posted on Apr, 5 2013 @ 01:57 PM
You guys have to remember....Doctors are out there to treat people......most of the time for either eating or drinking things that they are not
supposed to eat or drink. This is often a genetic specific thing. Pay attention to what you eat and how it effects you later. Some intollerances or
side effects from foods take up to eight hours to show up. Other deficiencies brew with no symptoms till the mineral or vitamin stores are depleted.
Eating food that dampens your immune system response is often bad. There is a lot of chemistry used in commercial foods that utilizes the practice
so a person doesn't react negatively to the food. The bacteria is not present in the food, what they do is to put certain things in the food to stop
a negative reaction based on antigens in the blood plasma or others on the cells themselves. The problem is that there is a lot of bacteria
everywhere, including in our guts, that if not moderated will get out of proportion. This can make it so a bacteria in the environment can get hold.
Our gut flora counts on our body to help it symbiotically, there are possibly thousands of types of these little critters in and on us living with us
and working together.
If the food industry didn't put these chemicals in food, some of which are natural herbs and spices, we may not be able to eat some foods and
wouldn't buy them again if we have negative effects. Hiding the chemistry in food through various means is done with the FDA approval. Onions are a
good way of stopping agglutination caused by antigens, something that can cause serious problems if it happens too much. Too much onion is no good
regularly though because raising the levels of certain sulfur containing things in the body causes good joints but it destroys the elastin leading to
weakened heart tissue, nerve coatings, and possibly contributes to Emphysema like conditions if the body can't neutralize or process the sulfur
Now I spent twenty minutes writing this and a doctor spends fifteen minutes with you in the office, how is he/she going to diagnose your problem and
teach you how to eat. We have to become more aware of what happens when we eat. It can be a family thing. You have to understand that we are all
different and because of this we can't create all the enzymes to break down food the same. Some of us have intolerance to certain foods that our
parents can eat or our brothers and sisters. You could share the same intolerance with a friend or other person. Remember something though.......The
body needs to be triggered to fight cancer, if you eat only what you like and never eat something that causes a histamine reaction......You will not
fight cancer when it is small and it can get big.
It is your life, the only one you have. Eat less processed foods and cook more of your meals from scratch. Wash the veggies very well to get rid of
a majority of the antioxidants and sulfites they put on the veggies to preserve them. If possible drop them in a pot of boiling water for a minute to
neutralize the chemicals before using them fresh. This makes broccoli taste better if done right, My wife tried it and the flavor increased.
I know pretty much about this stuff but cannot even advise a person how to eat. Many foods need companion foods and others need recipes that are
genetic specific. A lot of the changes we have made over the years make us need antidepressants, it is a deficiency in certain body chemistry or an
imbalance most times. Thousands of articles and a year worth of thinking on this and I have just scratched the surface. I am more ahead of most
people who call themselves professionals though.