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The best defense against disease and viruses is a strong robust immune system. Here are some healthy tips to help increase your immune system for the up coming winter months: 1. Avoid sugar. Sugar will interfere with the immune system faster than that annoying commercial will interrupt your favorite program. To keep the immune system healthy, stay away from the white stuff. This includes, refined carbohydrates and high fructose corn syrup as well. 2. Eat your greens. Fresh greens act like a cleaner in the body that cleans the vital organs and the blood. Greens are also high in vitamins, …
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Symptoms that can be caused by acute inflammation are: runny nose, stuffy nose, sore throat, cough, illness, headaches, bowel problems (constipation or loose stool), and pain in muscles or joints. Chronic inflammatory states can lead to gum disease, cancers, heart problems or stroke, and arthritis.
All allergies can be traced to immune dysfunction and gut disturbances. Everything that we ingest passes through the digestive system and things that we put on our skin or have skin contact with, are processed through our spleen. Most people are walking around with some form of leaky gut, be it Crohn’s, IBS or simple digestive disturbances.
Dr. Schmidt is PASSIONATE about learning. He is extremely factual and will not allow generic research to sway him to a biased choice. He has attended hundreds of seminars over the past decade regarding chiropractic methods and discoveries, nutrition, muscle testing, physics, and more.
Clinical research shows that essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man, creating an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus and fungus cannot live.
Painful breasts during menstruation can often mean toxic tissue; toxic tissue can often become a breading ground for cancer.
When we’re mindful of what we eat we become more satisfied with that food. When we eat while on-the-go or in front of devices we aren’t paying attention to food.
This paper reviews the evidence linking saturated fats and sugars to CHD, and concludes that the latter is more of a problem than the former. Dietary guidelines should shift focus away from reducing saturated fat, and from replacing saturated fat with carbohydrates, specifically when these carbohydrates are refined. To reduce the burden of CHD, guidelines should focus particularly on reducing intake of concentrated sugars, specifically the fructose-containing sugars like sucrose and high-fructose corn syrup in the form of ultra-processed foods and beverages.