Hello, I used the foot detox pads on and off several years ago. I didn't feel any difference and as an experiment put some on parts of my body that don't sweat so much and they were dry in the morning without the dark brown discoloration. Tried putting some tap water on a pad and it caused it to turn the dark brown color.
Found them to be more trouble than its worth since that dark brown sticky stuff as well as the tape would leave a sticky residue on my feet that required major scrubbing to try to remove. If I didn't get it all off, fuzz from my socks and dirt from the floor would stick to my feet.
Our eyesight is a precious gift, so no matter what your age, taking care of your vision is essential to good health. The brain is primarily responsible for managing the vision process. The brain processes the light information our eyes collect to create the images that allows us to see. In order to make sure our brain's vision process maintains optimal performance, we need to nourish our eyes with healthy foods rich in vitamins and minerals. If we include vegetables, herbs, spices and fish in our diet, then our eyes will be in a proper condition. On the contrary, if our diet is loaded with saturated fats and sugar, then it may be doing nothing but contributing to the build up of free radicals in the body. Find below some of the best foods for good eyesight:
Carrots: Carrots are a powerhouse of the antioxidant beta-carotene. It is a substance that gets converted by the body into vitamin A, an important nutrient for maintaining good eyesight, and for preventing diseases such as night blindness, macular degeneration and cataracts.
Avocado: This tropical fruit contains an antioxidant called lutein, which is known to protecting eye health. Moreover, the fruit’s richness in vitamin A, B, B6 and E shields the eyes from various disorders.
Broccoli: This vegetable is loaded with antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin along with certain degree of vitamin C beta-carotene, all of which have eyesight improving properties.
Spinach: This green vegetable is also a rich source of lutein and zeaxanthin, and a good source of beta-carotene. Lutein and zeaxanthin are naturally present in the retina and the macula of the eyes. They act as sunscreen for the eyes. So everyday intake of spinach increases the levels of these antioxidants in the eye, and help in preventing eye problems.
Eggs: Chicken eggs are rich in the antioxidant lutein. According to experts, consuming one egg a day adds to the blood levels of lutein and zeaxanthin in the body, and that too without raising cholesterol levels.
Tomatoes: Not only they look good in salads, they also help in keeping the vision sharp. Tomatoes greatly benefit the eyes due to their richness in vitamin C and lycopene. Lycopene is a carotenoid that is believed to protect the eyes against oxidative damage.
Oranges: Oranges do more than just protecting the eyes. They are rich in vitamin C, potassium, folate, calcium and fibre. A combination of these nutrients helps improve and maintain good eyesight.
Some of the other foods that are considered well for eyesight include sweet potatoes, strawberries, almonds, sunflower seeds, mushrooms, berries, kidney beans and many more. These foods are not only good for your eyes but also benefit other organs of the body. So if your diet contains all these foods, then you need not worry about your eyes. However, if you experience any disease pertaining to eyes, consult an ophthalmologist immediately.
I have a bit of a craving for saturated fat ie Coconut oil. I love the stuff and coconut flesh itself. I have been diabetic for over 35 years and was showing some signs of nervous system degradation. It could be seen in the iris which has now improved where grey markings around the pupil have lightened towards my natural blue colour.
that is how I found my dairy and luckily only 15 miles away. I go once a week and buy 1 1/2 gallons, in 1/2 gallon mason jars at $4 each, deposit on the the jars is 2 bucks, rinse and return. My cat loves it to. Been drinking 4 years now.
i took several TBSP twice a day of DE and didnt notice much difference. keep in mind that some folks have been taking DE for decades now and feeding it to their livestock and pets as well.
that said, to heal your gut most recc these type of supps:
1) glutamine - micronized is supposedly best, i used Allmax brand but there are other micronized now avail - glutamine is food for the intestinal cells
2) zinc carnosine
3) there are several herbs like Slippery Elm, Marshmallow Root, and DGL Licorice that are used to sooth and heal the intestinal tissues
4) Aloe Vera juice - one person recc taking a large leaf and cutting off the spikes and taking out the fillet and juicing it every morning.
probably a good protein powder would also help as well as healthy juices like carrot juice as long as you dont have candida