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Default "All you need is a healthy, balanced diet"

......is the line that sceptics constantly parrot.

So why are so many people sick?
Most of my clients had been eating very healthy diets for a long time before coming to me, but were still sick. Yet with strategic supplementation and diet modifications were able to heal fully from their symptoms.

A healthy diet may be fine for maintaining health, but not for restoring it.

What is a healthy diet? The top soil is practically dead - so where do we get minerals from?

Just my little rant. There seems to be so many people who will put there spoke in where nutrition is concerned without knowing what they are saying.
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Most of my clients had been eating very healthy diets for a long time before coming to me, but were still sick. Yet with strategic supplementation and diet modifications were able to heal fully from their symptoms.
this could just be a small % of people who do eat well and are still ill for whatever reasons. you client base is prob less then 0.00000000000000000 x100 % of the whole world, also why would anyone who is fit and healthy look for someone to diagnose there symptoms?


I do understand where you are coming from and what your trying to get across.


I my self have been trying to eat "very balanced diet" for the past 5-8 years, I have never been ill in health, apart from the cold or flu maybe once a year.

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A balanced diet is neccesary, but not sufficient, for good health.
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this could just be a small % of people who do eat well and are still ill for whatever reasons. you client base is prob less then 0.00000000000000000 x100 % of the whole world, also why would anyone who is fit and healthy look for someone to diagnose there symptoms?

I do understand where you are coming from and what your trying to get across.

I my self have been trying to eat "very balanced diet" for the past 5-8 years, I have never been ill in health, apart from the cold or flu maybe once a year.
That is true, but most peoples definition of a balanced diet is the diet that 90% of people eat ie the SAD standard american diet/western diet. Go to anyones supermarket trolley and ask if they think its generally balanced and they will say yes. And most people have a symptom that I know can be reversed through targeted nutrition. I refer to my client base as many were on a very good diet, but still not healthy. You might argue its genetic, and thats true to a degree, but then if genetics were the only factor then nutritional medicine would not have healed them.

I will be posting some info soon which hopefully will help you in your efforts to eat more healthily.


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A balanced diet is neccesary, but not sufficient, for good health.
There are so many factors that we have to contend with in the modern world that to dismiss supplementation just seems strange. But I guess people are swayed by 'scientific' studies using chemical/synthetic supplements thet 'prove' all supplements are useless or even harmful.

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DNA can change, that means genetic problems can be reversed too
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I agree, because I think that you have to know how and when to eat the good foods. You can't just put all the best things in a blender all at once and have that be the best way to get everything in. *David Wolfe*

Some people like science to help them understand their food, I like a deep understanding of nature and my body. Its all good though as long as you truly feel good.
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The thing is that I am sceptical when "experts" tell me that I must buy a certain type of expensive supplement, especially a certain type that is only available from certain online stores.

So far sleeping is the best cure I have found for most ailments
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That's true, though if its deeply ingrained then it might take a couple generations of healthy eating to totally remove from the genes. But you can difinately rid the body of symptoms, even if you have a genetic predisposition, and then keep those symptoms at bay permanently just by being careful. Either way its best to get the ball rolling and start improving your health.

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I agree, because I think that you have to know how and when to eat the good foods. You can't just put all the best things in a blender all at once and have that be the best way to get everything in. *David Wolfe*

Some people like science to help them understand their food, I like a deep understanding of nature and my body. Its all good though as long as you truly feel good.
I really want to get into foraging, I know people who will be running courses in france soon so am keen (though less so after fukishima ) For me science helps me to understand which foods have been tampered with so that they are no longer in their original natural form - but my health is only where it is now because of years of studying how things react to my body at a particular time. A nutritionist can only provide a framework but ultimately the individual must take time to get to know their body and there is no shortcuts there if a person has spent years suppressing the bodys signs and signals.

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The thing is that I am sceptical when "experts" tell me that I must buy a certain type of expensive supplement, especially a certain type that is only available from certain online stores.

So far sleeping is the best cure I have found for most ailments

I wasted probably £2k on supplements trying to find a cure for myself. I would find a suplement and there would be a claim saying all the ways it will benefit my body, then i'd take it and not feel any different. After finding the missing link i understand most supplements don't work. Also its shocking to realsie that something like 90% of the supplement market is controlled by pharmaceutical companies. It truly is a minefield.

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Sodium bicarbonate £2.59 for 300g
Magnesium oxide £9.49 for 900g
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I really want to get into foraging, I know people who will be running courses in france soon so am keen (though less so after fukishima ) For me science helps me to understand which foods have been tampered with so that they are no longer in their original natural form - but my health is only where it is now because of years of studying how things react to my body at a particular time. A nutritionist can only provide a framework but ultimately the individual must take time to get to know their body and there is no shortcuts there if a person has spent years suppressing the bodys signs and signals.
Well that makes plenty of sense to use science like that.

I've done some eating of wild edibles and its awesome. Nettles are awesome!

But I wouldn't worry about the fukushima radiation in the wild foods, because its probably in the same quantities if not more so in the store bought food.
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Well that makes plenty of sense to use science like that.

I've done some eating of wild edibles and its awesome. Nettles are awesome!

But I wouldn't worry about the fukushima radiation in the wild foods, because its probably in the same quantities if not more so in the store bought food.
Yeah, you can only go so far with science. But my body is so reactive to anything that i ingest. If its wrong i'll get dandruff, or oily hair, or spots in various locations on my face depending on what organ its affecting etc - people think its just my imagination but I know its not.

As you say, nettles are fantastic, especially when you look at the mineral content. Check out the kirlian photo!
http://www.thesynergycompany.com/sup...article10.html

I just heard radiation was worse in france at the moment - but i think rinsing is bicarb helps.
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my reasoning for food i try to keep it simple, dont eat processed foods, eat alot of food that grown from the ground, I dont take any supplements any more. Some people on here go as far to say you shouldnt eat food X with food Y because it causes your body to create toxins or w/e.

Or you shouldnt eat cabrs with fats or whatever, too much effort and resitction, I like to a nice balance and enjoy what I eat as much as I can. I do have some knowledge on food and what certain foods do, always learning as much as I can. I think some people go a bit "extreme" on here with diets, im not knocking it, because if works for you and you enjoy it, fine by me,but I think your title post is kind of misleading, because I am someone who says I try to eat balanced as I can, I have no illness and never been on medication. Although you are right some peope think they eat balanced when they dont by far, and consume too many processed foods.


I do ejaculate a bit premature, but dont know if that's an illness?

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The top soil is practically dead - so where do we get minerals from?
This part is why alot/most people need some form of complexed alkaline mineral help, the drink/protocol I follow is by Moreless, who is quite a character! Plus why I think high brix farming (manually adding lots of alkaline minerals to soil etc) is better than organic. Plus why an alkaline focused diet is better than raw, even with cooked foods lowering the chlorophyll and enzymes.

Here is his easy to follow alkalising drink (though the kelp aint the nicest taste! But I take that in capsules I make so as not to have it mixed in the drink);

http://www.curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1019269#i

The Moreless Alkalizing Drink


Here's a great alkalizing drink that can help
remineralise you quickly and cheaply!
This is an amazing power packed, mineral and nutrient
dense drink that will not only help to alkalize you, but
will give you loads of electrically charged energy! It may
be taken 2-3 times a day as needed.

Ingredients:
1. 1 tablespoon of blackstrap molasses (it may be Unsulphured )

2. Juice of half a lemon (OR 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar if you can't take citrus or get hold of lemons)

3. 1 + tablespoon pickling lime water (how to make pickling lime water : 1 tablespoon of pickling lime powder, aka calcium hydroxide, diluted in 1 gallon (=4 litre) of distilled water) *see safety notes below*

4. Small pinch of Epsom salts

5. Norwegian kelp powder 1 + teaspoons

6. 1 glass of clean water to mix it with

*** you can take a lot MORE pickling lime water and "Kelp"
than is suggested above. Start slow and if things don't
improve, slowly build up. Some of us use up to 20
tablespoons of pickling lime water and up to 2
tablespoons of kelp powder each time ***


The chemical reaction between the acid in the lemon
juice and the alkaline minerals in the molasses releases
energy into the body and makes the minerals more
bioavailable.

Method:
*Dissolve the blackstrap molasses and epsom salts in
warm water (leave to cool if desired)

*Add 1 (or more) tablespoons of pickling lime water

*Add the lemon or ACV (I sometimes add both) Add these
only when the drink has cooled down, you don't want to
destroy the enzymes

*Some people like to mix their kelp in with their drink,
some just put the kelp straight into their mouths
Special note on the kelp!: Most people find the taste
absolutely vile ?

it may help to moisten it and your mouth first so you
don't gag! Some people use a straw to bypass the taste.
But this really is an essential part of the drink and is
packed with loads of minerals and complex carbohydrates,
so do what you need to do to get it down! And yes, kelp
is available in capsules, but the powder is much cheaper.

(This is an edit .. after several months of taking the
kelp powder, it no longer tastes so vile! I am becoming
immune to the taste - hooray!)
... And drink!

If you are chronically ill: I suggest you start with
with just a teaspoon of kelp and a tablespoon of the
pickling lime water along with all the other
ingredients. Over time, start building up on both those
ingredients until you can manage 2-3 teaspoons of kelp
and 2-4 tablespoons of the picking lime water in each
drink. You don't have to drink it all at once, you can
also sip it over a few hours.

When someone has been chronically ill for a while, a
drink like this might create a powerful reaction and
start to release acids from organs and tissues too
quickly, that is why I am suggesting you start slow.
(Better to aim for minimal discomfort while you begin to
rebuild your health)
Can you make a batch in advance?

You can mix the Blackstrap Molasses, pickling Lime water
and kelp together without the Lemon juice or the ACV and
keep this cool - then add the ACV or Lemon juice just
before drinking. The batch should be ok for a day, but
not longer than two days. Fresh is best!
Heath Notes:

*Blackstrap molasses should be unsulphured. Sulphur is
acid forming.
*If using apple cider vinegar, buy organic and
unpasteurised (*with mother*) so full of active enzymes.
Otherwise, just find a good source of unpasteurised ACV.
*Pickling lime is normally found in the pickling/canning
section of shops. Your alternative is to buy calcium
hydroxide powder and put 1 tablespoon of the powder in 1
gallon of distilled water and use that as your pickling
lime solution.
*Buy food grade epsom salts.
*Kelp is apparently purest from Norway, and it is better
if it is finely powdered.
*If you are very acidic, you can also add a pinch of
epsom salts or a tablespoon of ACV with a tablespoon of
pickling lime water to your normal glasses of water (the
pickling lime provides calcium by the way).

I've been happily drinking the above 2-3 times a day.
And it has a buzz to it!
To keep your mineral reserves up, to every glass of
water throughout the day, you may also add a tablespoon
of pickling lime water (plus a dash of lemon or ACV)
The Moreless alkalizing drink is basically a very cheap
and effective method of creating alkalinity and is NOT
meant as a substitue for a wholesome diet with complex
carbs as is found in foods like green veges. The drink
is basically a method to get us more alkaline quicker,
but it is NOT the way to become alkaline totally, that
takes some effort!

What Moreless is presenting people here are various
options. Not everyone is prepared or able to go all the
way with eating right. So he is giving people easy and
cheap ways to kick start their healing whilst finding
their way at improving their diet, which will in turn be
the most important part of their healing. The kelp and
molasses are packed full of minerals that may be
difficult for people to find in the foods that are
available to them right now.
Moreless on the alkalizing drink: HERE
The Epsom salts, pickling lime water, lemon juice or ACV
create the electro-magnetic energy so that our bodies can make
the best use of the minerals.


** SAFETY NOTES ON CALCIUM HYDROXIDE ** (For those who
can't get hold of the pickling lime water.)
CALCIUM HYDROXIDE (also known as - pickling lime
water/Ca(OH)2/slaked lime/biocalc/lime water etc.)

In concentrated powdered form, this stuff is a skin, eye
and respiratory irritant. It is CORROSIVE and causes
burns. Should you be using this concentrated form to
dilute with water before use, please protect yourself by
wearing safety glasses, gloves and minimize your
exposure to the dust itself.
There are no safety issues if you buy the pre made
pickling lime water.

Remember, the drink asks for 1 (to 4) tablespoon of the
diluted lime water - you take 1 tablespoon of the powder
and add it to a gallon of water. You do NOT add the
powder directly to your drink!

This powder is also incompatable with strong acids!

Start small and slow, and add more after checking your
response. We are all unique, so someone else's ideal
doseage may not be the same as yours.

My suggestion is to make up your solution outdoors. This
powder is very fine and fluffy, it'd be easy to
accidently spill some on your kitchen or bathroom floor
for unsuspecting kids and pets to walk on.

More useful information about Calcium Hydroxide here:





The following is as good a description of calcium
hydroxide as I can find (albeit it relating to use in
aquariums, but surely applicable when considering human
consumption):

"A preferred method of calcium supplementation comes in
the form of calcium hydroxide, known as "kalkwasser" to
reef aquarists. Calcium hydroxide has a chemical formula
of Ca(OH)2, in other words, it supplies one Ca+2 ion for
every two OH- ions. Calcium hydroxide can be mixed at
approximately 2 teaspoons [5.7g Ca(OH)2] per gallon (or
1.5g/L) of filtered freshwater to attain approximately
800mg/L calcium solution to be dripped slowly into the
reef aquarium. A beneficial side effect of using calcium
hydroxide is that the OH- (hydroxide) ions maintain the
pH of the aquarium by neutralizing acids present in the
aquarium, thereby helping to maintain (but not build)
the alkalinity in the aquarium. One could use pickling
lime, which is also calcium hydroxide.

Smile Tis your choice.

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This chap's protocol has masses of testimonials curing a host of ailments and it's open source!

Quite easy - in season, high quality (brix) foods, once your stores are replenished you should no longer require the drink if you can source good quality foods.

Best Wishes

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I wasted probably £2k on supplements trying to find a cure for myself. I would find a suplement and there would be a claim saying all the ways it will benefit my body, then i'd take it and not feel any different. After finding the missing link i understand most supplements don't work. Also its shocking to realsie that something like 90% of the supplement market is controlled by pharmaceutical companies. It truly is a minefield.

Essential supplements:
Sodium bicarbonate £2.59 for 300g
Magnesium oxide £9.49 for 900g
Omega oil
leafy green veg
Salt
I dread to thinkhow much I have spent over the years on supplements, although I do like kelp. I thought it wasn't doing anything, then I stopped it for a bit and felt quite lethargic.

Most of them have been a waste of money though. I am enjoying raw cocoa nibs right now, but more as a treat. I get a bag of 100g for £1.90 and they are so strong that I can only eat a few in one go, so they go a long way. But they are much better than eating a mars bar!

I quite like maca too to put in smoothies and to have as a hot drink because it tastes like horlicks. I just get the raw powder though. That isn't really a supplement though. I did take it for PMS and hormonal things and it did help, so I started taking it again.

To be honest I find I feel healthiest when I eat mainly raw unadulterated fruit and vegetables.
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[QUOTE=harvie316;1059878932]my reasoning for food i try to keep it simple, dont eat processed foods, eat alot of food that grown from the ground, I dont take any supplements any more. Some people on here go as far to say you shouldnt eat food X with food Y because it causes your body to create toxins or w/e.

Or you shouldnt eat cabrs with fats or whatever, too much effort and resitction, I like to a nice balance and enjoy what I eat as much as I can. I do have some knowledge on food and what certain foods do, always learning as much as I can. I think some people go a bit "extreme" on here with diets, im not knocking it, because if works for you and you enjoy it, fine by me,but I think your title post is kind of misleading, because I am someone who says I try to eat balanced as I can, I have no illness and never been on medication. Although you are right some peope think they eat balanced when they dont by far, and consume too many processed foods.

I know the diet stuff i post is not for everyone but I post it as i know some will resonate - but I know it must seem evangelical. I had to go extreme with my diet as I was hanging by a thread and had screwed my body up really bad so had to take drastic measures. For other people just making small changes will make a big difference. Your approach is great if it works for you, just keep plodding along and learning and doing things at your own pace. Small changes add up over time.

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That can be due to a clogged colon as congestion will put extra pressure on the prostate.

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Most of them have been a waste of money though. I am enjoying raw cocoa nibs right now, but more as a treat. I get a bag of 100g for £1.90 and they are so strong that I can only eat a few in one go, so they go a long way. But they are much better than eating a mars bar!
Where do you get these cheap cocoa nibs?? Please post a link to these cheap nibs or tell me where to get them from im running low on my raw chocolate and thats a good price!
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Where do you get these cheap cocoa nibs?? Please post a link to these cheap nibs or tell me where to get them from im running low on my raw chocolate and thats a good price!
No probs

I get some stuff from here http://www.healthysupplies.co.uk/cac...-infinity.html

Or from here http://www.ethicalsuperstore.com/pro...Fcoa4QodxHYhpg

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Lol, actually the cocoa nibs are quite addictive
Your a star lesley cheap prices! been having thme in my smoothies in the mornings, love raw chocolate, great for bringing things on too
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Please be careful with the Theobromine in chocolate in fact google it and see for yourself,in tea and coffee too,it alters digestion,toxic really also be careful now with chocolate if it has added in soya, athough you are talking raw. You might be interested in www.red23.co.uk for raw stuff like goats milk too.I know not so cheap.

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Your a star lesley cheap prices! been having thme in my smoothies in the mornings, love raw chocolate, great for bringing things on too
Really? What kind of things? Shamanic things?

Enjoy your raw chocolate and smoothies
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