The Power of Food: How Changing Your Diet Can Cure Chronic Health Problems

In this video, the speaker talks about how changing one’s diet can cure various health problems such as diabetes, back pain, thyroid issues, and more. They explain that food plays a significant role in our overall health and that by following a specific diet plan and getting regular blood tests, one can eliminate these diseases without medication. The speaker emphasizes the importance of detoxifying the body and then consuming living, wholesome, plant-based, and water-rich foods. They provide a detailed diet plan consisting of a morning detox juice, fruit breakfast, vegetable-based lunch, mid-meal juice, and salad and soup for dinner. The plan is aimed at weight loss and reversing health issues. The video also addresses common questions about water consumption and how long to follow the diet plan.

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Key Insights:

  • Changing your diet can cure various chronic health problems.
  • Detoxifying your body is necessary before changing your diet.
  • Eat living foods (fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains, and seeds) instead of processed and packaged foods.
  • Eat wholesome foods that are not stripped away of their original nutrients.
  • Avoid meat, fish, eggs, and dairy products. Coconut milk can be a good substitute for animal milk.
  • Focus on water-rich foods like fruits and vegetables.
  • Follow a five-meal plan, including morning detox juice, breakfast, lunch, mid-meal, and dinner.
  • Avoid consuming grains several times a day and prioritize vegetable-based meals.
  • Drink water when you feel thirsty, and not in excess.
  • Follow this lifestyle change as long as you want to stay healthy and fit.


Are you suffering from a health problem? Any chronic health problem, diabetes, back pain, knee pain, thyroid, constipation, acne, high blood pressure, PCOD, low energy, obesity, or even excess weight? What if I tell you that changing your food can cure your disease? Which means that if you change your diet, follow it religiously, and get your blood tests done after three months, you will not have that disease anymore. Now, you probably wouldn’t believe me, huh? But what’s the relation between my diet and my disease? Food doesn’t cure disease, medicines do. You might be thinking. What if I tell you that thousands of people around the world are giving up medicine and solving health problems by changing their diet and lifestyle? In this video, I’ll share one simple diet plan that was first suggested to me by my guru. I followed it diligently and I controlled my thyroid, PCOD, and hair fall without medicine. I’ve suggested the same diet to hundreds of people, and they’ve all been able to cure diseases. But before I give you this one diet plan and explain what food to put in your body, you must take out the undigested food from your body, the waste, the toxins sitting inside. Meaning, knowing how to detox is even more important than knowing what to eat. For example, if you accidentally put in diesel in a car that was meant for petrol, it won’t work, right? To make it work again, first you need to take out the diesel and then put in the petrol. Same with us. Our body is meant for fresh fruits, vegetables, plants straight from nature. But we accidentally feed it with too many grains, oils, breads, processed snacks, packaged food. No wonder our body is not properly working and has all these diseases. So step one is to take out the bad stuff, the undigested waste sitting inside. And step two is to put in the good stuff, the right food. This video covers only step two. Make sure that first you watch step one by clicking on this box above. In step one, I share three powerful ways to remove toxins from your body. Okay, coming back. I don’t want to give you a scripted diet plan and say, „Hey, this is what you have to eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner.“ No. First, you must understand some basic principles about natural food. If you want to be truly healthy, you need to look for four qualities in your food. Your food should be four things. Number one, it should be living. See if you bury something in the ground and water it for a few days, it should grow into a plant, right? For example, if you take a lentil seed, bury it in the soil, after a few days, you’ll get a sapling. But if you plant any junk food like Maggi, do you think you’ll ever get a wheat plant out of it? No, because unlike the lentil, the Maggi doesn’t contain any life, any prana. And therefore, it cannot produce more life. It’s a dead food. And how can something that’s dead bring life to your body? On the other hand, fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains, seeds, sprouts, they are living foods. And when they enter your body, they bring you life. They extend your youth, your vitality. They flush out the toxins sitting inside your body. In the Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 17, do you know what Lord Krishna says? He says that food should be eaten within three hours of being cooked. Because after three hours, it becomes damn sick. It starts to lose the life energy, or the prana inside. That’s why in the Yogic culture, they don’t eat any sabzi or rice or chapati if it has been kept for more than three hours. Same with our grandparents. I mean, they used to eat everything fresh, right from the stove to the plate. And now, what’s happening? People store sabzi in the refrigerator for the next two to four days. They take a little out every day, eat it, and then store it back. The reheated stale sabzi. They’re inviting cancer into their body. If something is cooked on fire, you have to eat it within three hours, maximum five hours. Now, tell me one thing. Why only apply this three-hour rule to sabzi and chapati? What about all this? Can you even imagine how long back these foods were cooked? Forget three hours or three days. Most of them were cooked maybe even three years in advance and have been stored in packets, bottles, cans, and boxes after being lathered with synthetic chemicals so that they don’t appear to be stale or smell bad. These chemicals might increase the shelf life of these products, but they decrease the shelf life of our bodies, actually. If you think about it, these are not food. They are products made by a company who wants to make a profit, like any other business. They’re dead. They have no life energy left inside them. So rule number one is to eat living food, nothing bottled and packaged, frozen or processed, nothing man-made in a factory. Eat living foods straight from nature, fruits and vegetables, sprouts, coconut juices, grains, nuts, and seeds. Instead of munching on biscuits, munch on coconut slices. Instead of popping soda cans, pop coconut waters. Instead of having them kings, have plates full of fresh fruits or salads. Second, eat food that is wholesome. Mother Nature knows best. She does not make mistakes. There’s a reason why she hung dates on trees and not sugar. There’s a reason why she gives us olives, but not potato chips. All foods that come directly from plants or trees of the earth are wholesome. When you get something from nature, that’s what your body understands. When we mess with what nature has given us, we mess with the design. We change the original food. All the foods that come directly from plants or trees of the earth are wholesome. For example, eat brown rice instead of white rice. Brown rice is wholesome. It’s the real deal. When we remove the bran from it, it becomes white rice. The digestive mechanism of the rice lies in this outer bran that we conveniently just decided to throw out. Eat dates or jaggery instead of sugar. Dates are wholesome. Sugar is fragmented. Eat the whole coconut instead of coconut oil. Eat the whole olive instead of olive oil. When eating wheat, eat it whole with the outer layers or what we call ‚choker‘ in Hindi. Don’t sieve it before making your chapatis. Third, eat food that comes from plants. No meat, fish, or eggs. Nature has not designed our body to consume these animals. And what about milk and dairy? As a substance, pure cow milk is very good. But the milk that we’re getting today is actually not even milk. What we get in these Tetra packs is a white liquid made of milk powder, urea, and dangerous chemicals. Do you know that the World Health Organization has warned the Indian government that milk today has become so contaminated that if we continue drinking it, by 2025, 87% of India will be suffering from serious diseases like cancer. And this was in the Economic Times recently. Even if you get the purest form of cow milk straight from your farm, even then you cannot digest it if you’re suffering from a disease or if you want to lose weight. Pure cow milk is very good for athletes or small children whose height is growing, but not for us who spend eight hours a day in front of a computer screen. We simply cannot digest it because it’s a very, very heavy food by nature. One glass of milk is a complete meal on its own. Good news is that there’s a substitute which can give you all the same nutrients, protein, and calcium minus that your body can actually digest and absorb. You know what it is? It’s coconut milk. Coconut is one of the best foods on earth. There’s a reason it’s called „Sri Fal“ in Sanskrit. And there’s a reason why every birth, every marriage, every auspicious occasion in India starts with the breaking of a coconut. Always make your coconut milk at your own home. It’s very easy. Fourth, your food should be water-rich. There are two kinds of foods: water-rich and water-poor. Water-rich foods include fruits, such as watermelon, papaya, grapes, oranges. Juicy vegetables like tomatoes, cucumber, leafy greens, bottle gourd. Water-poor foods include grains, rice, wheat, chapati, dal, nuts, seeds, and starchy vegetables like potatoes. 70% of your body is water, and 30% is solid, bones, muscles, mass. So naturally, 70% of your diet should be composed of water-rich foods: juices, fruits, vegetables. And 30% should consist of water-poor foods: grains, cereals, nuts, and seeds. Funnily enough, most of us eat in the exact opposite ratio. We eat grains thrice a day, and as a result, we’re drying up. In summary, number one: eat living foods. Number two: eat wholesome foods. Number three: eat plant-based foods. Number four: eat 70% water-rich foods. Now, let’s move on to the diet plan. We suggest having five main meals in a day: morning detox juice, breakfast, lunch, mid-meal, and dinner. The timings that I give in this video are those that are generally suitable for most people, but feel free to adjust them according to your routine and schedule. For the morning detox juice, you can have it a little after waking up in the morning, let’s say 8:00 a.m. We recommend the juice of a very special vegetable, ashgourd. When this vegetable enters your body, it starts to suck in all the toxins. It’s like a sponge. And when it exits your body, it carries with it all the accumulated toxins and the garbage sitting inside. It is the best thing you can drink for weight loss and for clearing up your skin. It’s light green from the outside and white from the inside. Simply cut it, peel off the skin, take out the seeds, and juice it. Drink one full glass of ashgourd juice without adding any lemon or salt. If ashgourd is not available, drink one glass of coconut water. In case even coconut water is not available in your region, drink the juice of any vegetable, for example, bottle gourd, lauki, or celery, or cucumber. Then, till about the next two hours, eat nothing. Because ashgourd is doing its work inside your body, and you don’t want to interrupt the cleansing by eating something. At about 10:00 a.m., it’s time for breakfast. For breakfast, you can have a big bowl of fresh seasonal fruits. It can be any fruit you like, preferably water-rich fruits. So avoid bananas. You can eat any combination of fruits that you like. Eat fruits that are local to your country, seasonal and regional. If you wish, you can grate some fresh coconut on top. Then, it’s time for lunch at about 1:00 p.m. For lunch, you can have your grain meal, chapati and sabzi. The chapati that we suggest is a special chapati. It’s much easier to digest. Instead of using 100% wheat flour, it’s made of 50% wheat flour and 50% vegetable. So you can make any vegetable chapati: cucumber chapati, beetroot chapati, spinach chapati, lauki chapati, anything you like. Eat just as many chapatis as you were used to before, but the wheat or the grain of only one chapati is going inside your body. The idea is to eat more and more of vegetables and less and less of grains. Once or twice a week, you can also have brown rice instead of chapati. When you eat brown rice, if you have one bowl of brown rice, have two bowls of sabzi. When you eat grains alone, it is very difficult for your body to digest them. But by mixing grains with vegetables, it makes them easier to digest and eliminate from your body. So instead of dal roti, have sabzi roti. No dal rice, instead have sabzi rice. No rajma, no chhola, at least until you get completely cured and reach your ideal weight. Now, even when you eat grains, if you have one bowl of brown rice, have two bowls of sabzi. When you eat grains alone, it is very difficult for your body to digest them. But by mixing grains with vegetables, it makes them easier to digest and eliminate from your body. So instead of dal roti, have sabzi roti. No dal rice, instead have sabzi rice. No rajma, no chhola, at least until you get completely cured and reach your ideal weight. Now, let’s move on to the mid-meal between lunch and dinner. We recommend having the juice of any freshly squeezed vegetable at this time. Or you can also have fresh coconut water. Again, no biscuits, no namkeens, no snacks. If you feel hungry even after having the juice, you can have coconut slices, about 2 to 3 pieces. It’s the best healthy snack. Most people are used to drinking tea or coffee at this time. If that’s the case with you, you can have herbal tea, but not the packets of green tea which you get from a factory. Make fresh herbal tea at your own home. I’ve given the recipe in the YouTube description below. Then, for dinner, have a salad and a soup. Your salad would be raw. Take any fresh seasonal vegetables, chop them up, and toss them together with a nut-based homemade dressing. Do not add any grains like chana or rajma or dal to your salad. For the soup, it would be a steamed meal. Make sure that the soup has no dairy, no oil, no grains. You’ll feel so light after eating this. And when you see the weight dropping on the weighing machine every morning and your readings in control without medicine, then there’s no going back. The idea is to eat grains only once a day, and the rest of the day, eat one fruit meal and one salad meal. Digestion will work wonderfully. If you wish, you can even swap lunch and dinner. You can have the soup and salad for lunch, and your grain meal could be dinner. Now, this diet plan is for people who want to lose weight or reverse a health problem. It’s also for people who are already fit and want to maintain their weight. But it’s not recommended for children and athletes. Children below the age of 16, if they are healthy, and athletes can eat grains two to three times a day because their bodies are in the growing stage, and therefore, they are capable of digesting it. How much water should I drink? You should drink water only when you feel thirsty, just like how you should eat food only when you feel hungry. No need to forcefully consume eight to nine liters of water every day when there is no physical need for it. It puts undue pressure on your kidneys. For how long should I follow this? Follow it until the time you want to stay healthy and fit and don’t want diseases in your body. What I’m giving you here is not a diet plan for weight loss. It’s a lifestyle. It’s a way of living and eating the way that nature intended. The human body is a precious gift that God has given to us, and day by day, week by week, your bio time is passing. Every morning, we wake up, look at ourselves in the mirror, and we wish we didn’t have all that excess weight. We wish we don’t have to start our mornings popping pills or with medicine. I don’t want that. All your life, you just keep wishing. I want you to experience what it feels like to have an optimally functioning human body, to have no disease or disease seed inside you. I want to empower you to be your own doctor. All I’m here for is to connect you back with nature. Goodbye for now, and I’ll see you in the next video.