What People are Saying:
My dad just completed 21 days on the Lemonade Diet and lost 20 pounds. He went from 185 pounds down to 165. He lost all his arthritic symptoms. Because his feet and knees no longer hurt, he is walking a mile a day. He will be 85 in May.
This all happened after my mom passed away November 30 after a long year of diabetes, congestive heart failure and ultimately kidney failure, gradually worsening. Dad cared for her at home with my brothers and me going home often to help. She was a wonderful sweet lady and is happy with the Lord now. Dad was after her all the time to do cleanses, drink more water, take her vitamins, etc., but she just wasn't game for much of it.
Dad reread Cleansing or Surgery 1-1/2 months ago to recommend the Intestinal Cleanse to a friend. In the process he got excited about the Lemonade Diet, which he had done for 11 days a couple years ago.
A week before he finished this last 21-day lemonade cleanse, he called and said, "This is the best thing I could have done for myself. When Mom died I was so despondent and didn't care whether or not I went on. Now I not only feel great physically, I have a whole new outlook on life. My goal is to live to be 100. I plan to do this cleanse for seven to ten days, three or four times per year like the preacher suggests." He respects you so much.
Thank you, Paul. God bless you, your family, and all.
Cleansing can speed the healing of almost every disease. But even the most thorough cleansing of the body cannot overcome a negative state of mind. If we nurse anger and hold within us deep resentments, we become a target for disease.
Stress, fear, jealousy, worry, and deep resentments can predispose our body to ailments and disease. Stomach ulcers, prostate problems and difficulties with female organs can often be aggravated by negative attitudes.
What if you had an open wound and every time it started to heal over, you broke it open again? It would be impossible for the wound to close over and heal. That is what happens every time you start remembering how others have hurt you or your loved ones. You open up a wound that is trying to heal. As you stew and fret over how you have been wronged, the wound is cut deeper. Yet if you would forgive those who did you wrong, then the matter would be ended and forgotten.
(Combine this with the Lemonade Diet for the most effective cleanse of the heart and arteries.)