I also want to know about the salt water flush. be sure to drink tons and tons of water while you fast. I attempted one a few days ago could only go two days, thought it might help my horrid acid reflux but the sec I put food in my mouth the third day it was just as bad as ever. As it is I limit myself to one meal a day not because I want to but because i have to, the pain is just too much to eat. when the candida is down I think I will be ok but that is a long way from now. Good luck and keep an eye on your self, if you get too weak ect.
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Thanks for your response.
I had blood tests done along with the hormone tests and they came back perfectly fine. I had more blood tests at the emergency room and everything was perfect except my potassium being low. A week later I had another blood test and everything was perfect again.
Serum tests are fairly unreliable in assessing true cellular stores of minerals. Serum levels can vary from day to day (dietary factors) ... the body always looks to maintain "homeostatis" and will do this by pulling minerals out of storage into the blood in order to keep this equilibrium. That is why hair analysis or using exatest can provide some better view of the actual mineral stores.
Are you saying I could be magnesium deficent without it showing up on a blood panel? If so, that would be something to look into.
Yes, a normal magnesium level in serum would be called "normomagnesia" while cellular could be woefully inadequate. Magnesium is a gate keeper of many cellular functions that are quite important, regulation of potassium is one of those. You can google magnesium and Mildred Seelig (md) for some excellent papers on magnesium research. Of course there are many other resources available on magnesium research. But keep in mind that it is vitally important and often overlooked. When I looked last, Medline or PubMed which catalogs all medical journals had over 40,000 articles on magnesium and cardiovascular health. Seelig has a paper addressing this very issue. Use the right form for you. I would also consider supplementing w/ potassium - use a quality form as well. Check with doctor of course.
I have also started taking a B-complex about a week ago since my energy level is soooo low....
I use Country Life co-enzymated form, co=enzymated forms are more bio available making it easier for the body to metabolize. B vitamins can be tricky in that each person may have a particular need for one of the b complex family, for instance I have a more pronounced need for b2, b6 and pantothenic acid. I would start with the country life formula, Iherb has a very reasonable price on it, I would try to experiment with the other individual forms if necessary. Oftentimes it is just a trial and error method.
I am also seriously thinking about having a food allergy test. I know there are theories that you pulse will quicken when you eat something you are allergic or sensitive to.
I think it may be easier to try the pulse testing first. If you can come up with a major offending food, you can establish a "reaction" thus you can compare other offenders to this.
some of the more common allergens would be corn (high fructose corn sugar) wheat, dairy and probalby something that is more problematic would be food additives and preservatives things like mono and diglycerides, msg, hydrolyzed proteins and don't forget the aspartame.
Thanks again! You are welcome! Post again if you have other questions!
That said, in the last few decades, infertility has been a growing problem for many couples. Infertility is when a couple fails to conceive a child after one year of regular, unprotected sex at least twice a week.
It’s thought to affect one in seven couples, or 7.3 million couples, in the U.S. Some estimate that between 16% and 25% of all couples have serious issues with getting pregnant.
If you want to know how men can be more fertile, take a look at the following.
1. Decrease Chemical Exposure
2. Increase Your Antioxidant Intake
4. Chinese Ginseng
Other Important Nutrients and Remedies
There are also other remedies to increase fertility in men naturally, including folic acid, vitamin B12, vitamin D3, magnesium, essential fatty acids, grape seed extract, pine bark extract, alpha-lipoic acid, coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), the amino acids L-arginine and L-carnitine, and velvet bean.
There are a number of ways to improve fertility in women. Here’s how to increase fertility in women naturally.
1. Chaste Tree Berry
4. Vitamin B Complex
5. L-Arginine and L-Carnitine
Other Important Nutrients and Remedies
There are also other natural remedies to increase fertility in women such as fish oil, vitamin D3, pine bark extract, grape seed extract, nettle leaf, red raspberry leaf, dandelion, alfalfa, red clover, vitamin C, zinc, selenium, and a natural progesterone cream.
There certain foods that should definitely be included and avoided on the fertility diet menu, and the following are some fertility diet tips that you should consider:
1. Decrease Dietary Chemical Exposure
It’s a good idea to remove refined sugar, white flour, and processed and fried foods from the diet. High chemical intake is known to impact fertility in men and women.
2. Eat Organic Food
In general, aim for a whole and organic food diet high in vegetables and fruits in a fertility diet plan, to avoid pesticide exposure. Part of the fertility diet for men should also plenty of foods high in zinc, which is a nutrient important for male reproductive fluids.
3. Reduce Animal Fat Intake
4. Increase Good Fats
5. Avoid Alcohol and Caffeine
Found in-depth article here: Fertility Diet: How to Increase Fertility
Hope this information will help the needy.
1. Reduces High Blood Pressure
Scientific studies suggest that daily hibiscus tea consumption may benefit people with slightly increased blood pressure. In a six-week study published in the Journal of Nutrition, researchers discovered that hibiscus tea has a greater effect lowering systolic blood pressure than the placebo group, in 65 adults with mildly high blood pressure or pre-hypertension.
Studies have also found that hibiscus tea can lower blood pressure in type 2 diabetics.
The antioxidant properties in hibiscus tea are also thought to benefit people with high cholesterol. Animal studies have found that hibiscus tea may lower total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, also known as “the bad” cholesterol.
Other studies indicate that hibiscus tea may lower cholesterol levels in people with metabolic syndrome or diabetes.
In a study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2009, researchers found that hibiscus tea could significantly reduce LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol, and raise high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels in 53 type 2 diabetics.
Another study from 2009 found that daily hibiscus tea consumption could reduce blood pressure in type 2 diabetics.
The antioxidant properties of hibiscus tea may also help treat liver disease. In a study published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology in 2000, researchers found that the anthocyannins in hibiscus tea could significantly reduce inflammatory liver lesions and oxidative liver damage in rats with toxic livers.
The hibiscus protocatechuic acid found in hibiscus tea has strong antioxidant and anti-tumor properties.
In a study published in the journal Biochemical Pharmacology in 2000, researchers from the Department and Institute of Biochemistry at the Chung Shan Medical and Dental College in Taichung, Taiwan suggested that the protocatechuic acid in hibiscus tea inhibits cancer cell growth by inducing cell death in human leukemia cells.
Hibiscus tea health benefits also include calming the nervous system. This helps put people into a positive mind frame to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety. In a study published in the Indian Journal of Pharmacology in 2012, researchers found that the flavonoids, anthocyanins and anthocyanidins in hibiscus have potential antidepressant activity. Another study from 2012 found that other hibiscus species can help reduce depression in mice.
Hibiscus tea may also be a useful component to a weight loss program. Hibiscus tea is low-in-calories, and it is a diuretic herb that helps flush toxins and excess fluids in the body. In a 12-week study published in the journal Food & Function in 2014, researchers found that hibiscus extract consumption could reduce obesity and abdominal fat, and improve liver damage in obese individuals. Research published in the journal Medical Hypotheses in 2002 also suggests that hibiscus tea may be a natural weight loss alternative. Furthermore, a 2010 review suggests that herbal teas like hibiscus tea can help support weight loss by increasing the intake of fluids.
Hibiscus tea is also considered a valuable digestive aid, and it is thought to improve bowel and bladder function. The diuretic properties of hibiscus tea will also help treat constipation and improve the strength of the gastrointestinal system. The anti-spasmodic effect of hibiscus tea is considered useful for symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome.
The high amount of vitamin C in hibiscus tea is considered a great immune system booster, and it can help prevent against colds and the flu. It has the ability to lower body temperature, and therefore hibiscus tea benefits people with a fever as well.
The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties in hibiscus tea such as vitamin C and A can effectively treat acne, scars, sunburns, eczema, and skin allergies.
Article source: Health Benefits of Hibiscus Tea
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