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Avoiding Appendectomy Surgery

October 22, 2019

This is my story. 

 

About a year and a half ago I started having symptoms for appendicitis. I've known many people who had appendicitis, so I'm now aware of the symptoms and how to check for it. Which is why I knew I needed to do something about it, as well as seek medical attention. 

See the video below to hear the whole story. Typically, when a person is diagnosed with appendicitis, it is inevitable that they will need appendectomy surgery (removal of the appendix). It's basically unheard of for patients not to have the appendix removed once they are diagnosed with appendicits. But for me, I was one of the unheard of patients.

 

Check out the video for my full testimony. Be sure to watch it all because it is truly amazing how food and pray can work to heal the body. 

 

 

 

I'm telling this as my testimony. I'm not telling people to drink this juice and eat the rice and skip the doctor. My point is to show how food and prayer work. It's important we fill our bodies with healing foods, but it's also important to know what foods help with what. 

 

If you are experiencing symptoms of appendicits, be sure to see a doctor. 

 

 

Juice Recipe:

2 beets

1 cucumber

1 inch ginger, fresh

2 apples

2 lemons

 

Cut and peel accordingly. Place all in your juicer and juice. Drink and enjoy! 


 

Rice Recipe:

1 cup cooked white rice

1 bulb of garlic, minced

2 Tbsp turmeric

 

When preparing rice add the garlic and turmeric before rice is finished cooking. 

 

Benefits of Foods:

Besides being foods great for anti-inflammotry, these foods have many other health benefits as well.

 

Beets:

Help to lower blood pressure, boost stamina, fight inflammation, anticarcinogenic, and they contain detoxifying support. 

 

Cucumber:

Helps to moisturize the skin, depurative, and helps in weight loss.

 

Ginger:

Helps to relieve digestive problems like nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness, and pain. Increasing intake of ginger has been linked to decreasing the risk of diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and overall mortality. It helps promote a healthy complexion and hair.

 

Lemon:

Helps to increase secretion of gastric juices and aids in digestion. It helps to improve the absorption of non-heme iron (iron not from meat). It detoxifies, acts as an anticarcinogen, and combats infection. 

 

Apple:

Reduces cholesterol, and combats ateriosclerosis, and helps protect the intestine. It cures both diarhea and constipation. 

 

Garlic:

They are antibiotic, helps to increase blood fluidity, lowers cholesterol, and are anticarcinogenic. 

 

Turmeric:

Anti-inflammatory, helps with flatulence, menstraul difficulties, jaundice, bloody urine, chest pain and colic. 

 

 

For those interested in how I learned about foods and their healing power, contact me, I have some of the books and will offer them at a special price when you mentioned you saw the Surgery Saving Video. Click on the "Contact" tab or click here for my contact page.

Write me and let me know you're interested in the books, and I'll let you know more about them. 

 

 

 

 

 

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