4.) Foods to Avoid/Limit because they have no nutritional value and cause major health problems:
3.) red meat
7.) fried foods
8.) processed food
9.) fast food
10.) frozen food
According to Daniel in the Old Testament anyone who follows the above steps for just ten days will see tremendous health benefits.
"But Daniel made up his mind that he would not defile himself with the king’s choice food or with the wine which he drank; so he sought permission from the commander of the officials that he might not defile himself." Daniel 1:8 NASB
“Please test your servants for ten days, and let us be given some vegetables to eat and water to drink." Daniel 1:12 NASB
See this knowledge is as old as the hills. Wake up or die.
How to Cure Diabetes, Insomnia, Stress, High Blood Pressure and more
By Christopher R Rice
I've been writing for thirty five years, rooting out evil and corruption, fighting the powers that be. Proving time and again that everything they tell us is garbage and designed to keep the poor poorer and the rich richer. But I've neglected my most important gift.
My sister-in-law who is very anti-marijuana/drug was complaining about stress and insomnia. My current girl friend had type 2 diabetes and ulcers when we met but no longer requires any medication for either. Her brother had high blood pressure and a friend suffered from bad bouts of anxiety and I was able to help all of them and I can help you too. It will not cost you a dime and there are no drugs or side effects.
This is called the "breathing exercise" and can be looked up at WebMD and many other respected websites with any SE (search engine). But I compiled 8 different techniques to increase its effectiveness and this only takes a few minutes.
There is a short version that can be done anywhere but for the full effect,
1.) lay down, relax
2.) take off your shoes and socks and loosen any tight clothing
3.) focus and then scrunch up every muscle in your body starting at your forehead and working down
4.) go through each muscle, first scrunch, then release each muscle from head to toe
5.) picture yourself on clouds or on an elevator going down
6.) as you come down start counting backwards from 10
7.) take in deep breaths through your nose and focus on your breathing, exhale through your mouth
8.) as you count backwards you are going down another floor on your imaginary elevator
9.) each floor you are more relaxed, more calm, more serene
10.) until you reach the bottom, first floor and you are your most relaxed and calm ever
This exercise can be shortened down to be done anywhere, even while you are driving to cure "road-rage" or just help calm your nerves for all of that traffic.
This exercise will lower your blood pressure, cure insomnia, stress, anxiety and help keep your skin clear and smooth.
But I also know how to cure diabetes and more. All of my free health tips below
Look if you go to the doctor and complain about high blood pressure what does he do? He prescribes you pills that have side effects and cure nothing they only treat the problems and that is not medicine, that is how you make a huge profit off of sick people. Because the doctors never tell you what you need to do to stay healthy in the first place because they only make money off of sick people, I'm going to tell you the whole naked truth for free and the best part you do not need to buy any equipment or health food. Just like the exercise above you can do all of this for free with no doctors required. If you are diabetic and test your sugars every day or have high blood pressure and check your BP you will watch those numbers drop until they are normal. And they will stay normal as long as you do these simple things....
1.) Walking Cures: Diabetes, insomnia, obesity, high blood pressure
By Dr. Mercola
If you want to add seven years to your lifespan, set aside 20 to 25 minutes for a daily walk. This simple habit, which can also arguably be one of the most enjoyable parts of your day, has been found to trigger an anti-aging process and even help repair old DNA.
The research, presented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress, followed 69 people between the ages of 30 and 60. Those who engaged in daily moderate exercise, such as a brisk walk or jog, high-intensity interval training (HIIT), and strength training experienced anti-aging benefits that could add an additional three to seven years to your life.1
The researchers recommended a 20-minute daily walk to reap these benefits.
Part of what makes walking so beneficial is that when you’re walking you can’t be sitting. Sitting for more than eight hours a day is associated with a 90 percent increased risk of type 2 diabetes, along with increased risks of heart disease, cancer, and all-cause mortality.
One study found that walking for two miles a day or more can cut your chances of hospitalization from a severe episode of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) by about half.
Another study found that daily walking reduced the risk of stroke in men over the age of 60.9 Walking for at least an hour or two could cut a man’s stroke risk by as much as one-third, and it didn’t matter how brisk the pace was.
Taking a three-hour long walk each day slashed the risk by two-thirds. Walking has additional benefits as well, including to your mood. Walking triggers your body to release natural pain-killing endorphins, and the more steps people take during a day, the better their mood tends to be.
Walking is even known to improve sleep, support your joint health, improve circulation, and reduce the incidence of disability in those over 65.
Once you’ve eased into a daily walk, you can turn it into a high-intensity workout of sorts, which may be especially beneficial if you’re elderly or unable to engage in other forms of high-intensity workouts.
One program created by Dr. Hiroshi Nose and colleagues at the Shinshu University Graduate School of Medicine in Matsumoto, Japan consists of repeated intervals of three minutes of fast walking, aiming for an exertion level of about six or seven on a scale of one to 10, followed by three minutes of slow strolling. As reported by The New York Times:13
“In their original experiment, the results of which were published in 2007, walkers between the ages of 44 and 78 completed five sets of intervals, for a total of 30 minutes of walking at least three times a week. A separate group of older volunteers walked at a continuous, moderate pace, equivalent to about a 4 on the same exertion scale.
After five months, the fitness and health of the older, moderate group had barely improved. The interval walkers, however, significantly improved aerobic fitness, leg strength, and blood-pressure readings.”
While you’re getting in the habit of a daily walk, choose a spot that’s suitable for barefoot walking – like a grassy park or sandy beach – and give it a try. In addition to the physical benefits of walking, walking barefoot allows your body to absorb free electrons from the Earth through the soles of your feet, a practice known as grounding.
These electrons have powerful antioxidant effects that can protect your body from inflammation and its many well-documented health consequences. For example, one scientific review published in the Journal of Environmental and Public Health concluded that grounding (walking barefoot on the earth) could improve a number of health conditions.
So to recap, walking daily is excellent. Walking daily for 10,000 steps or more is even better. And if you can do so outdoors in the sunshine, and barefoot for grounding, you’ll enjoy even greater benefits. To be clear, you don’t have to do your 10,000 steps a day all at once. You can break up your daily steps into any size increments that work for you. You might walk for one hour in the early morning, 30 minutes during your lunch hour, and another hour in the evening. Or you might enjoy taking shorter 20-minute walks throughout your day.
2.) Drinking Water Cures: migraines, gastritis, ulcers, kidney stones, cardiovascular disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, backaches, and osteoporosis
The health benefits of water have been accepted by medical experts across the globe. It is the most abundant compound present on this earth. All living forms, in some of the other form, require water for their metabolic activities. It plays a vital role in our body and it is impossible to imagine the existence of an individual without water. The human body contains 2/3 water by weight. Blood, muscles, brain matter, and bones are also composed of 83%, 75%, 74%, and 22% of water, respectively.
Water plays an essential role in the functioning of the circulatory, respiratory, excretory, and nervous systems, along with metabolic reactions, maintenance of skin components, and a prevention of a number of disorders.
The human body maintains a pH range of 7.35-7.45 for proper physiological processes. An acidic shift may lead to sickness and an inability of the body to assimilate vitamins and minerals. Thus, it should be above the value of 7, which is favorable to the body’s oxygen uptake, higher energy levels, and a better immune response to diseases. This is attainable by consuming lots of water.
According to the research conducted by the Linus Pauling Institute, individuals drinking adequate amounts of water have reduced risks of osteoporosis and hip fractures.
Water is the carrier of oxygen, nutrients, and hormones to the body parts and also provides a medium for the removal of toxins, dead cells, and waste material. The proteins and enzymes involved in various fundamental processes also require water for their proper functioning.
The back of our body rests on the spinal cord. The spinal disk core is made up of a large volume of water and dehydration, which leads to back pain in many individuals.
According to the International Kidney Stone Institute, 2 liters or 10 glasses must be consumed each day to prevent the formation of kidney stones. Water is the best solvent and this property does not allow salts and minerals to accumulate to form stones, as the salt reaching kidney gets diluted and eliminated in the urine.
Water can prevent cardiovascular disorders to a large degree. It maintains the proper viscosity of blood and plasma and fibrinogen distribution. Therefore, adequate hydration of vascular components is advisable.
Joints in the human body are prone to continuous friction and weathering. These can be maintained in proper shape by the intake of proper amounts of water. A decrease in water consumption may lead to rheumatoid arthritis.
Constipation, heartburn, migraine, gastritis, and ulcers can all be prevented by drinking modest amounts of water routinely.
3.) Eating Vegetables Cures: diabetes, heart disease, stroke and certain cancers
By Dr. Mercola
Low in calories, high in fiber, and with almost all the vitamins and minerals your body needs, vegetables are a nutritional cornerstone. While many think vegetables equate to a few leaves of lettuce and some tomatoes, there's a wide variety of veggies available, and you can use them in a number of different ways.
In addition to eating them raw in a salad, many can be lightly steamed or cooked, and you can boost your consumption by juicing them, or add them to stews and soups. Homegrown sprouts and fermented vegetables are other options that can significantly improve your diet.
Fermenting is one of the best ways to turn ordinary vegetables into superfoods. The culturing process produces beneficial microbes that are extremely important for health as they help balance your intestinal flora, thereby boosting overall immunity.
Fermented foods are also some of the best chelators and detox agents available, meaning they can help rid your body of a wide variety of toxins, including heavy metals.
Since most veggies aren't very calorie-dense, they should ideally constitute the bulk of your diet by volume. Tragically, very few actually get a healthy amount of veggies in their diet. As noted by Time magazine,1 vegetable consumption has actually declined over the past five years.
"About half of the total U.S. population eats less than 1.5 cups of vegetables a day. And a whopping 87 percent don't reach the recommended minimum goal of 2 to 3 cups a day."
Courtesy of their higher water and phytochemical content, vegetables help produce that healthy "glow."
Low in net carbs (total carbs minus fiber) and high in fiber, eating plenty of vegetables can help you lose and manage your weight in more ways than one.
Fiber also helps improve metabolic markers such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and blood sugar; helps protect your heart and cardiovascular health, and appears to reduce mortality from all causes.
Constipation is one of the most common bowel problems, impacting nearly 1 in 5 Americans at any given time.
It's uncomfortable, and can cause bloating and painful cramps.
The fiber and water in vegetables can help prevent this scenario, and promotes optimal gut health in general by nourishing beneficial gut bacteria.
Vegetables help boost energy levels, especially if you cut out net carbs and processed foods at the same time.
Eating fruits and vegetables was also related to greater self-reported curiosity and creativity — traits associated with happiness.
Recent research shows higher vegetable intake can also help you feel calmer and improves your mental well-being.
Vegetables help reduce your risk for many chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, stroke and certain cancers.
In one recent study, eating just over one extra serving of leafy greens a day reduced the risk of type 2 diabetes by 14 percent.
Researchers have discovered that a gene called T-bet — which is essential for producing critical immune cells in your gut — is activated by leafy green vegetables.
Vegetables contain an array of antioxidants and other disease-fighting compounds that are very difficult to get anywhere else. Plant chemicals called phytochemicals can reduce inflammation and eliminate carcinogens, while others regulate the rate at which your cells reproduce, get rid of old cells, and maintain DNA integrity. Many of the benefits associated with vegetables are due to the natural pigments in the food.
While it's advisable to eat all the "colors of the rainbow," purple foods tend to stand out above the crowd, courtesy of their potent antioxidants called anthocyanins. Research has linked anthocyanins to a reduced risk for a number of diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, and neurological dysfunction and decline.
They also help prevent obesity and diabetes, in part by inhibiting certain enzymes in your digestive tract, and by supporting healthy blood sugar control. They also have potent anti-inflammatory effects, which helps explain their protective effects against chronic disease. Deep red and blue foods — including all berries and cherries — are also loaded with beneficial antioxidants. Vegetables high in anthocyanins include:
Vegetables are also a key component if you want to reduce your risk of cancer. Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage, appear to be particularly important, and have been repeatedly shown to help prevent certain cancers by inhibiting cancer cell growth and promoting apoptosis (cell death). According to Olga Azarenko, a scientist at the UC Santa Barbara laboratories, whose research shows how the healing power of these vegetables works at the cellular level:15
"Breast cancer, the second leading cause of cancer deaths in women, can be protected against by eating cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage and near relatives of cabbage such as broccoli and cauliflower. These vegetables contain compounds called isothiocyanates which we believe to be responsible for the cancer-preventive and anti-carcinogenic activities in these vegetables."
Broccoli, and even more so broccoli sprouts, contain the highest amounts of isothiocyanates.
If you struggle getting enough vegetables into your diet, try juicing, and add sprouts. Sprouts are exceptionally packed with nutrients, including antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and enzymes that protect against free radical damage, so in terms of volume you can get away with eating far less.
The content of vitamins and essential fatty acids increase dramatically during the sprouting process. Sunflower seed and pea sprouts tend to top the list of all the seeds that you can sprout and are typically each about 30 times more nutritious than organic vegetables you can even harvest in your backyard garden.
The quality of the protein and the fiber content of beans, nuts, seeds and grains also improve when sprouted because minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, bind to protein, making them more bioavailable. Sprouts can also contain up to 100 times more enzymes than raw fruits and vegetables, allowing your body to extract more vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fats from other foods.
Sprouts support healthy cell regeneration, and have an alkalinizing effect on your body that is thought to protect against disease, including cancer (as many tumors are acidic). Abundantly rich in oxygen, sprouts also help protect against viruses and bacteria that cannot survive in an oxygen-rich environment.
See what Oprah has to share about sprouts:
Sprouts are the ultimate locally-grown food, and can easily be grown in your own kitchen, so you know exactly what you're eating. Another boon is their low cost.
One of the benefits of sprouts is that you can grow them year-round, even when it's cold and dark.
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