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  1. I have been doing the MIR method for over a month, I am diabetic and also have
    high eye pressure. I hope by doing the MIR method I will get rid of or lower my diabetes or eye pressure, any suggestions? So far no results!

    • Dear Roya,
      The reason you’re doing the MIR-Method are quite complicated. Please allow your body to have time to deal with all the causes. It may take at least 4 months. Just keep on doing and try to keep track of the small things that start to change. Write down all the minor complaints that you also experience. It helps you to stay motivated. Besides that, I have a hunch, but not enough evidence yet, that diabetes has to do with loss of love, in any way. And… please read all about fructose and high fructose corn syrup! For example at a lecture of professor Lustig. Or the interview about ‘The bittersweet truth that sugar film’. Just typ this in at youtube.
      Good luck!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  2. When I first started doing MIR method two summers ago I lost all desire for sweet and craved citric. For about the last six months have been craving chilli…never have done before…and also favour salmón and mackerel now as opposed to white fish 🙂

    • Dear Charles,
      Well, looks like your body is showing you what to eat! Fatty fish are great! Just keep following your appetite! 🙂
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  3. I can strongly suggest to eat what the season in your neighborhood provides. Global economy has changed our eating habits so much, everything is constantly available but that is not natural. Know that our brain is mostly fat and we do need fats especially fat from nuts which are naturally easy to preserve without adding chemicals. Processrd foods have a lot of additives which are to be avoided if one wants to detox.
    love the MIR-Method Diana

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