Sequence of Antioxidants - Page 121 The 2 Main Beneficial Types of Fiber - Page 122 Soluble Fiber - Page 122 Insoluble Fiber - Page 123 Medicinal Mushrooms and The Fungi/Mold/Bacteria Connection - Page 123 Fighting Bad Bacteria - Page 124 Mushrooms/Fungi and Superoxide Dismutase - Page 125 How Evaporation Draws in New Life - Page 126 The Fermentation Connection - Page 127 Compounds that Assist Fermentation - Page 129 How Exercise Rejuvenates Cells via Fermentation - Page 130 The Aerobic Cycle of Regeneration - Page 131 What Aerobic Bacteria Likes to Eat - Page 131 The B Vitamin Connection - Page 133 The Homocysteine Process - Page 134 The Power of Vitamin B3 - Page 134 The Polysaccharides Connection - Page 135 The Digestion Connection - Page 135 Foods that Improve Digestion - Page 139 Keeping the Digestive Tract Moist - Page 140 Keeping the Colon Healthy - Page 140 The Miracle of Resistant Starch - Page 141 The Prebiotics - Page 141 The Probiotics - Page 142 Your Body's Cycle of Digestion in Relation to Time of Day - Page 143 The Digestive Enzymes - Page 144 The Miracle of the Enzyme Trypsin - Page 145 The Enzyme Process - Page 146 What Enzymes Love to Eat - Page 147 The 8 Main Enzymes and Their Purpose - Page 148 Live Enzymes in Food - Page 149 How to Boost Digestive Enzymes - Page 149 The Evolution of Stretching - Page 150 The SOD Enzyme in Closer Detail - Page 152 Superoxide Dismutase and the Electrostatic Field - Page 152 Interesting Facts about Electrostatic Fields - Page 154 How to Boost Superoxide Dismutase Enzyme Levels in the Body - Page 155 Physical Methods to Boost Superoxide Dismutase Levels - Page 155 Foods that Boost the Superoxide Dismutase Enzyme - Page 156 Boosting Catalase Levels in the Body - Page 157 Enzyme Inhibitors - Page 158 Early Seed Germination and Longivity - Page 159 The Moisture Connection - Page 159 The Humidity Factor - Page 161 Ways to Increase Moisture in the Body - Page 163 The Types of Magnesium - Page 163 The Cysteine Connection - Page 164 Factors That Decrease Cysteine Production in the Body - Page 165 The Eight Essential Amino Acid Groups - Page 165 The Tryptophan Connection - Page 165 The Alkaline Connection - Page 166 Creating Alkalinity in the Body - Page 168 Methods that Induce Alkalinity into the Body - Page 169 The Alkaline Protein Connection - Page 170 Sources of Alkaline Proteins - Page 171 The Binding Effect - Page 171 The Importance of Proper Calcium Absorption - Page 172 Calcium Inhibitors - Page 173 Boosting Calcium Absorption - Page 174 The Phospherous Connection - Page 175 Increasing Phospherous Levels - Page 176 Index.......................... Page 179 End of Part 1 __________________________________________________________________________________________ Part 2 The Magic Frequency of 60HZ - Page 62 Oxidative Stress and The Sir2 Gene - Page 63 How Temporary Bursts of Stress Prolong Life - Page 63 Flu Prevention Cures / Boosting the Immune System - Page 65 How To Boost the Metabolism of the Liver - Page 66 Additional Factors that Weaken the Immune System - Page 66 How to Stop Getting the Flu in Winter - Page 68 Zinc Lozenges - Page 68 Energy From Thoughts and The Immune System - Page 69 Foods and Depression - Page 72 Outside Influences that Deplete the Immune System - Page 73 Where do T Cells Come From? - Page 74 How Newborn Babies Survive with an Almost Non-Existent Immune System - Page 74 Heart Cells Renew Themselves Throughout Life - Page 75 How Solar Weather Affects the Immune System - Page 76 Worldwide Pandemics and Their Relation to Peak Sunspot Cycles - Page 80 Short Term Bursts of Solar Radiation and Human Health - Page 85 How to Smoothly Transition The Return of Your Immune System in February/March - Page 88 Autoimmune Conditions - Page 89 Foods and Methods that Boost the Immune System - Page 90 The Immune System and Seasons - Page 94 If you Have the Flu - Page 95 If you have Pneumonia - Page 96 Flu Prevention and Influenza Protection - Page 96 Cancer Killers -Page 97 What Causes Cells to Undergo "Negative Fermentation?" - Page 98 Foods high in Carcinogens - Page 98 Methods and Foods Proven to Cure Cancer - Page 99 The Power of Cesium and Rubidium - Page 99 How to Use Vitamin C to Kill Cancer Cells - Page 100 Cancer Prevention - Page 100 The Power of Alpha Lipoic Acid - Page 101 Facts about Alpha Lipoic Acid - Page 101 The Miracle of Manganese - Page 102 The Genetic Connection - Page 102 Gene Protection and Repair - Page 103 Having the Proper Amount of Uric Acid - Page 103 How to Remove Excess Uric Acid - Page 104 How to Generate Life Force In Your Body - Page 104 Effects from Performing the Ancient Egyptian Pole Balancing Exercise - Page 106 Internal Renewal According to the Energy of the Sun - Page 109 How Life Giving Energy Enters our Earth - Page 110 How to Perform the Ancient Egyptian Pole Balancing Exercise - Page 110 The Pole Balancing Exercise in Detail - Page 111 Pole Balancing Help Notes - Page 113 Health and Mental Effects Gained from Pole Balancing - Page 113 Foods to Boost Effectiveness of Pole Balancing - Page 114 Positions of Pole Balancing in Detail - Page 115 Laying South - Page 115 The Recurrent CHHSS - Page 116 Best Seasonal Conditions for Pole Balancing - Page 117 Stimulation of the Body via The Sun - Page 117 Best Surfaces to Perform Pole Balancing - Page 119 Effects on the Body just before a Solar Flare - Page 119 Geomagnetic Forces and Their Effect Upon the Body - Page 120 Scientific Validation Linking Geomagnetic Activity and Health - Page 121 Combating the Effects of Negative Geomagnetic Activity - Page 124 Jet Lag and Higher Geomagnetic Activity Are Both the Same - Page 124 The Healing Power of Propolis - Page 125 What is Propolis used for? - Page 126 The Facts About Drinking Distilled Water - Page 127 How Electrons Change Food Structure - Page 128 Growing/Making Your Own Foods - Page 129 Magnetic Water and its Restorative Effects - Page 129 The Power of Hydrogen - Page 132 How to Make Your Own Magnetic Water - Page 133 Using Toning Sounds And Your Voice To Heal The Body - Page 135 The Sulphur Thiol Connection - Page 137 Glyconutrients, the Good Sugars that Bring Life - Page 137 Synergistic Food Combinations - Page 140 Mineral Synergy - Page 149 Longivity "Extracts". Manufactured Anti-Aging Compounds - Page 150 Skin Renewal - Page 151 2 Longevity Hunza Recipes - Page 153 Energetic Herbal Formulas You Can Make - Page 155 How to Make Your own Superoxide Dismutase. SOD Mix. - Page 155 How to Make Your Own Anti-Aging Brain Food. Brain Food Mix. - Page 156 How to Make Your Own Prebiotic Formula. ENRG Max. - Page 157 How to Make the Life Restoring Chitosan Mix. - Page 157 How to Increase the Prebiotics in Yogurt Safely. Yogurt Mix. - Page 159 Sardine Mix - Page 159 Three Mineral Water Recipes - Page 159 Space Weather Conditions for Beneficial Healing upon the Body - Page 164 How to Predict Killer Bacteria Events - Page 164 Early Warning Sign prediction links - Page 166 Putting It All Together. How to Supercharge The Immune System - Page 167 Using Bromelain with Antibiotics - Page 169 The Miracle of Betaine - Page 170 Preventing and Controlling Inflammation - Page 171 Alternating Conduits of Energy in the Body - Page 171 Index................. Page 178 Sunspots and Their Effect on the Stock Market, Innovation and Technology - Pine Cones, The Pituitary/Pineal Gland and HGH

The best way to get new oxygen into the body is via exercise and taking herbs and foods that increase oxygen in the body before exercising. These include: Comfrey, Echinacea, Black Walnut, Gotu Kola, Cornmeal, Suma Root, Organic Germanium, Maitake, Vitamin B6, Astragalus, Vitamin B12 (high in Cobalt) and Wheatgrass.

The herb Cordyceps has been shown to help the body utilize oxygen up to 50% more efficiently. Cold showers will increase the oxygen of the body, thus increasing Catalase levels. Food grade hydrogen peroxide also boosts oxygen levels in the body. However, never take a cold shower and than perform exercise, as your body will develop premature cramps.

Excess oxygen levels will contribute to excess free radicals, causing premature aging. As stated earlier in this book, researchers showed that lab rats lived for two to three years in a normal environment, but only survived for three days when raised in a pure oxygen environment.

The Proper Ratios of Anti-Aging Foods

Nature automatically provides many of these ratios for us in foods we consume. However sometimes you may want to take supplements and extracts and it is important to know the right ratios when you do so. Most foods contain an average ratio that may or may not be higher depending on soil, geographic area of growth and the season.

The famous 2:1 ratio is key to many successful chemical reactions and is also used successfully in electronic and high technology applications. When vegetables and plants are in certain 2:1 ratios, it increases the effectiveness of the compound, making it more effective.
Foods that have a proper Calcium to Phosphorous ratio are those foods that have anti-aging, longivity qualities. Human Breast Milk contains a 2:1 ratio of calcium to phosphorus. It contains numerable substances that revitalize and regenerate the body by rebuilding DNA. The most important of all are indigestible polysaccharides, or sugars that enhance cell to cell communication.

Wheatgrass Juice, the anti-aging superfood, contains the following ratios:
(59 calories - 6.86 mg calcium, 6.80 magnesium, 21 phos - carb to protein 5.67 to 5.52)
Coconut Milk has the following ratios: 18 mg calcium 96 phos. Coconut Milk is quickly absorbed into the body, requiring little or no digestion.

The ideal carbohydrate to protein ratio is between 2 to 1 and 1 to 1. This perfect ratio makes it easy for the good bacteria to break down the proteins. You will find many longivity and anti-aging foods with this ideal ratio. Raw Peanuts have this perfect carb to protein ratio.

An ideal mix for amino acid absorption into the body is: Whey protein isolate, dextrose, 5 grams of L-Glutamine, and 5 grams of Creatine + 1 bottle of water.

Mung Beans have an ideal ratio: (30 calories - 13 mg calcium, 21 magnesium, 54 phos - carb to protein 5.94 to 3.94). Almost similar to that of Coconut Milk, therefore Coconut Milk and Mung Beans are a suitable combination. Mung beans, like wheat, are also easily influenced by geomagnetic forces, as many science researchers use Mung beans in magnetic field experiments.

Foods with a slightly higher carb to protein ratio will increase the metabolism of the thyroid. These include:
Kohlrabi (27calories - 24 mg calcium, 19 magnesium, 46 phos - carb to protein 6.2 to 1.7)
Turnips (28 calories - 30 mg calcium, 11 magnesium, 27 phos - carb to protein 6.43 to 0.9)

Foods that boost metabolism, burning away fat include: Cayenne Pepper, Salsa, Hot Peppers, Chili Sauce / Mustard, Ice Water, Green Tea (Iced or Hot), Apple Cider Vinegar Drink, Purple Cabbage, Celery, Brussel Sprouts, Grapefruit, Oatmeal.

Ratios of some anti-aging/longivity foods:
Parsley 743 units/gram (36 calories - 138 mg calcium, 50 magnesium, 58 phos - carb to protein 6.33 to 2.97) Alkaline Forming
Tofu Yogurt (94 calories - calcium 118, magnesium 40, phos 38 - carb to protein 16 to 3.5) - Alkaline
Blackberries (43 calories - 29 mg calcium, 20 magnesium, 22 phos - carb to protein 9.61 to 1.39 - Alkaline
Cinnamon (ground) 2674 units/gram (247 calories - 1002 mg calcium, 60 magnesium, 64 phos - carb to protein 81 to 3.99) - Alkaline
Grapefruit (32 calories - 12 mg calcium, 8 magnesium, 8 phos - carb to protein 8.08 to 0.63) - Alkaline
Passion fruit juice (51 calories - 4 mg calcium, 17 magnesium, 13 phos - carb to protein 13.6 to 0.39) - Alkaline Forming
Sesame Seeds (573 calories - 975 mg calcium, 351 magnesium, 629 phos - carb to protein 23 to 17.7)
Almonds (165 Calories - 264 calcium, 268 magnesium, 484 phos - carb to protein ratio 28/27) - Alkaline
Sunflower Seeds (230 calories - 40 mg calcium, 0 magnesium, 0 phos carb to protein 8 to 9
Crude Wheat Germ: (11 calories - 120 mg calcium, 21 magnesium, 60 phos - carb to protein 1.29 to 2.3)

Ratios of Vegetables and Fruits ranked by calories from highest to lowest:
Grape Seed Extract (884 calories - Calcium 0, magnesium 0, phos 0 - carb to protein 0/0) Mild Acid
Ginger (80 calories - 16 mg calcium, 43 magnesium, 34 phos - carb to protein 17.8 to 1.82- mang 0.229 - Alkaline
Apples (52 calories - 6 mg calcium, 5 magnesium, 11 phos - carb to protein 13.8 to 0.26) - Alkaline
Parsnips Peas (75 calories - 36 mg calcium, 29 magnesium, 71 phos - carb to protein 18 to 1.2) Alkaline
Pomegranate (68 calories - 3 mg calcium, 3 magnesium, 8 phos - carb to protein 17.2 to 0.95) Acid
Guava (68 calories - 18 mg calcium, 22 magnesium, 40 phos - carb to protein 14.3 to 2.55) Moderate Alkaline
Apricots (48 calories - 13 mg calcium, 10 magnesium, 23 phos - carb to protein 11.1 to 1.4) - Alkaline
Blueberries (47 calories - 6 mg calcium, 6 magnesium, 12 phos - carb to protein 14.5 to 0.74) - Acid
Artichokes (47 calories - 44 mg calcium, 60 magnesium, 90 phos - carb to protein 10.5 to 3.27) Slight Alkaline
Cranberries (46 calories - 8 mg calcium, 6 magnesium, 13 phos - carb to protein 12.2 to 0.39) - Acid
Plums (46 calories - 6 mg calcium, 7 magnesium, 16 phos - carb to protein 11.4 to 0.7) - Acid
Passion fruit juice (51 calories - 4 mg calcium, 17 magnesium, 13 phos - carb to protein 13.6 to 0.39) - Alkaline Forming
Honeydew (36 calories - 6 mg calcium, 10 magnesium, 11 phos - carb to protein 9.09 to 0.54) Sugar 8.12 - Alkaline
Cantaloupe (34 calories - 9 mg calcium, 12 magnesium, 15 phos - carb to protein 8.16 to 0.84) Sugar - 7.86 Alkaline
Watermelon (30 calories - 7 mg calcium, 10 magnesium, 11 phos - carb to protein 7.55 to 0.61) - Highly Alkaline
Cauliflower (25 calories - 22 mg calcium, 15 magnesium, 44 phos - carb to protein 5.3 to 1.98) - Alkaline
Kohlrabi (27calories - 24 mg calcium, 19 magnesium, 46 phos - carb to protein 6.2 to 1.7) - Alkaline
Arugula (rocket), (25 calories - 160 mg calcium, 47 magnesium, 52 phos - carb to protein 3.65 to 2.58 Moderate Alkaline
Asparagus (20 calories - 24 mg calcium, 14 magnesium, 52 phos - carb to protein 3.88 to 2.2) Alkaline Forming
Romaine Lettuce (17 calories - calcium 33, magnesium 14, phos 30 - carb to protein 3.29 to 1.23 ) - Alkaline
Tomatoes (18 calories - 11 mg calcium, 11 magnesium, 24 phos - carb to protein 3.92 to 0.88) - Alkaline
Endive: (17 calories - 52 mg calcium, 0.83 magnesium, 451 phos - carb to protein 3.35 to 1.25 - Alkaline

Below are the ratios of some longivity spices ranked by calories from highest to lowest:
Mustard Seed 293 units/gram (469 calories - 521 mg calcium, 298 magnesium, 841 phos - carb to protein 35 to 25)
Cloves 3144 units/gram (323 calories - 646 mg calcium, 264 magnesium, 105 phos - carb to protein 61 to 5.98)
Turmeric (ground) 1593 units/gram - Daily reccommended Dosage
Cumin (seed) 768 units/gram (375 calories - 931 mg calcium, 366 magnesium, 499 phos - carb to protein 44 to 17.8) Low Carbs 6.33 to 2.97)
Sage (fresh) 320 units/gram (315 calories - 1652 mg calcium, 428 magnesium, 91 phos - carb to protein 61 to 10.6)
Oregano (dried) 2001 units/gram (306 calories - 1576 mg calcium, 270 magnesium, 200 phos - carb to protein 64 to 11)
Cinnamon (ground) 2674 units/gram (247 calories - 1002 mg calcium, 60 magnesium, 64 phos - carb to protein 81 to 3.99)
Marjoram 273 units/gram (271 calories - 1990mg calcium, 346 magnesium, 306 phos - carb to protein 61 to 12.7)
Parsley 743 units/gram (36 calories - 138 mg calcium, 50 magnesium, 58 phos - carb to protein 6.33 to 2.97)
Basil 676 units/gram (23 calories - 177 mg calcium, 64 magnesium, 56 phos - carb to protein 2.65 to 3.15)

Ratios of foods with calcium to phospherous ratios of 1:1 for ideal absorption. Ranked by calories from highest to lowest:
Spirulina (290 calories - 120 mg calcium, 195 magnesium, 118 phos - carb to protein 24 to 57- - Alkaline
Soybeans: (147 calories - 197 mg calcium, 65 magnesium, 194 phos - carb to protein 11.1 to 13) - Acid
Persimmon (127 calories - 27 mg calcium, 0 magnesium, 26 phos - carb to protein 14.2 to 1.5) Alkaline
Grape Juice: (61 calories - calcium 9, magnesium, 10, phos 11 - carb to protein 15/56) Moderate Acid
Kiwi Fruit (61 calories - 34 mg calcium, 17 magnesium, 34 phos - carb to protein 14.7 to 1.14) - Alkaline Forming
Pears (58 calories - 9 mg calcium, 7 magnesium, 11 phos - carb to protein 15.5 to 0.38) - - Alkaline Forming
Loganberries (55 calories - 26 mg calcium, 21 magnesium, 26 phos - carb to protein 13 to 1.52) - Moderate Alkaline
Raspberries (52 calories - 25 mg calcium, 22 magnesium, phos 29- carb to protein 11.9 to 1.2) - Alkaline
Cherry (63 calories - 13 mg calcium, 11 magnesium, 21 phos - carb to protein 16 to 3.5) - Alkaline

Mulberries (43 calories - 39 mg calcium, 18 magnesium, 38 phos - carb to protein 9.8 to 1.44) Slightly Alkaline
Swiss Chard (19 calories - calcium 51, magnesium 81, phos 46 - carb to protein 3.74 to 1.8) - Alkaline
Turnips (28 calories - 30 mg calcium, 11 magnesium, 27 phos - carb to protein 6.43 to 0.9) - Moderate Alkaline
Romaine Lettuce (17 calories - calcium 33, magnesium 14, phos 30 - carb to protein 3.29 to 1.23 ) - Alkaline
Sesame Seed Flour (333 calories - 149 mg calcium, 338 magnesium, 757 phos - carb to protein 36 to 50
Sesame Seed Flour has a good Phospherous to Calcium ratio: 757mg of phospherous and 149 mg calcium, and with a good carb to protein ratio of 36 to 50.

The Proper Ratios of Compounds and Minerals:
Vitamin C to Cysteine - 3:1
Vitamin C to Vitamin E - Between 3 and 4:1
Vitamin B6 to Vitamin B12 - 4:1
All other B Vitamins - 1:1 ratios. This is because Vitamins B6 and B12 are the vitamins the body uses most for recovery and rejuvenation.
B6 to Magnesium is - 2:1
Zinc to Copper - 5:1 for females and 10:1 for males
Calcium to Magnesium - 2:1
Silica to Phosphorous - 3:1
Phospherous to Magnesium - 2:1
Potassium to Sodium - 3:1 - Healthy tissues in the body contain a Potassium/Sodium ratio of approximately 3 to 1. This ratio will reduce hypertention.

Fish Oil to Flax Oil - 2:1
Cod Liver oil to Wheat Germ - 2:1
Omega3 and Omega6 Oils - 2:1. Hemp Oil has an ideal Omega 3 to Omega 6 ratio. Flax Oil and Hemp Oils are 2 of natures perfectly balanced Omega 3 to Omega 6 Oils.

Methods that Detox the Body Quickly

During the daytime, sodium and calcium readily enter your cells, and push out potassium and magnesium. Throughout the day, a build up of calcium and sodium occurs, along with diminished levels of potassium and magnesium. This can lead to feeling tired or having a lack of energy. When we sleep, the sodium and calcium, move back out of the cells, taking out toxins, and the potassium and magnesium move back in. The toxins than flow through the lymphatic system, than the blood, than the liver and finally into the colon where it is expelled. If you wake up tired every morning, this means there is a blockage somewhere in the system.

The lymphatic system is responsible for removing toxins out of the body. It is often referred to as the o?=back alleywayo?= for trash removal of the body. There are a multitude of common natural herbs that help the lymphatic system work more efficiently. Some of the most popular are milk thistle, echinacea, burdock and seaweed. The kidneys and bladder are vital in the elimination of the toxins from the liver. While the proper function of the Kidney System can be maintained with tonic herbs such as rehmannia and he-sho-wu, there are also potent diuretic herbs that will stimulate the kidneys directly. These include dandelion, water plantain, and meadowswee. Dandelion Root is an excellent blood purifier that neutralizes acids and has a strong alkalinizing effect on the body and is rich in minerals and potassium. The metabolism of the liver should be at maximum levels in early spring (see flu prevention cures chapter for more details). The large intestine can be detoxed via the herbs aloe, marshmallow and bitter orange. Milk thistle cleans the liver and stimulates liver function to help it filter out impurities. Other herbs for the liver are turmeric, dandelion, burdock root, and licorice. Other good detox combinations include: Olive Leaf Extract & Red Desert Edible Mineral Rich Clay or Bentonite Clay or Psyllium husk and Edible clay. The ratio of psyllium husk to bentonite clay is 10:1 taken with plenty of water. The best clay to use is bentonite green clay, followed by red bentonite clay. During the early summer months, I take more clay than usual, as I feel that more toxins build up due to more heat.

Taurine and glutathione can improve the detoxification capacity of the liver and improve heart function.

Master Cleanse Recipe

The Master Cleanse involves eating no solid food. Instead, you drink a mixture of water, lemon juice, Grade B maple syrup, and Cayenne pepper. The rules are simple. Each day you drink 6-12 glasses of the following mix:

2 tablespoons lemon (or lime) juice (approx. 1/2 lemon)
2 tablespoons of genuine "grade B" maple syrup (not maple flavored sugar syrup)
1/10 Teaspoon or more cayenne pepper
1 Cup (8 fluid ounces) of water, room temperature

This recipe not only helps detox the body, but will also boost your immune system. This should be taken for no more than 3 days in a row.

Removing Environmental and Airborne Metals From the Body

The body naturally detoxes itself, when the right foods are eaten, however just about everything we consume, including raw foods contain microscopic trace elements of mercury, aluminum, cadmium, lead and other residues.

The good news is these can be easily removed from the body via a good detoxing. When the body is purged of metal toxins, the enzymes glutathione, catalase and superoxide dismutase naturally rise. A clean system reduces the burden on the liver and kidneys considerably, allowing for elimination of toxins and proper absorption of nutrients into the body. I believe that proteins are the main "magnet" for these metals, storing them in fatty tissues, causing disease over the long term. This same process can be reversed. An example is taking cottage cheese and flax seed oil. The sulphur in the cottage cheese binds to the Omega 3's in flax oil, "pulling them out" of the tissues. Because oil and water don't mix, it causes a "repelling" effect.

Researcher Dr. Omura discovered an inexpensive, easy way to remove or chelate toxic metals from the nervous system and body tissues. Dr. Omura treated several patients for an eye infection called trachoma (granular conjunctivitis), which is caused by the micro-organism Chlamydia trachomatis. Following the standard treatment, Dr. Omura found that the patients' symptoms would initially clear up, only to recur within a few months. After taking a closer look, Dr. Omura found these organisms would "hide" and flourish in areas of the body where there were concentrations of mercury, lead, and aluminum. He discovered that the organisms were using these metals as a "shield" to protect themselves from the medicine. Using the leaves of the coriander plant (Cilantro), Dr. Omura was able to greatly accelerate the removal of mercury, lead, and aluminum from these hard to reach areas in the body.

Detoxing is a simple process, ranging from fasting, to taking special herbs and foods that remove toxic metals. From personal experience and from others finding the best time to detox the body, it is best done around Spring. It is interesting to note that only during the Spring season, the dandelion flower creates a special substance in its roots that combats stress in the body and boosts the immune system. Spring is also the time of year that warmer temperatures return, thus causing multiplication of bacteria, both good and bad, making the body more susceptible to viral infections and a suppressed immune system.
The Positive Charge of Toxins

The environment we live in, the foods we eat and other factors, create multiple positive and negative charges in our bodies. Increasing the negative ions in the blood activates cell funtionability. When there are more positive ions, such as resulting from acidity, or from exposure to a south pole magnetic field, the cell walls close and the ability to absorb nutrition and eliminate toxins is disabled. Through research done by Dr.Tanaka in Japan, it was discovered that when Negative Ionization is introduced, the calcium and natrium (salt) in the blood increases and mobilizes, as the blood is purified (Calcium ionizes at 6.1132 eV).

Alkaline minerals hold a strong negative charge. Mercury, aluminum, cadmium and lead hold a positive charge. When you increase the negative charge in your body, such as by making the body alkaline, it attaches to the positive polarity of the toxins, drawing them out of the body. Clay has a particularly strong negative ionic charge which magnetically attracts the positively-charged substances, including some bacterias. In order to effectively move them out of the body, you must drink plenty of water. In autism treatment centers, Bentonite clay baths are used to safely remove metals and toxins from the body.

Substances that Detox the Body via Polarization

One very strong substance that has a powerful negative charge is zeolite. Zeolite is an alkaline mineral attracting positively charged metals such as mercury, lead, nickel, aluminum, cadmium and other metallic toxins. Zeolites are microporous, aluminosilicate minerals commonly used as commercial absorbents. Most absorbents readily absorb toxins easily. Zeolite safely removes heavy metals and toxins better because their negative charge is soo strong. Zeolite comes in micronized powder, capsules and liquid.

Thioctic Acid is a chelating agent, which means it combines with heavy metals to yield complexes that can be eliminated by the body. Because it is both a water and fat soluble molecule (like Alpha Lipioc Acid), thiocitc acid has access to almost any tissue in the body and works within cells too. It also increases the intra cellular level of glutathione.

MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) is an organic sulphur compound. As a source of sulphur, it helps eliminate heavy metals, just like the sulphur containing amino acids, by chelating the heavy metals and making them soluble.

IP6 rice bran extract is a selective chelator and has been shown to be a powerful body detoxifier and cleansing agent. It does not attach to potassium, sodium or magnesium, which are important electrolyte minerals required for heart rhythm.

Effective mercury chelators include: Garlic, selenium, zinc, copper, manganese, magnesium, calcium, Alpha Lipoic Acid and Acetyl L-carnitine, and glutathione.

Natural Herbs that Remove Toxic Metals From the Body

Cilantro extract has been shown in clinical trials and research to mobilize mercury, tin, and other toxic metals stored in the brain and spinal cord, moving them rapidly out of those tissues.

Coriander or Cilantro combines well with Vitamin C.
Synergists of Cilantro or Coriander: Dill and Eucalyptus

Lemon and Extra Virgin Olive Oil when taken together act as a potent liver and gallbladder flush, detoxifying the liver, lowering biliruben levels, removing heavy metals, increasing the production of bile from the liver, stimulating lymphatic flow, and restoring the pH of your saliva.

Sulfur-containing amino acids such as cysteine and methionine help eliminate toxic metals. Raw yellow egg yolk will remove a build up of excessive proteins in the body, helping to reduce the load on the liver.

Garlic has been shown to protect the white and red blood cells from oxidative damage caused by metals in the blood stream. Garlic contains numerous sulphur components, including the most valuable sulph-hydryl groups which oxidize mercury, cadmium and lead and makes these metals water soluble.

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