The eyes are the windows to the soul, making it possible for trained specialists to assess the iris of your eyes and then judge your innards – and you - according to what you eat. An Iridologist can tell you what your doctor would tell you after he’d taken a long thingy and stuck it in your whatshisname. Rather take the painless route and receive an inexpensive Iridology consultation to formulate the ideal diet plan, at SPR Healthcare and Wellness Clinic for R180.
The professionals will look deep into your eyes but won’t give you flowers or take you for a walk on the beach. Instead of chocolates and sweet nothings they’ll give you an eating plan specified to your genetic make-up. It’s another way of making you feel on top of the world.
They will explain Iridology and how the pigmented section of the eye - the part that everyone looks at when they want to ooh and aah at the colour of your eyes – indicates if you have problems with toxins, stress, heart, kidneys, overindulgence and the nasty effects of hangovers. The list is long when it comes to what an iris diagnosis can uncover, and provide treatment for. Acne, allergies, asthma, chronic fatigue, digestive disorders and diabetes are amongst a list of many illnesses that can be treated with the correct diet.
When diet, or lifestyle, is unhealthy in any way, the eye exhibits indicators such as: discolouration; spots, deep crevices; greyness and a plethora of other examples. A bad diet is very often to blame when it comes to most of the body’s medical issues. So how was that pizza last night? Bet you’ll have second thoughts about that double cheese burger and fries you had in mind for dinner tonight.
The best way to improve health is to improve diet. How do you do that? Well, you need to replace the midnight-snack peanut butter and syrup sandwiches under your bed, with julienned Carrots and Green Beans. You also need to understand that you wouldn’t put leaded fuel into your unleaded fuel tank and that your body will feel it too. Besides, food under your bed is just gross.
Focussed Fact: For months, a nanny at a day-care centre thought she worked at a zoo. The woman who had poor eyesight would regularly entertain the children by throwing bananas at them and trying to keep them still by yelling “sit” and “stay”.