A couple of months ago, a friend learned my condition and the need for immediate surgery. She then encouraged me to consult a renowned Naturopath and Lifestyle Physician, Dr. Samuel Dizon, before I even considering operation. Dr.Dizon is the head of the Institute for Natural Healing and is known for treating patients with heart disease and cancer; using natural medicines, liquid diet and enormous amount of natural supplements.
The thought and hope of getting healed made me more eager to see him. So I went on, along with a common friend of ours, who’s also seeking medical attention.
I came to him together with all the test results of my previous medical check-up. After reading the diagnosis, he then illustrated on a paper the physiological or the normal function of the ear and its parts. Furthermore, he explained the occurrence of infection and its complications. And he amazed me for he speaks with wisdom and knowledge. He believes in God’s ultimate power to heal but he insisted that people should do their part (God’s part and man’s part).
Eventually, he advised me to undergo a 2-week raw food and liquid diet along with mega doses of vitamins and supplements (above and beyond my daily requirement). He has given me a specific meal plan to follow strictly.
- 12 glasses of water a day
- 8 glasses of fruit/vegetable juice a day
- Breakfast & Lunch – red/ brown rice, fish and vegetable only
- Dinner – Oatmeal with Soy milk
- No meat except fish, no dairy, no caffeine, no tea, no soda, no sugar, no seasoning, and many more NOs lol :)
I was so unsure of myself then, if I could be consistent in this diet plan. However, I realized the “hard work” that Dr.Dizon has been telling his patients. So I made up my mind and decided to go on and try.
Two weeks came but I chose to continue for almost a month. Yes, I did it successfully. It’s quite fulfilling and of course I feel healthier inside.
Eventually, I had another CT Scan but the sad news was that, the infection still in there. Perhaps the time is insufficient to treat the infection and maybe it really needs a surgery to be removed. For as the cliche goes, prevention is better than cure.
Honestly, I have no regret at all in doing all those stuffs. The truth is I feel blessed for learning the healthier way of eating. And I would still choose to embrace this healthy lifestyle to gain lifelong wellness so God can use me long enough for His glory.
Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own.” (I Corinthians 6:19, NIV)
Thanks for reading :)