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It is very important you consult a doctor before making changes in your diet and lifestyle,
or before taking vitamin and/or food supplements.
References to any products, services or links does not consitute or imply their endorsement
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While all care is taken with the accuracy of the facts and procedures in this book the
author accepts neither liability nor responsibility to any person with respect to loss, injury
or damage caused, or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the information
contained in this book.
The purpose of this book is to educate and inform. For medical advice you should seek the
personal advice and services of a medical professional.
Get the correct ratio of protein to carbohydrates. 1.3 times as many calories
carbohydrates as protein.
Especially eat fruit and vegetables low on the glycemic index as your major
Eat enough good fats like cold pressed extra virgin olive oil, olives, almonds, brazil nuts
and macadamia nuts. Eat around the same caloric intake of good fats as protein.
Practice advanced hygiene.
Wash your hands thoroughly at least five times a day and pay special attention to
cleaning your fingernails.
Perform a facial dip at least once a day.
Wash your whole body and hair at least once or twice every day.
Brush your teeth after each meal and avoid toothpastes containing sodium lauryl
sulphate and possibly even flouride.
Do stretching exercises for flexibility and to stimulate circulation.
Do strength building exericises at least three times a week especially abdominal
crunches, push ups and squats.
Do aerobic exercise (like brisk walking or jogging) at least four times a week for 20
minutes to 45 minutes at a time.
Stay active during the day. Walk up the stairs instead of taking the lift. Walk instead
of driving wherever possible.
Practice deep breathing and relaxation techniques.
Get enough good quality, uninterrupted sleep.
Most people need 9 to 10 hours of sleep every night.
Try to get sunshine or bright lights when you get up in the morning and avoid bright
lights in the evening. Red light is okay at night.
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