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  1. Wow, it’s so wonderful what the MIR-Method changed in all different areas of my life! I started about a year ago, and I did it daily for at least 4 months. And after this I did it just spontanously when I needed the MIR-Method.
    I just found this article by chance and it’s so interesting. After 3 Months of doing the MIR-Method, I was completely vegetarian. I didn’t eat so much meat before, but I always thought, that my body is still gonna need sometimes meat, because of the iron and proteines. But then, I had no longer the feeling to need meat. And I stopped completely and I have more energy than ever. I am very rarely tired (and if I am it’s mostely because of a lack of sleep). Sometimes I take some natural supplements too to “supplement all shortages” but except that I guess, that my body takes the iron and all the other vitamins and minerals he needs from my vegetarian nutritions.
    What I also realized, is, that I have no desire anymore to eat chocolate and sweets. I was anyway not the person who ate a lot of sweets, but when someone brought cakes, cookies and other sweet bakeries, I couldn’t resist. But now I can, I really have no desire even it lies right before my eyes on the table and the smell comes in my nose. That was an interesting change I noticed. And I also sense much better, what kind of food my body really needs.

    I really never knew a method before which changes so much in life in so short amount of time! And it’s so so simple, I just love it! Thank you so much Mireille!

  2. Hello,
    I would like to fast, should I continue the MIR-Method?
    Knowing that fasting already cleans up very hard, is not it incompatible to do both at the same time?

    thank you

    • Dear Virginie,
      You can do the MIR-Method while you’re fasting. No problem. It will support your days and will support the clean-up of your body in a way that you can handle.
      Have a good fasting!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  3. There is a blog called the Better Have in St Louis in the US. The tips for shops are local to there but they often recommend better eating habits, promote vegan eating and give advice on generally cutting toxins and toxicity out of our lives in order to live better.

    • Dear Amanda,
      That is quite a useful website, because she also deals with toxins in make-up, for example. Thank you for sharing!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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