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Upon entering a bookstore, there are entire sections on health issues and even bestsellers on topics such as overcoming cancer, disease prevention and treatment, and dieting. Many people buy and follow the book’s guidelines, but the truth of the matter is that many are not satisfied with the results.

For every person whose health improved through diet or vitamins, there may be another for whom those things did not work. That person may have suffered various side effects from dieting or taking vitamins.


Some people benefit from folk remedies while others do not, or may even experience side effects.

For others, certain food items or nutrients may trigger upset stomach, acid reflux, diarrhea, headaches, and/or skin reactions. Some people drink coffee at all times of the day and are not affected by it,

while others would be up all night with even a sip.


Nowadays, numerous supplemental dietary products abound. Ads claims practically promise eternal youth. Some ads show “before” and “after” images claiming a near-miraculous change.

Though it may be true that some people do experience change from dietary products,

there are countless others who have experienced little to no change following the use of those same supplements or folk remedies. Antibiotics, penicillin, aspirin are effective for some yet cause side effects or even allergic reactions in others.


Why is it that what is good for some only causes side effects or allergic reactions in others?


To answer the question of how one’s health can be improved,

one must discover his or her Chejil and maintain a diet that is specific to that Chejil.

The same principles would extend to supplemental dietary products.

What, then, is good for one’s health? It all depends on one’s Chejil.


*This book is in English.

Don't Eat Your Veggies

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