Get Well, Stay Well: Healthy Living Transformation

Found yourself at the doctor's office again picking up some more antibiotics? That's not necessary with your already amazing immune system!

Our bodies are made so intrinsically complex that one must wonder how everything works and fits together.  

"Your body is a self-healing organism." says, Dr.Lissa Rankin, M.D. in her blog:  Mind Over Medicine: How to Help Your Body Heal Itself

Unfortunately, when we take antibiotics, we don't allow our immune systems to do the work that it was created to do - HEAL.

The natural bacteria in our body and in our foods actually work together. They almost communicate with each other to build our immune systems back up.  They also recognize when there is a repeat of pathogens or chemicals coming through.  This helps to explain why taking the same antibiotic that you've taken before, won't work again.

Furthermore, antibiotics destroy our healthy bacteria that we actually need to fight infections and common ailments. (Check out my Youtube video on Fermented Foods !)

There are actually foods, spices, herbs and other organisms on our planet that are there for us to utilize rather than abuse.

The next time you feel a cold symptom coming on, head to your local vitamin or health food store, rather than your doctor's office.  (Please consult your physician if symptoms worsen and *read disclaimer on my 'about' page)

Below is a list of a few wonderfully healthy foods that you might want to consider implementing into your diet before taking any over-the-counter or prescription medications.

Garlic - antiviral, antifungal

Fresh Pressed Organic Juice or Juicing  - readily available nutrients which spikes your immune system and heals your body with high doses of naturally containing vitamins and minerals

Apple Cider Vinegar - used for decades as a whole body tonic

Spices & Herbs - (Turmeric, Ginger, Oregano, Clove, Cinnamon, Cayenne, Nettles, Black Pepper...) So load up your soup with one or more of these spices!!

Wild Oregano Oil - strong yet natural virus fighter

Olive Leaf Extract - strong immune booster even for Herpes 

Manuka or Raw Local Honey - loaded with immune boosting nutrients including amino acids, vitamins, minerals.  It is very soothing for the throat and treats infection.

Licorice Root, Slippery Elm and Marshmallow Root - also very soothing for the throat and helps with excessive coughing

Grapefruit Seed Extract - antiviral, antifungal, antiparasitic

Medicinal Mushrooms (Click link for more info.)

Elderberry Syrup - used for many years to prevent colds and viruses

Colloidal Silver - diluted trace mineral that acts as an antibiotic, consult your health store consultant for dosing

Pink Himalayan Sea Salt - gargle with an 1/8 of a tsp in water, contains trace minerals and also kills bacteria in the throat

Coconut oil - contains Lauric acid which converts to Monolaurin in our bodies - a fatty acid which kills bacteria

Pumpkin seeds - contains Zinc which helps keep immune system balanced especially if taken at the very beginning of a cold

Citrus fruits including kiwi - rich in Vitamin C and potassium

Berries - rich in antioxidants

Mineral water and or Coconut water - contains minerals including potassium which will replenish your body if you've had diarrhea or vomiting

Sweet potatoes, Carrots & Kale - great source of Vitamin A,  another immune boosting vitamin

As you enjoy these wonderful foods, it's also very important to visualize your body as a whole system working together in harmony and balance (this is known as homeostasis ).

I found for myself that listening to 432 hz music  is very healing.  The frequency is found to attune to our own bodies' healing vibration.

Three years ago, when I was sick with the flu, I listened to this Mozart healing music on YouTube  while drinking homemade sweet potato soup loaded with ginger, garlic, black pepper and cayenne.

Now you think I'm weird...that's really does help!  So, let me know what you think.

Please add your favorite healing foods in the comment section below and feel free to private message me on Facebook .

Be well and stay well!

Cynthia Moon