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Basic Instructions


The program requires you to adhere to two main conditions every day:
1. Eat and drink should be only what is included in the menu.
2. It is necessary to support the process of detoxifying the body with simple methods and practices.

In addition, there are several supporting practices that help achieve maximum results. Do what your time and enthusiasm allow. If you observe only two main conditions, then you will achieve excellent results without any additional efforts.
Set yourself up for a full, three-week program. But even if you do not manage to complete it, you will still benefit and will 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 Pettiggion - a nurse, a chef specializing in raw foods, and a body cleansing specialist.
My friend and colleague, Jill sincerely helps people improve their health. She became famous for the juice purifications that she exposes her clients in New York. We spent a lot of time expanding our knowledge of cleansing, and under our guidance, many hundreds of people carried out 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 not only have a delicious taste and are easy to prepare, but are also very accurately verified in terms of the amount of nutrients they contain necessary for detoxification.
The optimal amount of drinking water is the one that causes hourly urination. The usual daily rate is two liters
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Basic Instructions

  1. Settlement 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
    Acts instead of the methodology "Normative indicators of specific emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere from the main types of technological equipment of the enterprises of the industry (Kharkov, 1991)". The archive includes the methodology and letters of the 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
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  3. Instructions for processing data obtained with the SF-36 questionnaire
    This instruction has been prepared by Evidence, a clinical pharmacological study. A reference to the company is required for all publications of the results obtained with the SF-36 questionnaire in all media, including the Internet. SF-36 Health Status Survey 1 (SF-36) refers to non-specific quality of life (QOL) questionnaires, it is widely distributed in the US
  4. Instructions for taking the test material for microbiological studies
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  9. Instruction on the procedure for the bodies and institutions of the sanitary and epidemiological service of the state sanitary inspection for the sanitary condition of the health facility
    (Approved by Order No. 228 of the USSR on 23.03.76) In accordance with the Regulations on State Sanitary Supervision in the USSR approved by Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the USSR No. 361 of 31.05.73, the bodies and institutions of the Sanitary and Epidemiological Service are responsible for supervising the conduct of sanitary and antiepidemic activities and compliance with institutions and heads of institutions
  10. Instruction No. 154.021.98 IP for the application of "Sterilization indicators for single-use applications IS-120, IS-132, IS-160, IS-180" for monitoring the parameters of operating modes for steam and air sterilizers
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  11. Instructions for disinfection and disinsection of clothes, bedding, shoes and other objects in steam-air-formalin, steam and combined disinfection chambers and disinsection of these objects in air disinsection chambers
    (Approved by the Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the USSR 29.08.77) General This instruction contains the basic rules for the disinfection and disinfestation of clothing, bedding, shoes and other objects in steam-air-formalin, steam and combined disinfection chambers and the disinfestation of these objects in air disinsection chambers. Disinfection of facilities in
  12. Features of acid-base imbalance in patients in critical conditions: the main aspects of pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment
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  18. Acid-base condition
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