Although Hulda Clark wrote a lot about food in her books, she did not recommend a particular diet. Whether you are on an omnivorous, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, paleo, or any other kind of special diet, you can benefit from Hulda Clark’s lifestyle recommendations.
Let me simplify the rather dense books she published. Hulda Clark discovered that all diseases have only a combination of two causes: parasites and pollution. The more we avoid parasites and pollution, the healthier we can be.
We can avoid parasites by washing our produce well. Lugol’s Modified Sodium Iodine can be used as a veggie wash. The Portazone Ozonator can also be used to purify water for drinking or for soaking fruits and vegetables. Ozone is FDA-approved for killing micro-organisms. For foods that cannot be soaked in water, such as liquids or cooked food, the Food Zappicator emits a positive offset square wave frequency in 1 kHz to shatter micro-organisms to death.
Pollution in food is not as easy to avoid. Almost everything that is manufactured for mass consumption is tainted with toxic chemicals to some degree. At the very least, the manufacturing machines are greased with petroleum instead of the more expensive food grade oils. Bottles and jars are required by law to be sterilized with a petroleum solvent before food and drinks can be bottled in them. You can thank lobbyists for Big Chemical Companies for that.
Then there are the ingredients of mass produced food themselves. If the long list of ingredients is populated with chemical names, you can bet it’s more pollution than nutrition. For instance, propylene glycol can be found on the ingredients list of many baked goods available in grocery stores. (Any chemical with “prop” in it means it is petroleum-derived.)
Hulda Clark’s books go into it in more detail. Try not to get overwhelmed with the amount of information she lays out for you. If you are able to change one habit a week, think how far along you will be in a year… two years… twenty years! That’s how long it has been for me. I came across Hulda Clark’s book, “The Cure For All Diseases,” in 1997 and boy, did it changed my life!
A few guidelines for food shopping:
- Certified Organic. This means the food is as free from toxic chemicals as it can get based on industry standards. For meats, this means the animal is not injected with hormones and antibiotics. This also assumes the fruit and vegetable is non-GMO.
- Kosher. This means the food satisfies the strict requirements of Jewish law.
- Farmers Markets are an excellent place to buy your food from. Bring home produce with no stickers! And you can talk to the farmers themselves about their process.
- Non-GMO. This means that the food is not genetically modified. It still can have pesticides and other chemicals.
Eat a variety of foods as close to nature as possible. Avoid processed foods. Use the Hulda Clark Zapper.
Got any more questions about the Hulda Clark lifestyle? Leave me a comment below. I’ll try my best to answer it as soon as I can.