Having the knowledge of our body’s ability to heal, we support that process by providing the power of the sun through the work of plants, in a liquid form that cancer absolutely cannot tolerate. We call it Liquid Sunshine. Many may know it by the term “Juicing” or “Green Juice.”
The main ingredients in our Liquid Sunshine provide nutrient dense “tools” that the human body recognizes and can use to heal damaged cells, remove toxic build up, and revitalize the body.
We have chosen specific fruits and vegetables that support the specific imbalances in the body that lead to cancer cell overgrowth.
We use two Cucumbers because they are rich in potassium, which is the primary electrolyte inside our cells. Cucumbers help control fluid balance within and outside our cells. Potassium works in sodium-potassium pumps in cell walls which control intake of nutrients and excretion of cellular metabolic wastes. This is a critical process for those suffering the imbalance that leads to cancer cell overgrowth. Toxins must be removed as fast as possible so that homeostasis can once again be regained and health will then return no matter what your condition. Potassium is also critical in transmitting electrical energy throughout our nervous system.
We use ten stalks of Celery because it is a wonderful source of organic sodium that our body can use effectively. Sodium is the primary electrolyte outside our cells. In America, we have been scared into not using salt. If we choose salt that has not been filtered, bleached, and processed which leaches out every other mineral except sodium chloride then we are making the right choice. Some examples are Celtic salt, Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt, and Hawaiian Black Salt. Sodium also works with potassium in the pumps which control the flow of nutrients in and wastes out of our cells, as well as, in transmitting electrical energy throughout our nervous system and helping to maintain blood pressure. If we do not have optimal electrical energy running through our system, our body cannot receive the signals with the information it needs to know to ensure homeostasis is maintained and everything is running right.
We use one bunch of Kale because it is at the top of the nutrient table in the majority of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, etc. It is one of the most nutritious foods available and is rich in chlorophyll, the blood of plants which enhances oxygenation of the body. Chlorophyll is almost identical to hemoglobin which is the oxygen carrying molecule in our blood.
The difference is that chlorophyll contains magnesium whereas hemoglobin contains iron. Chlorophyll carries carbon dioxide while blood carries oxygen. This is also evidence of our symbiotic relationship with plant life. We breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide while plant breath in carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen.
Plants are the lungs of the earth! Nature came up with a very energy efficient process enabling the body to use the red blood cells to carry oxygen while the chlorophyll cell carries magnesium. Having the ability to release and use free magnesium for other activities is extremely health benefiting. Magnesium is the master molecule of the human body and is needed in over 300 different processes the body performs daily! Typically enzymes are considered the spark of life, the catalyst that makes the engine go but without minerals, these little catalyst can’t be a catalyst. Iron is taken from dietary sources and the body’s internal pools as red blood cells break down and are replaced. The sources of iron are important because our body cannot convert iron shavings into anything usable. There are commercial cereals that actually use iron shavings and say that its fortified with iron. Our body does not recognize this form of iron and thus will become deficient if this is the only source. Kale is rich in iron and critically needed to supply the right form of iron for our bodies. Chlorophyll is a valuable blood purifier and healer as well.
Kale is rich in magnesium which supports our nervous system and is the control switch behind the sodium potassium pumps in our cell walls. Kale is also rich in the B vitamins which support the nervous system and are very involved in energy production. Magnesium is also vital for the absorption of calcium into our bones and Kale conveniently supplies the needed calcium as well as Vitamin C.
A not so well known benefit of eating Kale is the amazing protein content. Kale contains over 40% protein by dry weight! Remember ALL greens and other vegetables and leafy greens are good sources of protein our body CAN USE. To learn more about the best sources of protein for the human body, please read the article by Dr Lodi on our website called America’s Mantra: Protein.
We use one bunch of Dandelion Greens because dandelions are a natural potassium diuretic that helps to flush water retention without stripping potassium from the body. Dandelion greens also stimulate the kidneys to release toxins from the body more quickly. Dandelion greens provide a net gain of potassium which is very important and valuable. The mannitol that Dandelion roots and leaves produce in the spring are helpful in treatment of hypertension and weakened hearts. Dandelion is also chlorophyll rich, is mildly detoxifying to the liver, and improves the functioning of the liver and gallbladder. Gently helping the liver to detoxify is very important when dealing with imbalances that have led to cancer cell overgrowth.
We use a handful of Collard Greens which is another chlorophyll and nutrient rich greens. All greens contain chlorophyll with darker greens containing more. Chlorophyll is the most effective for enhancing oxygen transport around the body. The darker green the better! Collards contain plenty of magnesium, iron, vitamin C. They are rich in vitamin A which is important for integrity of DNA replication in skin type tissues. Collards are a good source of vitamin K which helps control blood clotting and it is also a good protein source.
We use a few stalks of Parsley which is high in iron, contains 3 times as much vitamin C as an orange, and is rich in calcium and magnesium. Vitamin C increases the absorption of iron from vegetable sources up to fourfold and calcium and magnesium work together in muscle contraction and relaxation.
We use a small knob of Ginger which is a wonderful circulatory stimulant that enhances the delivery of all nutrients to the cells through the bloodstream. Ginger contains anti-inflammatory properties so it helps reduce inflammation all over the body and possesses “anti platelet” activity, which helps thin blood and reduces the risk of clotting.
We use one lemon, a wonderful source of vitamin C. Vitamin C is important for immunity and tissue integrity as is involved in collagen formation. The pith is rich in bioflavonoids which enhance the absorption and activity of vitamin C. The organic acids in lemons cause the body to alkalinize which in turn allows the body to release toxins from the lymphatic tissues, dissolves plastic residues built up in tissues, and creates an environment unfriendly to pathogens as well as cancer cells. Lemons are also rich in many B vitamins, are a great source of potassium and calcium, and add an enjoyable tangy taste to our juice recipe.
We use two Green Apples for wonderful flavoring. Apples are a good source of vitamin C which is a necessary nutrient needed to turn the cancer overgrowth tide around. Sometimes we use six Pears instead of the green apples. Pears are also a good source of vitamin C and like apples contain pectin, a fruit fiber which slows the absorption of sugars. In spite of tasting sweeter pears often have a lower glycemic index than even green apples. It is important to keep sweets/sugars as low glycemic as possible as this is the primary energy source for cancer cells. Cancer cells can only make 2 energy packets (ATP) per molecule of glucose while healthy cells make 38 APT per molecule of glucose. The cancer cells will gobble up all the glucose they can to get their fill leaving the rest of the healthy cells very little to work with.
Sometimes we include some Tomato and Basil. Tomatoes are a good source of vitamins A, C and E. Vitamin E is a fat soluble antioxidant which helps protect cell membranes from free radical damage. Tomatoes also contain lycopene, which is another valuable antioxidant shown to be effective in cardiovascular health and protective against many chronic illnesses. Basil is a good source of protein, vitamins E, C and the B Complex Vitamins and is a good source of calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium and zinc. Zinc is important for our immune, reproductive, and many of the body’s enzyme systems. Zinc will actually render pathogens unable to reproduce thus shortening their negative effects on our body.
With this wonderful formula, you can provide your body what it needs to heal in combination with specific cleansing and detoxification protocols that will allow your body to focus its energy to clear toxic build up, repair damage, and regenerate healthy tissue. The more you offer your body these tools, the healthier you will become, the more “dis-ease” resistant you will become, and you will have the knowledge of the power of following natural laws. Remember there is no “cure” out there. The “cure” lies within, within your body. You have the power!!
Dr. Thomas Lodi combines the best alternative therapies with the best conventional ones. Here he talks about his methods and shares health information that is essential reading – whether you have a cancer diagnosis or want to learn more.