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20+ Healing Foods & What They Do

  • Ann
  • November 8th, 2019

A few months ago, I came across a book that I wish everyone to read, Medical Medium by Anthony William. This book has influenced my style of coaching and is a game changer when it comes to healing with healing foods and/or supplements.

Truthfully, after studying nutrition for more than 10 years, this book has provided me with more insight to treating chronic diseases, mystery illnesses, SIBO, gut health, and even the common cold than college and my internship provided for me.

Wait – did I mention it finally makes sense of the entire autoimmune disease spectrum. OMG- finally someone who can provide us with true insight on exactly what it is, why it happens, and how to treat it.

I’ve already applied the teachings from his books into my own healing journey. I first was eager to “test” out his recommendations on myself to determine if I felt any better.

Within a week, it relieved my chronic struggle to have a flow-full bowel movement. Let’s just say, for years, I’ve struggled with having a BM daily. It took effort to “feel” the urge and then some passing time to actually pass a successful BM. I know, all too much TMI. BUT my point was to inform you, with his dietary recommendations, within days, I was already noticing slight improvements. By the end of the week I was like, Wow! After continuing on for a month, I feel great, have more energy for sure, sleep deeper and better and I even lost inches.

I then began applying what I already knew combined with his teachings into my practice. My clients have responded with so much positive feedback.

I read the second book he published in 2017, The Liver Rescue and I did the Liver Reset Detox. The week I started, I immediately started losing weight, felt better, and it cleared up my constipation issues.

These books have influenced me to share some of the most important healing foods that he listed in his books and that I adopted into my life.

These foods are nothing “special” in the sense that they’re not rare, hard to find, or one’s you’ve never heard of.

This list of healing foods and benefits are take from Anthony William’s book, The Liver Rescue and Medical Medium.

If you are searching for a healing diet or treatment approach for your chronic disease or autoimmune condition, then you must pick up a copy of both these books.

You can also check out his website for suggested supplements, recipes, books, and health articles related to various chronic diseases and treatment by clicking here.

If you would rather get straight to healing and not wait another moment, I can help! By working together, I will buy you the book and provide you with a $50 credit for supplements.

Book your call today and let’s get started!

Here are a few healing foods listed below.

Apples – Provide living water to support liver with hydration.  It stores water from the apples and then release it when “dirty blood syndrome” occurs (blood filled with toxic waste).  Apples starve out bacteria, yeast, molds, and other funguses. 

Asparagus-one of the most important liver-healing foods, brings order to a chaotic liver by strengthening the liver’s immune system. 

Bananas – fructose in the fruit in the liver’s favorite source of food. It provides a quick fuel to the liver and wakes up “sleepy” cells. Soothes the lining of the intestinal tract and also soothes the nerves attached to the intestinal tract. A great food to combine with supplements because it improves the liver’s ability to absorb those nutrients. 

Broccoli – Rich in sulfur compounds which act as harmful gas to unfriendly bacteria and other microorganisms inside the intestinal tract and also travel straight to the liver, where they saturate liver tissue allowing the liver’s immune system to have a fighting chance at controlling pathogens. 

Carrots – a quick liver refueling source of glucose with minerals and vitamins. 

Celery – beneficial for gallbladder, liver, intestinal lining, kidneys, and disperses fat cells in the liver. 

Cherries – flushes poisons, toxic waste out from the small intestines and colon; prevents toxins from being reabsorbed back into the liver. 

Cilantro – binds to heavy toxic metals, neurotoxins, and dermatoxins and expels them safely from our bodies.  It’s a great liver cleanse and liver building herb.

Cranberries – prevents oxidation in your cells, prevents cells from dying. Strips the cell membranes of pathogens, especially bacteria.  Vitamin C in cranberries, is also similar to the rare vitamin C in tomatoes in that it increases the liver’s immune system. 

Cucumbers – hydrates you liver. Liver is always in need of living water that’s filled with minerals and nutrients. 

Dates – Dates expel and eliminate mucus, especially that produced by pathogens and bacteria and fungus from the colon.   The sugar in dates feeds the liver. Excellent source of glucose recovery. 

Figs – don’t require a lot of HCl acid and bile to break down so it gives the liver a break.  At the same time they bind to toxic waste and pathogens in their way in the intestinal tract. 

Garlic – a pathogens worst nightmare, destroys pathogens in the liver.

Kale – starves unfriendly bacteria and microorganisms while feeding beneficial bacteria. 

Leafy Greens – cleanses your liver and sweeps your intestinal tract.

Lemons/limes- Improves HCl acid and bile production in your liver. Also breaks down pathogens, bacteria, mold and yeast, and fungus to help protect you liver’s immune system. 

Mangoes – destroys bacteria in the liver and cools and calms an inflamed liver due to toxic environment. 

Maple Syrup – the combination of minerals and sugar content quickly travels to the liver and becomes instant fuel of phytonutrient composition. 

Parsley – dislodge poisons and catapult them out of your liver 

Papayas – soothes the intestinal lining of the gut, allowing inflammation to reduce.  This improves the absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream. 

Peaches – the skin of peaches has a quality that’s sticky to toxins and poisons inside the intestinal tract. 

Pears – a calming, soothing, gently cleansing fruit that’s incredible for an agitated, inflamed, stagnant sluggish, overburdened, or fatty livers. 

Pineapples – acts as a degreasing agent to clean up and drive out sticky, mucus-y debris, gunk and byproducts that can buildup in the liver. 

Pitaya (dragon fruit) – Regeneration of liver cells and prevents your liver from aging and breaking down, It’s a fountain of youth fruit for the liver that slows down and stops the liver from aging. 

Potatoes – abundant in amino acids that specifically inhibit viral growth. A fuel source for your liver. 

Pomegranates – excellent for cleansing the passageways of blood vessels and promoting better flow through the veins of the liver. 

Raw Honey – a powerful antimicrobial agent, antifungal, antiviral.

Red Cabbage- minimizes pathogens in the intestinal tract, expels ammonia gas from the body, knocks down fungus. 

Sweet Potatoes – an important glucose and glycogen storage food for the liver.

Turmeric – purges a host different troublemakers, even from deep pockets within the liver core.

Wild Blueberries – contains dozens of antioxidants, it’s a powerful food as mother’s milk is to an infant. Wild blueberries grab hold of toxins, toxic waste and other troublemakers and excrete it from the liver in a way other foods cannot.