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Genetics does not have to dictate my health.

Hello, my name is Lydia. I believe the best way to predict my future is to create it. To do that, I make it a habit to improve my health.

My goal is to maximize my physical performance and mental clarity, body composition, and most importantly my overall health with a wholesome diet and exercise.

Why am I so concerned, you may ask. My motivation came from watching my mother suffer from numerous illnesses. Her life was regulated by when she had to take her drugs.

I have been retired for a while and I have yet to experience any of her illnesses. I attribute that to eating a wholesome diet and exercise.

I supplement my diet with high-quality vitamins, mineral supplements.

In my posts, I focus on two diets: the Ketogenic (Low-Carb /Atkins) and GAPS (Gut and Psychology / Physiology Syndrome) diets.

My exercise of choice is Dr. Doug McGuff’s Super Slow High-Intensity Exercise Program that I do for 15 minutes, once a week. Here is the link to the PDF version of his book https://ia801905.us.archive.org/23/items/BodyByScience/Body%20by%20Science.pdf

If there any subject that you would like me explore please email me at lpolstra@sympatico.ca

Please join me as I explore the latest and compelling studies on both subjects.

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MISLEADING HEADLINE: Low and high-carb diets can both raise risk of early death, new study finds

The headline may grab your attention but it is misleading.

https://www.afr.com/lifestyle/low-and-highcarb-diets-can-both-raise-risk-of-early-death-new-study-finds-20180817-h143ys

The study actually says:

“Low-carb diets that replace carbohydrates with protein or fat are gaining widespread popularity as a health and weight loss strategy,” said study leader Dr Sara Seidelmann, from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston.

“However, our data suggests that animal-basedlow carbohydrate diets might be associated with shorter overall lifespan and should be discouraged.  NOTE: It is animal-based, with no vegetables.

“If one chooses to follow a low carbohydrate diet, then exchanging carbohydrates for more plant-based fats and proteins might actually promote healthy ageing in the long term.”

In my opinion, that means consuming plant-based fats such as olive oil, palm and coconut oil, nuts, and avocados and seeds.

The headline may grab your attention but it is misleading.

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May you Live Long Healthy.

Yours truly,

Lydia Polstra

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Can you get your child off medication? What are the roots of good health?

This the last of the 4 part series on GAPS by Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride.

So many parents have CHILDREN ON MEDICATION of some sort, they may be asthma medications, maybe antihistamines. They’re afraid now that if they you know if they stop those medications that their children will become very sick or die.

What would you what would you tell those parents are afraid to move away from medications?

MCBRIDE: You’re absolutely right, medications are unnatural.It is not a good idea to medicate your child particularly permanently and for a long period of time.

So introduce the gaps diet, which is described in great detail in my book and on the website. (See the links below.)

Introduce the diet. Start getting your child healthier and better because children in the modern world are malnourished.  They do not get enough nutrition from the processed foods. So you need to nourish your child and you need to do a lot of healing in the digestive tract and that’s what gaps nutrition protocol will accomplish for you.

If a medication is necessary, if when it is stopped and there are symptoms returning, then you can start the diet first and then gradually reduce the medication and stop it because the body will be strong by then by that point to take that change and to get rid of the medication.

INTERVIEWER: Now also I just like to touch on what you mentioned earlier. We talked about getting to the ROOTS OF ISSUES and maybe you can talk a little bit about that.

MCBRIDE: As I say our gut holds the roots of our health. If you have a tree with sick roots, that tree is not going to thrive. The same happens with the human body.

If the gut is sick, if it is unhealthy, then the rest of the body cannot function. You will wilt. You will die. You will just keep wilting away for many years going from one sickness to the next. As long as the roots stay sick. So gaps nutritional protocol focuses on healing the roots of your health.

When you look under the microscope and the roots of the plant and at the microvilli and villi in the digestive tract of the human being, they look very similar.  The roots of the plant derived the nutritional protection from the soil around them.

Well, the surprise is that the gut flora inside us is the soil around our roots.The gut flora is made out of microbes and the same with healthy soil. Healthy soil is largely made out of microbes and it’s these microbes and all the organic matter that they are processing is like soil inside us inside our digestive system.

And the recent research has shown that about 90% of all genetic material and all cells in human body is our gut flora, our soil. We’re only a shell, we’re only 10%. We provide a habitat for this soil and we ignore that part of our physiology at our peril. It’s a very, very important part.

Unfortunately our modern lifestyles are full of antibiotics and full of pesticides and fertilizers and various other chemicals that we keep pouring into our bodies. They destroy the soil. They unbalance it inside us they kill off a lot of microbes in it and that means some other microbes which we used to be controlled by these microbes overgrow and start causing damage and start causing trouble and your roots become sick, the roots of your health and that means the rest of your body cannot function well you have to attend to the root first.

To learn more please click on the links below.

Website: http://www.gapsdiet.com/

Book: Gut and Psychology Syndrome https://www.amazon.ca/Psychology-Syndrome-D-D-D-H-D-Schizophrenia/dp/0954852028

 
Next week I will post more about the “Roots of the Tree” from her book, Gut and Psychology Syndrome.
 
In the past few weeks I posted the following:
Part 1: Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) – What is GAPS?
Part 2: GAPS: Heal yourself with means natural means
Part 3: GAPS Getting In Touch With The Body’s Wisdom. How Modern Foods Pervert the senses.
The transcript was not published, I typed it up. Please email me if you would like a copy.
Disclaimer: The content of this email is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice. Use of recommendations is at the choice and risk of the reader.
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I welcome your comments and suggestions.
May you Live Long Healthy.
Yours truly,
Lydia Polstra
416-428-5285
lpolstra@sympatico.ca

GAPS Part 3: Getting In Touch With The Body’s Wisdom. How Modern Foods Pervert the senses.

Dr. McBride says, we live in a world of huge amounts of nutritional information.

The following is a condensed transcript captured from the video.

She goes on to say, people are confused. What you have to understand is that your own body has been designed by nature through billions of years.

Your body is infinitely wiser and cleverer (than modern science) and it knows what it needs.

Mother Nature gave us senses. It gave us a desire for food. It gave us a sense of taste and a sense of smell, a sense of satisfaction from food. Mother Nature knows and your body knows the composition of foods on this planet.

So your body knows, at every moment of you life, what it needs and what composition of nutrients it needs right now. And it will give you a desire for food that has that exactly composition. So whenever you are ready to eat, just ask yourself a simple question: what would I love to eat right now?  And it will pop into your head immediately. You would know what you want to eat.

But before eating it, smell it first, taste it first. It would smell divine to you and it would taste divine to you, because that is what your body wants. And when you have eaten it, you will a satisfaction because that what your body will say, Ahhh, because I got what I wanted.

A couple of hours later your metabolism will change, … you will love to eat something else, because that food would feed your metabolism much better at that moment in life.

So it is important to listen to our senses and to develop them. The trouble is people disconnected themselves from their senses.

And they try to dictate to their body from their mind, because they have read some article somewhere, or they have seen the food pyramid or because they talked to some expert.

The trouble is that because people got disconnected from their senses quite a lot. The senses were perverted a little bit.

Take for example, a sense of smell, because people use so many synthetic odors now, all your washing powders and your perfumes and the air fresheners and all sorts of other smelly chemicals. They can alter your sense of smell because you got only so many receptors in your nose to smell.

And if you are using constantly a particular chemical, for example, if you are using a particularly scented laundry detergent, you are wearing the clothes all day long. You are sleeping on the bed smelling of the same thing. You are using the towels, which smells of the same thing, your receptors in your nose get all occupied by that particular chemical, so new potions of chemicals coming in, you don’t smell anymore.

You don’t realize how your clothes smell; you don’t realize how your bedding smells. And when you try to smell food you can’t smell it anymore because your receptors in your nose are occupied.

So it is very important to clear your environment of smelly things, particularly unnatural smells: chemicals smells, laundry detergent smells, and air fresheners and perfumes and deodorants and all sorts of other smelly things.

And it will take a week or two for your receptors in the nose to clean themselves up and then your sense of smell will return. It will serve you very nicely the way it is supposed to. And the way it was designed to in the choice of foods.

It is the same with the sense of taste. Processed foods have got chemicals added to them deliberately to make them addictive. There is a whole industry, within the food industry, which manufacturers addictive chemicals, because the manufacturers of food want you to get addicted to what they produce, to processed foods. And they alter your sense of taste in the mouth.

So when you stop eating processed foods your sense of taste returns.Return to eating only the food that Mother Nature provides, your true sense of taste will return. And it becomes the real true sense of taste that you are suppose to have.

There is an article that I have written on this subject called, “One Man’s Meat Is Another Man’s Poison”. And it is on my blog on the Internet called, http://www.doctor-natasha.com

This Part 3 of a 4 part series:

Here is the link to the 6 minute video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bS4FFoz1xBo

 Here are the links to the past postings:

Part 1: Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) – What is GAPS?

https://2healthyhabits.wordpress.com/2018/07/20/gut-and-psychology-syndrome-gaps-what-is-gaps/

Part 2: GAPS: Heal yourself with means natural means

https://2healthyhabits.wordpress.com/2018/07/27/gaps-heal-yourself-with-means-natural-means/

This week’s posting is:

Part 3: GAPS Getting In Touch With The Body’s Wisdom. How Modern Foods Pervert the senses. The full transcript was not published, I typed it up. Please email me if you would like a copy.

August 17th, I will post:

GAPS Part 4: Dr Natasha Campbell McBride. Can you get your child off medication? What are the roots of good health?

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Yours truly,

Lydia Polstra

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GAPS diet generally is not a Ketogenic diet.

It is my desire to follow the GAPS diet for nutritional healing of the gut and therefore the brain and the rest of the body.  I will also use the macros of the Ketogenic diet to control body fat.

This week I have to reevaluate those macros with the GAPS diet.  Read on to understand why.

Dr. Natasha McBride writes, “in my opinion, what unites all these diets (Ketogenic, MCT, Modified Atkins and Low Glycemic Index Treatment (LGIT) diets) is the low carbohydrate content, in particular the exclusion of heavy starchy complex carbohydrates.

The GAPS diet does the same: all starch and complex carbohydrates are removed.

As we have discussed in this book (Gut and Psychology Syndrome, see Footnote 2), carbohydrates, particularly starch and refined sugars, feed pathogens in the body: in the gut and everywhere else. By severely restricting carbohydrates in the diet the activity of pathogens in the body is also severely restricted. Footnote 3.

Here is the truth: the vast majority of all cells in the body use fats as a source of energy: your heart, your muscles, your inner organs, etc. Whenever fat is used as a source of energy ketone bodies are created.”

GAPS diet generally is not a Ketogenic diet.Every person needs to find the right individual balance between meats and vegetables. If you are predominantly malnourished you need to have more building foods, which are animal foods. If you are predominantly toxic, then you need to eat more vegetables for a while.

I updated my blog as result of Dr. McBride’s message and my own experience. The update is posted here and in this Post dated March 17, 2018.

Protein reduction is the best way to slow aging and chronic diseases.

https://2healthyhabits.wordpress.com/2018/03/17/protein-reduction-is-the-best-way-to-slow-aging-and-chronic-diseases/

UPDATE: After living at 42 grams of carbs per day for several weeks, I decided to increase my protein intake.

My exercise program is the Super-Slow High-Intensity exercise workout by Dr. McGuff, which builds muscle during the recovery period between workouts. This building of muscle requires protein.

I increased my protein intake from 1 gram to 1.5 grams per lean body mass (from 42 to 70 grams per day). As a result, I feel stronger and I have increased the weights I am lifting at the gym.

I did this based on what I read on page 60 of the book, The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living (footnote 4) by Drs. Volek and Phinney, which says, ” generations of power athletes have made the empirical observation that they train and compete better on proportionately hight protein intakes (e.g., 1.5 to 2.5 grams per kg.).

Footnote 1: Source: GAPS book page 82.

Footnote 2: GAPS Book available at Amazon https://www.amazon.ca/Psychology-Syndrome-D-D-D-H-D-Schizophrenia/dp/0954852028?th=1&psc=1&source=googleshopping&locale=en-CA&tag=googcana-20&ref=pd_sl_8uuxbf85qn_e

Footnote 3: Source http://www.gaps.me/faqs.php

Footnote 4:  The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living  https://www.amazon.ca/Art-Science-Low-Carbohydrate-Living/dp/0983490708/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1533320651&sr=1-1&keywords=The+Art+and+Science+of+Low+Carbohydrate+Living

Next week, I will complete the series with Part 3: Getting Touch with the Body’s Wisdom. In it this video she talks about how your body tells you what to eat and when.

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May you Live Long Healthy.

Yours truly,

Lydia Polstra

416-428-5285

lpolstra@sympatico.ca

GAPS: Heal yourself with means natural means.

In this video Dr. Natasha explains when you should see a mainstream doctor and how the body can kick-start its own healing process for many degenerative diseases – even when things seem hopeless. (This video is Part 2 of 3 videos.)

Here is the link:

GAPS Pt. 2: Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYTCids0dXE&pbjreload=10

INTERVIEWER: I don’t think I’ve ever heard so many medical issues explained so clearly and a connection made so clearly as I did yesterday in your session. Why don’t we hear more?

Please see last week’s 2healthyhabits post for Part 1:

https://2healthyhabits.wordpress.com/2018/07/20/gut-and-psychology-syndrome-gaps-what-is-gaps/

DR. NATASHA MCBRIDE:  Well mainstream medicine has its own priorities in its own aims, which can be very different from what the individual might want.

Mainstream medicine has its place in healing. There are all sorts of forms of healing. Mainstream medicine has its place. If you got run over by a car for example, you don’t want to be taken to a homeopath or to nutritionists. You need mainstream medicine and fast.

So mainstream medicine is very good for dealing with extreme and emergency situations. They can repair you quite quickly.

But when it comes to chronic degenerative conditions, mainstream medicine doesn’t have much to offer to the patient’s, because the way it’s designed, the way it’s structured and the way it’s run, it is not interested anymore in finding out what actually causes the disorder.

And secondly, because they don’t know what causes most of these conditions. How do you treat it?

They only can deal with the symptoms, the details of the problem. To try to remove that symptom, remove this symptom.

But symptoms have a purpose.How else is your body going to tell you that there is a problem inside? It’s going tell you through symptoms, through pain, through inflammation, through some other symptoms, through swelling in that place and limitation of the movement in that place.

So when you get symptoms it’s your own body calling for help to you.

But what our mainstream medicine is designed to do is to deal with the symptoms to remove the symptoms. So they’re basically telling the body be quiet.  Stop calling for help and suffer in silence.  When that happens long enough, because the problem hasn’t been dealt with inside the body, it causes much more damage than they would’ve done if it was dealt with earlier and the person comes up with a much more severe condition later on when the symptomatic measures don’t work anymore.

So at the end of the day a human body is a marvellous, marvellous machine.  It has been designed by nature in a perfect way.  It can heal itself, it knows what it’s doing.  It is restructuring itself all the time and it’s self-regenerating all the time. Old cells get shed off all the time and replaced by newly born cells.

So all the body really needs is good food and removing the damaging substances.

It is within your body, the power to heal is within your body.

That’s what I teach people to do take the power back to yourself.  Heal yourself with your own body and your own means natural means and heal your children and heal your family the same way.  That works.

INTERVIEWER:  That is one thing that really stood out for me yesterday was, so many people have started to think of their body as you know broken deficient or the children’s body that way and your message is really one of empowerment.

DR. NATASHA MCBRIDE:Absolutely.

Take the power back to you. So don’t give it away to anyone. No matter how well position that person might be, no matter how much an expert or something rather they position themselves to be.  Your own body is infinitely clever.

Next week I will post Part 3: Dr. Natasha talks about the healing wisdom of our bodies.

 It is my desire to follow the GAPS diet for nutritional healing of the gut and therefore the brain and the rest of the body.  I will also use the macros of the Ketogenic diet to control body fat. Thank you for reading my Posts. It will be an interesting journey.

Disclaimer: The content of this email is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice. Use of recommendations is at the choice and risk of the reader.

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May you Live Long Healthy.

Yours truly,

Lydia Polstra

416-428-5285

lpolstra@sympatico.ca

Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) – What is GAPS?

In this video, Dr Natasha Campbell McBride – author of Gut And Psychology Syndrome talks about her personal experience as the mother of an autistic child and how the GAPS protocol can help heal psychological and physiological disease.
 
This from the transcript of Part 1 of 3 videos. Here is the link to part 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epkFl5qaYEU
 
Dr. McBride: It is a personal story like with many other mainstream doctors. In order for us to move into the alternative field we have to have some personal reason for it.
 
My first child was diagnosed autistic at the age of 3. That threw me into a very steep learning curve when I discovered that my own profession had nothing to offer my child.
 
As a result of that search as of now he’s a healthy young adult with no traces of autism left. He’s leading a normal life. He’s driving a car. He’s got a girlfriend. He’s going to university. So everything is absolutely fine.
 
As that start learning curve progressed, GAPS got developed, gut and psychology syndrome. As the name implies it establishes a connection between the functioning of the digestive system and the functioning of the brain in the person because that contact is very, very tight. What’s happening in the digestive system doesn’t just affect the brain. It affects everything else in the body.
 
So the second part of GAPS syndrome has gut and physiology syndrome which includes all sorts of physical conditions such as autoimmunity, multiple sclerosis and diabetes type 1, and rheumatoid arthritis includes the diseases of low energy, supply low energy production such as fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome and ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) and allergies and all types of arthritis and all sorts of other physical conditions.
 
When we talk about gut and psychology syndrome we talk about the function of the brain. Here we talk about autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and dyslexia and dyspraxia and various other mixtures of learning behavioral and social problems in children and adults. That also includes psychiatric conditions such as bipolar disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder in schizophrenia and eating disorders and addictions and epilepsy.
 
So when we talk about gut and psychology and gut and physiology syndrome we talk about the roots of our health because the roots of the human health are embedded in the digestive tract.
 
It’s a digestive tract that feeds us and nurtures us and nourishes us and looks after us. In these people (GAPS people) because they develop abnormal gut flora their digestive system instead of being a source of nourishment for them becomes a major source of toxicity in the body.
 
Foods don’t get digested properly so the person develops multiple nutritional deficiencies. The gut lining itself deteriorates becomes porous and leaky and lets through partially digested foods When this partially digested foods are found in the bloodstream by the immune system, the immune system attacks them it recognizes them as foreign substances.
 
The person starts developing food allergies and intolerances to all sorts of foods. It’s not due to the problem with the food itself is due to the fact that their gut lining is like a sieve.
 
So the treatment has to be focusing on the gut lining on healing and sealing the gut lining. In these people their gut flora gets taken over by pathogenic microbes: pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungi, worms, parasites all sorts of things.
 
These pathogens digest food that comes home in their own way converting it into hundreds and hundreds of very toxic substances. These toxic substances are absorbed through the damaged gut lining into the bloodstream and get distributed around the body.
 
When they get in the brain they impair the brain function. When they get into joints they cause arthritis. If they get into lungs they would cause some other disease if they get into your skin they can go psoriasis eczema or any other disease of the skin. Whatever they get to they cause trouble around the body. So that’s what in essence GAPS is.
 
In the next few weeks I will post the following videos:
 
Part 2
Dr. Natasha explains when you should see a mainstream doctor and how the body can kickstart its own healing process for many degenerative diseases – even when things seem hopeless.
 
Part 3
Dr. Natasha talks about the healing wisdom of our bodies.
 
It is my desire to follow the GAPS diet for nutritional healing of the gut and therefore the brain and the rest of the body. I will also use the macros of the Ketogenic diet to control body fat. Thank you for reading my Posts. It will be an interesting journey.
 
Disclaimer: The content of this email is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor as a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice. Use of recommendations is at the choice and risk of the reader.
If you are interested in following my postings, please click the Follow button to receive an email when the next posting is available. Hint: You may have to click the Accept and Close button before follow is available.
 
As always, I am interested in your thoughts on these topics.
May you Live Long Healthy.
Yours truly,
Lydia Polstra
416-428-5285
lpolstra@sympatico.ca

All Diseases Begin in the Gut – Hippocrates, 460-370 BC

Growing up I had to work extra hard to get over my mild case of dyslexia.  I would read the same few words over and over again and I would not understand what I read. It is a relief to know that my diet may have caused the problem.

Since I read Dr. McBride’s book, I have changed my diet dramatically. My dyslexia has much improved. Now, I enjoy reading and understanding what I am reading. Thank you Dr. McBride.

The following information is from her book: Gut and Psychology Syndrome.

 GAPS (Gut Psychology Syndrome) children and adults have digestive problems, sometimes quite severe.

 GAPS is a natural treatment for colic, bloating, flatulence, diarrhoea, constipation, feeding difficulties and malnourishment, all to various degrees, are a typical part of autism, schizophrenia and other GAPS conditions.

In the majority of cases digestive problems start at weaning time or times when breast milk gets replaced with formula milk and other foods get introduced. In those cases where an adult did not have a history of gut problems from childhood the digestive problems would start later in life due to some health-damaging event.

The second year of life is the time when many autistic GAPS and non-autistic GAPS children start developing fussy eating habits. Many GAPS children and adults prefer processed carbohydrates to the exclusion of everything else. They will only eat starchy and sweet foods: breakfast cereals, chips, popcorn, cakes, biscuits, sweets, bananas, bread, rice, sweet yoghurts.

There is an established a hypothesis of gut-brain connection. It backed by very serious scientific findings, which Dr. Natasha McBride discusses in her book, Gut and Psychology Syndrome.

There is much less published scientific data on gut problems in ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, asthma, allergy, eczema and other GAPS conditions. However, when it comes to clinical observations almost all children and adults with GAPS have digestive problems to various degrees.

Many patients have typical symptoms of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome): abdominal pain, bloating, stool abnormalities and flatulence. Some may have normal stools, but complain about malnutrition, reflux, “heartburn”, abdominal pains and flatulence.

Source:Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride MD, MMedsci(neurology), MMedSci(Nutrition) https://www.amazon.ca/Psychology-Syndrome-D-D-D-H-D-Schizophrenia/dp/0954852028

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