The No-Breakfast Plan and the Fasting Cure (Illustrated)

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Diseased tissues and fatty degenerations, every form of morbid matter, is apparently broken up into minute particles and thrown into the blood steam to be carried to the organs of excretion. No wonder then that complications arise. To the inexperienced person it is disconcerting to find strange and new symptoms of disease developing under the Grape Cure.

He needs someone with experience to explain to him that poisons which have been locked up in the system for many years have broken loose and are running riot in the blood. Hence that unusual rise of temperature, that eruption on the skin, those splitting headaches, those attacks of retching and purging, that discharge of mucus, those undue sweatings.

The anxious mind of the patient should be set at rest by the assurance that all these are highly favorable symptoms of the process of purification being carried on internally…. Nature is still able to cast out the poisons that have been dislodged by the magical action of the grape. Ending the Cure This phase requires the greatest self-control. All the benefits of the Cure can be lost if this phase is neglected. Allow at least a week to continue very restricted eating while slowly reintroducing other foods.

Extreme care must be taken to avoid heavy foods. Grapes still form the main food and are always taken as the first and last meals.

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For the first three days, introduce just one new fresh organic fruit per day. For example:. By the fourth day the midday meal 2 PM, for example may consist of buttermilk, yogurt, cottage cheese, or rice or soymilk. Now several different fruits may be taken in the same day. The sweet fruits begin to pall. There may even be a positive aversion to grapes, in which case they should be omitted altogether and other foods taken every three hours. One or two sliced tomatoes with pure olive oil and a little lemon juice may safely be included in this diet.

But never combine fruits and vegetables in one meal. By the tenth day, begin as usual with cold water, and fruit for breakfast. For lunch have a substantial salad of raw vegetables. Since these need longer to digest, you can return to three meals per day. At first, choose just two or three vegetables as a foundation for your salad and mix them with lemon juice and olive oil.

By the twelfth day you can add finely chopped nuts, grated cheese, yogurt, or a good homemade mayonnaise made of eggs, lemon juice and olive oil, or a finely-chopped hard boiled egg. Dinner 6 PM may consist of sour milk or fruit, or ripe bananas mixed with yogurt. If we could only educate the people to this fact it would help to eradicate disease. The result is that they have no time to decompose in the alimentary canal.

There is no undue fermentation and no fear of toxic poisoning. The first results of a raw diet are often very distressing on that account. The patient seems to become hyperacid and this condition lasts until all the poisons have been worked out. A fruit breakfast, one kind only, preferably local and in season.

As much as you like. This supplies the body with cleansing and building materials, and plenty of strength and energy to work. A cooked lunch. A dry meal.

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No soups, no liquids of any kinds. Ideally just steamed vegetables.

Begin with one kind at a time. If the results are good, take two or three varieties at a meal. Do not use more than one kind of starch, since each kind requires different enzymes for digestion. Ideally, eliminate the starches altogether. After another week, you may introduce broiled or steamed fish occasionally. A salad supper, preferably taken before dark.

Digestion tends to close down after dark. No more food should be taken within five or six hours after the cooked meal.

No strenuous work should be done and it is especially recommended to refrain from every form of brain work immediately following such a meal. Weight loss The Grape Cure is an excellent program for weight loss. Just take off pounds per cleanse, and then spend a couple of months working out and building up your muscles. Temporary protein deprivation can be beneficial, because the body will consume its own protein, beginning with any cells that are unhealthy.

However, once the unhealthy cells have been consumed, the muscles will begin to be consumed. Therefore those who are very ill and have lots of unhealthy cells will benefit from a longer Grape Cure, but those who are relatively healthy should not extend the fast for more than a week or two. George Bernard Shaw. The Water Of Life.

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