Bananas

Bananas

I short breakdown of the anti-cancer properties of over rip bananas
September 22, 2018 by Christopher Niemczyk
Marketing with “vegan” food that isn’t healthy

Marketing with “vegan” food that isn’t healthy

Well it’s  pretty basic, just make your own food. We cannot trust these corporations to make things “healthy” it’s just not what they do. Make your own food and freeze it, that way, you will always have food to eat! ________________________________________________________ #food #healer #naturalremedy #herbs #minerals #nature #wakeup #toxins #herbalmedicine #fasting #intermittentfasting #organic #alkalinevegan #vegan #rawvegan #electricfoods #alkalineliving #plantbased #meditation #alkalineveganrecipes #veganrecipes #detox #veganfood #alkalinefood #alkalinediet #drsebirecipes #fastingtips #drrobertmorse #arnoldehret
September 19, 2018 by Christopher Niemczyk
Serontonin

Serontonin

▶︎ SEROTONIN. For many people, they associate this Neurotrasmitter with feelings of content, happiness and satisfaction. This is true, however, many people are experiencing NEGATIVE effects from high circulating levels of this neurotransmitter. Let’s dive deep.
▷ Social Phobia:
In a study published in the scientific journal JAMA Psychiatry, researchers from the Department of Psychology at Uppsala University show that individuals with social phobia make TOO MUCH Serotonin. They found that patients with social phobia produced too much serotonin in a part of the brain's fear centre, the amygdala. The more serotonin produced, the more anxious the patients were in social situations (Frick et al., 2015).
❖ Reduced Motivation:
Browne & Fletcher 2016 conducted a study that aimed to evaluate if acute pharmacological elevation of serotonin activity would impact motivation. They disovered that serotonin reduces incentive motivation. In other words, increasing Serotonin lowered one’s desire to chase money/reward. Another study found that an increase of serotonin used through an SSRI-drug lead to a lack of sexual motivation, at least in male mice and possibly human males as well (Sangkuhl, Klein & Altman, 2009).
➡️Emotional Anhedonia / Apathy / Blunt:
Anhedonia refers to the reduced ability to experience pleasure (Gorwood, 2008). In the existing literature, excess serotonin exposure has been occasionally associated with both behavioral apathy and emotional blunting (Sansone, 2010).
✭ If you are High Serotonin, and subsequently LOW dopamine, then you tend to reach for stimulating foods such as coffee or chocolate. These only increase dopamine short term and should not be the go-to foods as then you will really get fatigued from stressing your adrenal glands. Stay tuned for novel hacks to safely lower Serotonin and increase Dopamine synthesis, sensitivity, release and up-regulation of receptors.
August 27, 2018 by Christopher Niemczyk
Soy.   No good

Soy. No good

Soy is NO good, organic or not, do not consume it! Here are some of the facts.

Soy is Acid forming Extremely high in phytic acid (blocks mineral absorption, especially zinc)  

Full of enzyme inhibitors

Extremely hard to digest  

85 percent genetically modified

Full of excessive amounts of hemaglutin - a clot causing compound  

Allergy causing  

Extremely high in levels of aluminum (very toxic to brain and nerve tissue)

 

Source: The Detox Miracle Sourcebook  

August 25, 2018 by Christopher Niemczyk
Lime

Lime

You These fruits have amazing antimicrobial properties. Limes contain flavonoid antioxidants known as flavonol glycosides. These antioxidants have been found to help protect against deadly bacteria such as cholera. Furthermore, in a 2004 study published in the African Journal of Biotechnology, lime juice was found to inhibit Salmonella bacteria even when other extracts, including garlic and ginger (which are also powerful antimicrobials), fell short. .
August 11, 2018 by Christopher Niemczyk
AVOCADO

AVOCADO

Most of the fat in an avocado is monounsaturated, which protects against heart disease and certain cancers. Monounsaturated fat actually lowers cholesterol. Fortunately, we are going back to the traditional understanding of healthy fats in our diet.

August 01, 2018 by Christopher Niemczyk