Healthy Gut, Healthy Human. Good Health Is Our Birth Right!

Our bodies have complete power to keep themselves healthy, to repair any damage and heal themselves.

Unfortunately, many of us pollute our bodies with processed foods and chemicals and we use and abuse our bodies with our modern self-indulgent life styles.

When the body becomes ill from this abuse, it starts calling for help. We get pain, stiffness, inflammation and other symptoms.

But, instead of listening, we get drugs to stop the pain, to stop the symptoms.

Today we suffer from epidemics of man-made degenerative diseases: Heart disease, atherosclerosis, cancer and other maladies. We created these epidemics ourselves by adulterating our food and polluting our bodies with man-made poisons.

Good health is our birth right! Let us keep that right firmly in our own hands by keeping well-informed and making correct choices!

To learn more, please watch this 14-minute video presented to the 21st International “New Scientific Outlook” World Congress by Dr. Natasha McBride, the author of:

The Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS)

 

Healthy Gut, Healthy Human

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekI4Y2OBRuw&index=6&list=PLscfI1gIXYSq8Q7vFjFv0wUFYoOdEnerX

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Metabolic Syndrome X and Hypothyroidism

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In his newsletter 01, Dr. Tennant discusses the causes of a major epidemic, Hypothyroidism.
The symptoms of the epidemic, obesity, hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, heart attacks, depression, etc. are well known.
In order to discuss hypothyroidism, we must first discuss Metabolic Syndrome X and iodine deficiency as this understanding is necessary to understand hypothyroidism.
Most doctors agree that what is called Metabolic Syndrome X is responsible for most of the illnesses.
So what is Metabolic Syndrome X?
The symptoms and features of Metabolic Syndrome X are:
1. Fasting hyperglycemia — diabetes mellitus type 2 or impaired fasting glucose, impaired glucose tolerance, or insulin resistance
2. High blood pressure
3. Central obesity (also known as visceral, male-pattern or appleshaped adiposity), overweight with fat deposits mainly around the waist
4. Decreased HDL cholesterol and elevated triglycerides
Obesity *
Obesity requires some special attention. When you are bigger around the waist than around your hips, this is called “Apple Obesity”.
This type of obesity is associated with illnesses such as heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, gall bladder disease, and cancer. When you are bigger around your hips than around your waist, this is called “Pear Obesity”. This is associated with hormonal imbalances but is not as likely to cause you heart attacks, strokes and cancer.
MSG * A major contributor to obesity is MSG. Leptin is a hormone released to tell your brain that you are full. MSG damages the brain so that it does not recognize leptin. Thus you always feel hungry. MSG is put in foods because it is addicting and it makes you want to eat more = more profits for the food manufacturers. MSG is hidden in foods by calling it “other spices”.
Additives that always contain MSG
• Monosodium Glutamate
• Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein
• Hydrolyzed Protein
• Hydrolyzed Plant Protein
• Plant Protein Extract
• Sodium Caseinate
• Calcium Caseinate
• Yeast Extract
• Textured Protein
• Autolyzed Yeast
• Hydrolyzed Oat Flour
Metabolic Syndrome is an epidemic that also includes stress, anger, heart attacks, ADHD, migraine headaches, and childhood and adult obesity with depression.
For the full article please email Lydia at lpolstra@sympatico.ca
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Dr. Tennant has been acknowledged by his peers by awarding him the following:

AMA:  American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Award.

Philip Corboy Award for contributions to ophthalmology

Pope Benedict:  Order of Saint Sylvester Award for Contributions to Medicine

Microcurrent Society:  Lifetime Achievement Award

Top 20 Alternative Doctors in America

Newsmax Health’s Top 100 Physicians Who Embrace Integrative Medicine

The Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine:  Lifetime Achievement Award

World Academy of Neural Therapy According To Huneke:  Scientific Excellence Award

And others

Heart Attack Risk is Reversible

Heart Attack is something we all fear. When it happens to the President of the American Heart Association, I sit up and take notice. Dr. Davis a practicing as an interventional cardiologist, recommends abandoning the current standard of care for coronary disease. Dr. Davis devotes his efforts to early detection and prevention.
 
In his letter Dr. Davis he states that heart attack risk is 1) quantifiable, 2) trackable, 3) stoppable and reversible.
 
Please read the article and share it with your doctor. My doctor thanked me for sharing it.
 

“Canadian researchers estimate a ban (on Trans fats) could prevent 12,000 heart attacks in Canada over 20 years.”

Health Canada trans fat ban takes effect next year.

This story was published September 15th, 2017 by CBC News.  Here is the link http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/trans-fats-1.4292241

Switching from a diet high in these polyunsaturated and refined vegetable oils (partially hydrogenated oils are Trans Fats) to one with raw or at least minimally processed medium chain fatty acids (MCT) can thus reduce our risk of cancer, heart disease, and various other diseases associated with these dangerous refined oil products. Source Natural News: https://www.naturalnews.com/029555_soybean_oil_disease.html

Where do I find these medium chain fatty acids (MCT)?  

Rich sources for commercial extraction of beneficial MCTs include palm kernel oil and coconut oil.  Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medium-chain_triglyceride

I use coconut oil for heating up foods and baking.

When buying it please look for 100% pure coconut oil that is cold-pressed to ensure the highest integrity and quality. Some suppliers mix it with vegetable oil to reduce the cost.  Their label may or may not say, “partially hydrogenated”, which is Trans Fat.

Since I do not know if the products in the store are 100% pure, I’ll stay with Silkeny.  It rich and creamy and tastes fantastic right out of the bottle.  http://www.silkeny.com/our-products/

The best way to predict your future (health) is to create it (with healthy foods today). 

 

Doctors need to know about the impact evidence-based lifestyle interventions such as diet can have on chronic conditions.

Food is medicine. “Doctors need to know about the impact evidence-based lifestyle interventions such as diet can have on chronic conditions. The healing power of diet has been underplayed and, unlike drugs, doesn’t have side-effects. If it was a pill, any company that manufactured it would make billions because the effect is so good.”

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DO YOU HAVE METABOLIC SYNDROME? If you do, learn what you can do about.

Metabolic syndrome is becoming more common due to a rise in obesity rates among adults. In the future, metabolic syndrome may overtake smoking as the leading risk factor for heart disease.
As we are getting older we are at risk of developing heart disease.
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Metabolic syndrome is the name for a group of risk factors that raises your risk for heart disease and other health problems, such as diabetes and stroke.
The term “metabolic” refers to the biochemical processes involved in the body’s normal functioning. Risk factors are traits, conditions, or habits that increase your chance of developing a disease.
 
In this article, “heart disease” refers to coronary heart disease (CHD). CHD is a condition in which a waxy substance called plaque builds up inside the coronary (heart) arteries.
 
Plaque hardens and narrows the arteries, reducing blood flow to your heart muscle. This can lead to chest pain, a heart attack, heart damage, or even death.
 
Read about the Metabolic Risk Factors in this link https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/ms
WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT
Metabolic Effects of the Very-Low-Carbohydrate Diets: Misunderstood “Villains” of Human Metabolism
During very low carbohydrate intake, the regulated and controlled production of ketone bodies causes a harmless physiological state known as dietary ketosis. Ketone bodies flow from the liver to extra-hepatic tissues (e.g., brain) for use as a fuel; this spares glucose metabolism via a mechanism similar to the sparing of glucose by oxidation of fatty acids as an alternative fuel. In comparison with glucose, the ketone bodies are actually a very good respiratory fuel.
Indeed, there is no clear requirement for dietary carbohydrates for human adults. Interestingly, the effects of ketone body metabolism suggest that mild ketosis may offer therapeutic potential in a variety of different common and rare disease states. Also, the recent landmark study showed that a very-low-carbohydrate diet resulted in a significant reduction in fat mass and a concomitant increase in lean body mass in normal-weight men. Contrary to popular belief, insulin is not needed for glucose uptake and utilization in man. Finally, both muscle fat and carbohydrate burn in an amino acid flame. Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2129159/

World Renowned Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease.

Dr. Dwight Lundell is the past Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital , Mesa , AZ. His private practice, Cardiac Care Center was in Mesa, AZ. Recently Dr. Lundell left surgery to focus on the nutritional treatment of heart disease. He is the founder of Healthy Humans Foundation that promotes human health with a focus on helping large corporations promote wellness. He is also the author of The Cure for Heart Disease and The Great Cholesterol Lie.

 

As a heart surgeon with 25 years experience, having performed over 5,000 open-heart surgeries, today is my day to right the wrong with medical and scientific fact. I trained for many years with other prominent physicians labelled “opinion makers.” Bombarded with scientific literature, continually attending education seminars, we opinion makers insisted heart disease resulted from the simple fact of elevated blood cholesterol. The only accepted therapy was prescribing medications to lower cholesterol and a diet that severely restricted fat intake. The latter of course we insisted would lower cholesterol and heart disease.

Deviations from these recommendations were considered heresy and could quite possibly result in malpractice.

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World Renowned Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease