Sorry guys, I don't know if I can do this diet anymore. It's too much sugar. Hard to believe in any diet. I'm going back to some more salads and low glycemic fruits and foods that are just more on the lower level like oatmeal or something. Man oh man, it's been rough for me. I just wish these problems would go away, I'm in too much pain, every day I'm hoping it's not the last.
You sound like Dr. Morse has paid you to promote him. Everything on Earth doesn't exist for human consumption either, so the fact that it exists for a reason doesn't mean it exists for us to eat it.
"According to Morse his herbs clean the body up faster".
Uh huh... isn't it obvious he is saying it to make business? Everyone who is trying to sell a product will tell you that it is THE missing thing in your life, it will get the job done the best etc. There's no honesty in business, and there's no business in honesty. Just saying. Eat fruit and see beyond the bs. ;)
They're not for a healthy human, but only for a sick person because they're anti biotic? My bad, I don't get it.
For one that's sick, they should take it, but not for one that's healthy and strong?
Good point. No matter what, the body needs fuel to survive, so why not put the best fuel in the body, such as fruit and veg. A cell that's getting fueled by pureness will down the line become pure itself. Maybe? Just a wild guess.
Many fruits contain potent anti cancer compounds, so the sugar could just serve as a means of getting the cancer fighting compounds to the cancer cell more effectively. Not sure how true this is, but for example, resveratrol is strongly anti cancer and can be isolated into a supplement form. How effective is isolated resveratrol against cancer versus resveratrol in its natural form, a grape. To me it seems that the sugar in the grape would simply serve as not only fuel for all your healthy cells but a vehicle for getting the resveratrol into the cancer cells more effectively than in an isolated form.
Nice, I like! I've heard that resveratrol is good too. I get so dizzy after eating grapes, but I just eat them slowly :)
I'm misinformed from what?
I've gotta read Dr. Morse, and 811. I've got 811, I'm gonna read it :)
Is Dr. Morse like Dr. Shultz? It seems like they are both into the same kind of things?
I remember Shultz was really big on Garlic and Cayenne.
What does Dr. Morse emphasize? Thanks.
Using fasting has nothing to do with starving the cancer cells...
A huge amount of the body's energy is used for digestion. When you stop eating, that energy is freed up. Animals are observed in nature to follow a fasting protocol when they are sick or seriously injured. They stop eating, find a safe place to lie down, and lie there with their eyes closed. This frees up the maximum energy for the body to heal itself.
Also, fasting stops toxins from coming in through what you are eating.
My father who eats a meat-heavy SAD diet does long water fasts several times during the year. During that time, his high blood pressure normalizes, his gout and foot pain go away, many other symptoms go away and he feels fantastic. Then he starts eating crap again. I do NOT recommend this at all, but it is an example of why fasting can work. He is feeling better because his body doesn't have to digest all the crap it normally does, and try to deal with all that toxic matter he's shoving into it. It can clear out the excess uric acid, etc.
Eating a fruit diet, as Sick Note Bro has mentioned also frees up energy if one is switching from a harder to digest diet. It also reduces the toxins coming in depending on what you are cutting out of your diet.
What most likely won't be able to handle?
Thanks a lot SicknoteBro for answering some questions :)
Yea, giving the body a break always sounds nice :) When it's extensive my brain plays tricks on me and says it's not normal and I feel weird. It's hard for my mind to accept that it's ok to take a break and do a fast, but at a retreat I think it wouldn't bug me as much since it would be more accepted through out the group and stuff.
Datiger, basically bro, you boozed your health apart and it seems like your self diagnosing hypoglycemia. Do a youtube video like this and show us.
People stop drinking coffee, tea, red bull, crackao etc and start detoxing and blame it on hypoglycemia lol! Of they are chronic boozers with liver breakdown and on the way out. Bit like my friend that tries to quit smoking. They quit for a week and then ride their bike and email me and say 'nah bro! this healthy air is killing my lungs man! been coughing all week and had heart pains on the bike..not good man! gonna go back to smoking cos I felt better..'
Ive had so many people swear they had hypoglycemia and the only ones that had when we tested their blood sugar, they were late nighters not eating enough cals. Trying to get cals from melon and oranges and then just flaking.
So is a chronic boozer advised to hit the fruits hard from the get go? I would think that this could help with the "bad feelings" of quitting drinking, since fruit is another source of sugar- alcohol is nothing but sugar! Well, sugar and poison of course.
Now I am curious as to why it's believed that alcoholism creates hypoglycemia but an 80/10/10 diet of mostly fruit wouldn't do the same...
Yea, I kind of felt the same way. I thought it was a good transition to quit drinking, but I'm still recieving the same problems, but things take time. I'll figure this out, I have too :)