Bags under the eyes
The condition of our internal organs determines much of our external appearance.
Bags under the eyes, white spots on the nails, moist palms are external symptoms of unclean kidneys.
Bags under the eyes are a symptom of excess fluids or fat deposits in the kidneys. If the bags are soft, the fluid intake is too high. Hard bags under the eyes mean too high consumption of fat dairy products, animal fats and fatty meat, and sweets. Red eyelids signal the formation of kidney stones.
Some causes of poor kidney function:
- Accumulation of mucus and the formation of stones
- Widening of kidneys due to high fluid intake
- Shrinking of kidneys as a result of excessive consumption of salt, meat, fish, breads, sweets, flour-based and refined products
With well-functioning kidneys, we urinate 3-4 times a day. If urination is more frequent, we should limit our fluid intake.
The color of urine should resemble light beer. Very light coloring means we need more salt; if the color is too dark, we should limit our salt intake.
Another sign that the salt intake is too high is dark brown rings around the eyes. In such a case, we have to eliminate salt from our diet and use other kinds of seasoning (dried garlic, parsley, etc.).
Out of many available kidney-cleansing methods, I am going to describe four most effective ones. Please choose one that suits you best. Read more on pages 200-201
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