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A cure may never be possible for you. And it isn’t because you can’t be cured. What happened in my case took a healthy dose of faith. And most people aren’t at the level required to bring about cure.
It’s funny. We blindly believe other things in life, but when it is something we’ve been told can only be treated through surgery and/or medication, if an alternative way has been found – most shrug it off as impossible.
My thinking is, if you believe in what I’m about to tell you, you can probably be cured of hyperthyroid as well. Nothing is sure in this life, but I’ve found a grain of faith goes a long, long way.
One of my first concepts, and it’s not new, is that the body has to be in the best shape it can be in order to do what it needs to do. We are given a fantastic body. One that can repair itself. My belief is that is why we’re told to take care of it in Scripture. But we don’t. We abuse it in so many ways and still hope it will get us to 100.
So the first matter of business is getting in as good shape as you possibly can. For me, it’s a 5 times a week routine. I take my daughter to school – within walking distance, and keep jogging for about 45 minutes. This is extraordinary cardio. But I don’t stop with jogging.
I was at a conference in January of this year with Dr. Oz. And he says some pretty incredible stuff to a rather large audience on Oprah, so I take notes when he talks. He said that as we age, we must do weight lifting. It’s a must. So I go from jogging, without missing much of a beat, to around 100 situps on my bench. Then I do anything from free weights to my Smith machine (weight lifting on vertical runners.) In all, I get done with it all in an hour and a half.
Within 45 minutes, I’m downing a high protein shake I make up, loaded with fruit, ground flax seed, and other interesting yummy but good for you ingredients. This is real important to feed muscle. And with that shake, I take a fine tuned list of mineral supplements.
I eat raw as much as possible. And gluten free. You probably think it strange, but some meals I eat a ton of veggies…and hummus. Think of why you are eating. In the curing stage you can no longer eat for pleasure. But this stuff tastes great, too. You acquire a taste.
Too many times we’re stuffing our faces and our body is working overtime on food alone with no time to work on healing. Don’t eat after 8 PM; earlier if you can. Go to bed early, too. Get at least 8 hours of sleep if you’re looking to cure something like this. Don’t make the mistake of thinking you don’t need it.
Finally, the key ingredient for me was prayer to God asking for healing, and believing He would do it. Many times we ask but never expect, so we don’t get. But what if you knew you couldn’t fail? How would you pray? That’s where you need to be. In my case, my wife is a prayer warrior. She prays over me for my health and I do as well, and believe I will be healed.
So there you have it. I am sure you have a ton of questions and I’m open to answer what you have. Write me and I’ll reply or leave a comment below. Just ask.
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