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An overview of your health plan


A list of your goals may include some or all of the following. Add the ones you think fit.
1. Find a doctor who is broad-minded.
2. Eat healthy foods: organic, unprocessed, 51% of the ration in raw form, without chemicals, purchased on the local farm market.
3. Install the house water and air filters.
4. Periodically carry out a detox program. Observe a twelve-hour break between the last meal of one day and the first meal of the next day. Arrange juice starvation 1 day a week, 5 days with each season change and 7-10 days a year. You can also develop your own plan that best suits your needs. Recently there are more and more different plans for detoxification, study them.
5. Make sure that your blood and internal environment are alkaline.
Periodically measure the acidity by wetting saliva with litmus paper.
6. Perform physical exercises.
7. Meditate.

8. Practice massage, chiropractic, reflexology, osteopathy, craniosacral therapy (version of manual therapy.) - Ed.).
9. Do stretching exercises, yoga, pilates.
10. Do not forget about the creative activity.
11. Rest and sleep as much as the body needs.
12. Spend an adequate amount of time with your loved ones.
13. Develop an individual mode of taking additives.
14. Do blood tests and other examinations every year.
15. Read the literature on health.
16. Find your doctor of integration medicine, who will coordinate all your actions.


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An overview of your health plan

  1. Chapter overview
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  2. BRIEF SYMPTOMATIC REVIEW
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  3. Program Overview
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  4. Chapter overview
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  5. Chapter overview
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  6. Chapter overview
    • Radiant thinking This chapter summarizes the information in Chapters 1, 2 and 3, and the reader is introduced to the radiant mindset - a major step toward knowing the secrets of the brain, using it with greater efficiency and developing the hidden in it
  7. Chapter overview
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  8. Chapter overview
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  9. Chapter overview
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  10. Chapter overview
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  11. Chapter overview
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