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Heavy Metal Elimination 16 - 05 - 2002

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Heavy Metal Elimination Warm greetings to you, Let's carry on where we left off last week, shall we? HEAVY METAL ELIMINATION Deposits of heavy metals in the body poison almost every person. Lead, aluminum, copper and arsenic collect in organs throughout the body. Because of their heavy weight, they are difficult to eliminate, and may cause discomfort as they leave the body. Lead enters the body through car exhaust, paint and canned foods. Aluminum may come from preparing or storing food in aluminum containers. Arsenic is present on sprayed foods, and so on. Since these metals are heavy, they tend to remain in the body until a cleansing diet or fast is followed. As these metals come out, headaches and general achiness all through the body may occur. The gums may hurt and the kidneys may throb as these metals leave the organs and bones. Occasionally you can actually taste the metal that is being eliminated. Lead especially often leaves a metallic taste on the tongue when it is leaving the body. Heavy metal poisoning can make you feel uncomfortable all over, and is very common due to all the environmental toxins. Meat eating creates an acid condition in the body. When meat is eliminated, the body tries to reestablish its alkaline condition. As the acid condition of the body changes to one of alkalinity, symptoms may arise that may confuse the new vegetarian. A sour, disagreeable odor may emit from the body as the acids leave or are neutralized. Hair may fall out and the breath may turn foul. Urine may be dark and a very sharp, bitter taste may be in the mouth. Weakness of the arms and legs may occur. Many people confuse this weakness for protein deficiency. Instead, the weakness has resulted from a consumption of too much acid-forming protein in the past. The body energies are directed toward neutralizing these old toxins and so make one feel weak for a temporary period. Once the toxins are taken care of and an alkaline condition is reestablished, then strength returns to the limbs. The discomfort of an over-acid body can quickly be overcome by a high alkaline diet, such as fresh fruits and vegetables. Most people who change their diet and improve their health may experience one or more of the following symptoms: Headaches: A headache is the body's chief warning signal that of body toxicity. The toxic load in the body has increased so fast that poisons are circulating in the bloodstream and cause irritation to the brain and nerves. Upset stomach and diarrhea: When food is not being digested properly or is passing right through your body, then it is time to stop all food intake. This is our body's way of telling us it does not require any nourishment at this time, but instead is busy cleaning. Constipation: A new diet may occasion temporary constipation. Weight loss: Weight loss is normal when the diet has improved. From 2 to 7 kilos of water weight alone may be lost when salt is completely eliminated from the diet. In some individuals, 2 to 10 kilos of old fecal matter may be eliminated from the colon. The body will also try to eliminate all diseased tissue in an effort to rebuild a healthy body. Weight loss may occur from 6 months to a year, Body purification is a lifelong process. Our body will always strive for a higher state of health. It will always be eliminating toxins as soon as they become present. Consequently we can always expect some cleansing symptoms to occur even after we have achieved a high state of well-being. The symptoms however will be of a much shorter duration and of much lower intensity. When the quality of the food coming into the body is of higher quality than the tissues, which the body is made of, the body begins to make room for the superior materials, which it uses to make new and healthier tissue. This is the plan of Nature- of evolution. And on that note we will end today's letter. Until next week then, The Crazy Nut team

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