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Some basic laws to good health its restoration and Maintenance
September 21, 2010, 8:26 am
Filed under: HEALTH

UPDATED JULY 18TH 2018

Our health is paying a dear price by digestive problems and nutritionally related illness. These lead the list of human pathology. Digestive problems are the No. 1 problem in North America. These diseases, encompassing everything from hemorrhoids to colon cancer. Many of them were almost unheard of in our grandparents’ times, they are cropping up more and more and at an earlier and earlier age. These include :

Irritable bowel syndrome Its symptoms include bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain and spasms, and nausea. The pain is often triggered by eating, so people suffering from IBS don’t always eat enough, which results in malnutrition. Food allergies, medication, stress, hormone changes, low fiber intake, infection, parasites, lactose intolerance, laxatives, and antibiotic abuse could all be involved. In fact, the consensus is that just about anything that disturbs our intestinal bacterial balance—the ratio of good bacteria to bad bacteria—could have a hand in causing.

Another common Digestive problem is

Candidiasis is a fungal infection. It is caused by candida albicans, bacterium that is found in small amounts in nearly everyone. When the bacteria multiplies, they can cause health problems. Most of us know this condition by a number of names: Candidiasis is called a yeast infection in the vagina, a fungal infection in the fingernails, and thrush in the throat. What many of us do not know is that candidiasis is indeed a digestive problem.

C. albicans can colonize the digestive tract. When the colonies grow unchecked, they produce powerful toxins that are absorbed into the bloodstream. The toxins then travel throughout the body, resulting in many different symptoms. These include abdominal bloating, anxiety, constipation, diarrhea, depression, environmental sensitivities, fatigue, food sensitivities, fuzzy thinking, insomnia, low blood sugar, mood swings, PMS, recurring vaginal or bladder infections, ringing in the ears, and sensitivities to perfume, cigarettes, or fabric odors. C. albicans also affect the immure system, hormone balance, and the thought process.

C. albicans grow out of control when the friendly bacteria that keep them in check are destroyed. This can happen because of antibiotics, birth control pills, and steroid medications.

To control C. albicans, look first to your diet. Stop consuming dairy products (except yogurt), red and processed meats, yeast-based food such as breads and pastries, alcoholic beverages, dried fruits, mushrooms, and products containing sugar and vinegar. You should consume pre and probiotics (which are the food that feeds the friendly bacteria and the friendly bacteria themselves) and eat foods such as yogurt, which contain friendly bacteria. Certain foods and supplements can kill C. albicans. These include garlic and grapefruit seed extract.

According to a healthy lifestyle we will be healthy. The food you eat will effect your well being. Many diseases in humans are directly or indirectly caused by improper eating habits and malnutrition. These include, but are not limited to, deficiency diseases, caused by a lack of essential nutrients.

Additionally, several diseases are directly or indirectly impacted by dietary habits, and require very close attention to the nutrient content of food.

A extensive list of the highest content food sources of Vitamins. Minerals ,Amino acids and phyto chemicals can be found here.

https://godssecret.wordpress.com/2010/07/14/highest-concentrations-of-vitamins-minerals-amino-acids-phytochemicals-in-foods-and-their-functions/


In General to maintain digestive health avoid chemicals that are foreign to the body.

avoid aluminum in all forms it has been liked to skin conditions Alzheimers and arthritis.

Avoid storing moist foods in plastic containers as “phthalates” (plastic softeners) are carcinogenic.

Avoid processed and hydrogenated oils.

Drink plenty of good water.

Eat natures bounty in its season.

Engage in physical activity when ever possible.

Also know that much of the food we eat has been grown in depleted soil, much containing pesticides and insecticides. You will be much better off eating organically grown when you can.

Also be aware that “over-supplementation” is not the answer. There are many who take this that and the other thing and over burden their body with nutritional products that are beyond the bodies ability to assimilate, and this will burden your metabolism.

The magic word is Balance.

Our bodies are in a constant process of change. Cells die and new ones are born constantly. Daily we are facing a chemical assault from the environment, nutritional transgressions. Traumas stress and strains leave their imprint on and become imbedded in our body and mind. Negative emotions (frustrations, anger, fear and guilt) get incorporated into cellular memory and become illness, God forbid.

It is good to address each these issues with a “seasonal re-alignment”.

This can be accomplished by alignment of Skelatal symmetry through streaching, yoga and other types of body work.

Awareness of the onset of food allergies and environmental sensitivities.  You may find something has become a irritant and you will need to change your diet.

Awareness of each system and major organs. You may need to drink a herbal tea to boost the organs performance.

seasonal re-alignment”. is generally a 3 month recharge program to restore health strength and longevity.

This is only advice, consult your doctor concerning any medical problems


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