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What the Health

You may have heard about the documentary What the Health. It’s well worth watching – for free, with subtitles, at youtube. Check out what doctors and researchers with decades of experience in nutrition have to say about cancer, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, dementia… The good news: You can help yourself today.

Caregivers for Alzheimer’s

Three regrets of a loving Alzheimer’s caregiver

Brain fog and depression

 

How is your digestive tract? How long since you did any detoxing? How close to a vegan sos dietstyle are you (no salt, no sugar, no oil)?

You can always go back to low salt and oil when you are free of depression and brain fog…

Here are a few reminders from a medical specialist: Read more…

Cher, collagen and joints

An article on the Dr Oz formula for skin and wrinkles that everyone is crazy about (and that wonderful photo of Cher!) made me wonder whether it would help increase collagen around joints (knees, hips, ankles)…

Collagen grows, if the right nutrients are provided, but very slowly.

I haven’t tried the creams and know nothing about them. For facial treatment, Dr Oz recommends using both together. Vegans would need to read up on the ingredients… VEGAN ALERT – read on.

  • Click here for info on the ingredients in the Cellogica Day and Night cream, which stimulates collagen production through vitamin C. [Vegans: It contains glicerine – animal based?? Also contains plant stem cells and human stem cells]
  • Click here for info on the ingredients of Rapid Repair Eye Serum – containing hyaluronic acid, which binds moisture. [Vegans: It contains Superoxide dismutase – SOD is commercially obtained from bovine liver, horseradish, cantaloupe and by fermenting certain bacteria]

A friend just wrote in to say she ordered both products and found they are full of unhealthy ingredients. She threw them away! Ah well…

Changing ourselves by changing the brain

Yes, it sounds like Resonance Repatterning!

It’s nice to find articles out there in the internet mainstream, addressing the ways one can approach self-transformation.

Anti-aging foods

Here’s a personal short list from an article about foods that fight aging:

  • cacao beans for “cocoa flavinol”, which reverses cognitive aging (delicious ground up in smoothies or sesame seed “chocolate truffles”)
  • blueberries and other brightly coloured fruits and veggies to reduce inflammation and stress
  • almonds and other foods for magnesium
  • tomatoes for phytochemicals and antioxidants
  • flaxseeds to reduce cellular inflammation and omega-3s (Grind fresh)
  • walnuts for omega-3s and to improve memory and learning skills (Remember the shape of a whole walnut and the shape of the human brain – makes sense they’re linked for good brain health)
  • natto (Japanese fermented soybeans from Asian markets) for vit K2
  • spinach for antioxidants and phytochemicals (Eat it fresh – it loses 50% of antioxidants after 4 days)
  • chia seeds for omega-3s and anti-inflammatory properties
  • green tea for antioxidants and better brain connectivity
  • black beans – a top anti-aging anti-inflammatory food (also other legumes/beans like pinto beans and aduki beans etc.)
  • onions and garlic for those who can handle them (I can’t)
  • turmeric is powerful – take with coconut oil and black pepper to increase bio-availability – concentrated anti-inflammatory and antioxidants, good for memory
  • black pepper for piperine (healthy brain function) and antioxidants

Good to have these several times a week if not daily. For the original article, including non-veg foods, see Foods that fight aging.

It’s cheap, it’s easy to use, it works

A friend of ours swears by French green clay – calcium bentonite. He uses “green clay” for everything. Takes it internally. Uses it externally for anything that comes along – insect bites, mosquitoes, burns… pimples, itchy scalp, falling hair… Anything from a sore throat or a headache to a tumour and radiation.

What he likes best about it: it’s cheap, it’s easy to use and it works. He was so enthusiastic (and healthy) it got us interested and we’re now on our way to becoming committed living clay users!

Some ways to use it Read more…

The “Oil Pull”

This is a traditional Russian remedy that’s very powerful for pulling toxins out of your system. You need organic cold-pressed sunflower oil – and you do it on an empty stomach (early morning or before meals).

How To: Put 1 tbsp of the oil in your mouth and slowly swish it around from side to side, through the teeth, etc. Continue for as long as you can (15-20 minutes is ideal). Then spit out the oil and thoroughly rinse your mouth and spit again. If the oil is yellow, you haven’t done it long enough; the oil will be white and watery when you’re done.

The swishing motion of the oil stimulates production of enzymes. The enzymes draw toxins out of your blood and your saliva. (It’s possible that any oil would work – sesame, coconut… Sunflower is used in Russia because it’s available locally, I imagine.)

Don’t swallow any of the oil – it’s full of toxic matter. After you’ve finished swishing, keep rinsing with water, using your index finger to rub the teeth and gums. Clean the sink after, to get rid of the toxic microbes etc.

Dr F. Karach has used the oil pull for acute and chronic diseases, including migraines, bronchitis, diseased teeth, arterial thrombosis, blood disorders (even leukemia), arthritis, neurological issues, paralysis, eczema, gastroenteritis, peritonitis, heart disease, kidney disease, meningitis, hormonal disorders. Read more…

Altzheimer’s: preparing now

A couple of pieces of advice from cutting-edge research on Altzheimer’s prevention:

  • eat coconut oil [organic] every day – 2 tbsp
  • avoid all gluten foods

I’m thrilled – these are things I do anyway!

More info in the coming weeks as we (my sister) sort through the material and distill out the do-able essentials.

Anthea G, Repatterning Sessions: 623-465-4733

Health Impact News

I found Health Impact News when I stumbled on an issue that is becoming more and more common, it seems: Medical Kidnapping.

Health Impact News may tune you in to health issues you would like to be aware of but won’t come across in conventional media.

I’m bookmarking it here.

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