Most eye trouble is due to insufficient circulation and
nutritional deficiency in the eyes muscles and the optic nerves.
The optic nerve is one of the most powerful nerves in the
body and uses up to 30% of available glucose (blood sugar).
When blood sugar runs dry, all nerves must rely on glycogen
from the liver; any interruption in glycogen supple due to liver dysfunction is often
reflected in eye trouble.
Chinese physicians always first look to the liver when
treating eye problems; a polluted bloodstream can also cause serious eye problems.
Sunflower seeds: are rich in organic
vitamin A and other vital eye nutrients; Dr. Marsh Morrison has show that 2 oz of raw
sunflower seeds per day, in conjunction with abstention form all animal proteins, clears
up most eye problems within 2 weeks.
Carrot, celery, endive, parsley juice: this blend provides
potent nourishment to the entire optic system, including nerves and muscles; carrots
provide organic vitamin A as carotene, endives are rich in other nutrients with specific
affinity for the eyes; 8 oz/4 oz/3 oz/2 oz, 1-2 pints daily.
Dandelion juice: rich in potassium, calcium, sodium,
magnesium and iron, raw dandelion juice alkalizes the bloodstream and provides a blend of
organic nutrients of specific benefit to the nervous system, of which the optic nerve is
the busiest component; mix half/half with carrot juice, 1-2 pints daily.
Spinach: raw spinach is another good source of organic
vitamin A for the optic system; also builds strong blood due to rich supplies of organic
iron, and this enhances circulation of oxygenated blood to the eyes.
Other beneficial foods: carrots; watercress; apricots;
turnip greens; calves liver.
Foods to avoid: deep fat fried foods; refined sugar and
starch, hot peppers; alcohol; mineral oil (laxative).
Chronic fatigue is an indication that the body's
batteries have run down and resistance is lowered, and thus serves as a warning
that disease might strike at any time; it is primarily due to a critical
deficiency of active enzymes in the diet and an overabundance of 'dead'
processed, over cooked foods, in incompatible combinations; such diets, typical
of modern times, literally starve cells of nutrition and energy and permit
toxic wastes to accumulate in the tissues; consequently, the body is unable to
generate and direct energy for work or play: all available energy must be used
just to keep the body alive.
nature's most potent source of organic pyridoxine (vitamin B6), which is
essential for all nervous functions and plays a key role in utilizing amino
acids derived from consumed proteins; since all vital functions are controlled
by the nervous system, pecans provide the element required by nerves to
transform nutritional 'essence' to functional energy and regulate the body;
10-15 raw pecans, or 20-30 pecan halves daily is a therapeutic dose.
cucumber juice: this blend provides a potent boost of active enzymes and
organic nutrients to the bloodstream, while also alkalizing and cleansing the
kidneys, which in turn improves blood quality and helps relieve fatigue; 10
oz/3 oz/3 oz, 1-2 pints daily.
raw carrot juice is perhaps the best overall therapeutic food in the
world; it alkalizes, cleanses, nourishes and stimulates almost every system in
the body; as such, it is an effective antidote for the nervous exhaustion
caused by diets deficient in vital raw foods; 2-3 pints daily.
Raw egg yolk:
a potent source of organic lecithin, which is a major component in brain and
nerve tissue; also stimulates sluggish adrenal glands, which alleviates
fatigue; 2 yolks daily, blended into carrot juice.
foods: raw spinach; active yeast (in warm water, on empty stomach);
molasses; wheat germ; soy beans; lecithin.
Foods to avoid:
denatured, processed, preserved, canned and cooked foods should compose less
than 50 per cent of daily diet in order to cure and prevent chronic fatigue due
to nutritional deficiency.
Source: Daniel Reid.
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