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5 Foods that Self-Heal

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foodsRead below Dr. Fabrizio Mancini's 5 foods that self heal! He has outlined all the foods you need that will allow you to move into self-healing! “By making decisions to alter our diet or make more healthful choices, we have greater potential for self- healing.” Dr. Fabrizio Mancini Something amazing happens when you begin to eat healing foods and give your body a break from junk foods, bad fats, refined flour, and sugar. Your body may shed up to ten pounds of excess water weight, and your energy soars. You get your digestion working properly again, stop feeling so bloated and congested, and maximize your self-healing potential. The scientific research is loaded with proof of how proper nutrition can heal. There are thousands of studies, for example, showing that a diet heavy in fruits and vegetables protects against heart disease and cancer. Maybe we really don’t need to throw so many pills and drugs at a disease, just more fruits and vegetables! All whole foods are self-healing, but I’ve zeroed in on 5 foods that have special powers. I’ve compiled this list after consulting nutrition experts and reading hundreds of studies. I call these foods the strengtheners. All of them fight disease, promote a strong immune system, and provide nutrients you need to feel great. Try to include as many as possible in your diet. Simply put, when you eat well, you feel well. Add these to your daily diet: 1) Apples- They are high in fiber for a healthy digestive system. They also reduce the risk of stroke and chances of dying of a heart attack. 2) Artichokes- They protect the liver against toxic build-up. They also reduce levels of LDL (“bad”) cholesterol, because they are rich in antioxidant. 3) Avocados- They are loaded with the powerful antioxidants which helps the body get rid of cancer-causing substances 
 They also help reduce total cholesterol. 4) Beets- They are loaded with folic acid, an important B vitamin that protects against heart disease and cancer. It also appears to help prevent the formation of LDL cholesterol. 5) Blueberries- They help your brain produce dopamine, a neurotransmitter involved in memory, coordination, and feelings of well- being. They also may prevent the growth of breast cancer cells. Dr. Fabrizio Mancini Health and Wellness Expert, World renown Chiropractor, Bestselling author, International Speaker and President Emeritus of Parker University. WEB: http://drfabmancini.com For more tips from the International bestseller, The Power of Self-Healing (Hay House) go to: http://goo.gl/K06pG

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