It’s important to listen and understand your body language.  If you learn to observe and understand your body’s language, you will be able to detect and prevent many future disorders and illnesses before they flare up.

​Here are some of the signals your body sends to you, which likely indicate there is a problem that you should take care of before it gets worse…

Skin: Healthy skin does not have any irritations, pimples, or boils. It should be evenly colored, moderately moist, and feel good and firm to the touch. The appearance of itching, pimples, pain or redness, increased dryness or oiliness, etc, indicates disorders.

Tongue:  A healthy tongue does not have any coating. Its color should be pink and even. Any coating, change in color, cracks, increase of the tongue’s size, dryness, etc., suggest disorders in internal organs, especially in the digestive organs. The appearance of coating on the tongue is the first signal that digestive organs need cleansing. You can check this right after awakening, with a mirror. 

Appetite.  A healthy appetite is shown by a moderate need to eat simple healthy products, which satisfy and fill the body.  

  • If the appetite is too strong it may indicate you are lacking in nutrients, because your clogged organs are not absorbing nutrients properly. You may crave empty calories, or there may be sugar imbalance in the blood or even parasites.  
  • If the appetite weakens, your digestive system may be overwhelmed. It will be necessary to completely cleanse the digestive system. Stop eating and wait for real hunger.

Low Energy. A healthy body is full of energy and vitality. A drop in energy, or a need for extra sleep, are likely signals of poor diet or toxicity.

Pain. If you feel pain or discomfort in your digestive system — you’ll feel it in your stomach or pelvis — your body may be “clogged up” and restrict its natural processing.

Your Stool:  Too dark,  foul smell, loose or too hard; your bowel movements are not regular (should be 2-3 times per day).

Saliva: Sticky, thick, dry, too much saliva or too little

Nails:  Hard, soft, or brittle; have white spots, ridges, or dark spots.

Sweat:  Too much, too little, or foul smell.

Urine:  Dark yellow,  too little, or too often, bad smell.

Sleep:  Issues may include sleeping too deeply, falling asleep suddenly, waking up often, not getting enough sleep, go to the bathroom often.

Pulse:  too fast, or irregular.

These problems will signal you of possible disorders, and you will be able to take appropriate actions to prevent serious problems. (This is not a medical diagnosis, but it will help you maintain your good health.)

We can recommend a program that helps your body deal with these and similar issues… boost your immune system.… and regain vibrant health.


When your body becomes congested or clogged, it begins sending signals that it has accumulated toxicity, and internal organs are not properly functioning. 

Most of us have been told to ignore aches and pains because they will pass on their own. And that is partly true.

Aches, pain and discomfort are the body’s scream for help.

When the body sends us a signal of a disorder and we just ignore it, after time it stops sending these important signals. So pain or discomfort disappears, but the problem remains…and grows stronger, turning into illness without any further signals. And unfortunately, it often emerges when it is too late to do anything about it.

So please remember the golden rules of keeping good health…

  • Pay attention to your body. Do not be deaf and blind when it is asking you for help. Do not miss those very first, important signals your body sends.
  • Give your body all the necessary help on time. And a powerful and fundamental, approach — which limits the development of illness — includes internal cleansing, a good diet, juice therapy, exercise, and fasting.

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