posted on Oct, 29 2014 @ 05:40 PM
a reply to: woodsmom
Have you tried organic QUINOA? Do the research, its a seed like grain. It's naturally pest resistant, which is one the reasons it has never been
commercially encouraged. It has many of the fundamental amino acids we all need. It is also alkaline-forming, the majority of present day health
problems is due to the acidic nature of the 'dead processed' foods we ingest.
Apple cider vinegar,(BRAGG organic) we think its acidic which it technically is yet throughout modern human evolution, vinegar was consumed which
helped our stomachs and kidneys break down animal fats, ditch the antacid and take a shot glass of apple cider vinegar instead, much more effective
and healthier for your stomach.
The other very important action to take which I noticed hasn't been mention is exercise. Walking at least 6000 steps a day plus non strenuous sit ups
(legs raised and resting on a stool, raising and lowering the upper body only a couple of inches off the ground, 20 times a day). This helps the
stomach to re-adjust and re-size itself triggering normal metabolic functioning and less intense food cravings.
The trick is to not eat or ingest any sugary substances, this includes fruit for a 'minimum' of half an hour after a walk, this triggers your body
to actually use the stored fat in your body, which again triggers 'normal' metabolic functioning.
The last advice is for you and your husband to chew some food for your child and then get them to eat it. This in our modern world may appear to some
as grotesque yet it is how all animals that chew their food transfer enzymes to the next generation(well some eat there parents poo, but I don't
suggest that). Modern food processors have replaced this action for humans resulting in the many unnecessary immunological diseases due to children
not receiving the gut enzymes they need from their parents to achieve a functional metabolic system.
Do some research in what is in human saliva and how critical it is to our own digestion and then you may understand the suggestion.
Good luck, your children are lucky to have parents who care to question and research alternatives.