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“Miracle Drink” Makes You Look Younger

Miracle Drink May Save Your Life“Miracle Drink” is a powerful detox, immune system booster, great for eyesight, radiant skin, helps with low hemoglobin, anemia, leukemia, cancer and many other health issues and diseases.

“Miracle Drink” is made of the beet root, carrots and apples.

This powerful combination create a synergy giving you a huge amount of antioxidants,  beta-carotene, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E, K, Folate, Niacin, Zinc, Copper, Magnesium, Copper, Selenium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Iron, Calcium, Sodium, Manganese and Pantothenic Acid.

Now when it comes to serious diseases, obviously it has to be used as part of the wider protocol (see Protocols For Reversing Cancer)

To make “Miracle Drink” you definitely need a juicer; if you don’t have it, please consider getting one; it may be one of the best investments you have ever made for your health. In case you are ill, your juicer may save your life as juicing happens to be one of the key strategies in healing from many serious diseases.

You don’t need a fancy and super expensive one, but you do need a good quality and strong juicer to be able to get the full benefit and also juice leafy vegetables, wheatgrass, beetroots etc.  A mid-priced one like for example Samson is quite ok.

Preparation Time

  • 15 minutes


  • 4-5 carrots
  • 2 beetroots
  • Beet leaves
  • 1 apple (optional)


  1. Wash well all ingredients. Leave the skins. Core the apple.
  2. Juice and drink it immediately.

“Miracle Drink” is best to be consumed on empty stomach in the morning, at least 1 hour before eating.

Some health experts suggest lowering the amounts of apples and eventually fully excluding it or replacing it with wheatgrass for example. I like adding occasionally a cucumber, spinach (in absence of beet leaves) and piece of any citrus fruit I have at hand in order to improve the taste.



Detoxification is flushing out waste from our bodies. In constant process of self-renewal our cells produce waste and detoxification is a natural process. However, as we live in a toxic world, toxins are abnormally accumulated as a consequence of consuming processed foods, inhaling air filled with car exhaust, etc. and our ability to detox is severely impaired.Detox 810

  • We can naturally induce detox by eating only organic fruits, veggies, and drinking pure, filtered water.
  • Juicing appears to be most effective way to detox, alkalize and cleanse tissues, release the toxic build-up and rejuvenate the body. Moreover, detox and juicing protocols have been used extensively and successfully as natural healing protocol to cure from most of terminal diseases. See Juicing for Thriving in a Toxic World.
  • There are different detox and juicing protocols you can do to purify and rejuvenate the body.   In my Quick Recipes and Juicing sections I will regularly enclose new info and recipes that I find simple and effective.
  • Chlorella, a single-celled micro-algae, is one of the most powerful detoxification “tools” available as a supplement and used to eliminate accumulated toxins, including mercury. Make sure it is a good quality Organic Cell Broken Chlorella.
  • Aloe honey syrup (recipe captured by Father Romano Zago) is a powerful detoxifier and it helps curing the cancer.  It is very easy to make it: Father Zago’s Aloe Treatment for Cancer.
  • For those who have some minor health issues I suggest looking into more radical programs like Dr. Schulze 5- Day Liver Detox or Cleanse & Heal Your Body with Dr. Schulze’s 5-day Bowel Detox
  • Various other practices that help purify the body, expel the toxins and rejuvenate include daily stretching, rebounding on a mini-trampoline to move lymph fluid and increase the count of white blood cells as well as perspiring in a sauna to eliminate toxins through the skin.

A Way to Obstruct the Aging Process

Regular exercise builds up immunity, speeds up the elimination of toxins and rejuvenates  the body.

You’ve probably already come across many approaches to “modern exercising” like spinning, pilates, cardio, and myriad of others.

I don’t think we should obsess about choosing the “perfect” exercise.  Every exercise that you enjoy is a perfect exercise.  However making it a routine is very important especially if you have a sedentary work style and spending hours in front of the computer like I do.

Moderate exercise, brisk walking, jumping on trampoline, dance, yoga or any other form that you enjoy is important to be done every day. 

Besides exercise, a highly alkaline, raw diet, deep breathing, increasing the pure water intake etc. are very good for oxygenizing.

High Intensity Interval Training

A relatively new approach to exercise is called High Intensity Interval Training or Peak 8 (by Dr. Mercola).

In essence, you need to raise your rate up to anaerobic threshold for 20 seconds and then you recover for 90 seconds and repeat 8 times.  Reaching the anaerobic threshold (when it becomes hard to breathe because you miss the oxygen) will cause your human growth hormone (HGH)  to increase.

Human growth hormone production decreases after we reach 30s. Obviously increasing the HGH naturally is a good way to obstruct the aging process 🙂

I find this high-intensity training* very convenient because it lasts only 20 minutes, so you have no excuses for not having the time and you don’t need some fancy equipment – type of exercise is entirely up to you; can simply be alternating fast and slow walking.

I like using elliptical cross-trainer for high-intensity training. It took me ages to compare reviews and choose one, so finally I bought a mid-priced NordicTrack E4.2 which I find smooth and very good quality for the money.

I  also found that wearing a pedometer works really well. In fact, each member of our family owns one, including our 5-year old who almost always wins the competition 🙂 The goal is to reach at least 10K steps a day.   My most active day in the corporate world, rushing from meeting to meeting, to the school, to the office and back would typically result in only about 4K steps.

A mid-priced pedometer (we own Fitbit Zip  or Fitbit One) works really well.

Quick Checklist

    • Make your daily 30+minutes exercise schedule and no matter what stick to it.  The type is less important: brisk walking, jumping on trampoline, elliptical, yoga, swimming, really anything works. Consider doing it together with your partner, children, or family member and making it a habit.
    • If your work style is sedentary, consider 15 minutes reminders to stand up and do a simple exercise.  Some additional interesting ideas and techniques can be found here.

Notes and More Info

*The high intensity training is not suited for everybody.  Make sure you first verify if this training is appropriate for you or seek your health care practitioner’s advice in case of any concerns. More info can be found here Peak 8