"Cosmetics do not beautify. They can enhance and create illusion, but to beautify and reduce aging, you must dine well!"
Take daily responsibility for your health before you get sick.
Distinguish between the clean and unclean and make sound choices, and do you best to adhere to the Maker’s Diet.
Eliminate or reduce soft drinks, white flour foods, unclean meats, and processed meats.
Keep your colon clean!
Women particularly should reduce the consumption of chicken and commercial tea.
Keep your environment clean (home, yard, car, office).
Take the time to de-stress.
Participate in recycling efforts in your city.
Increase your consumption of plants (herbs, grasses, spices, grains, vegetables, fruits, beans).
Increase your consumption of pure water (if using tap water, boil it first); try to drink 5-8 glasses of water per day.
Use all-natural products for home, body, baby, pet, whenever possible.
Take whole food supplements.
Diseases that can be reversible are diabetes, most high blood pressure conditions, arthritis, gout, obesity, some heart diseases, some lung diseases. But you must make modifications to your lifestyle.
See you doctor(s) and dentist annually, when necessary, or instructed.
Handle food properly.
An Experiment: Italian physician Francesco Redi provided early evidence against spontaneous generation. He devised an experiment in 1668 where he used three jars. He placed a meat loaf in each of the three jars. He had one of the jars open, another one tightly sealed, and the last one covered with gauze. After a few days, he observed that the meat loaf in the open jar was covered by maggots, and the jar covered with gauze had maggots on the surface of the gauze. However, the tightly sealed jar had no maggots inside or outside it. He also noticed that the maggots were only found on surfaces that were accessible by flies.
Therefore, avoid cross contamination, improper refrigeration, improper preparation, and improper storage.
Constantly look for ways to add herbs and spices to your food, especially garlic.
Exercise—get some form of exercise at least 4 times per week for 30-60 minutes; stretch daily.
Wash your hands often!
Be sure to work in conjunction with your doctor or health practitioner.