Healing Your Lungs

Healing Your Lungs

Our Lungs ~ Healing Miracles

Nearly all this year, my husband has had a dry cough that just wouldn’t go away. But he’s actually had an occasional little cough for years.

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GO ALKALINE!

GO ALKALINE!

Alkaline Balance Can Help Fight Viruses


Viruses and bacteria thrive in an acidic environment. Keeping your pH in the slightly alkaline range of 7.3 85- 7.4 can reduce the risk and lessen the severity of bouts of viruses.

A diet that is dominant in acid-forming foods (meat, dairy, grains, sweets, coffee, alcohol, sodas, fried foods, and junk food) is a significant contributing factor to chronic inflammation and bouts with viruses. Excess acid-forming foods, drinks, and lifestyle put stress on your digestive system and leads to chronic inflammation.  When the acid gets too high in your bloodstream, Other things happen. Inflammation impacts your joints, arteries, and fat cells.  Your body will hang onto fat cells for storage and you won’t be able to lose weight.

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Surprising New Info on the Virus

Surprising New Info on the Virus

Surprising New Info on the Virus

“According to Nobel-prize-winning scientist Michael Levitt, the rate of SARS-CoV-2 mortality never experienced exponential growth, as was predicted, which suggests a majority of people may have had some sort of prior resistance or immunity. He believes that both some degree of prior immunity and large numbers of asymptomatic cases are important factors. He describes indiscriminate lockdown measures as ‘a huge mistake,’ and advocates a ‘smart lockdown’ policy, focused on … protecting elderly people.”

A study published on May 14, 2020, in the journal Cell, found 40% to 60% of people who had not been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 still had resistance to the virus on the T-cell level. According to the authors, this suggests there’s “cross-reactive” T cell recognition between circulating ‘common cold’ coronaviruses and SARS-CoV-2. In other words, exposure to coronaviruses that cause the common cold appears to allow your immune system to recognize and fight off SARS-CoV-2 as well. Professor Karl Friston, another statistician whose expertise is in mathematical modeling, believes resistance or prior immunity could be as high as 80%.1

1 – For more information, see Dr. Mercola: click here.

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Yummy Dehydrated Recipes

Yummy Dehydrated Recipes

When you dehydrate foods, you don’t kill the life in the food.

It’s a similar process to baking but at a much lower temperature (105 to 118 degrees). Dehydrators provide a gentle heat giving food crispness and high flavor while preserving nutritional value.

You can even make crackers and breads that are live and nutritious. You can also make snacks and foods in bulk and store them for later. If stored correctly, they can last for months to years depending on the food.

Here are some tips for making the best dehydrated foods ever:

1.    Marinating many veggies gives them delicious flavor. From kale chips to potato chips, you can marinate your foods for delicious snacks.
2.   Slice your veggies thin. For example, if you slice a tomato thinly, you can add Italian seasoning and a basil leaf and you have little “mini pizzas.”
3.   Get dehydrator sheets. Investing in Parallax sheets is important because if you don’t, cracker batter and marinades drip right through the trays. In fact, you simply can’t do crackers and bread without them.
4.   Dehydration times vary greatly depending on the item and the moisture in the air. But you don’t need to get a dehydrator with a timer. You can’t over dehydrate. You won’t burn anything. It’s not like baking. The important thing is to dehydrate long enough so that your foods are crisp.
5.   Set your temperature at 118 degrees or below to preserve the nutrients.
6.   Rotate your trays. Even the best dehydrators won’t dehydrate perfectly even. So move the bottom trays to the top. Also, when you are about halfway through the dehydrating process, you can remove the Parallax sheets if you want to speed up the dehydration time.
7.   Get a dehydrator with square trays. The round trays aren’t good for crackers and bread. You can spread the batter across the sheet and score. You can’t do that with round trays.

For great dehydrated recipes, see The Juice Lady’s Turbo Diet 
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Zantac in the News

Zantac in the News

Zantac Taken Off Shelves

At the beginning of April, the Food and Drug Administration announced that all Zantac products and generic versions of the heartburn medication should be taken off pharmacy shelves immediately.

This includes prescription and over-the-counter forms of the antacid. The move comes after months of investigation into certain lots of ranitidine that were found to contain trace amounts of a contaminant called N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA).

The World Health Organization has classified the contaminant as a “probable human carcinogen.”

HOW TO HEAL GERD AND HEARTBURN NATURALLY

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A Liver Cleanse Could Help Reduce Your Waistline.

A Liver Cleanse Could Help Reduce Your Waistline.

A Sluggish Liver Hinders Weight Loss

Have you ever wondered why you lose just so much weight and then it stops or you can never quite kick it off to start with?  It could be a sluggish liver holding you back.

Your liver is a major fat-burning organ as well as the organ that generates ketones used for energy. It also synthesizes fatty acids, triglycerides, phospholipids and cholesterol that are incorporated into lipoproteins for distribution throughout your body. Your liver uses cholesterol and phospholipids to make bile that aids in dietary fat digestion and absorption in your small intestine. Vitamins and iron are stored in your liver.

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Wild Green Detox

Wild Green Detox

Wild Foods and Liver Detoxification

Wild herbs are poking their heads through the ground, and some are up waving at the sky. Wild grown greens and herbs offer us some of the most cleansing, medicinal, and nutrient-dense foods we could find.

And they are free!
Here are some characteristics of wild foods:

  • They are organic, clean, resilient, resistant to diseases, and nutrient and antioxidant-rich.
  • They are often grown in rich soils and have greater access to and quality of nutrients
  • They come in a variety of species and offer a wide variety of nutrients.
  • They have a diversity of flavor—bitter, pungent, sour, bland, sweet, and salty.
  • They are time-tested—wild plants have been used for thousands of years.
  • They have enzyme systems and mechanisms for optimal digestion.
  • Our human genome (inherited genetic information) is responsive to wild foods.
  • They follow cycles and rhythms of nature, like our bodies.
  • They cleanse and nourish our bodies and support optimal health.
  • Specific plants cleanse and support specific organs.
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