We know that with each change of seasons comes its share of body disorders- and if you’re careful you only get a cold. Indeed, if you take the trouble to pay attention, you can go through this intermediate stage in full health, full speed ahead for winter! In the fall for example, the most concerned organs are the lungs and the large intestine. For the intestines to work well, it must be ensured that they are as free as possible of bacteria and viruses.
The Cure of Grapes
This is why many naturopaths, including the AMCC in its courses, recommend a grape cure in the fall. Either just take grapes for a whole meal, or all day long. The advantage of a monodiet is that the body quickly gets rid of toxins and vitality takes its place.
It is well known that you do not go into a grape cure with your eyes closed (or any other cure). It takes a minimum of preparation. In this case, we suggest three days of transition to prepare. The first day we eliminate fats such as cheese, meat and fish. On the second day, strong carbohydrates such as cereals, bread and pasta are removed. And finally on the third day, you only eat fruits and vegetables with perhaps a yoghurt. Do not include: dates, bananas or figs and prefer seasonal fruits.
The monodiet can then begin, with a variety of green and red grapes. It is advisable not to mix the grape varieties during the same meal. We can consume about 1 to 2 kg of grapes per day, divided into several meals. It is not forbidden to drink water, of course!
To return to our eating habits, we will redo the reverse transition path in three days too, ending with fat on the third day. Beware of those with insulin-dependent diabetes – this diet is contraindicated.
Other Food Tips for Autumn
It is also recommended to prepare our immune system in the autumn when winter arrives – either with bee products (honey, pollen, royal jelly) or sprouted seeds, vitamin C and B supplements too.
In terms of food such as can be consumed including corn, leeks, celery, celeriac, Jerusalem artichoke, nuts and hazelnuts, cabbage, garlic and onion. Also: mushrooms, spinach, endives, lettuce, turnips, grapes, zucchini, carrots, persimmons, kiwis, whole grains, potatoes, apples, pears, chestnuts, oranges, pineapple, split peas, chickpeas, beans, lentils, dried fruits, skate, quails …
Alessandra Moro-Buronzo, Naturopathy, Editions Alpen / Dr.BessonPh-Gaston, DrBondil A., Dr. Denjean A., Dr. Keros Ph. From the Kousmine International Medical Association; The 5 pillars of health Beyond the method; Editions Jouvence / Rosetta Flochon and Jean-Marie Hertay, Grape Cure Great Autumn Cleansing; BioInfo September 2011 – No. 112
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