Informationen zur Frequenz-Therapie / Informatios-Medizin / Selbst-Heilung

Der Blutzapper nach Dr. Beck
Dr. Beck
Dr. Beck 2
Mitschrift: "Der verschwiegene Druchbruch in der Medizin."
Blutelektrifikation 2
Kolloidales Silber
Der Magnetpulser nach Dr. Beck
Vergleich Beck - Clark Zapper
Blood electrification. Patent 5139684
Tom's Prostate and Bone Cancer Recovery
Fred's Story
Jimmy's Leukemia Results

Alternative Medizin: Experte werden
1. Psyche, Unterbewußtsein
Literatur 1 Psyche
2. Statik,Haltung,Atmung
Literatur 2 Statik/Atmung
3. Ernährung Teil 1
Literatur 3 Ernährung
4. Gifte, Entgiftung
Literatur 4 Gifte/Entgiftung
5. Zahnherde
Literatur 5 Zahnherde
6. Störfelder
Literatur 6 Störfelder
7. Parasiten Teil 1
Literatur 7 Parasiten
8. Heilende Informationen
Literatur 8 Informationen
9. Selbstheilung Teil 1
9. Selbstheilung Teil 2
9. Selbstheilung Teil 3
Literatur 9 Selbstheilung
10. Preiswerte Methoden
Literatur 10 Diagnostik/Therapie
11. Zusammenhänge
Literatur 11

Krebs,MS,Aids.. Heilung ist möglich
Royal Rife heilte Krebs..
Heilungsansätze bei Krebs Teil 1
Heilungsansätze bei Krebs Teil 2
Heilungsansätze bei Krebs Teil 3
Heilungsansätze bei Krebs Teil 4
Rife and Cancer
Professor Pappas' Theory of Cancer
Death by Doctoring
Zappers and other Gizmos
Silber, Kolloidales Silber

Elektromedizin -> ECT
Elektromedizin Teil 1
Elektromedizin Teil 2
Elektromedizin Teil 3
Elektromedizin Teil 4

Heilende Informationen -> Frequenzen
Brainwave Frequency Listing
The Consolidated Annotated Frequency List
How Toxicity Relates To The Use Of The Rife/Bare Device
Das RIFE-Gerät der neuen Generation: VEJA 04/CD

Unterdrückte Methoden Teil 1
Unterdrückte Methoden Teil 2
Patrick Flanagans Entdeckungen
Detoxing your body.
InfraRed Muscle & Tendon Relaxer

Vitamine, Mineralstoffe Dr. Rath Teil 1
Nahrungsergänzung Dr. Rath Teil 2
Über die Heilkraft
von Wasser&Salz, Wasserstoff , Sauerstoff Teil 1
Wasser&Salz, Wasser-/Sauerstoff Teil 3

Heilkraft des Lichts Teil 1
Heilkraft des Lichts Teil 2

Mineralien Teil 1
Dr. Stockwell, Dr. Wallach

Vitamin C (Ascorbinsäure)
Bedeutung der Fette Budwig, Erasmus, Enig, Carver ..
Hanf . . als Universalheilmittel
Handys, schnurlose Telefone harmlos?
Tinnitus heilbar
Stress . . Entspannung . .
Schwermetalle, Entgiftung Teil 1
Schwermetalle, Entgiftung Dr. Klinghardt Teil 2
Amalgam, Entgiftung Teil 1
Heilwirkungen des Kohlblatts
Lapacho, Taheebo, Ipe Roxo . .
Übersäuerung, Allergien, Haarausfall, Krebs
Hyperthermie, Fieber
Effektive Mikroorganismen
Biologische Therapie nach Prof. Enderlein
Immuntherapie nach Dr. Spengler
Heilwirkungen des Knoblauchs
Transmutationen Teil 1
Transmutationen/Energie Teil 2
Energie Teil 1
Energie sparen
Blut, Blutreinigung Teil 1
erholsamer Schlaf, Träume
Nerven, Regeneration Teil 1
Nerven, Regeneration Teil 3
Wirbel-/Gelenke -> Methode Dorn
Parasiten, Pilze, Allergien
Immunsystem stärken
Schmerzen als Warnsignal Teil 1
Diagnostik/Therapie Dr. Smit Teil 1
c't 14/2000, S. 218: Elektrosmog: Störfunk fürs Gehirn
Verspannungen, Blockaden

Detoxing your body.

Does your body need a spring cleaning? A small but growing number of doctors believe that this may be a good idea. The internal cleansing program - called detoxification, or detox, in natural medicine - is designed to rid the body of harmful chemicals that may be causing fatigue, aches and pains, digestive upset, or less-than-optimal health. Consumers, too, are embracing detox. Stores are full of pills, powders, teas, and creams that claim to "cleanse the skin and colon," "purify the blood," and "flush out toxins."

The concept sounds appealing. Detoxification, proponents claim, is like an oil change for the body, eliminating harmful poisons and natural waste products that can build up in the liver, skin, gut, and other areas. Cleansing is achieved through various regimens, including modified fasting, saunas, and a range of vitamins, herbs, and nutrients.

Avoid dairy, wheat, and other foods that may trigger allergies, for example, and you give the colon a rejuvenating rest. Or take an herb such as milk thistle to boost the liver - the body's main organ of detoxification, which filters and cleans the blood - and you'll speed up the elimination of all kinds of toxins. Cleanse, nourish, and rest your body - even for only a day or two, the argument goes - and you'll enhance its natural restorative powers, helping to fend off illness.

Detoxification is not a new idea. For centuries, different cultures have promoted fasting and dietary restrictions for therapeutic and religious purposes. And detoxifying spa treatments have long been offered in Europe under medical supervision. But most doctors in the U.S. are not familiar with the concept. And many of those who are remain skeptical, partly because of a dearth of scientific data.

Although a handful of reports support the benefits of detoxification, rigorous studies are lacking. One commonly cited report from the Eighties found that fasting speeded recovery in people who had accidentally ingested cooking oil laced with industrial poisons (American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 1984). Another found that dietary changes and saunas helped to reverse memory and nerve problems in firemen who had inhaled toxic chemicals in an electrical fire (Archives of Environmental Health, 1989). An NIH-sponsored trial of detoxification for patients with advanced pancreatic cancer is currently under way at Columbia University in New York. Should the results prove positive, more doctors will take a closer look.

Seven-Day Detox Plan

Still, many physicians schooled in natural medicine advise routine detoxification for their patients. All the smog, pesticides, heavy metals, and pollutants now crowding our environment, they say, give the recommendation current urgency. "We are the first generation to be exposed to so many toxins; they overload our natural detoxification system," says Frank Lipman, M.D., a holistic practitioner in New York City who recommends detox at least once or twice a year for almost all his patients. Spring, a season of renewal in the natural world, is an excellent time to do it, he says.

"Virtually everyone feels better after a detoxification," reports the Advisor's chief medical consultant, Dr. David Edelberg, although he believes that some or much of the effect may be psychological. "A person who drinks too much, or eats too much sugar and junk food, or smokes too much will definitely feel better after a detox simply because it clears all that crud out of the system." A good generic detox can last up to a week, he says, "usually about as long as people can stand it."

Here's a simple seven-day detox plan that most people in good health can follow. It's always a good idea to do so under professional supervision.

1) On days one and two, stick with liquids. Drink only pure spring or filtered water, water with lemon squeezed into it, herbal teas, and diluted fruit juices (half water, half juice). It's a good idea to drink at least eight glasses of water or other fluids daily during this period-and all the time. Avoid fasting if you are taking prescription drugs; if you have hypoglycemia, diabetes, or another medical condition; or if you feel dizzy, nauseated, or experience cramps.

2) On days three through seven, add brown rice, fruits, and vegetables. Try to stick with organic produce. Cruciferous vegetables - such as bok choy, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, kale, rutabagas, and turnips - are particularly effective at activating those enzymes in the liver that promote the natural detoxification process.

3) Consider herbs and supplements in addition to your standard multivitamin. Chlorophyll-rich "green" products - for example, those containing wheat grass, barley grass, or various types of algae - are a source of beta-carotene and other vitamins and minerals. Although studies are lacking, many people claim these green drinks and powders provide an energy boost. Your doctor may also recommend such products as Ultraclear (a low-allergy, nutrient-rich powder sold in doctors' offices) or herbal detox formulas (e.g., Nature's Pure Body Cleanse, sold in health-food stores). Avoid "purging" detox products that contain harsh laxatives, such as cascara sagrada or aloe; they can lead to dehydration.

4) Detox your mind as well. For example, avoid television, stock tickers, and upsetting news reports. At least an hour every day, try to practice a relaxation technique, such as yoga, breathing exercises, or meditation.

5) Other important measures. Try to get at least eight hours of sleep a night. If possible, Dr. Lipman also encourages people to work up a good sweat during the detox with a daily sauna. Sweating, he explains, draws toxins from the body and releases them through the skin. Finally, it's important to use common sense: If you feel weak, dizzy, or unwell, stop the detox and consult your doctor.

Caution: Detoxification is not recommended for anyone with a serious medical condition, such as diabetes or heart disease. Children under 12 or pregnant women are also advised against detox. Never stop taking prescription medications without your doctor's consent.

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