STUCK IN A CIRCLE by Cathy D. Slaght
You stand in front of the mirror and think " Look what's happening to me. But I can kick this. I know I can."
You're hooked on one of the most addictive drugs on the planet.
The addiction starts slowly. In fact, you may not even know you're "doing" the drug, because it comes in so many forms. But you're drawn to the foods that contain it- they make you feel good, at least for a short time.
Meanwhile it's restructuring the brain. There's a correlation between it's consumption and erratic behavior, delusional thought forms, extreme anger/frustration, depression, and an unbalanced psychological state.
Doesn't do too much for the appearance either, as evidenced by puffy bodies and/or big, swollen bellies, filled with Candida poop.
And then there's our health- this substance appears to be linked to cancer, diabetes, etc
Obviously we're talking about sugar, one of the most addictive drugs on the planet.
Even lab rats, if given a choice between sugar, heroin, or cocaine, choose the sugar every time.
The good news is that if you give up sugar or things that break down into sugar the cravings go away.
The bad news is you may have trouble doing this.
"Give up sugar" means give up everything you love. It's not in just the sugary things, but also breads, pasta, processed and fast foods, alcohol, soft drinks, and just about all restaurant foods.
But here are a few tips if you want to give it a shot -
1. Quit consuming sugar, fruit juices, alcohol, soft drinks, processed foods, grains, and eating at restaurants, fast food or otherwise
2. Support your spleen. (sugar weakens immunity). Some foods for this are squash, sweet potatoes, lentils, mung beans and roast barley tea
3. Support the liver- with fermented foods and/or apple cider vinegar
4. Support the small and large intestine with bitter foods- kale arugula
5. Take a probiotic
There's another approach for those who realize this is something they're probably never gong to do. Details tomorrow.
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