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Rewrite this plan and place it in a place where it would come into your eyes every day. You can also print it from www.cleanprogram.com.
COMPULSORY ACTIONS:
DO IT EVERY DAY
1. Prepare 3 dishes: liquid for breakfast, solid for lunch and liquid for dinner, with additives of your choice.
2. When choosing foods, follow the elimination diet guidelines.
3. Observe a break of 12 hours between the last meal in the evening and the first meal of the next day. Try not to snack in this period of time.
4. Make sure you have a chair every day at the end of the day. If this does not happen by itself, use laxatives or castor oil.
5. Drink so much pure water to ensure frequent urination. If there is more than an hour between two urinations, then you are not drinking enough.
6. Move as much as possible. Walk on foot. Take the stairs, not the elevator. Leave the car two blocks from the destination. Get off the subway or bus one stop earlier to be able to walk and relax along the way.
7. Get some rest. Get enough sleep. Breathe deeply throughout the day.
ADDITIONAL ACTIONS
Perform as many of the following actions as possible during each week of the program to enhance the effectiveness of the program:
1. Exercise. In addition to increasing your daily mobility, exercise, which over time will have a great effect. Start with small loads and gradually complicate them.

2. Five-minute meditation. Cleanse your mind and emotional sphere just as you cleanse your body.
3. Hydrocolonotherapy. Daily stools ensure the normal functioning of the body.
Hydrocolonotherapy accelerates this process.
4. Brush your skin. Clean the skin of dead cells with a brush for a few minutes before you shower.
5. Alternating douche with hot and cold water. While in the shower, turn on hot and cold water in turn. This procedure stimulates blood circulation and the detoxification process.
6. Infrared sauna. Sweat profusely as often as possible.
7. Massage. Visit a massage therapist every week, if you are allowed time and wallet.
8. Laugh. Try to do something every day that makes you laugh. This contributes to changes for the better in body chemistry and relieves stress.
9. Lubrication. Take two tablespoons of olive oil daily before going to bed.
10. Records. Record in a journal every day what you eat, what you think, how you feel and how you slept the previous night.
11. Photos. Take daily photos from the same angle and from the same distance to track progress.
12. Eat a garlic clove each day. The clove can be cut and shifted into slices of apple.
13. Read books on health, nutrition and the environment. Perhaps this knowledge will cause you to continue to support the results of the program.
14. Show your artistic abilities. Dance, sing, play musical instruments, draw, sculpt. Do what you like. Such activity is
sightings of the right brain, responsible for intuition. In the distant future, even if the memories of the program fade, your intuition will work more efficiently than your logic, and you, guided by your intuition, will always make the right choice for your own health.
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