A whole food diet helps relieve many ailments

June 19, 2009 at 12:22 am 1 comment

book-homeremedies-thOn a recent trip to Baguio City early this week, I got hold of the book “Home Remedies: A Guide to Symptoms and Cures”(WS Pacific Publications, Inc., Manila, Philippines, 2008).

I immediately started browsing through the colorfully designed book, and was amazed to discover that practically all the body ailments could be resolved through a wholefood diet.

Yes, health can be regained with a wholefood diet.  It wasn’t uncommon to read statements such as: “Lifestyle advice would include a wholefood diet, and hydrotherapy ….” OR “A naturopathic practitioner would advice a wholeood diet, and periodic fruit or fruit-juice fasts …. ” OR “A wholefood diet, stress reduction …. ” for such ailments as

CYSTITIS        RENAL COLIC         HEAVY BLEEDING        PAINFUL PERIOD       MIGRAINES & TENSION HEADACHES      MEMORY PROBLEMS        DEPRESSION       MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS)        EPILEPSY       CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME       COMPRESSED NERVE/SCIATICA        STILL PAINFUL JOINTS        BACKACHE       OSTEOPOROSIS         SPRAINS & STRAINS        ACNE       IMPETIGO       RINGWORM & ATHLETE’S FOOT        WARTS         PSORIASIS        PRICKLY HEAT        HAIR PROBLEMS         BRITTLE NAILS         POOR HEARING         MOTION SICKNESS         ITCHY RED EYES       IMMUNE DEFICIENCY         OVERWEIGHT         ASTHMA         ECZEMA        EARACHE        ADHD

This, by no means, is this a complete list of ailments that can be relieved, resolved and “cured” by a wholefood diet, coupled with other naturopathic measures. But it’s enough to convince me to consciously take on a more natural approach to my lifestyle and diet.

More fruits and vegetables, fresh juices, grains, foods high in essential nutrients, and lots of water to keep the body hydrated, and to balance off the junk that I’ve been feeding my body.

(Originally  published in Perfspot. – June 18, 2009)

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