Boosting your immune system

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Boosting your immune system

Postby Judith » Wed Oct 23, 2013 4:54 pm

Boosting your immune system through diet and the alkaline way of eating-a good way to start:
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Re: Boosting your immune system & enjoying it!

Postby Judith » Sat Jan 18, 2014 6:19 pm

Ross Bridgeford’s recipes are always good, and his words are a truly right on-message for those of us wanting to keep our bodies alkaline, avoiding further visits from what some people call the Big C, and I call elsewhere on this site The Emperor- living with cancer cells in our bodies every day like everybody else is fine, as long as they are not tempted to stay and multiply in an acid environment...
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This Tuscan bean soup’s great for warming you up when spring seems sometimes temptingly near but—not quite—so we’ll have to wait a bit at least in this part of Europe...(and have something raw on the side, maybe some raw crackers, to balance it out a bit)-this is a version of a traditonal Tuscan recipe- they were called 'the bean eaters' by 'outsiders'-ie people in other parts of Italy...
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Re: Boosting your immune system

Postby Judith » Fri Oct 07, 2016 5:40 pm

Turmeric root is wonderful and needs black pepper to activate it: try it in one of your Nutribullet smoothies, or your juices...

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Turmeric is one of the most thoroughly researched plants in existence today, and we've posted pictures of the beautiful plant on the site....it's the ROOT that is the ROOT of its healing power...

Its medicinal properties and components have been the subject of over 5600 peer-reviewed and published biomedical studies.

Given the sheer density of research performed on this remarkable plant, it's no wonder that a growing number of studies have concluded that it compares favorably to the leading pharmaceutical drugs used to treat many different conditions, including high cholesterol, eye diseases, depression, stroke and heart attack prevention, pain and other inflammatory afflictions, diabetes, and cancer.

How can one little root do so much?

Most researchers agree that the turmeric’s profound healing abilities can
be traced to its powerful anti-inflammatory action. ( Vital for cansurvivors, as inflammation is always in there somewhere..) For a long time,
the component curcumin was given all the credit for this activity, but it
seems like turmeric has a lot of other tricks up its sleeve.

Full-spectrum turmeric (as opposed to an isolated curcumin extract) is especially effective because it operates by both mechanisms of anti-inflammatory action.

Most anti-inflammatory foods and substances operate in one of the following ways: they neutralize inflammation-causing free radicals in the body with a flood of antioxidants, or they stop the body from producing the chemicals that initiate inflammation in the first place (this is how aspirin and most over-the-counter pain medications works).

But turmeric combats inflammation through both of these mechanisms simultaneously. Its multi-pronged approach allows it to work wonders for aches, pains, and arthritis (by stopping inflammation at the source), while also strongly supporting the immune system with antioxidants.

In fact, turmeric isn’t just packed with antioxidants—it also stimulates the body’s production of its own four most powerful antioxidant enzymes, namely superoxide dismutase, glutathione, glutathione reductase, and glutathione-S-transferase.

And because nearly all diseases and ailments can be traced back to inflammation and oxidative stress…it seem like there’s almost nothing that turmeric can’t heal. You can grow the pant outside in temperate countries and it is beautiful...see our Tweets...

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