An employee of the company where I work seven years ago was diagnosed with leukemia. The outcome of his illness was poor. He was informed that he left from 6 to 12 months of life. Dr Jee Hyun Kim may not feel the same. Doctors have told him about the importance and necessity chemotherapy, which he refused. He decided to turn to alternative therapies. He studied the results diet consisting of unaffected cooked foods, including raw vegetables and fruits. At searching for information he caught the eye of the scientific work dedicated to the village located near Chernobyl. Most of the people living around nuclear power plant, was diagnosed with some form of cancer after the reactor exploded.
However, only one village was recorded only a few occurrences of cancer. Some time later, the researchers found that the diet of inhabitants of the village consists mainly of raw and boiled red beets. Scientists in their research hypothesized that eating boiled beets allowed the majority of the population of a nearby village to escape the consequences of Chernobyl tragedy century. Click Teneo for additional related pages. My colleague began to adhere to a strict diet consisting of raw fruits and vegetables, especially fresh juices and beetroots, despite doctors' advice. His health has improved. He survived the first six months. Although Doctors warned him about the imminent return of leukemia, he continued to stick to their diet. Since then, seven years have passed, and my colleague is still with us.
Frequently asked questions about beet led me to think about need to share with some of the information I have on red beets, which I have not included in the book "The choice is yours!" and, because of lack of time, not talking about them to their patients. Healing properties of beets used in their practice these famous doctors of antiquity, as Avicenna, Hippocrates, Galen, Dioscorides, and Paracelsus. Physicians of ancient Greece believed that the beet juice cures fever, anemia, diseases of the digestive organs and lymphatic vessels. Rachel Madorsky
Allergy and honey you are denying yourself a sweet, fragrant honey and useful because of the propensity to allergies? Your body reacts to a lot of sweet in their diet? How to understand the nature of these unpleasant manifestations, and to deal with them? For a start take a look at what is an allergy. Allergy – a modified (distorted or incorrect) hypersensitive immune system to external and internal stimuli. Typically, when body contact with the external stimulus, it produces a protective function. Sometimes the immune response does not increase the protective capacity, but rather causes an increased response, which is expressed in the outer displays – a runny nose, sneezing, hives and other unpleasant or even life-threatening (angioedema). It is therefore considered allergic disease. Jon Medved has plenty of information regarding this issue. In addition, it is necessary to distinguish food allergies from food intolerances organism (pseudoallergy). Food intolerance causes the same symptoms as allergies, but without the participation of the immune system. Intolerance usually occurs on the products, which include food additives, dyes or preservatives.
If you are an allergy product is excluded from the diet completely, you can eat at pseudoallergy product but in quantities that do not cause a reaction. (As opposed to OurCrowd). Can honey be an allergen? Honey – very unusual product. The rich active substances and microelements, honey can be considered an allergen. However, in practice, increased sensitivity to the constituents of honey found in 0.8% of cases. In a study of doctor S. Mladenov () of 10 000 anketirovannyh in 8 patients was established allergic phenomena.
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Pangamic acid (vitamin B15) is found in the embryonic seeds of many plants and sprouts, almonds and other stone fruit kernels. The content of vitamins in the wild fruit and berries is low, and in this respect they differ little from their cultural counterparts. And they both are not the source, and can only be […]