When trying to get rid of waste products, it is important to remember, for example, that during solar and geomagnetic storms, which have a negative influence on the human system, you should consume foods containing antioxidants that are energy-carriers and provide cells and their membranes with protection from excess radicals.
A shortage of antioxidants at such times can result in damage to poorly protected organs and systems.
In order to more effectively boost the antioxidant defences of cells and neutralize excess free radicals, you need a diet that contains the maximum quantity of natural antioxidants.
Such foods are oat sprouts, fresh vegetable oils, cabbage and other vegetable foods.
At the same time you should exclude foods that encourage the formation of free radicals.
Primarily these are all fried foods and also soups seasoned with fried ingredients. You are also recommended to reduce to a minimum your consumption of alcohol, which sharply increases the oxidation of free radicals.
Carbohydrates must not be completely excluded from the diet, but an excess of them must be avoided.
On unfavourable days fewer carbohydrates are required; at that time the metabolism becomes protein and fat based.
When drawing up a menu for unfavourable days, bear in mind that the body has a harder time coping with significant overloads of the metabolic processes at such times, because it will inevitably be engaged in the adjustments required to adapt to the more difficult conditions.
That means that on the day before an unfavourable day you should already substantially reduce the calorie-content of your food.
Following this advice will enable your body to achieve an optimum working regime and to begin regularly ridding itself of waste products, which will have a positive effect on your health.
If at the same time you correctly choose a single day in the week for complete fasting, this will appreciably speed up the processes of removing waste products and improve your sensitivity