Helicobacter Pylori: Good and bad

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Dietary recommendations for Helicobacter pylori infection A diet based on optimum nutrition shows that genetic susceptibility to H. pylori can be modified and there is mounting scientific evidence to show that such a diet not only helps prevent acquisition of the bacteria but also protects from disease consequences in those who are infected. In one study, research on vitamin C … Read More

Food Intolerances can be Cured with IGG – Mediated Testing and Natural Medicine

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  Allergy (food and environmental)   An allergy is an adverse reaction (hypersensitivity) resulting from exposure to a normally harmless substance (allergen). This substance may be a drug, a food, or some other environmental agent such as dust, dust-mites, pets, or pollens. The reaction may manifest itself in various ways including skin rashes, sneezing, swelling of the tissue or mucous … Read More

Managing depression with therapy, healthy eating and natural medicine

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Depression  – therapy, diet and natural medicine should be the first choice before drugs Considering all the days of the last week, circle the number that best fits you for each item:   1.         I feel sad. 0 1 2 3 4 Not at all true Slightly/rarely true Moderately/occasionally true Very much/frequently true Extremely/constantly true   2.         I am not … Read More

Celiac disease and gluten intolerance

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What is celiac disease? Celiac disease is classified as an autoimmune disease where there is a hypersensitivity to the protein gluten. When a person has celiac disease, there is a 1 in 22 chance that the immediate family (brothers, sisters and grandchildren) might also be a celiac patient and should be checked frequently for celiac. These patients should follow a … Read More

Wheat addiction : “Yes and No”

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The main problem with refined carbohydrates like wheat (high GI/GL) and sugar is that they can alter the microflora (good bacteria) content in the digestive tract and that can lead to an increased energy extraction and fat deposition, change hormone secretions, cause leaky GUT and cause metabolic endotoxemia and the end results is a craving for more wheat and sugar … Read More