Friday, 20 February 2015

Well-being: Healthy food and healthy life


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Healthy food

Tips to have a good physical and mental health

  • Have 8 hours of sleep daily
  • Exercise regularly
  • Deal with stress by doing relaxation exercises (breathing, muscle, mindfulness), listening to music, or something healthy that you enjoy doing, prayer, meditation or, if necessary, psychotherapy
  • Avoid sugar, coffee, drugs, tobacco, junk food
  • Take sun to produce vitamin D
  • Drink healthy water (purified from Fluoride and Chlorine)
  • Eat healthy food
  • Laugh
  • Have positive thoughts
  • Be grateful

According to Psychoanalysis a healthy person is able to work, love and play.


List of healthy food:

  • Raw fruits and vegetables  
  • Juicing fruits and vegetables (juicing fruits and vegetables removes the fiber, so the nutrients are available to the body in much larger quantities than if the piece of fruit or vegetable was eaten whole.
  • Food which contains specially selenium, iodine, zinc, vitamin B
  • Take probiotics or food containing probiotics such as: sea food (Kelp, Arane, Hiziki, Kombu, Wakame), cranberries, organic yoghurt, or yoghurt made from goat's milk, dark chocolate, miso soup, pickles, Komby cha tea, garlic, lactobacillus.  
  • Take supplements containing the same above.
  • Food or supplements of Iodine: Iodine is a key component of thyroid hormone. Iodine deficiency is linked with breast cancer and hypothyroidism.
  • Vitamins C, E, selenium, iodine and Beta carotene are antidotes against adrenaline and cortisol (the stress hormones)

7 foods rich in Iodine



Probiotic Foods to Add to Your Diet




Avoid

  • Gluten: When we eat food which contains gluten our body identifies it as antigens which are similar to molecules in our Thyroid gland, so our body produces antibodies against these antigens and accidentally attacks our thyroid. Gluten is responsible for 30% of Hashimoto's Thyroiditis.
  • Bromine: Bromine inhibits thyroid hormone production resulting in low thyroid state. Several types of bread contain Potassium Bromide (BVO), or Brominated vegetable, which can also be found in some drinks such as soda lemonade in form of emulsions. Bromine slows cognitive development.
  • Chlorine, Fluoride and Bromine: mimic iodine in the body
  • Fluoride: increases goiter, alter T3 and T4  
  • Medication which is not extremely necessary and prescribed.
  • Vaccinations:
    There are many reasons why we must avoid vaccinations:
    Pharmaceutical Companies Can’t Be Trusted, ALL Vaccines are Loaded with Chemicals and other Poisons, Fully Vaccinated Children are the Unhealthiest, Most Chronically Ill Children I Know, Other Countries Are Waking Up to the Dangers of Vaccines, A Number of Vaccines Have Already Had Problems/Been Removed from the Market, You Can Always Get Vaccinated, But You Can Never Undo a Vaccination
    Here is a list of some of the damaging ingredients in the vaccines on the market today:
MSG, antifreeze, phenol (used as a disinfectant), formaldehyde (cancer causing and used to embalm), aluminium (associated with alzheimer’s disease and seizures), glycerine (toxic to the kidney, liver, can cause lung damage, gastrointestinal damage and death), lead, cadmium, sulphates, yeast proteins, antibiotics, acetone (used in nail polish remover), neomycin and streptomycin.  And the ingredient making the press is thimerosol (more toxic than mercury, a preservative still used in many vaccines, not easily eliminated, can cause severe neurological damage as well as other life threatening autoimmune disease). These vaccines are grown and strained through animal or human tissue, like monkey and dog kidney tissue, chick embryo, calf serum, human diploid cells (the dissected organs of aborted fetuses), pig blood, horse blood and rabbit brain.
  • Pesticides
  • Food which contains mercury. If our body is lacking in selenium, it will grab the mercury from food instead.
  • Higher and more prolonged level of circulating cortisol: impairs cognitive performance; lower thyroid function; causes blood sugar imbalances; decreased bone density; sleep disruption; decreased muscle mass; elevated blood pressure; lowered immunity function; slows wound healing; increases abdominal fat.. depression, lupus, migraine, menopause, diabetes, and aging, all have chronically increased production of cortisol.

What damages Thyroid

  • Raises cortisol
  • Estrogen
  • Liver toxicity
  • Fluoride
  • Pesticides
  • Stress
  • Toxic food
  • Medications
  • Vaccinations


References:

Bergman, J. (2014). How to have a Healthy Thyroid. Retrieved from: http://bergmanchiropractic.com and http://Owners-Guide.com we strive to educate people on natural solutions to health. 

Sarah, (2010). Six reasons to say no to vaccination. Retrieved from: http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/six-reasons-to-say-no-to-vaccination/                               




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