HOW TO USE JUICING TO DETOX YOUR LIVER

HOW TO USE BEETROOT JUICE TO DETOX YOUR LIVER, BREAK DOWN GALLSTONES AND STOP ALLERGIES IN 4 WEEKS!

Along with providing a boost to your immune system and remedy for digestive disorders, cleansing your liver may even help prevent fatty liver, gall stones, lower your cholesterol, and provide relief from allergies. Some people have reported that by detoxifying their liver, it also helps to regulate blood sugar levels, prevent fatigue, and reduce minor aches and pain.

Most liver cleanses are performed by only drinking juices for several days. By choosing a variety of juice drinks, you can ensure you receive an adequate amount of vitamins and minerals.

Use these liver cleansing juice recipes to detoxify and cleanse your system. Try to choose a few different recipes, instead of drinking the same drink over and over.

1. Beetroot Liver Cleanse

This first juice drink combines beetroot with other liver cleansing fruits and vegetables. Combine all of the following ingredients in a juicer:

2. Citrus-Beetroot Drink

Citrus fruits are commonly included in juice cleanse recipes for their high bioflavonoids content that really enhance the nutrient contents of any juices. For this citrus-beetroot drink, put all of these ingredients through your juicer:

3. Spicy Red Beet Drink

This spicy red beetroot drink is a little pungent and may not be suitable for everybody but it is so high in antioxidants. To make this drink, you will need:

4. Purple Ginger Root and Beet Drink

A purple beetroot drink will make a good mid-day meal. Gather the following ingredients and process using your juicer:

5. Root Liver Cleanse Drink

This final recipe contains several root plants, including ginger and turmeric. Turmeric is a spice that is commonly used in Indian cuisine and is known for containing a wide range of beneficial nutrients. For a root liver cleanse drink, combine all of these ingredients in your juicer:

LIVER CLEANSE FOR FOUR WEEKS

Before starting a cleanse, make sure that you take precautions. It is important to ensure that you continue to receive proper nutrition. If you feel fatigued, while performing a liver cleanse, you should stop the process and resume eating your normal diet. This also applies to any other side effects, such as dizziness, nausea, or headaches.

Cleansing your liver may take several weeks. Use the recipes above, one at a time, 2-3 glasses a day for at least three days out of a week. The recipes given are for one portion. Multiply the quantity accordingly to make enough for 2-3 days. Take a break and do the same with another recipe the following weeks for four consecutive weeks.

Top 10 foods to help detoxify the liver add to your Juicing

1. Dandelion greens
2. Beets with their tops
3. Apples
4. Black Garlic Brand 1 / Black Garlic Brand 2
5. Lemons and limes
6. Any dark leafy greens like, kale and collard greens
7. Fresh turmeric (or dried)
8. Cruciferous vegetables like, broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower
9. Carrots
10. Grapefruit (leave as much of the white pith as possible)


THE STOIC IS A WORK IN PROGRESS

“Show me someone sick and happy, in danger and happy, dying and happy, exiled and happy, disgraced and happy. Show me! By God, how much I’d like to see a Stoic. But since you can’t show me someone that perfectly formed, at least show me someone actively forming themselves so, inclined in this way. . . . Show me!” —EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.19.24–25a, 28
 
Instead of seeing philosophy as an end to which one aspires, see it as something one applies. Not occasionally, but over the course of a life—making incremental progress along the way. Sustained execution, not shapeless epiphanies.
 
Epictetus loved to shake his students out of their smug satisfaction with their own progress. He wanted to remind them—and now you—of the constant work and serious training needed every day if we are ever to approach that perfect form.
 
It’s important for us to remember in our own journey to self-improvement: one never arrives. The sage—the perfect Stoic who behaves perfectly in every situation—is an ideal, not an end.

THE STOIC IS A WORK IN PROGRESS

“Show me someone sick and happy, in danger and happy, dying and happy, exiled and happy, disgraced and happy. Show me! By God, how much I’d like to see a Stoic. But since you can’t show me someone that perfectly formed, at least show me someone actively forming themselves so, inclined in this way. . . . Show me!” —EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.19.24–25a, 28
 
Instead of seeing philosophy as an end to which one aspires, see it as something one applies. Not occasionally, but over the course of a life—making incremental progress along the way. Sustained execution, not shapeless epiphanies.
 
Epictetus loved to shake his students out of their smug satisfaction with their own progress. He wanted to remind them—and now you—of the constant work and serious training needed every day if we are ever to approach that perfect form.
 
It’s important for us to remember in our own journey to self-improvement: one never arrives. The sage—the perfect Stoic who behaves perfectly in every situation—is an ideal, not an end.

THE CHAIN METHOD

“If you don’t wish to be a hot-head, don’t feed your habit. Try as a first step to remain calm and count the days you haven’t been angry. I used to be angry every day, now every other day, then every third or fourth . . . if you make it as far as 30 days, thank God! For habit is first weakened and then obliterated. When you can say ‘I didn’t lose my temper today, or the next day, or for three or four months, but kept my cool under provocation,’ you will know you are in better health.” —EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.18.11b–14
 
The comedian Jerry Seinfeld once gave a young comic named Brad Isaac some advice about how to write and create material. Keep a calendar, he told him, and each day that you write jokes, put an X. Soon enough, you get a chain going—and then your job is to simply not break the chain. Success becomes a matter of momentum. Once you get a little, it’s easier to keep it going.
 
Whereas Seinfeld used the chain method to build a positive habit, Epictetus was saying that it can also be used to eliminate a negative one. It’s not all that different than taking sobriety “one day at a time.” Start with one day doing whatever it is, be it managing your temper or wandering eyes or procrastination. Then do the same the following day and the day after that. Build a chain and then work not to break it. Don’t ruin your streak

Who do you listen to?

This question is different than “Who do you learn from?” Most people think they are the same. What does “listen” mean? What does “learn from” mean. Think about these things. Ponder this: You can learn the most from your enemies. Think about those who hate you, those who YOU hate, those who make you feel bad, those who “hurt” you, those who if they would only change your life would be better. These people are your greatest teachers. You should love these people. These people, more than any other, can bring you to a “place” where all your dreams can come true. Remember, YOU attracted them into your life. They are an answer to what you have been asking for. YOU called them forth into your life. This is why “love your enemies, love those who hate you” is a common high spiritual teaching. Much love.. Jojan Hendriks


OUR WELL-BEING LIES IN OUR ACTIONS

OUR WELL-BEING LIES IN OUR ACTIONS
“Those obsessed with glory attach their well-being to the regard of others, those who love pleasure tie it to feelings, but the one with true understanding seeks it only in their own actions. . . . Think on the character of the people one wishes to please, the possessions one means to gain, and the tactics one employs to such ends. How quickly time erases such things, and how many will yet be wiped away.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 6:51, 59
 
If your happiness is dependent on accomplishing certain goals, what happens if fate intervenes? What if you’re snubbed? If outside events interrupt? What if you do achieve everything but find that nobody is impressed? That’s the problem with letting your happiness be determined by things you can’t control. It’s an insane risk.
 
If an actor focuses on the public reception to a project—whether critics like it or whether it’s a hit, they will be constantly disappointed and hurt. But if they love their performance—and put everything they have into making it the best that they’re capable of—they will always find satisfaction in their job. Like them, we should take pleasure from our actions—in taking the right actions—rather than the results that come from them.
 
Our ambition should not be to win, then, but to play with our full effort. Our intention is not to be thanked or recognized, but to help and to do what we think is right. Our focus is not on what happens to us but on how we respond. In this, we will always find contentment and resilience.

Weekly Forecast: May 15-19, 17

Weekly Forecast

The theme this week is joy, happiness or a surprise gift

  1. This option indicates communication that leads to hope or security. You will receive some solid news about a call or any other electronic communication you initiate. Things will look very positive and hopeful albeit at a slow pace.
  2. This option indicates “wrong challenge” meaning that you are faced with something that seems like an obstacle but it is false. Like going up the wrong mountain. Be cautious of what happens this week.
  3. This option indicates multiple short trips or meetings. It can also indicate a union of two people for a date, meeting or a call. You may need to make a choice about a meeting or a sibling. Expect some sort of an uncharacteristic behavior.

This gift Donate by Vaishali Nikhade and Let us know above options came true in this week 15-19-2017.. Share experience  with us below in the form. Thank you and have Freakin Amazing Week…

 


FUELING THE HABIT BONFIRE

“Every habit and capability is confirmed and grows in its corresponding actions, walking by walking, and running by running . . . therefore, if you want to do something make a habit of it, if you don’t want to do that, don’t, but make a habit of something else instead. The same principle is at work in our state of mind. When you get angry, you’ve not only experienced that evil, but you’ve also reinforced a bad habit, adding fuel to the fire.” —EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.18.1–5
 
“We are what we repeatedly do,” Aristotle said, “therefore, excellence is not an act but a habit.” The Stoics add to that that we are a product of our thoughts (“Such as are your habitual thoughts, such also will be the character of your mind,” Marcus Aurelius put it).
 
Think about your activities of the last week as well as what you have planned for today and the week that follows. The person you’d like to be, or the person you see yourself as—how closely do your actions actually correspond to him or her? Which fire are you fueling? Which person are you becoming?

Epsom Salt & Olive Oil Liver Detox

452080313_XS.jpg
.
Detoxifying the liver is an important way to help maintain the health of the body. Though there are several liver detoxes available, one that has become popular over the past several years is the olive oil and Epsom salts cleanse. This cleanse is believed by some, including natural health practitioner Andreas Moritz, Julia Chang, M.Sc., and Dr. Hulda Clark, to remove gallstones formed both in the liver and gallbladder. Other experts disagree, noting what is expelled during the cleanse comes from a mixture of olive oil and lemon. The cleanse is easy to follow and takes three days of preparation and a day and a half to complete. It also contains simple ingredients easily found at home or the store.

Purpose

The liver detoxifies every single food, drink, chemical, and pollutant that enters the body. Remnants of toxic properties from these substances can build up over time, causing the formation of gallstones in the liver, according to Moritz in “The Amazing Liver & Gallbladder Flush.” A liver cleanse once or twice a year helps remove gallstones and allows for proper liver function, he says. This liver cleanse uses the components of apple juice, high in malic acid, which Moritz says breaks down gallstones for easier passage; Epsom salts, which relax and dilate the gallbladder to allow for release of gallstones; and olive oil, which stimulates the gallbladder to expel stored stones.

Ingredients

fotolia_150831_XS.jpg
Apples help break down gallbladder stones, Red Text are direct links for you..
To prepare for the cleanse, purchase enough Organic apple juice and 1 Bottle of Organic Raw Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar With The ‘Mother’  To drink a glass of Organic Apple Juice with 1 Table Spoon of Apple Cider Vinegar every two hours for three days. The detox ingredients include 1/2 cup Organic Olive oil*, four tbsp. of Epsom salts and 1/2 cup of Fresh Organic grapefruit juice without the Pulp (sieve)
*Click Here –> That “Extra Virgin Olive Oil is Probably not Extra Virgin!

Preparation, When you 1 Meal A Day only Use 1 Table Apple Cider Vinegar with water only…. (No Apple Juice)

For three days leading up to the cleanse, drink a glass of apple juice with 1 Table Spoon of Apple Cider Vinegar every two hours. The day of the cleanse, eat a light, low-fat breakfast and lunch. Eating high fat foods triggers the release of bile from the liver into the gallbladder, which helps in the digestion of fat. Eating low or no fat allows bile to build up in the liver and gallbladder throughout the day, which Moritz says forces a release of gallstones upon ingesting the olive oil in the evening.

Procedure

Do not eat or drink anything after 2 p.m. Mix the four tbsp. Epsom salt in three cups of water (Chill it better taste) or, at 6 p.m., one tbsp. of Epsom salt in 3/4 cup Purified water. Wait two hours and take a second dose of Epsom salt in water. Prepare for bed around 9:30 p.m. At 10 p.m., mix (Blender) a half cup of olive oil with 1/2 cup Fresh Organic grapefruit juice and drink at a moderate to rapid pace. A straw can often help with consuming the mixture quickly. After finishing the drink, go to bed and lay on your back or, if that is uncomfortable, on your right side, which Moritz notes is “essential for helping to release the gallstones.”

What to Expect

According to Chang, this “traditional European folk remedy” should cause the body to expel pea-sized greenish-brown stones upon rising the next morning. The amount of stones can range from just a few to many. Clark says these stones are gallstones with “cholesterol crystals” that come from the liver and gallbladder. Critics, however, maintain they are simply a mixture of olive oil and lemon juice. Moritz, Chang and Clark assert the olive oil and Epsom salt liver cleanse will help to increase energy, clear skin and reduce food allergies.

Contraindications

Nausea, diarrhea, or vomiting may occur during the flush. Those sick or menstruating should not do a liver cleanse. Children should not participate. Some experts believe those with gallstones should not do this liver cleanse because stones may become lodged in the bile duct. The American Cancer Society says “available scientific evidence does not support claims that liver flushes are useful for preventing or treating cancer or any other diseases.”


DON’T BE INSPIRED, BE INSPIRATIONAL

“Let us also produce some bold act of our own—and join the ranks of the most emulated.” —SENECA, MORAL LETTERS, 98.13b
 
It was common in Greek and Roman times, just as it is now, for politicians to pander to their audience. They would lavish effusive praise on the crowd, on their country, on inspiring military victories of the past. How many times have you heard a political candidate say, “This is the greatest country in the history of the world”? As orator Demosthenes pointed out, we’ll gladly sit for hours to hear a speaker who stands in front of some famous or sacred landmark, “praising [our] ancestors, describing their exploits and enumerating their trophies.”
 
But what does this flattery accomplish? Nothing. Worse, the admiration of shiny accolades distracts us from their true purpose. Also, as Demosthenes explains, it betrays the very ancestors who inspire us. He concluded his speech to the Athenian people with words that Seneca would later echo and still resounds centuries later. “Reflect, then,” he said, “that your ancestors set up those trophies, not that you may gaze at them in wonder, but that you may also imitate the virtues of the men who set them up.”
 
The same goes for the quotes in this book and for other inspiring words you might hear. Don’t just admire admire them. Use them. Follow their example.