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The program requires you to daily observe two main conditions:
1. Eat and drink should be only what is included in the menu.
2. It is necessary to support the process of detoxification of the body using simple methods and practices.
In addition, there are several ancillary practices that promote maximum results. Do what you allow your time and your enthusiasm. If you observe only two main conditions, then you will achieve excellent results without any additional effort.
Set yourself up for a full, three-week program. But even if you fail to do it all, you will still benefit and be well prepared for the next attempt.
1. Follow the rules of nutrition.
All the recipes you find in the book were compiled by Jill Pettydzhon, a nurse, a chef specializing in raw food, and a cleansing specialist.
My friend and colleague, Jill sincerely helps people improve their health. She became famous for the juice cleanses that she exposes her clients in New York. We spent a lot of time expanding our knowledge of cleansing, and under our leadership, many hundreds of people conducted various detoxification programs. When I asked Jill to develop new recipes specifically for this book, she more than successfully coped with this task. Its 42 dishes are not only distinguished by their delicious taste and are easy to prepare, but are also extremely accurate in terms of the amount of nutrients they contain for detoxification.
The optimal amount of drunk water is that which causes hourly urination. Normal daily intake - two liters
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- Calculation instruction. Specific indicators of the formation of harmful substances released into the atmosphere from the main types of technological equipment for enterprises of the radio-electronic complex, 2006
It acts instead of the methodology "Regulatory indicators of specific emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere from the main types of technological equipment of enterprises in the industry (Kharkiv, 1991)". The archive includes the methodology and letters of the Research Institute of Atmosphere for its explanation. This calculation instruction (methodology) is intended to determine the qualitative and quantitative composition of emissions of harmful substances from the main
- House Cleaning Instructions
(From the US Aseptic Guide for Hospitals) Chambers, sanitary rooms and showers for the general patient population Description Chambers are rooms on the hospital premises designed for people admitted to the hospital for medical treatment and convalescents. Toilets are the rooms that make up the overall structure of the chamber. Showers - rooms,
- Instructions for processing data obtained using the questionnaire SF-36
This instruction has been prepared by Evidence, a clinical and pharmacological study. Reference to the company is required for all publications of the results obtained using the SF-36 questionnaire in all media, including the Internet. “SF-36 Health Status Survey” 1 (SF-36) refers to non-specific questionnaires for assessing the quality of life (QOL), it is widely distributed in the USA
- Instructions for taking the studied material for microbiological research
Blood The procedural sister and the laboratory assistant take the patient's blood in the treatment room or in the ward, depending on the patient's condition. It is recommended to take blood for seeding if possible before the start of antibiotic therapy or 12-24 hours after the last injection of the drug to the patient. Sowing is carried out during temperature rise. It is recommended to take blood 2-4 times a day, in acute sepsis - 2-3
- INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING THE CARD OF PRIMARY AND REANIMATION HELP TO THE NEWBORN IN THE PARENTAL GARDEN
"Primary and intensive care card for a newborn in the delivery room" - accounting form 097-1 / y-95 is filled for each newborn in all health care facilities where obstetric care is provided by a doctor (neonatologist or obstetrician-gynecologist) or, in the absence of doctor, midwife after the resuscitation complex. Is a loose leaf
- Instructions for using hydrogen peroxide with detergents for disinfection purposes
(Approved by the head of the Main Sanitary Epidemiological Department of the USSR Ministry of Health; A. V. Pavlov of 29.08.70 No. 858-70) General provisions 1. Hydrogen peroxide (H202) belongs to the group of oxidizers. Produced by industry in the form of an aqueous solution of 29-30% concentration called perhydrol, which is an odorless and colorless, bitter-astringent liquid. With
- Instructions for midwives to monitor women in labor who undergo regional anesthesia for childbirth
A. After stabilization of hemodynamic parameters after the first dose is administered, repeated doses, the onset of continuous infusion, the nursing staff (midwives) are obliged to take the following control measures: 1. Assess the hemodynamic state and respiration of the woman, her mobility, consciousness and severity of pain. 2. Assess the condition of the fetus. 3. Stop the infusion or call the anesthesiologist at
- INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USE OF MEDICINES INCLUDING THE FIRST AID KIT OF VESSELS OUTSIDE OF NON-MEDICAL PERSONNEL
Analgesic and antipyretic drugs 1. Tramal Ampoules 2 ml. It is used for severe pain: intramuscularly or subcutaneously injected 3-4 times a day. 2. Analgin Tablets 0.5 g; ampoules of 2 ml of 50% solution. Applied as an analgesic and antipyretic for pain in muscles, joints, headaches, feverish conditions. Is ingested by 1-2 tab. 2-3 times
- Instructions on the procedure for the implementation of the bodies and institutions of the sanitary-epidemiological service of the state sanitary supervision of health facilities health facilities
(Approved by Order M3 of the USSR of 23.03.76 No. 228) In accordance with the Statute on State Sanitary Surveillance in the USSR, approved by the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the USSR of 31.05.73 No. 361, the bodies and institutions of the sanitary-epidemiological service are entrusted with the supervision of sanitary and anti-epidemic activities and compliance with institutions and heads of institutions
- Instruction No. 154.021.98 PI on the use of single-use sterilization indicators IS-120, IS-132, IS-160, IS-180 for monitoring the parameters of operating modes of steam and air sterilizers
AGREED NIIID Director Academician of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences MG Shandala, 01/07/99. APPROVED: Head of the Department of State Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance of the Ministry of Health of Russia A.A. Monisov 07/18/99. control parameters parameters (temperature, time) of steam and air sterilizers. The use of indicators allows you to detect non-compliance with the sterilization regime, due to technical failure of sterilizers,
- Instructions for disinfection and disinsection of clothing, bedding, shoes and other objects in air-formalin, steam and combined disinfection chambers and disinsection of these objects in air disinsection chambers
(Approved by the USSR Chief Sanitary Doctor 29.08.77) General This Instruction contains the basic rules for disinfection and disinsection of clothing, bedding, shoes and other objects in air steam-formalin, steam and combined disinfection chambers and disinsection of these objects in air disinsection chambers. Disinfecting facilities in
- Features of acid-base imbalance in critically ill patients: main aspects of pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment
Perhaps the most specific feature of acid-base disorders in this group of patients should be considered the absence of any specificity. In other words, in the clinical heading "critical condition", which includes the most diverse diseases by origin and pathogenesis, one can come across any form of acid-base disorders. Moreover, even in
- The main forms of acid-base imbalance: clinical diagnosis
It should be noted that violations of the CRP are not diseases, but syndromes, and, therefore, the same nosological forms may be accompanied by various types of disorders. For example, a craniocerebral or thoracoabdominal trauma may be accompanied by both hyperpnea (respiratory alkalosis) and hypopnea (respiratory acidosis). Acute liver failure may be complicated.
- The main disease. Varieties of the underlying disease
The main disease is a disease that, by itself or through its complications, has led the patient to an unfavorable outcome (process chronization, disability, death). The main disease can be only a nosological unit, or a syndrome equivalent to nosology. One of the most common mistakes is the inclusion in the main diagnosis of the symptoms and syndromes accompanying
- Basic principles of treatment of patients with syphilis
Before treatment, it is necessary to clarify the patient's tolerability of penicillin or other antibiotics in the past. There are many treatments for syphilis. Students and doctors should remember that it is not syphilis that should be treated, but a patient with a syphilitic infection, and the basic principles must be observed: 1. Treatment should be prescribed as soon as possible, immediately after
- The main forms of relationships in the military team
Relationships in the military team appear in two main forms. First, it is a formal (official) relationship. They are determined by the organizational structure of the unit, which fixes in it the functions of each serviceman, the scope of his duties, rights and responsibilities. Formal relations are seemingly external to the warriors, since they are set from the outside by
- The complication of the underlying disease.
A complication of the underlying disease is called: 1. Processes that have arisen as a result of the natural course of the disease or as a consequence of an adequate surgical or other event (A.V. Smolyannikov, 1970). 2. Such a stage of the underlying disease, when a qualitatively and often etiologically new pathological process develops (OK K. Khmelnitsky, 1971). 3. The pathological process that
- Acid-Base State
Virtually all chemical reactions in the human body depend on maintaining the concentration of hydrogen ions in a physiologically acceptable range. The concentration of hydrogen ions is strictly regulated, because its changes can cause dysfunction of many organs and systems. A complex system of regulation of the concentration of hydrogen ions is often called the acid-base state, the knowledge of which is extremely
- MAIN AGENTS
Oral infections are associated with the microflora that is constantly present here. Usually it is a mixed flora, including more than 3-5 microorganisms. In case of a truly odontogenic infection, along with facultative bacteria, primarily greening streptococci, in particular (S.mutans, S.milleri), anaerobic flora is secreted: Peptostreptococcus spp., Fusobacterium spp., Actinomyces spp. With
- The main elements of the work
Analysis of any literary work involves the ability to detect and characterize its main aspects and main elements. The basic concepts that embody an idea of the external and internal sides of a work of art are content and form. The content is usually understood as the main meaning, ideas, problems, topics and the like, i.e. THEN ABOUT WHAT FOR WHAT