Eating Fruit on Empty Stomach

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*Eating Fruit on Empty Stomach*

This will open your eyes ! Read to the end and then send it on to all on your e-list. I just did !

Dr Stephen Mak treats terminal ill cancer patients by an “un-orthodox” way and many patients recovered.

Before he used solar energy to clear the illnesses of his patients, he believes on natural healing in the body against illnesses. See his article below.

It is one of the strategies to heal cancer. As of late, my success rate in curing cancer is about 80%.

Cancer patients shouldn’t die. The cure for cancer is already found – *its in the way we eat fruits.*

It is whether you believe it or not.

I am sorry for the hundreds of cancer patients who die under the conventional treatments.

*EATING FRUIT*

We all think eating fruits means just buying fruits, cutting it and just popping it into our mouths.

It’s not as easy as you think. It’s important to know how and *when* to eat the fruits.

What is the correct way of eating fruits?

*IT MEANS NOT EATING FRUITS AFTER YOUR MEALS!*

*FRUITS SHOULD BE EATEN ON AN EMPTY STOMACH*

If you eat fruits on empty stomach, it will play a major role to detoxify your system, supplying you with a great deal of energy for weight loss and other life activities.

_FRUIT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT FOOD._

Let’s say you eat two slices of bread and then a slice of fruit.

The slice of fruit is ready to go straight through the stomach into the intestines, but it is prevented from doing so due to the bread taken before the fruit.

In the meantime the whole meal of bread & fruit rots and ferments and turns to acid.

The minute the fruit comes into contact with the food in the stomach and digestive juices, the entire mass of food begins to spoil.

So please eat your fruits on an *empty stomach* *or before your meals !*

You have heard people complaining :

Every time I eat watermelon I burp, when I eat durian my stomach bloats up, when I eat a banana I feel like running to the toilet, etc.. etc..

Actually all this will not arise if you eat the fruit on _an empty stomach._

The fruit mixes with the putrefying of other food and produces gas and hence you will bloat !

Greying hair, balding, nervous outburst and dark circles under the eyes all these will *NOT* *happen if you take fruits on an empty stomach.*

There is no such thing as some fruits, like orange and lemon are acidic, because all fruits become alkaline in our body, according to Dr. Herbert Shelton who did research on this matter.

If you have mastered the correct way of eating fruits, you have the *SECRET of beauty, longevity, health, energy, happiness and normal weight.*

When you need to drink fruit juice – *drink only fresh fruit juice,* NOT from the cans, packs or bottles.

Don’t even drink juice that has been heated up.

Don’t eat cooked fruits because you don’t get the nutrients at all.

You only get its taste.
Cooking destroys all the vitamins.

But eating a whole fruit is better than drinking the juice.

If you should drink the fresh fruit juice, drink it mouthful by mouthful slowly, because you must let it mix with your saliva before swallowing it.

You can go on a 3-day fruit fast to cleanse or detoxify your body.

Just eat fruits and drink fresh fruit juice throughout the 3 days.

And you will be surprised when your friends tell you how radiant you look !

*KIWI fruit:*
Tiny but mighty.
This is a good source of potassium, magnesium, vitamin E & fiber. Its vitamin C content is twice that of an orange.

*APPLE:*
An apple a day keeps the doctor away?
Although an apple has a low vitamin C content, it has antioxidants & flavonoids which enhances the activity of vitamin C thereby _helping to lower the risks of colon cancer, heart attack & stroke._

*STRAWBERRY:*
Protective Fruit.
Strawberries have the highest total antioxidant power among major fruits & protect the body from cancer-causing, blood vessel-clogging and free radicals.

*ORANGE ๐Ÿ˜—
Sweetest medicine.
Taking 2-4 oranges a day may _help keep colds away, lower cholesterol, prevent & dissolve kidney stones as well as lessens the risk of colon cancer._

*WATERMELON:*
Coolest thirst quencher. Composed of 92% water, it is also packed with a giant dose of glutathione, which _helps boost our immune system._

They are also *a key source of lycopene the cancer fighting oxidant.*
Other nutrients found in watermelon are vitamin C & Potassium.

*GUAVA & PAPAYA:*
Top awards for vitamin C. They are the clear winners for their high vitamin C content.

Guava is also rich in fiber, which _helps prevent constipation._

Papaya is rich in carotene; this is _good for your eyes._

*Drinking COLD water or drinks after a meal = CANCER*

Can you believe this ?

For those who like to drink cold water or cold drinks, this article is applicable to you.

It is nice to have a cup of cold water or cold drinks after a meal.

*However, the cold water or drinks will solidify the oily stuff that you have just eaten.*

*It will slow down the digestion.*

*Once this ‘sludge’ reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine faster than the solid food.*

*It will line the intestine.*

*Very soon, this will turn into FATS and lead to CANCER !*

_*It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.*_

Let’s be careful and be aware. The more we know the better chance we could survive.

A cardiologist says:
if everyone who gets this mail sends it to 10 people, you can be sure that we’ll save at least one life.

So lets do it ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ“๐ŸŠ๐Ÿ‰๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ๐ŸŽ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’๐ŸŒ

MEDICAL ALERTNESS–PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, IT’S VERY IMPORTANT AND CAN SAVE SOMEONE’S LIFE BY PROPER USE OF WARM WATER

*MEDICAL ALERTNESS *
PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, IT’S VERY IMPORTANT AND CAN SAVE SOMEONE’S LIFE.

A group of Japanese Doctors confirmed that warm water is 100% effective in resolving some health problems. Such as:
1 Migraine
2 High blood pressure
3 Low blood pressure
4 Pain of joints
5 Sudden increase and decrease of heartbeat
6 Epilepsy
7 Increasing level of cholesterol
8 Cough
9 Bodily discomfort
10 Golu pain
11 Asthma
12 Hooping cough
13 Blockage of veins
14 Disease related to Uterus & Urine
15 Stomach problems
16 Poor appetite
17 Also all diseases related to the eyes, ear & throat.
18 Headache

HOW TO USE WARM WATER
Get up early in the morning and drink approximately 4 glasses of warm water when the stomach is empty. You may not be able to make 4 glasses at the beginning but slowly you will.

NOTE: DO not eat anything 45mins after taking the water.

The warm water therapy will resolve the health problems within reasonable period such as:
โœ” Diabetes in 30 days

โœ” Blood pressure in 30 days

โœ” Stomach problems in 10 days

โœ” All types of Cancer in 9 months

โœ” Blockage of veins in 6 months

โœ” Poor appetite in 10 days

โœ” Uterus and related diseases in 10 days

โœ” Nose, Ear, and Throat problems in 10 days

โœ” Women problems in 15 days

โœ” Heart diseases in 30 days
โœ” Headache/migraine in 3 days

โœ” Cholesterol in 4 months

โœ” Epilepsy and paralysis continuously in 9 months

โœ” Asthma in 4 months

COLD WATER IS BAD FOR YOU
If cold water does not affect you at young age, it will harm you at old age.
* Cold water closes 4 veins of the heart and causes heart attack. Cold drinks are main reason for heart attack.

* It also creates problems in the liver. It makes fat stuck with liver. Most people waiting for liver transplant are victims of cold water drinking.

* Cold water affect internal walls of the stomach. It affects the large intestine and results in Cancer.

I’m a teacher…………..

*I’m a teacher…………..*

Behind that doctor,
It’s me, a teacher………..

Behind that economist,
It’s me, a teacher……….

Above those astronomers,
It’s me, a teacher…………..

I carry the light even though they mostly make jokes of me………..

But I am a teacher……..

I don’t qualify for a bungalow or a villa nor earn enough to buy an expensive house or a car………….like corrupt officers and corrupt politicians.

But yes, i am a teacher………..

Some think or even say that I have too many holidays, never knowing that I spend those holidays either correcting papers or planning what and how I’m going to teach when I go back to school/college/Institution……..

Because i am a teacher..,

Sometimes i get confused and even get stressed by the ever-changing policies over what and how I have to teach…….

Despite all that, I am a teacher and I love to teach and I’m teaching………….

On pay-days I don’t laugh as corrupt officers and others do, but by the next day I love to come with a smile to those that I teach………..
Because I m a teacher….

The main source of my satisfaction is when I see THEM growing, succeeding, having all those assets, bravely facing the world and its challenges,

and I say yes I’ve taught in spite of living in a world opened by Google..

Because I am a teacher….
Yes I am a teacher……..

It doesn’t matter how they look at me,

It doesn’t matter how much more they earn than I DO.

It doesn’t matter that they drive while I walk
because all what they have is through me,

A teacher…

Whether they acknowledge me or not……

*I I AM A TEACHER*…………….

Dedicated to all the amazing teachers ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Happy Teachers Day!

A heartfelt thank you to all the teachers who spend their time, energy, and love to care to educate our children. Happy Teachers Day!

Teacherโ€™s Day is celebrated on September 5, 2017, in India. This date marks the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was born on September 5, 1888. Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was the second president of India and people all over the country remember his great contributions to the country. The renowned scholar had asked people to celebrate his birthday as Teacherโ€™s Day and the first Teacherโ€™s day was celebrated on September 5, 1962.

Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was the first vice-president of our country, and people honour all the teachers who have contributed to our lives. Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was awarded several high awards in his life including honorary membership of the British Royal Order of Merit in 1963. While the traditional Vedic Teachersโ€™ day is celebrated on Guru Purnima, Teacherโ€™s Day celebrations on September 5 usually include special functions that are organised by students to make their teachers feel special. Kids in schools and colleges also present special cards, greetings, bouquets and gifts to their teachers.

 

Can you hear a pin drop? What is the meaning of pin drop silence?

Can you hear a pin drop?

What is the meaning of pin drop silence?

Following are some instances when silence could speak louder than voice.

Take 1:

Field Marshal Sam Bahadur Maneckshaw once started addressing a public meeting at Ahmedabad in English.

The crowd started chanting, “Speak in Gujarati.

We will hear you only if you speak in Gujarati.”
Field Marshal Sam Bahadur Maneckshaw stopped.
Swept the audience with a hard stare and replied,

“Friends, I have fought many a battle in my long career.
I have learned Punjabi from men of the Sikh Regiment;
Marathi from the Maratha Regiment;
Tamil from the men of the Madras Sappers;
Bengali from the men of the Bengal Sappers,
Hindi from the Bihar Regiment; and
Even Nepali from the Gurkha Regiment.

Unfortunately there was no soldier from Gujarat from whom I could have learned Gujarati.”…

You could have heard a pin drop

Take 2:

Robert Whiting,
an elderly US gentleman of 83, arrived in Paris by plane.

At French Customs, he took a few minutes to locate his passport in his carry on.

“You have been to France before, Monsieur ?”, the Customs officer asked sarcastically.

Mr. Whiting admitted that he had been to France previously.

“Then you should know enough to have your passport ready.”

The American said,
“The last time I was here,
I didn’t have to show it.”

“Impossible.
Americans always have to show their passports on arrival in France !”, the Customs officer sneered.

The American senior gave the Frenchman a long, hard look.

Then he quietly explained

“Well, when I came ashore at Omaha Beach,
at 4:40am, on D-Day in 1944, to help liberate your country, I couldn’t find a single Frenchman to show a passport to…. ”

You could have heard a pin drop

 

Take 3:

Soon after getting freedom from British rule in 1947, the de-facto prime minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru called a meeting of senior Army Officers to select the first General of the Indian army.

Nehru proposed, “I think we should appoint a British officer as a General of The Indian Army, as we don’t have enough experience to lead the same.”
Having learned under the British, only to serve and rarely to lead, all the civilians and men in uniform present nodded their heads in agreement.

However one senior officer, Nathu Singh Rathore, asked for permission to speak.

Nehru was a bit taken aback by the independent streak of the officer, though, he asked him to speak freely.

Rathore said, “You see, sir, we don’t have enough experience to lead a nation too, so shouldn’t we appoint a British person as the first Prime Minister of India?”

You could hear a pin drop.

 

After a pregnant pause, Nehru asked Rathore,
“Are you ready to be the first General of The Indian Army?”..

Rathore declined the offer saying “Sir, we have a very talented army officer, my senior, Gen. Cariappa, who is the most deserving among us.”

This is how the brilliant Gen. Cariappa became the first General and Rathore the first ever Lt. General of the Indian Army.

(Many thanks to Lt. Gen Niranjan Malik PVSM (Retd) for this article.)

 

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Worth reading??

President of India allocates portfolios of the Council of Ministersย 

President of India allocates portfolios of the Council of Ministers

The President of India, as advised by the Prime Minister, has directed the allocation of portfolios among the following members of the Union Council of Ministers:-

 

Shri Narendra Modi

Prime Ministerย and also in-charge of:

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions;

Department of Atomic Energy;

Department of Space; and

All important policy issues; and

All other portfolios not allocated to any Minister.

 

CABINET MINISTERS

 

1.

Shri Raj Nath Singh

Minister of Home Affairs.

2.

Smt. Sushma Swaraj

Minister of External Affairs.

3.

Shri Arun Jaitley

Minister of Finance; and

Minister of Corporate Affairs.

4.

Shri Nitin Jairam Gadkari

Minister of Road Transport and Highways;

Minister of Shipping; and

Minister of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation.

5.

Shri Suresh Prabhu

Minister of Commerce and Industry.

6.

Shri D.V. Sadananda Gowda

Minister of Statistics and Programme Implementation.

7.

Sushri Uma Bharati

Minister of Drinking Water and Sanitation.

8.

Shri Ramvilas Paswan

Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution.

9.

Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi

Minister of Women and Child Development.

10.

Shri Ananthkumar

Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers; and

Minister of

Parliamentary Affairs.

11.

Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad

Minister of Law and Justice; and

Minister of Electronics and Information Technology.

12.

Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda

Minister of Health and Family Welfare.

13.

Shri Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati

Minister of Civil Aviation.

14.

Shri Anant Geete

Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises.

15.

Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal

Minister of Food Processing Industries.

16.

Shri Narendra Singh Tomar

Minister of Rural Development;

Minister of Panchayati Raj; and

Minister of Mines.

17.

Shri Chaudhary Birender Singh

Minister of Steel.

18.

Shri Jual Oram

Minister of Tribal Affairs.

19.

Shri Radha Mohan Singh

Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.

20.

Shri Thaawar Chand Gehlot

Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment.

21.

Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani

Minister of Textiles; and

Minister of Information and Broadcasting.

22.

Dr. Harsh Vardhan

Minister of Science and Technology;

Minister of Earth Sciences; and

Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change.

23.

Shri Prakash Javadekar

Minister of Human Resource Development.

24.

Shri Dharmendra Pradhan

Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas; and

Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

25.

Shri Piyush Goyal

Minister of Railways; and

Minister of Coal.

26.

Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman

Minister of Defence.

27.

Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

Minister of Minority Affairs.

 

MINISTERS OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE)

 

1.

Rao Inderjit Singh

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Planning; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers.

2.

Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Labour and Employment.

3.

Shri Shripad Yesso Naik

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH).

4.

Dr. Jitendra Singh

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region;

Minister of State in the Prime Ministerโ€™s Office;

Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions;

Minister of State in the Department of Atomic Energy; and

Minister of State in the Department of Space.

5.

Dr. Mahesh Sharma

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Culture; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change.

6.

Shri Giriraj Singh

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

7.

Shri Manoj Sinha

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Communications; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Railways.

8.

Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.

9.

Shri Raj Kumar Singh

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Power; and

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.

10.

Shri Hardeep Singh Puri

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.

11.

Shri Alphons Kannanthanam

Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Tourism; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.

 

MINISTERS OF STATE

 

1.

Shri Vijay Goel

Minister of State in the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation.

2.

Shri Radhakrishnan P.

Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Shipping.

3.

Shri S.S. Ahluwalia

Minister of State in the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation.

4.

Shri Ramesh Chandappa Jigajinagi

Minister of State in the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation.

5.

Shri Ramdas Athawale

Minister of State in the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.

6.

Shri Vishnu Deo Sai

Minister of State in the Ministry of Steel.

7.

Shri Ram Kripal Yadav

Minister of State in the Ministry of Rural Development.

8.

Shri Hansraj Gangaram Ahir

Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs.

9.

Shri Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary

Minister of State in the Ministry of Mines; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Coal.

10.

Shri Rajen Gohain

Minister of State in the Ministry of Railways.

11.

General (Retd.) V. K. Singh

Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs.

12.

Shri Parshottam Rupala

Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Panchayati Raj.

13.

Shri Krishan Pal

Minister of State in the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.

14.

Shri Jaswantsinh Sumanbhai Bhabhor

Minister of State in the Ministry of Tribal Affairs.

15.

Shri Shiv Pratap Shukla

Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance.

16.

Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey

Minister of State in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

17.

Shri Sudarshan Bhagat

Minister of State in the Ministry of Tribal Affairs.

18.

Shri Upendra Kushwaha

Minister of State in the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

19.

Shri Kiren Rijiju

Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs.

20.

Dr. Virendra Kumar

Minister of State in the Ministry of Women and Child Development; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

21.

Shri Anantkumar Hegde

Minister of State in the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

22.

Shri M. J. Akbar

Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs.

23.

Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti

Minister of State in the Ministry of Food Processing Industries.

24.

Shri Y. S. Chowdary

Minister of State in the Ministry of Science and Technology; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Earth Sciences.

25.

Shri Jayant Sinha

Minister of State in the Ministry of Civil Aviation.

26.

Shri Babul Supriyo

Minister of State in the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises.

27.

Shri Vijay Sampla

Minister of State in the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.

28.

Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal

Minister of State in the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs; and

Minister of State in the Ministry of Water Resources,
River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation.

29.

Shri Ajay Tamta

Minister of State in the Ministry of Textiles.

30.

Smt. Krishna Raj

Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.

31.

11 Financial Planninng lessons from Ganesha..

11 Financial Planninng lessons from Ganesha..

*1. Big Head*

Think big. Think outside established avenues of investing..

*2. Small Eyes*

Concentrate. Your financial planning needs concentration and you have to focus on the smallest details of investment.

*3. Large Ears*

Listen carefully. Listen to your financial advisor, listen to the news and keep yourself updated.

*4. Small Mouth*

Actions are stronger than words. Listen more and talk less! Your financial plans are not for the world to know.

*5. Ekdanta*

The one tusk symoblizes keeping the good and removing the bad. Study your investments and remove the bad ones periodically.

*6. Vakratunda*

The trunk conveys that one should he efficient and adaptable to ones surroundings. Be patient and don’t panic.

*7. Lambodara*

The big stomach conveys that one should digest both good and bad. Not all investments give you profits. Learn to identify what went wrong.

*8 Right foot over left foot*

Knowledge and reason comes over emotions. Never take decisions based on emotions! Many people make terrible investments just to keep a relationship with their bankers going.

*9. Axe*

Cut away all attachments. Favourite stock, favourite mutual funds are not good in the long run. Don’t get emotionally attached to your investments.

*10. Mooshak*

Mooshak, the mouse, is Ganesha’s ride. It conveys that one can always start small! Investments are not just for the rich and affluent.

*11. Modak*

The fruits of patience are sweet! Give your investments time to grow and reward you.

_Stay devoted to making informed investment decisions and you shall have a wealthy and carefree life.