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THE MAYR TREATMENT FOR HALITOSIS

Halitosis or bad breath seems to be a trivial disorder which can be solved by brushing one’s teeth with a mint toothpaste or gargling. But as we may have seen, it is not so.  In fact, it is a disorder that affects not only the mouth, but also the stomach and intestines. This unpleasant odor comes from intestinal putrefaction, and the putrid gases exhaled by rotting food, which  vent upwards, when not finding the way down. This seemingly extreme way of defining the phenomenon is, however, not far from the truth. The fact is, if you want to get rid of your halitosis, you must free yourself from intestinal putrefaction. And the only way to accomplish this in the long term, is to undergo a Mayr Therapy which I briefly describe on this site.

MY FIRST SUGGESTION FOR HALITOSISTHE MAYR THERAPY, A TREATMENT FOR THE INTESTINE

But in order to have an initial improvement of halitosis,  a very sound suggestion I would give is: try fasting once or twice for one or two days. While fasting, you will realize that fasting for a short time is not a sad experience, as some say, but a rejuvenating interval of complete rest alternating with the normal course of your life. In the case of halitosis which is not a serious disorder, fasting sessions of two days each in a certain period should already be enough to obtain good results. Just the same, I would recommend an interval of at least two weeks between one fast and the other, to avoid getting too weak.

What is fasting? Simple, it is more of not doing anything rather than doing something. It consists in abstaining from all foods and drinks containing calories, and taking a rest. You may drink mountain spring water, herbal teas and vegetable broths as much as you want. These have no calories because they mainly contain minerals,  but limit your intake to not more than 1.5 liters a day, to avoid overloading the heart and kidneys. For almost everyone the two most suitable days for fasting are Saturday and Sunday, or two other days when you do not have to work or engage in other heavy tasks. In those days you must really let your body and spirit rest. Of course you may do some light, physical or intellectual jobs, but do not always stay indoors. Take at least two short walks a day, preferably in pure air, since this is very important for the detoxification.

AND AFTER THE FAST?

The first day after the fast you should eat rather little, and besides, you will note that you will not be  as hungry as you would imagine. Your appetite usually returns on the second or third day after fasting, after which you can start to eat normally. If you have any doubts concerning the fasting method, do not hesitate to contact me, and I will try to give you an answer that suits your case – of course without any obligation on your part.

LEARN TO FAST CORRECTLY FROM TIME TO TIME, AND LIVE LONGER AND BETTER!

 

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