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    Today's Health Thoughts:

    Money is the most envied, but the least enjoyed. Health is the most enjoyed, but the least envied.

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    To feel fit as a fiddle you must tone down your middle.

     
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    Aside from commercials featuring grandparents and their preferred fibrous cereal brands, it’s possible that the American public school system may have neglected their duty to fiber education.


    However, since we need roughly 20 to 35 grams of it daily…


    And it pretty much facilitates the ease of bowel movements and the second two phases of digestion…


    We think it’s pretty important.


    Let’s break down fiber with eight fast facts.


    Fact 1: It is a non-digestible, plant-based carbohydrate. It actually has almost no caloric value and passes through the digestive tract basically untouched.


    Fact 2: There are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble. The only difference is that soluble fiber can dissolve in water, while insoluble fiber cannot. They are equally important to your gut’s microbiome!


    Fact 3: Insoluble fiber, since it cannot dissolve in water, acts as a sponge. It can soak up 15 times its weight in water. The effect? You feel full for longer! It lso is responsible for making the body’s waste heavier and easier to pass. It does this by attaching itself to the waste, helping to prevent hemorrhoids, heart disease, and several cancers.


    Fact 4: Soluble fiber removes cholesterol from the bloodstream by binding with it and taking the cholesterol with it on its journey!


    Fact 5: Food must have 3 grams of fiber per serving to be considered a “good” source of fiber. It must have 5 grams per serving to be considered “excellent.”


    Fact 6: The higher your fiber intake, the faster food moves through the body and exits as waste. For example, in many third-world countries, where fiber content is very high, it only takes 1.5 days for food to move through the body, as opposed to 3 days on average in most first-world countries.


    Fact 7: Because fiber takes longer to chew, it can help with overeating issues. You see, it takes the gut about 20 minutes from getting full to realize it’s full. The slower you eat, the slower you digest, and the less you’ll have eaten by the time the signal gets to your brain that you’ve eaten enough! In fact, increasing your fiber intake by 14 grams a day can result in an up to 10% caloric decrease.


    Fact 8: As you increase your fiber intake, you should also increase your water intake. The more water you drink, the more easily you can move fiber through your digestive tract. But be careful! There is such a thing as too much fiber — going over 50 grams per day can cause diarrhea, bloating, and issues absorbing minerals.


    Now, in order to meet those requirements, it’s important to understand which kinds of foods contain the healthiest fiber content.


    Whole grain foods have bran, germ, and endosperm in them naturally. Whole wheat has almost four times the fiber content of brown rice — both are healthy, but you’ll be getting the most bang for your buck with whole grain foods.


    Even choosing a whole grain sandwich bread can add 3-5 grams of fiber to your daily intake!


    Let’s get back to soluble versus insoluble.


    When you want to increase your soluble fiber intake, you’ll want to eat:


    • Oats, oat bran, dried beans, peas, strawberries, apples, potatoes, citrus, prunes, and barley.

    When you want to increase your insoluble fiber intake, you’ll want to eat:


    • Fruit with skins, raw vegetables, nuts, bran, brown nice, legumes, and whole-grains (like barley, quinoa, and wild rice)

    These lists are by no means exhaustive — they should just be an easy first step to increasing your daily fiber count!





    If you’re trying to trick yourself into eating fiber more often (as you should,) here a few highly effective hacks:


    • Eat the vegetables on your plate FIRST.
    • Eat lots of popcorn! There are four grams of fiber per ounce of popcorn.
    • Always choose whole grains over refined grains whenever possible.
    • Get lots of seeds and nuts in your diet.
    • Introduce a fiber supplement into your daily routine if you’re having a hard time getting fiber naturally.
    • Make sure there are lots of berries and legumes in your diverse diet.
    • Don’t peel fruits/vegetables/potatoes!

    Getting right about fiber is a way of life — not something you can check off of a checklist. But once you weave it into your habits and diet, you’ll experience more regularity, lower risk for diseases, gastrointestinal peace, and more energy all around.
     
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    And they are :giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle::giggle:All the way to the bank:mad::mad:
     
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    It's really getting nuttier by the day......:devil:
     
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    Thanks Dale, so true, have you ever tried french grape seed extract, it has many X the Resveratrol as standard and great cancer fighter;)
     
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    Pixie Dust or Snake Oil?
    The Real Health Benefits of “Sour Wine”

    “Sour wine,” or vinegar—apple cider vinegar in particular—has been touted as a virtual cure-all. You’ll find reports of apple cider vinegar improving everything from cardiovascular health and diabetes to curing the common cold, promoting weight loss, even fighting cancer.

    Proponents point to apple cider vinegar’s wide array of nutrients, including probiotics, antioxidants, and a vitamin profile similar to that of apples. But in terms of disease prevention and cancer control, what’s the real story?

    Let’s take a look…

    Apple cider vinegar, or ACV, is just apple juice fermented by adding a little yeast and bacteria on the side. You can buy it at the store for practically nothing or make it cheaply at home. All you need are apples, sugar, water, and time to let the stuff ferment. I’ve read you can even make it with apple peels or cores, so nothing goes to waste.

    The combination of yeast and bacteria that forms during fermentation creates something called a “mother,” which counts as a probiotic. If you look at ACV in a bottle, you can see white strands of this “mother” material floating around. Most natural health enthusiasts will tell you that the more “mother” you see, the more healthful the apple cider vinegar will be. But is ACV healthful enough to fight cancer?

    New research suggests the answer might be yes….

    Apple cider vinegar’s unique cancer killing acid

    Researchers believe that ACV contains a special acid called acetic acid that kills tumor cells. In a 2014 study published in the Journal of Gastroenterology, scientists found that directly applying acetic acid to gastric cancers and other malignancies caused cancer cell death.

    That study was in vitro, performed on both human and rat gastric cancer cell lines grown in a laboratory. So the challenge becomes how to apply acetic acid to real tumors in the body.

    It’s not feasible to apply it directly to the internal organs of a living person, so the next step is to find ways to deliver acetic acid to tumor tissue. Could that be done through ingesting ACV? It’s yet to be clinically tested in a manner that provides a definitive answer.

    While we wait for additional research, here’s some food for thought: Case studies do document ACV helping cancer patients. In fact, the first person to spark interest in ACVs use as an alternative cancer treatment was none other than a famous Nobel Prize winning scientist.

    Nobel Prize winner discovers
    link between ACV and cancer…


    German physiologist and Nobel Prize winner Otto Warburg was the fellow who originated most of the claims about ACV as a cancer treatment. Dr. Warburg believed that cancer is the result of a nutritional problem. If you followed a smart, natural diet, you were less likely to get cancer. Well, I have to say that Dr. Warburg was clearly ahead of his time!

    Dr. Warburg investigated the metabolism of tumors and the respiration of cells, particularly cancer cells. His work earned him 46 nominations for the Nobel Prize over a nine-year period. Finally, in 1931, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology for his "discovery of the nature and mode of action of the respiratory enzyme."

    Dr. Warburg believed it was the low levels of oxygen combined with high levels of acidity—resulting from nutritional imbalance—that caused cancer. His hypothesis triggered heated debate in the science world. People who got on board with his theory believed regularly drinking ACV shifts the body’s pH to alkaline, which helps the body kill cancer cells.

    Once again, Dr. Warburg was ahead of his time.

    Acid or alkaline, pH and cancer growth

    Today, a number of leading natural health doctors use pH as a tool in healing—and preventing— cancer. For example, patients with certain cancers shown to grow in an acidic environment are encouraged to consume more leafy green vegetables for a more alkaline body.

    Meanwhile, they’re asked to reduce their consumption of red meat and refined grains and sugars, which acidify the body. It’s a main reason why juicing is so popular in alternative cancer treatment.

    Interestingly, I’ve heard debate among natural health doctors about which cancers flourish in the acidic environment, and which flourish in an alkaline environment. Believe it or not, some doctors believe that certain prostate cancers will continue to grow in an environment that’s too alkaline.

    As with anything though, you can move your pH too far either way and trigger problems when it comes to fighting cancer, or any disease. This is why most natural health doctors don’t recommend juicing as a “stand-alone” treatment for cancer.

    But many natural health doctors will agree that regular juicing of leafy green vegetables and avoiding refined foods is a smart addition to any alternative cancer treatment protocol. And yes, some of them do recommend apple cider vinegar to help cancer patients and people who are fighting other chronic health problems.

    Flood your body with antioxidants
    and balance blood sugar


    What is certain is that ACV and other types of vinegar are good sources of antioxidants. Of course, antioxidants help your body fight off oxidative damage that can trigger normal cells to turn cancerous.

    ACV in particular has quite a few B-vitamins and polyphenols (plant-based antioxidants), such as catechin and caffeic acid. Supplements of both of these are recommended in a number of cancer-fighting supplement protocols.

    Vinegar also helps balance blood sugar, as noted in the Journal of Food Science. This is important, because people with Type-2 diabetes are twice as likely to develop liver or pancreatic cancer. They also run a high risk of developing colon, bladder, or breast cancer.

    The acetic acid found in ACV also appears to help weaken bacteria in the body. And the acetic acid found in ACV may also directly kill certain kinds of bacteria benefiting your overall immune health. This is especially important for anyone undergoing alternative or conventional cancer treatment.

    Other benefits to ACV include improving weight loss, lowering bad cholesterol (LDL) and increasing good cholesterol (HDL). ACV also helps with overall digestion, probably due to the natural probiotics inside the “mother”.

    ACV every day keeps the doctor away

    At the end of the day, apple cider vinegar is a safe and beneficial supplement for almost everybody. It’s no cure-all, and it’s not a substitute for a healthy lifestyle, but when used as a nutritional supplement ACV does offer health benefits that can help all of us.

    The best results from ACV occur from daily intake. Two tablespoons a day is a general recommendation for health maintenance. Some folks like to drink it hot, mixed with honey and water—it is vinegar after all so it has a strong, tart taste.

    Others recommend mixing it with seltzer water and a squeeze of lemon. Still others add ACV to smoothies or vegetable and fruit juices.

    Two considerations: The acid in AVC can erode your tooth enamel. If you decide to drink it regularly, I’d do it with a straw or rinse your mouth out with water afterwards. And if you struggle with acid reflux, ACV might aggravate your condition, so try substantially diluting it with water before drinking.

    Finally, if you have any kind of chronic kidney disease, use ACV sparingly or under the observation of a natural health doctor, because the
    acetic acid can cause an extra burden on your kidneys.
     
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    Ack, I need to start eating bacon and eggs again. I think not eating meat or enough protein messed me up. I’ve never felt this crappy. Thankfully I at least have organic eggs in the house from a local farm! Nut butter has some fat, but I think the animal protein is needed too.
    Thanks, Jimi. :hug:
     
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    You’re not kidding. Even a few years ago I wouldn’t have believed half of the crazy shit that goes down now. :smh: And the stuff going on with vaping just adds to all of this nuttiness.

    I never thought the govt would really go this far risking lives by actively lying about the health risks of 5G or even smoking. AFU.
     
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    I’ve got some Resveratrol but I haven’t taken it in a while. Have you ever taken it, Jimi?
     
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    Oops, Dale put one over on me. I thought you posted this! :giggle:
     
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    Door Number Two, please. Lol
     
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    Yes, IMHO, unless there's a health issue preventing it, one should have some form of meat twice a week, preferably a clean fish or "true" free range poultry.
     
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    Sadly the government don't care about our lives, just the wealthy and most of all their money;)
     
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    Yes I have, and the french grape seed extract is the very best I have ever seen
     
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    Afaik, the meat I get through Local Harvest is clean. I can get good pork, bacon and beef, plus chicken. Fish I’m not sure about anymore. Fukushima and pollution, and plastics in the oceans, turned me off big time. And salmon was our favorite fish. :cry:
     
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    I’ll have to look for that. I’m almost out of mine. Did Dale mention a brand? Or which do you use?
     
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    I would stay away from pork;) and limit your beef. I love Salmon too but won't eat it anymore;), haven't for 15 years:( but I do fish and we catch nice clean fish from a few local rock quarries;)
     
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    I think there is only one brand that makes the French Grape Seed Extract, I don't remember the brand, I got mine at a local health food store that changed hands and quit having half the stuff they use to:mad:, you might try googling french grape seed extract, it's starting to get popular.
     
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    In today’s world, the medical community is playing catch-up. Rather than helping people avoid the development of chronic disease, most doctors manage chronic disease using pharmaceutical medications.

    And as we all know, pharmaceutical medications are necessary in a small percentage of all cases, but lifestyle change is dramatically more effective in most cases.

    Now here’s the question of the day – can small changes make a big difference?

    Great question. We’ve been asking ourselves that question for years, and after helping thousands of people transform their metabolic health, we’ve discovered that even SMALL changes can make a BIG difference.

    To improve your diabetes health…

    • You don’t have to run a marathon.
    • You don’t have to intermittent fast for the next 6 months.
    • You don’t have to give up meat, fish, and eggs overnight.

    Here are 5 small changes that you can make today, that are guaranteed to make you more insulin sensitive immediately:

    Small change #1: Walk for 10 minutes after each meal

    When you’re done eating a meal, simply put on some comfortable shoes, go outside, and walk for 10 minutes. You don’t have to walk fast or even break a sweat! Simply move your legs, get your blood flowing, and watch as your blood glucose control improves.

    Small change #2: Eat 3 more raw vegetables every day

    Your mom was right, vegetables are good for you.

    If you want to improve your insulin sensitivity, simply add 3 more raw vegetables to your diet on a daily basis. It doesn’t matter what they are – just choose green leafy vegetables (our favorite) or non-starchy vegetables like cucumbers, broccoli, or cauliflower.

    When you eat raw vegetables, you increase your micronutrient intake dramatically, and these vitamins, minerals, water, fiber, antioxidants, and phytochemicals to to work to reduce inflammation in many tissues in your body.

    Small change #3: Snack on 3 fruits every day.

    As convenient as Oreos and Snickers bars are, we would argue that bananas and mangoes are even more convenient.

    In case you haven’t figured it out yet, we LOVE fruit. It tastes great, it’s energizing, and research shows that people who eat more fruit get better blood glucose control, lose weight more predictably, and reduce their cholesterol brilliantly.

    Simply add 3 fruits to your diet every day, and watch as less nutrient-dense foods get displaced.

    Small change #4: Drink 16 ounces more water every day.

    Drinking water is one of the simplest and most effective things that you can do to stay hydrated and feeling energized. When you are hydrated, thousands of biochemical reactions in your body improve, and as a general rule, tissues are able to uptake and secrete nutrients effectively.

    Staying hydrated is super easy – you just have to remember to do it!

    Small change #5: Walk for 10 minutes after each meal.

    Did we mention this in #1 earlier? Of course we did! Why? Because it’s amazingly effective and is very easy to do.

    When you’re done eating a meal, simply put on some comfortable shoes, go outside, and walk for 10 minutes. You don’t have to walk fast or even break a sweat! Simply move your legs, get your blood flowing, and watch as your blood glucose control improves.

    Now it’s your turn.

    Before the end of the day, do your best to perform 1 of these actions and pay attention to how much of a difference it makes!
     
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    “Time and time again, throughout the history of medical practice, what was once considered as "scientific" eventually becomes regarded as "bad practice".”
     
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    Today's Health Thought:

    “You spend your TIME to make a DIME. You lose your HEALTH to make your WEALTH, but at the end it is FUNNY because you leave back all your MONEY.”
     
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    My name is Miss Somebody from Nigeria and I’m writing to tell you that you’ve won 250 million dollars in a lottery. To claim your prize, just send me 500 freshly caught clean fish! Zephyr has a lot to answer for with that scam baiting video! Lol
     
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    Aww. :hug::hug:
     
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    I haven't tried it, but I like dark skinned grapes tho....:D
     
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    :giggle::giggle::giggle: I need that, thank you my friend:hug::giggle::giggle::giggle:
     
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