“A study done at Oxford in 2002 studied 231 prisoners given nutritional supplements. The supplements alone reduced the number of violent incidents by those inmates by a third, which reduced the total number of violent incidents in the prison by about a quarter.”
– Kim Evans, Natural News.com
Studies show that people who get good nutrition are less likely to be angry and more likely to manage challenging situations with ease.
Most of us are aware that negative thinking lowers our energy. Many people use a variety of tools, resources, coaches and therapists to help them replace negative thoughts with positive ones to feel better.
What most people do not know is that this mental and emotional cleansing process is enhanced when we also clean and clear our digestive and elimination systems of toxins at the same time.
According to Dr. Mehmet Oz, “Virtually every nutrient we consume, whether it has a valid passport or not, must pass through the liver so it can be transformed into a different biochemical form. Most of what you put into your mouth isn’t exactly pure. Plants are sprayed with chemicals, animals are injected with potent hormones and lots of foods are genetically engineered with so much stuff that they make Frankenstein look as natural as a puppy. What’s that mean to us? For one thing, it means these toxins enter your body and can potentially destroy tissues or damage cells. It’s the liver’s job to cope with these toxic chemicals as they travel from the environment via food into your body, almost like a drug smuggler trying to make it past customs.” Read more: http://www.oprah.com/health/What-Does-the-Liver-Do/3#ixzz2aOtD2bzg
And, just like any filter, sometimes the liver gets clogged and needs cleaning.
Both the Chinese and Ayurvedic medical traditions relate chronic anger to poor liver function due to a build-up of toxins. When we are feeling ‘galled’ or we feel we simply can’t ‘stomach’ someone or something, it is important to remember that these emotions will actually become toxic chemicals in our bodies.
“Holistic Health, by its very definition, is an attitude toward health which includes Diet, Nutrition, Exercise and Lifestyle. I believe that our sense of well being is a reflection of our attitude towards ourselves, others and the world around us.” – Tom Woloshyn
Author of The Complete Master Cleanse, Tom Woloshyn, studied with Stanley Burroughs (the creator of the Master Cleanse) and has personally coached thousands of people on the best way to use the Master Cleanse to clean the liver.
His book explains how and why cleansing can improve our physical, emotional and mental bodies and increase our energy…which makes us more attractive to what we intend to attract.
Bottom line? We are more attractive when we take pressure off of our liver!
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Stacey Hall, L.S.H., C.N.T.C., C.A.C, C.R.T.S.
Success Coach, Speaker, Best-Selling Author
CEO, Chi-To-Be!, LLC