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Since Hepatitis C is a long term disease you may cleanse your diet many times, whenever you “feel” your liver being dragged down by the disease and will use many different procedures to fight it.
Of course any time you need to give your liver a rest the Master Cleanser Diet is the supreme diet to help your liver rest and keep the Hepatitis C under control, especially if your liver is “aching” or if your liver is feeling “separate” from the rest of your body. When this “separate” feeling occurs, it’s because the liver’s vibrational level no longer matches the rest of your body, so you actually “feel” it as a separate entity.
You really must be aware of how your liver is responding to any changes in your diet. Sometimes your liver is very fragile, and may require the Master Cleanser Diet to bring it under control. The Master Cleanser Diet is so strong because it is purely organic liquid and so the liver doesn’t have to digest solid food. You can do the Master Cleanser Diet anytime that you feel your liver as separate from your body. You can do it for anywhere from 3 days to 40 days, depending on how badly you are feeling.
Sometimes the liver may be strong enough to have other detoxification procedures that don’t require a liquid solution. There are some foods that help fight Hepatitis C while detoxifying and strengthening your liver. There is a fine line between liver detox and liver toxicity.
If you’ve completed a round of the Master Cleanser Diet, you will probably want to alkalize your body to bring it back into as much of a balance as you can. Below is a diet that will help you accomplish this task (from Healthy Healing, An Alternative Healing Reference, Ninth Edition, by Linda G. Rector-Page, N.D., Ph.D):
1. In the morning upon rising, take an 8 oz. glass of water with a tablespoon or two of lemon juice and honey. That’s about one half fresh lemon squeezed into purified water and a tablespoon of locally grown honey.
2. For breakfast mix 2 tablespoons each of brewer’s yeast, lecithin, and high omega 3flax oil. Take 2 teaspoons each morning in prune, organic apple or cranberry juice. Then have some fresh fruits such as grapefruit or pineapple, and/or a whole grain cereal or muesli with apple juice or fruit yogurt on top.
3. Mid-morning have a cup of Miso soup with 2 tablespoons of sea vegies snipped on top.
4. For lunch have a large fresh green salad with lemon/olive oil dressing, a glass of fresh carrot juice, and some whole grain crackers with a yogurt, kefir or soy spread. Or have some marinated, baked tofu with brown rice or millet, and a small spinach/sprout salad with a light olive oil dressing.
5. Mid-afternoon have a cup of Miso soup or a cup of alkalizing herb tea such as chamomile, dandelion root, or Pau de Arco and/or a hard-boiled egg and a cup of yogurt.
6. For dinner, have a baked potato with kefir cheese or soy cheese dressing, and a large dinner with mayonnaise dressing. Or a light vegetable steam/stir fry with vegetables, seafood or tofu; Or some steamed vegies with a light Italian or tofu dressing, and brown rice, millet or bulgar; Or a vegetable soufflé or casserole with a light noodle broth.
7. Before bed have an herb tea such as dandelion root or chamomile. Or have a glass of apple juice or prune juice.
Drink 6 – 8 glasses of purified water every day. Take small meals more frequently all during the day, rather than any large meals.
Here’s to your success!