Thank you for always answering my questions. I have about two more. Okay, I’m currently living overseas where I’m limited on raw fresh foods (vegetables and fruits). I want to do the detox but I’m
concerned that I won’t have everything as far as raw food to be successful. I have access to basics (apples, oranges, bananas, tomatoes, avocados, melons, lettuce, cabbage, bean spouts, carrots,
celery, peppers, green beans, peas, bagged nuts,) but nothing exotic by any means. Then I was told to safely eat some of the food in the local economy that we should wash it with a 5% bleach solution
(is that safe…and if on the detox I’m thinking that would be a no go). Two questions?Given the mentioned availability of raw foods could I be able to successfully complete the detox (I don’t have
an issue with eating the same things over and over again) and two what can I do to clean local produce so that its safe for consumption? Apparently part of the issue is that they use human feces to
Thank you for your time and I look forward to your response
Answer by Dherbs
Yes, it seems you have enough raw food available to you to complete the cleanse.
In order to clean local produce, rinse thoroughly with apple cider vinegar to “disinfect” it. If apple cider vinegar is unavailable, just use water.