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Philosophy

All elements of nutrition can be found in fruits vegetable and grains. Here you can find out more about the philosophy behind Cook to Live and our vegetarian lifestyle program

God planned in the beginning that fruits and vegetables should form a large part of our diet, and if we followed this practice now, it would mean improved health for family and ourselves.

There are perfect law and order in our systems and when we violate these we have to suffer the consequences.

THE DO'S

What Should we eat? 
 
What types of food are good to eat when?
 
What foods are good to eat together?
 
Here we will explore the best practices that we follow here at Cook To Live. 

Do's

 

 
Water
lemons, pineapples, peaches, grapefruit, oranges and all juicy fruits
 
Potassium
leafy vegetable, watercress, parsley, chard, tomatoes, beets, spinach, dandelion, watermelon
poor circulation and constipation all female trouble
 
Sodium
rheumatism, hardening of arteries, kidney stone, gallstone, stiff joints
 
Iron
Red and white cabbage, spinach, carrots, cherries and currants
removes waste products and assist greatly in cleansing the blood stream. Inorganic iron should never be taken, as it is an irritant to the kidneys
 
Sulfur
cabbage, asparagus, brussel sprouts, raw celery, cauliflower, onions and radishes
stimulates the liver and promotes the flow of bile
 
Chlorine
raw white cabbage, spinach, radish, asparagus and cucumbers
great destroyer of poisons
 
Magnesium
apples, potatoes, barley, string beans, blackberries, blueberries, cabbage, celery, chives, coconuts, and watercress
nature’s laxative – lack of – auto-intoxication, constipation stiff joints and cracking joint
 
Manganese
peppermint, endive, and dandelion
 
strong purifier/neutralize body acids
 
Oxygen
dissolver air and in fruits and vegetables​​
When blood passes through the lungs it is purified by oxygen.  It helps to assist in elimination; it hastens elimination and burns up poisons in the body.

THE DON'TS

What foods should you avoid?
 
What foods should I not eat together?
 
What are some of the things that Cook To Live believes you should avoid? 
 

Dont's

White Rice, Flour, and Sugar

Leech the body of impoartant nutrients

 Sugar

Also cuses fermintation that clouds the brain

Alchohol

Dehydrates and kills cells

Nicotine
 
Cheese

Whips your adrenal glands and leaves you tired; it creates an acid blood stream

Should never be introduced to the stomach, it upsets the stomach and excites the nerves to an unnatural state, it is enfeebling to the intellect and creates more mucus than the body can handle.eam

ORGANS OF ELIMINATION and HEALING HERBS

Diseases start in the colon and nutrients in the body are absorbed through the colon, so it is very important to be on top of your colon health before it is too late.

 

The book The Cures for all Cancer by Hulda Clarke confirms my suspicion that cancer is a parasite that lives in the colon and as the body weakens due to abuse, the parasites will invade your weakest organ.

 

Everyone has a weak spot and when these parasites invade the lymphatic system it will result in aids, this is breaking information. We should have a colonic elimination 2 to 3 times a day for best health results.  The traditional once a day is not enough and if we are going once a day or less we are officially constipated.

Lungs

all foods with oxygen, exercise, dance, yoga, deep-breathing, slippery elm, comfrey pennyroyal, black cohosh, blue cohosh, myrrh, and sage are some herbs that are helpful for the lungs

Skin

Dry brush, hydro–therapy, baths, burdock, yellow dock, sassafras, and sarsaparilla

Colon

Senna, cascara sagrada, ginger, chickweed, echinacea, red clover, nettle and hyssop

Senna, cascara sagrada, ginger, chickweed, echinacea, red clover, nettle and hyssop

Liver

Black cohosh, aloes, bloodroot, goldenseal, cascara sagrada, dandelion, celery, elder, black radish, catnip, ginger, and garlic

Kidneys

cayenne, water, aloe, sorrel, black cohosh, parsley, comfrey, goldenseal, carrot, and bloodroot