Fibromyalgia recovery plan overview

The key components are Hydration, Silver, Oil & Superfoods.

Water & Salt: Drink plenty of pure water (filtered, bottled etc) each day and take the correct amount of real salt (sea or rock salt, not table salt). The human body is 75% water and the brain 85% water. Salt has 85+ minerals in it, all of which the body needs. The general guideline is ¼ level teaspoon of salt per litre of water you drink. The heavier you are, the more water you need. I weigh about 65kg and drink 3 litres of water per day. Health is all about the correct water/salt balance. ‘You are not sick, you are thirsty’, ‘It is usually chronic dehydration that leads to disease in the body’.

Silver: ‘Silver is emerging as a miracle of modern medicine’. Silver is completely non-toxic, even at high dose yet it has powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-microbial, astringent benefits. It also raises the immune system of humans, animals and plants dramatically. The NPK formula of fertilizer is lacking in silver, hence even organically grown produce is deficient. Take at least a shot (25ml) of colloidal silver each day, hold under the tongue for a few seconds and swallow.

Oil: With the exception of extra virgin olive oil, most of the oils we consume in the modern age are substandard as regards their nutritional profile. Essential fatty acids (omega 3,6 & 9) should form a part of our daily diet. Hempseed oil (brand name ‘Good Oil’ – Tesco, Sainsburies) and coconut oil are highly recommended. 2-3 tablespoons per day is a guideline. Do not expose hempseed oil to heat. Mix oil with food, fry with coconut oil.

Superfoods: A cursory understanding of diet is essential yet we learn virtually nothing about it at school and doctors spend only ½ day studying it during medical college. Please read the diet chapter of my book The Five Point Plan. In a nutshell, eat more raw, organic produce. Learn to make lovely salads, keep in a Tupperware box in the fridge and eat a portion with cooked meals (or have as a meal in its own right). A salad is a great way to ‘download’ superfoods, such as sprouted mung beans, oils, soaked nuts etc.

Best wishes,

James Cooper

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